By April Daley
February 22, 2012 at 04:24 PM EST

Are there truly always two sides to every story? New York Times best-selling author Ellen Hopkins seems to think so.

In her upcoming YA novel Tilt (out Sept. 11) Hopkins takes the interwoven lives of three mothers from her adult novel Triangles and tells their stories from another point of view: their children’s. The free verse narrative follows three teens, Mikayla, Shane, and Harley, as they navigate first loves, friendships, and their parents’ meltdowns.

For fans of Hopkins’ books, EW has the first look at Tilt! Check out the cover below:

You can’t see it here, but the actual cover will be holographic and change colors when you “tilt” it. What do you think? Any fans of Crank and Triangles excited for Hopkins’ new book?

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