Köp böcker av Kerstin Gier: Safirblå; Dream on; Emerald Green Rubinrot – Liebe geht durch alle Zeiten. av Kerstin Gier. Häftad, Tyska, Katharina Schöde (screenplay), Kerstin Gier (novel) Maria Ehrich and Jannis Niewöhner in Rubinrot () Maria Ehrich and Laura Berlin in Rubinrot (). Title: Ruby Red (original title Rubinrot – Liebe geht durch alle Zeiten). Author: Kerstin Gier. Genre: Fantasy, Speculative Fiction, Historical.

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Manchmal ist es ein echtes Kreuz, in einer Familie zu leben, die jede Menge Geheimnisse hat. Bis sie sich eines Tages aus heiterem Himmel im London um die letzte Jahrhundertwende wiederfindet. Was ihr dagegen nicht klar ist: Dass man Manchmal ist es ein echtes Kreuz, in einer Familie zu leben, die jede Menge Geheimnisse hat.

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Is this book appropriate for young teens? I have not read it yet.

I’ve read reviews kerstln it rubinrkt say it is more of a younger teens book around Lina Yes it is! I read it when I was 18, it might be a light read when you are older but entertaining nonetheless! See all 33 questions about Rubinrot…. Lists with This Book. I’ll be uploading my review to gief YouTube channel abookutopia!! View all 24 comments. So it’s the 27th now, and I’m ready to write my review. The first thing that should be apparent is that I loved this book.

I recommend it to all! Now, let’s break it up. One of the main reasons I loved this book was because it was constantly exciting. The plot kept up at a grea Review to come. I never found myself thinking “I wish this would speed up! Also, the whole concept of this world is so cool that I didn’t mind slowing down for a while to know more about it! Plot gets top marks for constantly keeping rubinrpt intrigued! Like, I have honestly not laughed out loud at a book for what feels rubinrpt a year and this book had me bursting out at laughter, with tears in my eyes, like five times!

I love characters in books. They are the vessel through which the plot and world impact us. You can have a fantastic world but terrible characters and the book will be ruined.


I was so lucky in this book that not only did I have a thrilling plot, but I also sad home of the best characters I’ve read in a while!

One of the reasons that I don’t like supernatural books, and this does have some supernaturalish aspects, is because the characters are usually so fake. They are in the world for maybe 2 days and BAM! They totally get it, fear nothing, understand all.

The main character grows up around this world, but she’s never gubinrot in the know about it. And when she IS thrust into it she reacts in exactly the same way I would actually believe a person to act!

She’s scared, and frustrated, and excited! She acts kind of “dorky” about it, because it’s so new to her! I thought it was so refreshing to have a character that admits eubinrot she doesn’t understand her surroundings but that she’s willing to give it a shot! She also had some really great moments where she took chances and was brave, and I really liked it.

The other characters, although less developed, were also great. Her mother has a big role, which I love in YA novels because parents do exist!

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She also has a best friend who I really really loved. She isn’t in on this time travelling world, but helps the main character as much as she can! They spend a lot of time looking things up on Google which I truly appreciated how many times has a character in a book been confused and you know it could all be solved if they just went to the internet?!

Overall, characters were fantastic! Finally, I want to talk about theme. Because honestly, ruhinrot wasn’t one. However, in this book, it just didn’t need it. There are obviously some small ideas, being brave and taking chances, but that was okay. I enjoyed this book for the thrill ride that it was! It was an honest, exciting, fun book that kept me up until way past when I should have been asleep. This is the first book I’ve read where I knew that it was translated.

I have probably read other books that are translated but I didn’t know that while reading! While I was reading I kept it in the back of my mind, but honestly, I didn’t really notice anything! There were a couple times, admittedly, where some words were a bit too highbrow to seem natural, as if I doubted that the author had actually chosen THAT stuffy word and that the translator had not been able to find an easier translation and had had to use the “proper” kerstiin.

Like, there was a moment when someone asked something mundane and the person answered “My day was outstanding! However, this only happened like four times and it was never distracting or unsettling.

It was just a thing. I’ll be getting my hands on the second book, Sapphire Blue, as soon as rubinrit, and I hope it lives up to Ruby Red! View all 19 comments. Because there’s nothing terribly wrong with Ruby Red other than the fact that it feels very young and immature.


I think I would have loved this about 10 years ago, but now the silliness and mental age of the narrator is off-putting. The characters are in their mid-to-late teens but all of dubinrot feel like middle school kids.

Take these two early scenes: Mr Whitman took Gordon’s test back from him, turned a page, and read out, “Elizabeth I was so ugly that she couldn’t get a husband.

So everyone called her the Ugly Virgin. With a name like Pympoole-Bothame, how would he ever have found a wife? View all 17 comments.

It’s funny, it’s witty, it’s super surprising and clever. If I need something to cheer me up I just know that the Precious Stone trilogy is the right thing to read.

I just flip kwrstin the pages and hours go by unnoticed. Which is why it’s one of my favourites. Kerstin Gier’s humour is laugh-out-loud material, her characters are exciting, cute, brave, and often very adorable. It never once gets boring with them. I’ve read and listenend to these books multiple times and I will do it again and again in future. Find more of my merstin on Instagram View all 20 comments. So I wanted to tell you guys that maybe I won’t be as active as I used to. I usually checked Goodreads like 3 or 4 times in a day but since I’ve been pretty busy with college and assignments, maybe I’ll just check it once or twice at the most in a day and I promise to reply the comments kersttin the ketstin as soon as possible.

Now, Let’s talk about this book! Actually, this book has everything that I like to read. This book failed me. To be honest, it’s confusing and the plot was boring.

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I started to feet bored reading it when I read around 50 pages but I kept reading and the only reason I did that because I was waiting for the problem or something to happen and when I reached pageI honestly did not have any patience anymore.

The characters talked too much and I kind of understood the story but then I kind of did not at the same time. It was confusing and I also lost my interest in reading it. I hate the way he talked to Gwyneth. I got the impression that he underestimated her or thought she was stupid? Who kersfin fuck does he think he is?

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