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Rubi Pertencer A Uma Fam Lia Cheia De Segredos N O F Cil, Ou Pelo Menos O Que Pensa Gwendolyn Sheperd, De Anos At Que Um Dia Se V Em Londres Do Final Do S Culo Passado E Se Apercebe De Que Ela Pr Pria O Maior Segredo Da Fam Lia Do Que Gwendolyn N O Se Apercebera Que Apaixonar Se Quando Se Est Presa Num Tempo Diferente N O Nada Boa Ideia Tudo Se Pode Complicar

About the Author: Kerstin Gier

Kerstin Gier is the bestselling author of the Ruby Red trilogy, as well as several popular novels for adults.

10 thoughts on “Rubi

  1. says:

    I ll be uploading my review to my YouTube channel abookutopia I review both the book the movie.Loved this book I ll be uploading my review to my YouTube channel abookutopia I review both the book the movie.Loved this book

  2. says:

    Ready for the next adventure, Princess Ready when you are, she said softly.It s no secret that I m a huge Kerstin Gier fan and to be honest my main motivation to reread this book was to make sure thatpeople become aware of it At the beginning of the year I made 2020 my German speaking Authors Year and decided to give a special shout out to rather unknown German Austrian authors that write great books Well, Kerstin Gier certa

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    Review to come. It s 2 42am THIS DARNED GREAT BOOK MADE ME STAY UP SO LATE ____________Okay 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 gave it 5 5 stars, and it kept me up into the ridiculous hours of the night on both of the days that I read it I recommend it to all Now, let s break it up.Firstly, plot One of the main reasons I loved this book was beca

  4. says:

    DNF 25%Consider checking out Tatiana s review before reading this book, as I should have done 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 them feel like middle school kids Take these two early scene

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    If we were in a film, the villain would turn out to be the least expected person But as we aren t in a film, I d go for the character who tried to strangle you I just love this trilogy 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 through the pages and hours go by unnoticed Which is why it s one of my favourites The pl

  6. says:

    DNF 177THE REVIEW IS POSTEDBefore I start reviewing this book, I just wanted to say sorry for not replying the comments earlier because college has been pretty hectic and I m kind of in stressful situation right now and I AM CURRENTLY SUFFERING FROM READING SLUMP and I think it s because of this book 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 prett

  7. says:

    4 SOLID STARSFull review to come 4 SOLID STARSFull review to come

  8. says:

    I knew Ruby Red wouldn t be quite my type of YA lit after reading first couple of pages of it Even though the main character, Gwyneth, is 16 going on 17, she sounds about 12 Naturally, a quick decision maker that I am, I made up my mind to drop it right after finishing chapter 1 After finishing chapter 1 I decided to drop it after chapter 2, and so it wentGwyneth is a member of the family of time travelers Every other generation or so her family produces a girl who

  9. says:

    I had so much fun reading this book I love the narrator I just posted my booktalk discussion D I had so much fun reading this book I love the narrator I just posted my booktalk discussion D

  10. says:

    Sometimes I really wonder what young adults see in certain young adult books This series has pretty good ratings but I just don t see it I was so bored for the first eighty percent of the book I felt as if I had no idea who this heroine really was I don t even think it says how old she is until late in the book, which left me feeling a little off about her character Since each year makes a big difference when it comes to teens, not knowing if she was twelve or seventeen was weird

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