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Rubinrot by Kerstin Gier
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Reading Progress

April 25, 2011 – Shelved
April 25, 2011 – Shelved as: young-adult-fiction
April 25, 2011 – Shelved as: urban-fantasy-paranormal
May 4, 2011 – Started Reading
May 4, 2011 –
page 280
81.63% "It's quite entertaining and will result in a 3-star-rating, but not in my reading the sequels ..."
May 4, 2011 – Shelved as: read-2011
May 4, 2011 – Shelved as: swapped-or-given-away
May 4, 2011 – Shelved as: historical-fiction
May 4, 2011 – Finished Reading
June 22, 2012 – Shelved as: love-story-romance
February 10, 2013 – Shelved as: german-originals

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message 1: by Arlene (new)

Arlene Is this book written in English or German? I see other Bookers that I know don't speak German have this on their TBR, so just curious... :)


message 2: by Arlene (new)

Arlene Scratch that question... My brain was turned off for a bit... They have another edition listed. :P


oliviasbooks It's one written originally in German for a change ...


Miss Bookiverse Will you review? Did you actually finish it? ;)


oliviasbooks Yes, I finished it. It was quite entertaining. Janina said "fluffy". I think she is right. Cute, juvenile, pleasant. I had understood the mystery concerning Gwen being the one after reading the prologue = everything is VERY predictable. Plus: The added title hints at love. There wasn't even romance. A tiny crush maybe.


Miss Bookiverse I agree, it's very predictable and the subtitle is a little misleading (the love story grows in the sequels though). I really liked this one though because it was told in a fresh, cheeky voice and all in all a lot of fun with cute, likable characters. Actually I'd like to urge you to go for Saphirblau because there a new character is introduced (a little stone dragon) that constantly made me smile and giggle with its comments :)


oliviasbooks That Stone-Dragon-Wasserspeier-subplot sounds promising, but I don't think I will pick up Saphirblau (Liebe geht durch alle Zeiten, #2) by Kerstin Gier. Maybe if my TBR pile drops below 5 and there is someone throwing the book at me.


Miss Bookiverse Okay, I give up, I tried my best ;)


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