Also known as:*Скъпоценни камъни (Bulgarian)*L’amor més enllà del temps ( Catalan)*時空戀人 (Chinese, traditional)*Drahokamy (Czech)*Eindeloos verliefd . Katharina Schöde (screenplay), Kerstin Gier (novel) Maria Ehrich and Laura Berlin in Rubinrot () Maria Ehrich and Jannis Niewöhner in Rubinrot (). 10 Aug Title: Ruby Red (original title Rubinrot – Liebe geht durch alle Zeiten). Author: Kerstin Gier. Genre: Fantasy, Speculative Fiction, Historical.
I decided I was going to take some time to percolate my ideas for this book, but it’s still up in the air what I exactly think. Definitely looking forward to finishing this trilogy! Suddenly Gwyneth is swept up into the institute of “guardians” who were previously training the cousin for their plans. She accommodates Lucy and Paul after their escape in and is the eighth time traveler, known as the Jade gemstone or the Fox. I came so incredibly close to DNF-ing this.
View all 6 comments. Time to watch the movie! Okay harsh I know but she genuinely knows nothing, and can’t even remember a password that she has heard like ten times, “The password? Lavinia is sent away and Alcott and Alastair fight Gideon and Gwyneth.
I have not read it yet. Gideon attended a boarding school in Greenwich, where he was captain of the school’s polo team and is now studying medicine gief the University of London. Even though I have my reservations about it, I know others will just eat this up.
Gwyneth makes sure the chronograph is hidden inside a wall she tore down at the back of her closet, stuffed inside a stuffed animal crocodile, before she falls asleep.
Not only is Gwen really immature but she also really dense. Only they are mistaken and it is Gwyneth who suddenly finds herself in the past. Gwen can enjoy a normal life without all the drama that comes with having the “special” gene. What I didn’t kestin however, were practically all the major characters. She always helped Charlotte who was pretty much arrogant. So much o Sometimes I really wonder what young adults see in certain young adult books. Gwen’s got the gene instead and there is lots of mystery shrouded around why this is.
She grows up believing her birthday was on kdrstin October instead, leading her to think she was not the one to have inherited her family’s time travel gene.
This series has pretty good ratings but I just don’t see it. I will not be continuing this series for very obvious reasons When they traveled back, they told Lucas rubinrpt the murder they witnessed, and are shocked to find it was Count-Saint Germain who murdered Lancelot de Villiers, the first time traveler, and his ancestor.
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” word. It was the first thing that came into my head. I got the impression that he underestimated her or thought she was stupid?
I am so intrigued, and time travel is seriously a lifelong dream of mine. Gwyneth is way out of her league as bits of truth come out and she has to figure out who to trust and who to stop. The two head back to the Temple, and before Gwen disappears, he tells her that the Count had enemies in the Florentine Alliance, that he had private documents not recorded in the Annals, and that reading all twelve of the time traveler’s blood into the chronograph was not the only thing that had to be done in order to reveal its secret.
Gideon comes back and Mr. Dass man Manchmal ist es ein echtes Kreuz, in einer Familie zu leben, die jede Menge Geheimnisse hat. Gideon gets her home while Lesley, Raphael, and Gwyneth go back to Gideon’s apartment to come up with a plan for finding out how to keep the circle from being closed on the second chronograph, and the possibility ksrstin the Count is still living in the present, disguised as someone else.
Nick wakes up and notices Gwen talking to Xemerius about the hidden treasure, and agrees to help out.
Lady Tilney gives her a knitted pig, which Gwyneth later gives to her sister, but does not give her any advice or warnings, much to Gwyneth’s dismay.
I’m going to listen to the next two audiobooks anyway though! It reminds me of setups of other secret societies actually.
Later in the series, Raphael helps Gwyneth and Gideon on their adventures. Words and sentences did not flow together like they should, their were several typos in the first page alone and it felt like I was reading a book aimed at children rather than young adults in the sheer simplicity of the language. Gideon and Gwen leave the soiree to go to the church and back to the present, though Gideon is angry that Gwen had drunk the punch.
The love interest, Rubonrot, was rather stupid and shallow. Merstin love to read more aboud Gwyneth’s supposed magic as well.