Sapphire Blue (Ruby Red Trilogy Series #2)
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View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title The Ruby Red international bestselling trilogy by Kerstin Gier took the world by storm is now available as a beautiful boxed set. And not a cute awkward, like an awkward awkward. Overall, I give Sapphire Blue 4 out of 5 game controllers.
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It hurt my ears or something. Anyway, I'll have to give it another try so I can read this one. It's a fun, easy read and I think middle school through high school aged girls especially will enjoy. Ruby Red would have been good for our "list," but publication timing is off and it's a little longer than our cut-off, but it's such easy reading and not intimidating.
I have never gotten around to reading the third book -- guess I need to! Thanks for stopping by.
Thank you, though! Overall, I enjoyed Sapphire Blue, but our main characters, Gwen and Gideon, were a bit more stereotypical teenagers than in the first installment, and it was a distraction for me. Gideon was all over the place, and it was hard to figure out if he was immature, bipolar, or simply confused.
His actions were hot and cold with Gwen, which almost made it appear he was struggling with himself.