If you have no interest in reading spoilers about the entire series, turn back now. Just X out of here, seriously. Spoiler Alert: Seriously, dude, turn back now if you do not want this series ruined for you. My reading week is finally here and instead of using my reading week to do essays that are due really soon, and catching up on critically important course readings, I decided to read the final book in the Ruby Red series.
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I will say that it gets very cheesy, but sometimes I think you have to look past judgment to really enjoy a book. This books really pulls you in when your at an exiting part, and after even the third time of reading it, I still stay awake This series is not the greatest series out there but it was rather good.
This books really pulls you in when your at an exiting part, and after even the third time of reading it, I still stay awake till 3am obsessively reading. I was pretty disappointed by the ending, being as cheesy as it was, but it was to be expected. I have to deal with the idiots of this world AND a brother already. Madame Rossini always made me smile, as I was reading. Gideon was made out to be the stereotypical perfect guy. How many times on this earth will you stumble across an insanely hansom looking guy, and have him not be a utter jerk?
I just wish authors would stop dreaming up these perfect love interests, because no ones perfect. Any who, for anyone who enjoys fiction, and has a tolerance for romance, I would recommend this book.
It hooked me early but kept on growing third book amazing as did the characters. Even the non main characters were described richly, and I loved some of them such as Madame Roussini.
I generslly do love time-travel books but this one was unique since it in a natural way found a way to combine action, adventure, clues, romance Gideon is kind of dreamy..
Impressed by the authenticity of the eras they traveled to, must have been some serious How I loved this series! Impressed by the authenticity of the eras they traveled to, must have been some serious research made for these books. It left some loose ends such as detailed characters that never got a reason for being in the book I wonder about. Third book got me so hooked I was unable to put it down.
I wish it would have been longer! I miss them now
Emerald Green (Ruby Red Trilogy Series #3)
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The Ruby Red Trilogy: Ruby Red, Sapphire Blue, Emerald Green
Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. September Ruby Red[ edit ] Gwyneth Shepherd, a year-old student, feels dizzy for the first time during lunch at her school in London. Not long after, she unintentionally jumps through time while leaving the house. At first, Gwen is doubtful about her jump in time, since her cousin Charlotte Montrose has always been destined to have inherited the time travel gene that is passed down through the females in their family. Charlotte had been prepared for that duty her whole life, and resents Gwyneth for messing up her life plans. Gwen experiences two more uncontrolled jumps through time, during the third of which she witnesses herself, or a double of hers, kissing a boy she has never met at a ball in the s.