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Kerstin Gier
(cover art by Nadine Littig)
Bastei-Lübbe 2008
€7.99

★★★☆☆

Synopsis (English translation below)*

Was macht Frauen glücklich? Schokolade, die Kraft positive Gedanken oder schöne Schuhe? 494 more words

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Teaser Tuesday #12 (June 30)

It’s Teaser Tuesday time, (a meme hosted by A Daily Rhythm)! To play along, simply open to the page you’re on in the book you’re currently reading and share a ‘teaser’ from it. 147 more words

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Saphirblau (Film)

*Vorsicht: Spoiler für Film und Buch!*

Nach dem ich die Edelstein- Trilogie von Kerstin Gier in einer knappen Woche verschlungen hatte, brannte ich darauf auch die Filme zu sehen. 207 more words

Edelstein - Trilogie

Emerald Green Book Review

Author: Kerstin Gier

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Square Fish

Emerald Green is a very beautiful, well-written conclusion for the Ruby Red trilogy. In the book, all those secrets are revealed and mysteries are unraveled and finally a proper light has been shed to the whole situation that has confirmed the theories that I have from the beginning like Gwyneth’s real parents and the whole fit about the philosopher’s stone and its purpose. 225 more words

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Sapphire Blue Book Review

Author: Kerstin Gier

Format: Paperback

Publisher: Square Fish

This book made me stay up all night and had me at the edge of my seat! A total page-turner and curiosity stirrer, it’s darker that the first one and more intriguing. 399 more words

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Quote of the Day 6/12

“I still have a headache,’ said Charlotte, without looking up from the floor.
‘There, you see?’ Aunt Glenda gave a venomous smile.
‘I have a headache too,’ said Mum. 19 more words

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Die Patin by Kerstin Gier

Die Patin
Kerstin Gier
(cover art by Bianca Sebastian)
Bastei-Lubbe 2006
€7,99
 

★★★★☆

Synopsis (English  translation below)*

Wer sagt denn, dass der Pate immer alt, übergewichtig und männlich sein und mit heiserer Stimme sprechen muss? 438 more words

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