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Publisher's Summary

Frisch verliebt in die Vergangenheit, das ist keine gute Idee. Das findet zumindest Gwendolyn, 16 Jahre alt, frisch gebackene Zeitreisende. Schließlich haben sie und Gideon ganz andere Probleme. Zum Beispiel die Welt zu retten. Oder Menuett-Tanzen zu lernen. (Beides wirklich nicht einfach!) Als Gideon dann auch noch anfängt, sich völlig rätselhaft zu benehmen, wird Gwendolyn klar, dass sie schleunigst ihre Hormone in den Griff bekommen muss. Denn sonst wird das nichts mit der Liebe zwischen den Zeiten.
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5 out of 5 stars
By patjhc on 10-05-14

Fun German language edition book

What did you love best about Saphirblau (Liebe geht durch alle Zeiten 2)?

1. It was read in the original language of the author. That's a plus because a lot of the sophisticated and witty humor is sometimes not that easily translated. Generally speaking, I think all of Kerstin Gier's books should also be offered in the German edition format for the native speakers or those who want to get a better "feel" for the language itself.
2. It's part 2 of a trilogy series. Unfortunately, this second book seems to the only one available in German. This is quite unfortunate for someone who wants to hear the book in the original language.
3. It's easy and entertaining reading. The book seems to be mainly geared towards young adults.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Saphirblau (Liebe geht durch alle Zeiten 2)?

There were quite a few. It would be easier to understand the storyline if I had read the first book first. But re: this book, let's say this: Gwen, the main character, apparently can see things that other people can't. This makes for some amusing interactions taking place.

Which character – as performed by Maria Ehrich and Josefine Preuß – was your favorite?

Definitely Gwen.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Magical and funny

Any additional comments?

Please offer the other two books of the trilogy ("Rubinrot" and "Smaragdgrün"?) as German edition audiobooks.

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