“Sapphire Blue (Ruby Red Trilogy #2)” by Kerstin Gier
Genre: Young Adult Fiction, Fantasy
Summary from Goodreads:
This book was entertaining but definitely felt like a middle of a trilogy book. I just didn’t see as much progress as I would have liked. Gwen still doesn’t know what’s going on. People still don’t trust her enough to tell her what’s going on. Charlotte is still being unbearably horrible. Gideon is still being unbelievably confusing. Lesley was still a great help and friend in this book which I loved. Xemerius could be very helpful when he wasn’t being horribly annoying.
I’m not normally a fan of reckless behavior but I kind of enjoyed Gwen and her attitude about being sent back in time. Why should she have to follow their rules if they aren’t going to tell her what’s going on or why she’s so important? Let the girl have some fun! I do hope the foolishness works out in her favor though.
There really wasn’t enough explanation for what was going on in the story for me. These very important plans were going on but we were left in the dark about everything. I would have loved to have a few hints at what is to come. We were just kind of shuffled from book 1 to book 3. I’m really hoping Emerald Green answers all of my questions. It’s going have some big shoes to fill.
The bottom line? Fun book but many loose ends.