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text 2019-08-08 12:42
Important things to know about Red Ruby and Blue Sapphire

Ruby Stone

Ruby Stone is also known as Mainik in hindi, it is dark pink in color and is associated to the Sun in Astrology. Sun is the most evident celestial body is the Solar System, all the planets revolve around it and hence Ruby is also known as the king of gemstones.

 

Ruby Stone is wore both for aesthetic and astrological purpose, celebrities prefer wearing it to social gatherings over diamonds.

Here are some advantages of Ruby-

1) It helps the wearer become a good leader.

2) The wearer observes a new level of confidence.

3) The red color of the Ruby symbolizes love; the wearer becomes more loving, caring, warm hearted and compassionate.

Blue Sapphire

The blue sapphire is one of the most powerful and precious gemstone which is also known as Neelam Stone, it reflects the power and energy of the planet, Saturn. The blue sapphire is the compatible birthstone of Capricorn for the people born in the month of September.

Neelam Stone is worn for the happiness, prosperity, and success in life with stability in finances and during the period of Saade Saati it is advised by the astrologer to it wear in order to minimize the negative effect.

The blue sapphire should be worn on Saturday only, in the morning after taking the bath between five and six where the best time to wear it is said to be the Shukla paksha. After deciding the day to wear it, just keep it in the cow milk night before for the removal of all negative energy from the stone.

It is touted that wearing the blue sapphire after fixing it in silver ring, brings positive and incredible results. You have to do donations also, like of milk, mustard oil, salt, soap etc.

It is important to be careful from the fraud seller of gemstone as there are many fake gemstone suppliers claiming to sell the genuine birthstone but they do not use to. Buy Blue Sapphire and Ruby from Khanna Gems as they give the certificate of originality along with your all purchases.

 

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review 2016-10-30 06:10
Book Review: Sapphire Blue
Sapphire Blue (The Ruby Red, #2) - Kerstin Gier,Anthea Bell

Book: Sapphire Blue

 

Author: Kerstin Gier

 

Genre: Teen/Sci Fi/Time Travel/Romance

 

Summary: Gwen’s life has been a roller coaster since she discovered she was the Ruby, the final member of the time-traveling Circle of Twelve. When not searching through history for the other time travelers and asking for a bit of their blood (gross!), she’s been trying to figure out what all the mysteries and prophecies surrounding the Circle really mean. It’s not easy when a secret society, a dangerous Count, and her own time-traveling partner, Gideon, are determined to keep her from the truth. Especially since Gwen can’t decide whether Gideon really believes she’s a traitor to the Circle or might actually be on her side - and creeping into her heart. -Square Fish, 2010.

 

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review SPOILER ALERT! 2016-02-14 02:04
Sapphire Blue
Sapphire Blue - Kerstin Gier

I thought this was a good second book to the trilogy. I am not sure where the third and final book is going to go.

 

Gwyn has only known about her ability to time travel for a few days. She starts to go on missions with Gideon. She is trying to establish her new life with her new ability. She also may be starting to fall for Gideon..

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text 2015-10-06 14:37
September Wrap-up!
The Fairy-Tale Detectives - Peter Ferguson,Michael Buckley
The Unusual Suspects - Michael Buckley,Peter Ferguson
Red Queen - Victoria Aveyard
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - Ransom Riggs
Sapphire Blue - Kerstin Gier
Strawberry Shortcake Murder - Joanne Fluke
Diary of a Jackwagon - Tim Hawkins,John Driver,Bubba Watson
My War: A Love Story in Letters and Drawings - Tracy Sugarman
The Wrath and the Dawn - Renee Ahdieh
Owls: Our Most Charming Bird - Matt Sewell

Hello friends! :)

 Here is what I read for the month of September! Also, my apologies for forgetting to write an August Wrap-up. Lets do this:

 

12 books total

 

 

The Sisters' Grimm Series (Books 1 and 2): The Fairy-Tale Detectives, The Unusual Suspects by: Michael Buckley- This is a middle grade fantasy series. It is about two sisters who are descended from the Grimm brothers. Their parents go missing and they are sent to live with their grandmother in a city where all of the fairy-tale characters are forced to live. The girls must solve mysteries in this town in order to find the group that kidnapped their parents. I loved these books. They were quick to read and they were really funny! The plot is well developed but, the characters need work. One in particular is very inconsistent. Other than that, I really enjoyed them. I will be continuing on with this series at a later date!

 

Red Queen by: Victoria Aveyard- I already reviewed this book in a previous post which can be found here. I won't get into all of the details but, this book just didn't live up to my expectations. There wasn't enough originality for me in fact, up until now, I forgot I even read it.

 

Miss. Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by: Ransom Riggs- I also did a review for this book, it can be found here. Once again this book just fell short of my expectations. I didn't like the characters, I didn't like how slow the story moved. This was just the wrong book for me.

 

Sapphire Blue By: Kerstin Gier- There is a review up for this book, found here. I have loved this series so far! Love everything about it! The characters are great and the books are just hilarious!

 

Strawberry Shortcake Murder by: Joanne Fluke- This is book two of the Hannah Swenson mystery series. I love, love, love these books! Humorous, mysterious, addictive. They are always what I go for when I feel like reading a mystery. It's like Nancy Drew but its for grownups!

 

Diary of a Jackwagon by: Tim Hawkins- I received this book in exchange for an honest review. The review can be found here. This is a hilarious book written by a famous christian comedian. It is a collection of some of his skits and it gives a little background information on how he comes up with his skits!

 

My War: A Love story in letters and Drawings by: Tracy Sugarman- This is a nonfiction account of WWII through the letters that an American naval officer wrote to his wife. During his deployment he also painted and drew some of his surroundings. This was a great book! I had never read a first hand account of someone who was involved in the Normandy invasions, it was quite and eye opener!

 

The Wrath and The Dawn by: Renee Ahdieh- This is probably going to be one of my favorite books of the year! I enjoyed it so much! I gave it a five out of five stars! So much mystery and the characters are great, and the plot is absolutely fantastic!

 

Owls: Our Most Charming Bird by: Matt Sewell- I received this book in exchange for and honest review which can found here. This is the cutest book! It has the cutest owl illustrations and witty little descriptions of each owl. It is cheeky and creative!

 

A Heart's Home by: Colleen Coble- I received this book in exchange for an honest review, which can be found here. This turned out to be the continuation of a series, which I wasn't informed of until after it arrived. So, I went in knowing nothing about the character's and I was very confused through most of the book. That caused my rating to be lower than it might have been had I read the whole series previously.

 

The Importance of Being Earnest by: Oscar Wilde- This was a fantastic book! I had to read it for school, and I think it is probably the funniest book I have ever read for school. I would compare the humor in this to the humor in Jane Austen's books. Jane Austen's comedy mostly focuses on manners in a much more subtle way, whereas Wilde blatantly pokes fun at the manners represented in both his time period, as well as his own social class. Phenomenal read!

 

 

Thank you so much for reading this Wrap-up! I love writing these because, I like looking back at what I read each month and bringing back all of the feelings associated with each book.

 

Yours Truly, signing off!

 

Kenzie

 

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review 2015-09-25 03:55
Review: Sapphire Blue by: Kerstin Gier
Sapphire Blue - Kerstin Gier

*I solemnly swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth so help me God*

 

Publishing Information: Henry Holt and Company, LLC, December 2009

 

Safety Rating: PG (There may have been one or two bad words. Suggested for ages...12+)

 

    This is the second book in the Ruby Red Trilogy. I love this series! I love the characters and how they interact. I love the time-travel element it all goes together so well!

     So right of the bad I want to say...Ew! Charlotte gets on my last nerve, she is so rude! And can I please have a read life version of Gideon? He is definitely being added to the Book Boyfriend list! I would say this book is just as good as the first book, no better, no worse! Thanks for reading!

 

Yours Truly, signing off!

 

Kenzie

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