I love that you really don't know what is going on, just like Gwendolyn. I love the concept of time travel and that it is uncontrolled without the chronograph.This has become my favourite teen fiction trilogies. I love that Gwendolyn is so ordinary and that Gideon is so dreamy. The character that steals the show is the gargoyl.
My favourite part is the end where Gideon kisses Gwendolyn.
My favourite character is the gargoyl. I can't remembr how to spell his name.
I laughed and though I didn't cry tears, I cryied out in frustration a few times.
I've read the whole series in German and can't wait for the English version. The movie comes out in fall of 2013 (in German but the trailer looks so cool).
I've finished the whole series and can say that they are all quite fun, well written, and interesting. The author handles time travel in a very intelligent and unique way so you're not spending too much time in your head working out the paradoxes. The rest of the plot isn't groundbreaking, but its sense of humor and well-balanced romance make it a worthwhile listen. It's very British and the romance scenes are fairly chaste so it's a good listen for most ages.
I was having trouble wanting to pick this book up and read it, but since I own the series, I figured it was worth a try on audio. Although it's. It anything I'll read again, I will listen to the next book. I like Charlotte 's character and her sassiest. I hope the series gets better.
Beautiful writing, interesting story, great reading performance, and I love the characters! And most of all, I love the character development and the stuff Gwyneth gets herself into XD 5 stars. 10 if I could.
Okay, it's a young adult book ---- but I'm not proud. Okay, it's not a whole story: it's the prologue for the other two books of the trilogy.
But I'm having fits finding sleep books that are not boring, or too exciting, or too violent, and this keeps my interest (till I drift off to sleep) without upsetting me and waking me up. And that's hard to find, without going to Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. So I recommend this audiobook and am about to buy the second one, Sapphire Blue.
This book is NOT a stand alone story. The so-called trilogy is just one story broken into three books for more profit. BOO!
That said, I like the story, and the narrator. It would have been lovely as a single book.
I loved the readers expressive voice and the story kept my attention from the begining. this is the quickest I have listened to a book in months.
It is an easy listen and I wasnt worried when my kids came in the room.