I found this book to be very charming. The author did an excellent job of continuing in the tone of L Montgomery. It was so much fun to meet Anne before she came to Green Gables and to get to know her and understand where she was coming from. The narrator did an incredible job. I enjoyed it so much, I bought the hard cover to add to my collection, and recommended it to all my Anne friends.
I bought this one two years ago and loved it. In an attempt to be frugal, I'm trying to re-listen to the books in my library. Some were good the first time, but a chore the second time through. Rhett Butler's People was so entertaining, it was like listening to it for the first time. Great, great book, even if your not familiar with Gone With The Wind.
I really enjoyed this book, the way it was written and the story. The story itself is a sad one, but captivating all the same. And the manner in which its told, each character taking turns sharing the events from their perspective, was interesting. I also enjoyed the narration. She did a great job, and her southern accent lent itself to the characters perfectly.
This book had an interesting account of events as hoped for. That part was interesting. However, the author seems to carry a huge chip on his shoulder decades after the events. Over all the educational value was lost, buried in the racial venting of the author.
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