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"L.M. Montgomery fans will be delighted by Barbara Caruso's narration of the fifth volume in the series." (School Library Journal)
This was a delight -- the only drawback seemed to be the mispronunciation of several words; of particular annoyance was any reference to Gog & Magog, as the narrator kept pronouncing Magog as "Mā-gog" rather than "Mah-gog"... other than that distraction, was extremely pleased.
The narrator does a really good job on all of the characters.
The story was better than "Anne of Windy Poplars" and as good as the more widely known first three books in the series.
I love all things Anne. And Barbara Caruso's performance only enhances my love. She is a fantastic narrator!
Can't hear you....I'm reading!!
I will always love L.M. Montgomery's Anne books. She is like an old friend you visit once in awhile. She brings you back to innocent times where values were treasured. Times where you actually sit and talk to people to get to know them and cherish them. What a great book! However, I do wish the book went into depths with the relationship of Anne and Gilbert. But all in all a good read!
I have always like the Anne of Green Gables and wanted to check out the rest of the series. I like Barbara Caruso's reading, so yes I would listen again.
Anne of Green Gables. I liked the first few more, but I am more familiar with them then the latter part of the series.
They already have made movies.
None at this time.
I love Anne of Green Gables the best, but it was nice to finally see Anne and Gilbert married and starting their life together.
Anne was still my favorite.
Barbara did well with the voices of the various characters.
It's hard to say without giving away part of the book, but the death of the "White Lady."
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