Anne of the Island

By L.M. Montgomery

Anne of the Island - L.M. Montgomery
  • Release Date: 1915-01-01
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4.5
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From 793 Ratings

Description

This is the continuing story of Anne Shirley and the third book in the Anne of Green Gables series. In it Anne attends Redmond College where she is studying for her BA. She has many trials and tribulations along the way, including some romance. In Anne of the Island the reader is also introduced to many new characters, that in the true sense of Anne are also "kindred spirits".

Reviews

  • Wonderful!

    4
    By A-Treeop
    The book was a thrilling experience. Of course, I admit there were some sections in the story that was slower than others, but overall the suspense and curiosity that overwhelmed me while I was reading the story caught me in a web and I couldn’t stop reading the book until the end. This book includes quite a bit more romance than the other ones, but it shows sides of Anne I have never seen before. There are also some grammar errors in the story which caught me off guard, but not so much that they stopped me from continuing reading. (The series and this book is) Highly recommended for those who want to jump into a slow but steady story of a girl’s journey toward womanhood.
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  • Anne Of The Island:

    5
    By Beatriz Campos
    This is one of the most wonderful books of Lucy Maud Montgomery.
  • LOVED IT !!!!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By horses1998
    Probably my favorite book of the series so far, but I've only read the first four so we'll see how I like the others.
  • A lovely conclusion

    5
    By bigmacman
    Maybe the best of the three
  • My favorite "Anne" book!

    5
    By FlagDayMusicGirl
    Out of the whole "Anne" series, this one has always been my favorite. Seeing Anne on the threshold of adulthood, embracing her past while exploring life outside of Avonlea has always resounded with me - I can actually credit it with encouraging me to do the same when I went to college!