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Anne of the Island



To all the girls, all over the world, who have "wanted more" about ANNE

All precious things discovered late, To those that seek them issue forth, For Love in sequel works with Fate, And draws the veil from hidden worth.--TENNYSON

New adventures lie ahead as Anne Shirley packs her bags, waves good-bye to childhood, and heads for Redmond College. With old friend Prissy Grant waiting in the bustling city of Kingsport and frivolous new pal Philippa Gordon at her side, Anne tucks her memories of rural Avonlea away and discovers life on her own terms, filled with surprises...including a marriage proposal from the worst fellow imaginable, the sale of her very first story, and a tragedy that teaches her a painful lesson. But tears turn to laughter when Anne and her friends move into an old cottage and an ornery black cat steals her heart. Little does Anne know that handsome Gilbert Blythe wants to win her heart, too. Suddenly Anne must decide if she's ready for love... ~ This is the continuing story of Anne Shirley and the third book in the Anne of Green Gables series. As Anne’s childhood friends get married and move away, Anne too leaves Prince Edward Island to attend Redmond College where she is studying for her BA. She has many surprises along the way, including her first marriage proposal to the worst guy imaginable, the sale of her very first story and a tragedy that teaches her a painful life lesson . In Anne of the Island the reader is also introduced to many new characters. Though, she at first feels lonely Anne soon makes new friends, Priscilla Grant and Gilbert Blythe are some of her fellow students who attend Redmond College with her. But, one of whom is handsome Roy Gardner, whose attentions to Anne make Gilbert very jealous. What Anne doesn’t know is that Gilbert wants to win her heart , all of a sudden Anne must decide if she’s ready for love.--Submitted by Christine.

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Anne and Gilbert

The relationship between Anne and Gilbert is phenomenal and a definite reflection of my own personal relationship with my boyfriend. The last chapter of each book makes me cry each time I read it. My boyfriend also is handsome, high achieving, and sweet. And I have red hair and he likes my nose of all things. The Anne story is so similar to my own (college included, but not the orphan part) that it has been a favorite since early childhood. Amazing, huh? I would love to hear others' replies how the Anne story has touched their lives in one way or another.

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Anne of the Island transports me back to another
place and time. I'm surprised that even now Anne
of the Island still holds an attraction for me. I
enjoy the flowery language, and of course, the
wonderful characters.

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wow this book was amazing it has a real twist in it it a saphisticated young girl transfering on the verge og becoming a real women it has romance and yet poise of how her life was , and the end of it was amazing its exactly wat ur looking for if ur looking for a good romantic yet suddel book and exciting . i pitty anyone who turns it down they dont know wat theyre doing

I love this story!!!

This story is my most favorite among all the Anne series!!!! It is mostly about romance, and i just love ramoance stories! i really like the thing going on with Gilbert Blyth, Roy Gardiner, and Anne. She has like, i think, five suitors! But the main thing is Gilbert, Roy and Anne. i agree with the others that this book is a must read!!!!

Anne of Avonlea

Lucy's books inspired me to have more of an imagination. Her books are spectacular. I get bummed when my mom tells me I have to stop because it's full of suprises! I wish I was like Anne and be missed and loved by many!!!

Lucy Maud Montgomery

I am no longer a teenager but I was fifteen years old when I first read the story of Anne. The story captivated me and I was consumed with a desire to learn more about Anne's creator, Lucy Maud Montgomery. Only recently have I obtained her journals and though "Maud" denied it at times, it is easy to see that she was, in her heart, Anne. I think Anne is Maud's life as Maud wished it to be. Maud Montgomery was a gifted writer and a complex person. Under the sunny surface of her stories one can find the fragments of her own pain. But more than this the stories Maud wrote are a celebration of life. Every sensitive, life-loving girl must have a little Anne in her soul. I think Maud sensed this in some way with that amazing ability she had to understand people. I wish this site would add her journals as well as "The Blue Castle"

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This book is a great trilogy to the other two!!! It is a definite must read book. Outstanding work by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Especially the last chapter!!! This book is and overall must read!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anne of the Island

Oh my gosh! This is SUCH a good book! It talks about love, love, love, and Anne, Gilbert, and Roy. Anne has like 5 proposals! But Gil wins!!!

This is possibly the Greatest story of all time - yeah, you go Girl, Lucy M

WOW! I mean, what can i say, you have really done it this time, Maud Miester. I mean Anne of the island - peace out. It really took my breath away. Gilbert Blyth is like a giant spool of thread - so mystical and gracious. This is a must read for everyone who can. I hate everyone that puts down this book - period.

Anne of the Island

A DEFENITE must read!I have it and it is definitely one of my all time favorites!Especialy the wole thing that goes on with Gilbert Blyth.Iam just saying that this book is a must read!!!

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