For those who are unfamiliar with my previous reviews of books 1-3 in the Anne of Green Gables series, here are the basics:
Book 1 – 5 stars (such a wonderful book)
Book 2 – 3 stars (well written, but unnecessary)
Book 3 – 4 stars (great book, but not up to book 1’s standard)
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And we’re back with more of Anne with an E.
Be aware that all 3 books I’m going to be talking about have the title Anne of (somewhere). So, after the first reference of each book, I’m just going to refer to each as whatever place Anne is “of” in that particular book title.
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I read Anne of Green Gables last month, and it turned into a quick favorite. My wife let me know there were 8 total books in the series, but I’m not really the type of person to read every book in a series consecutively. After finishing one book in a series, I enjoy reading something else for a while before sitting down to the next book in the series.
Some might say that ruins the experience, but it’s how I like to read books. Maybe someday I’ll stick with a series from start to finish without taking breaks, but it is not this day (which reminds me, I still have to read The Return of the King).
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Should I start off by admitting that I cried when the book ended? Probably not, so we’ll leave that for a bit.
Forget I mentioned anything. *cough*
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