ANNE OF GREEN GABLES

ANNE OF GREEN GABLES
By L.M. Montgomery
Read by Colleen Winton
Published by Post Hypnotic Press

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Anne, a young orphan from the fictional community of Bolingbroke, Nova Scotia (based upon the real community of New London), is sent to Prince Edward Island after a childhood spent in strangers’ homes and orphanages. Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert, siblings in their fifties and sixties, had decided to adopt a boy from the orphanage to help Matthew run their farm. They live at Green Gables, their Avonlea farmhouse on Prince Edward Island. Through a misunderstanding, the orphanage sends Anne Shirley.

Anne is described as bright and quick, eager to please, talkative, and extremely imaginative. She has a pale face with freckles and usually braids her red hair. When asked her name, Anne tells Marilla to call her Cordelia, which Marilla refuses; Anne then insists that if she is to be called Anne, it must be spelled with an e, as that spelling is “so much more distinguished.” Marilla at first says the girl must return to the orphanage, but after a few days she decides to let her stay. Marilla feels that she could be a good influence on the girl and had also overheard that another disagreeable woman in town might take Anne in instead.

AudioFile Magazine Review:

“Colleen Winton captures the charm of Anne Shirley in this delightful edition for a new generation of listeners.”

– AudioFile Magazine

 

Anne of Green GablesPaired in SYNC with:
I’D TELL YOU I LOVE YOU, BUT THEN I’D HAVE TO KILL YOU
By Ally Carter
Read by Renée Raudman
Published by Brilliance Audio

 

 

 

 

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