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I *hated* the movie they made from Jane of Lantern Hill, another one of my favs.
This group reminds me that I need to go home quick and add all my LMM books...I don't remember which ones I have.
Anne of Green Gables
Anne of Avonlea
Anne of the Island
edit: Oh, and I also really like The Blue Castle. I'd forgotten about that one.
I've always wanted to read more LM, but I wasn't sure if they would be as good as my beloved Anne series. I'm just so happy to hear that all her books are superb!
I've recently begun re-reading Emily's Quest, and it's as good as it was the last time I read it. =D
I'm very excited as I just won a first edition copy of Emily's Quest. It's not that it's a first edition that pleases me (at least that's not the main reason). My mom introduced me to L.M. Montgomery and like Eumenides, it was a special bond between us. She died many years ago and my sisters and I divided up her books among us. I got the first two Emily books, both first editions and then I bought a paperback of Emily's Quest to complete the set. But I've always wanted a hardcover to match the other two. Sure enough, I found a first edition, matching my mom's books, on eBay. And best of all...my mom's name was Margaret, and this book is inscribed "From Margaret, for Christmas, 1947".
So cool, I can't wait for it to arrive. I am a happy person. :-)
Touchstones aren't working. Oh piffle.
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It's such a sweet, simple little story, I've read it many times.
jannief...great minds think alike ;)
P.S. And if I recall correctly, it was also the only one of Montgomery's novels that was set in Ontario! Yay Muskoka!