Book Review: Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
|Book Name:||Anne of Green Gables|
It so happened yesterday that one of my friends asked me to write for a poetry competition, but having lost that urge to write anymore, I was still sparked. And so, there goes my book review, this time in a poetic verse, short and sweet:
Pitter-patter comes the rain
And here comes Anna with an ‘e’ in all her vain
She imagines this and that
In all her dreams power packed
She makes the kids of her age laugh
And even the stoic old people smile
Everyone is so happy and gay
While she cares with all her might owning all her terrible slights
And this will make you as a reader smile
While reminding you of ah,
Those good old happy times
So pick up this one and start right away
And I think my poem more than summarizes the book review with a little imagination put into the mix which by the way is inspired by Ms. Anne of Green Gables.
P.S: Since it is available free of cost on Amazon Kindle version, shop and enjoy…
Excerpt from the back cover of the book:
Still, despite a rocky start, the fiery Anne wins over her guardians and her new community. She enjoys life at Green Gables, excels in school, and earns a coveted scholarship. But when tragedy hits, Anne must choose between her dreams and the only home she’s ever known.
In this beloved coming-of-age story, Lucy Maud Montgomery drew from her own experiences growing up in Canada during the nineteenth century to introduce generations of readers to one of literature’s most original and inspiring characters.
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Posted on September 8, 2017, in Book Reviews and tagged Anne of Green Gables, Book, Book Review, Classics, Fiction, Kindle, L.M. Montgomery, Review, Young Adult. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.