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Publisher's Summary

This book contains the Collection of Anne of Green Gables.

  1. Anne of Green Gables Starts at Chapter 1,
  2. Anne of Avonlea Starts at Chapter 39,
  3. Anne of the Island Starts at Chapter 69,
  4. Annes House of Dreams Starts at Chapter 110,
  5. Rainbow Valley Starts at Chapter 150,
  6. Rilla of Ingleside Starts at Chapter 185.
©2020 Lucy Maud Montgomery (P)2020 Page2Page

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Consistent, entertaining, and endearing

I think Kesler is a good reader for this book series. I admit her voice takes a little getting used to but after a while I got to appreciate how Kesler voices Anne and the others with enough distinction and nuance. There may be better readers out there but I think Kesler does a good job and most importantly provides consistency for the book series. While I really like the voice she gives for Anne, I feel that the voice she gives for little Davy Keith in Anne of Avonlea is just perfect and hilarious. Give this recording a good honest try and I think you'll come to appreciate it as I have.

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poor performance

good grief why does the narrator make marilla sound like a crazy old witch?! it was hilarious but also annoying. very distracting from the wonderful story.

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we lived it

well narrated, we laughed and cried with the family. wonderful life lessons and truths

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Wonderful Stories

I adore the narrator and what she adds to the characters, however this is not the full collection as it is missing books 4 and 6 (Windy Poplars and Anne of Ingleside)

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Wonderful

Great character development. Wonderful story. Author descriptions vivid. Best bargain on Audible. Hated to see it end.

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  • Agnes Brough
  • 06-11-21

File is MASSIVE - can’t download

This is literally the only place I can find to contact audible. The books are a single file for 55 hours of listening. There isn’t enough storage on my phone. It should be in parts to avoid this. Don’t buy unless you’ve got lots of free storage. This must be why it was cheap. AVOID

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-01-21

Excellent book, awful narration

Couldnt recommend the anne of green gables series more highly. But certainlty buy a copy with a different narrator. She has no expression i swear a text to talk robot would be more expressive.