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Emily Climbs is the story of a young orphan growing up in New Moon Farm who has a passion for writing, a talent that has helped her cope with some of the more difficult times in her life. However, Emily is faced with a dilemma. Elizabeth, her aunt, wants her to promise to give up writing in exchange for being able to attend high school in the nearby town of Shrewsbury, the school which all of her friends are attending. 

After refusing to stop her writings, the two come to a compromise which allows her to write, but only about factual events, and not fictional stories. Unknowingly, this helps Emily expand her writing skills and leads to some of her poems being published helping her to land a job writing for the local newspaper. Shortly thereafter, Emily is presented with an opportunity of a lifetime, but will she take it?

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  • 11-30-21

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It was a good story overall, though I have to admit that it wasn't as good as the first book.
It was very slow and even in the tense parts it wasn't brought out well enough for you to enjoy it. Rather you'd just cringe for the main character's dignity.

I've loved every single of L.M. Montgomery's books and this one was no exception but the narrator's voice let me down.
The book seemed a lot worse than it really was because of the narrator.