A chronicle of Annes early married life, as she and her childhood sweetheart Gilbert Blythe begin to build their life together.
nd keep an eye on the dinner at the same time. Today, when you called me, I distinctly heard that queer clock of the Pyes' striking. So no doubt Josie or Gertie was listening."
"Oh, so that is why you said, `You've got a new clock at Green Gables, haven't you?' I couldn't imagine what you meant. I heard a vicious click as soon as you had spoken. I suppose it was the Pye receiver being hung up with profane energy. Well, never mind the Pyes. As Mrs. Rachel says, `Pyes they always were and Pyes they always will be, world without end, amen.' I want to talk of pleasanter things. It's all settled as to where my new home shall be."
"Oh, Anne, where? I do hope it's near here."
"No-o-o, that's the drawback. Gilbert is going to settle at Four Winds Harbor--sixty miles from here."
"Sixty! It might as well be six hundred," sighed Diana. "I never can get further from home now than Charlottetown."
"You'll have to come to Four Winds. It's the most beautiful harbor on the Island. There's a
One of the books is missing is what I assumed after searching info about anne series. As I've been married for 5 yrs now. I could relate with this book. But reality and the 2008 are totally different and to see the difference in attitudes of people in both the ages is so wonderful to see. Beautiful book. A New bride. All she is looking for is happiness. Other things are tools to be used for the happiness.
I always enjoy Montgomery's books because the descriptions are so vivid that it makes you feel as if you're there. This one is no different. Anne's all grown up so it gives another interesting facet to the series.
I have hoped to read it for such a long time that I am so excited now!