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Mistress Pat by L.M. Montgomery
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Jan 10, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: 2008-books-read, bookcrossing-books, controlled-release, clasics, fiction, reread
Recommended for: any L.M Montgomery fans
Read in March, 2008

As I remembered, Pat is not one of my most favorite of the L.M. Montgomery heroines. But I did enjoy revisiting her story.

Like the first book, I really thought it was the secondary charecters that made the story most enjoyable. Judy is joined by the handyman Tillytuck, Cuddles grows up enough to be interesting and involved, and poor Jingle (I mean Hillary) only shows up in glimpses.

Pat definately grows up alot in this book. More so than in the first one. She learns to be gracious and to let go when needed to.

Her turning down all her callers got a little annoying, but she did redeem herself in the end by realizing that something she took for granted wasn't true, and that it would lead to future happiness away from Silver Bush.

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