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Anne of Windy Poplars by L.M. Montgomery
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Sep 14, 2011

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Read from September 11 to 14, 2011

A lot of this book was tedious, but there were enough good parts to make it go from a 2 star to a 3 star book.

Part of the problem was that the characters were generally not that interesting. A few were good, but some seemed just like characters from the third book. Some of the people even made the exact same jokes. Part of the problem was that there were so many characters no one really got to develop, and part of the problem for me was that some of the characters were merged in the movies and that made me feel like they were repetitive. I don't really understand the point of the Tomgallon story at all.

There were some characters that I liked, especially Rebecca Dew and the Armstrong family story line.

I got tired of the matchmaking and the mind games. Anne is always convincing someone to get married and is always giving people things they say they don't want and then they do actually want them. Um yeah.
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