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Jane of Lantern Hill by L.M. Montgomery
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Aug 20, 09

really liked it
Read in July, 2009

Pride and Prejudice is definitely Jane Austen's most-read classic, just as Anne of Green Gables is L.M. Montgomery's. Not that I don't love P&P, and I would think it sacrilege to swerve in my loyalty to Anne, but both authors have hidden gems that secretly have place among my favorites. For Austen, it's Persuasion. For Montgomery, it's Jane of Lantern Hill.

I fell in love with Jane the first time I read this book when I was a teen. It never fails to disappoint. Jane is a wonderful character who is able to find her true self in an unanticipated way.

This book is out of print now, but I found a copy at a used bookstore. You may want to try your library, too. You won't regret any wasted time after having read this book.

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