The Complete Emily Starr Trilogy: Emily of New Moon / Emily Climbs . Emily's Quest
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The author, Lucy Maud Montgomery, created another and better-known representative of Canadian girlhood in "Anne of Green Gables" and all the subsequent Anne books, but...more
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If you enjoy a crafted dose of sentiment this book is a winner. ...more
My mom brought me my old copies of the Emily series recently and I couldn't be happier. Rereading the series was like meeting up with an old friend that you haven't seen in a good 15 to 20 years and nothing has ch ...more
Thes books are about young, orphaned Emily Starr who wants to be a writer when she grows up and how she deals with her family, ambition, and love as sh ...more
Emily's engagement to Dean was awful, I understood it but I didn't want it so badly that I was hoping he would die. And all the warnings- from everyone!- about how ...more
I loved Emily the budding writer in these books. I didn't love that most of the love story was about miscommunication and no one trying clear that up. Overall, great. I saw glimpses of Anne with an e but it was really it's own story. ...more
You could have fooled me that this was not the true account of a little girl named Emily and her friend Teddy. I wanted her to be a real woman. It was quite the disappointment when I realized she was only a character in Ms. Montgomery's imagination.
Ahhh.. such are the thoughts of a preteen.
If you're looking for great books for a younger gal, ...more
This series is darker than Anne and has some story lines that should be talked through with a younger reader.
Tellingly, I still have the copy I received from my parents or grandparents around age 11 or 12.
And, unfortunately, I found the character of ...more
Of course there's a happy ending. The horrid characters are more horrid than usual, and the lovely characters have more defined faults.
Finally, it's like a tasty, wholesome banquet with yummy deserts ...more
This was so good - but I wish Maude hadn't left the climax up to the last moments. It was so hard to get through to the very end and when you didn't know how it was going to turn out. After reading this story I've decided I only like happy endings. ...more
I had never heard of this trilogy until recently. I am so glad I decided to pick it up. It is a lovely series of books. I didn’t like the start of the second book as much as the other two. It started a bit too slowly, but on the whole, all three are excellent reads.
I love this book. Deeply. It really is amazing , and spoiler: the third one is incredibly sad but has a happy ending. I am a lot like Emily, and I'm not lying. These books are beautiful, and I am very sad that they are over. ...more
The author of the famous Canadian novel Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery, was born at Clifton, Prince Edward Island, Nov. 30, 1874. She came to live at Leaskdale, north of Uxbridge Ontario, in 1911 after her wedding with Rev. Ewen Macdonald on July 11, 1911 ...more