Anne of Ingleside

Anne of Ingleside Anne is the mother of five with never a dull moment in her lively home And now with a new baby on the way and insufferable Aunt Mary visiting and wearing out her welcome Anne s life is full to bursti

  • Title: Anne of Ingleside
  • Author: L.M. Montgomery
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Anne is the mother of five, with never a dull moment in her lively home And now with a new baby on the way and insufferable Aunt Mary visiting and wearing out her welcome Anne s life is full to bursting.Still, Mrs Doctor can t think of any place she d rather be than her own beloved Ingleside Until the day she begins to worry that her adored Gilbert doesn t love her aAnne is the mother of five, with never a dull moment in her lively home And now with a new baby on the way and insufferable Aunt Mary visiting and wearing out her welcome Anne s life is full to bursting.Still, Mrs Doctor can t think of any place she d rather be than her own beloved Ingleside Until the day she begins to worry that her adored Gilbert doesn t love her any How could that be She may be a little older, but she s still the same irrepressible, irreplaceable redhead the wonderful Anne of Green Gables, all grown up She s ready to make her cherished husband fall in love with her all over again

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    1. Miranda Reads

      Anne has become a secondary character her own book.So hopping mad right now. Like she was literally shuffled off to the side in ANNE of Ingleside. And what do we get is a book following her myriad of precocious (read: annoying) children. Seriously, every child is so pious, truthful, kind and considerate that it makes me want to gag.I firmly believe that this is not the same Anne of Green Gables. She's been replaced body-snatcher style. All personality and whimsy was ironed out, and we are left w [...]

    2. treehugger

      Anne has disappeared by this point in the series and become a matronly woman with a brood of kids. The book focuses mainly on the trials and tribulations of her incredibly moral children and the town gossip, and we've lost some of the best characters like Rachel Lynde, Marilla, Davy, etc by this time as well.I felt myself "hankering" after Avolea and the Anne that was before she marriedIt just sort of dragged by with description after description of the seasons, the house, the nosy housekeeperLM [...]

    3. Melki

      Anne laughed. "We never need to be economical in our imaginations, thank heaven."Quite a few years have passed, and Anne is now the mother of five children, with another one on the way. Her life is full and busy, and, for the most part, happy. This is the book where Montgomery begins to shift her attention from Anne to Anne's tribe of children. Anne becomes little more than a peripheral character in the last two books in the series, as her exploits are now limited to her role as a wife and mothe [...]

    4. April (Aprilius Maximus)

      I'm sad to say that I'm done with this series. Where has Anne gone? I wanted her to evolve into a badass feminist who stopped stereotyping and was progressive, not someone who gave up on her dreams to become a housewife. I was also enraged in the first chapter by the negativity surrounding Diana's weight (who weighs the same as me) and how this made me feel. Each sequel has let me down and I wish I had stopped after book one because it is truly the only treasure in the series. Many of the subseq [...]

    5. Cait • A Page with a View

      2.5 stars. I think I liked the idea of reading another story about these characters more than I actually liked anything that happened here. Anne lost her muchness and became a dull matron preoccupied with jealous imaginings. A good chunk of the story was just silly. I'm kind of glad the series ends here the first book is still my favorite by far.

    6. Ahmad Sharabiani

      Anne of Ingleside (Anne of Green Gables, #6), L.M. MontgomeryAnne of Ingleside is a children's novel by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery. It was first published in July 1939 by McClelland and Stewart (Toronto) and the Frederick A. تاریخ نخستین خوانش: بیست و پنجم ماه سپتامبر سال 2012 میلدیعنوان: آنی شرلی در اینگل ساید؛ نویسنده: لوسی مود (ال.ام) مونتگمری؛ مترجم: سارا قدیانی؛ تهران [...]

    7. Britany

      The next book in the true Anne of Green Gables series and weirdly my least favorite of the books. We meet Anne and Gilbert many years later and Anne has quite the brood now. She has 5 children and the love of her life, what could possibly go wrong?I miss Anne's antics in this book. We get to meet some of her children- Jem, Walter, Nan, and Diana oh and baby Bertha Marilla (really?). They are adorable and some of their adventures had memories of Anne's beginnings, but I missed Anne in this book. [...]

    8. MarnieKrüger

      I was truly disappointed.I've read an love Anne of Green Gables for so many years that it never occurred me that I would not love all of these books.I remember reading these books as a kid and loving every second I spent with Anne, I also remember that the "grown-up" books weren't to my liking, I really didn't like Anne growing up when I was young. Back then I though it's because she was a grown women, but today I get why I might not have like this particular book when I was younger.It is so rep [...]

    9. Elaina

      Ok so I finished this about a month ago maybe and I'm only just now getting to writing a review haha, but won't let me enter the finished date for some reasonThe only date that works is today's date which is kind of strange lol Oh well XD I know y'all probably don't care about that hahaI really enjoyed reading this at a slower pace and carrying it around everywhere with me at college. I felt like it was a good thing that I read it slower so I could appreciate the story moreI was also pretty bus [...]

    10. Rachel Crooks

      Reading this book after so many years is like visiting a childhood haunt after many years to find only that it was not so big, not so beautiful, not so miraculous, not so mysterious, as it was then. It is like spending your early life thinking your parents are the height of perfection, compared to the day they begin to have visible (sometimes glaring) flaws. I know that this all comes full-circle in adulthood and that the day returns when you look again at your parents, at the old childhood haun [...]

    11. Laurence R.

      Very highly recommend! It's a lot about Anne's family in general, but her children are the most adorable ever and I loved seeing Anne interact with Gilbert once more (because I've probably, with no exaggeration, read books about Anne 50 times. I don't even feel guilty about it). If you've read and loved Anne of Green Gables, I would strongly recommend the entire series, because although they can't have the magical perfection of the first book, they're all amazing and filled with gorgeous charact [...]

    12. E.F.B.

      3 stars = Didn't hate, but didn't fall in love like with most of the previous books. This was probably my least favorite book in the Anne series so far. Usually the positives in these books outweigh the negatives for me, but in this one they were about half and half. I’ll cover the negative first, and then follow up with the positives so that I end my review on a good note, because that’s how I prefer to end things.Negatives: For one thing, I found it jarring that 7 or 9 years (I was really [...]

    13. Kate

      I set out to read the full Anne of Green Gables series (I bought the set at a yard sale). But this one was the last I could take for a while. The author has difficulty making it clear who her audience is. Is it children who want stories about other children, or is it people who have grown up with Anne and want to know more about her ongoing life? As the book begins, it seems to be the latter audience, but it soon becomes clear it's the former. She starts this book in Avonlea, and we see Anne's c [...]

    14. Ferdy

      Pretty boring, the only somewhat interesting part was at the end when Anne out of nowhere turned into a jealous, shrewish cow.

    15. Melika Khoshnezhad

      باورم نمیشه آنه‌ی کوچک من انقدر بزرگ شده و شش تا بچه داره. این کتاب بیشتر از اونکه درباره‌ی آنه باشه درباره‌ی بچه‌هاش بود، به جز دو سه فصل آخر که آنه احساس می‌کرد گیلبرت بهش بی‌توجه شده و متوجه شد سنش داره میره بالا. این دو سه فصل از تمام کتاب برای من دوست‌داشتنی‌تر و قابل ل [...]

    16. Rosalba

      This is the last book in the Anne of Green Gables series that still feels like an Anne book. The next two, are really more about Anne´s children and their playmates, the Merediths.Anne´s children are wonderful, but I still love her best. Some friends have expressed dissapointed at finding Anne grown up and "settled down". I don´t. Married life, with its ups and downs, is still as filled with adventure as childhood, only now the adventures are different.I believe the Ingleside children's stori [...]

    17. Alexandra

      Where is Anne of Green Gables, and who is this dull matron with no apparent inner life?This book was a slog, but it's hardly surprising, since, in my understanding, Montgomery was plagued by her publishers for more Anne crapola, and this was the result. Though her descriptive passages of view and season are stunning as ever, that's about all that can be said for this work.I am rather troubled by a tendency of reviewers here to criticize the character of Anne by railing against their perception o [...]

    18. Brunvatne

      The last Anne book I had been saving it, treasuring it, for when I felt down. The day came recently when in low spirits I cracked into the last part of this happy story. It helped, it is a cheerful book no doubt. None of this tired "the world will never be the same" business. Unfortunately Anne barely plays a role in the sixth installment. The book is filled with short stories about her children and seasons that come and go all too quickly. The writing is still very sweet, and there are occasion [...]

    19. Tiffany

      Anne and her delightful children. And she's living such a life, but still she has her moments!! She's still herself, after all! Dear Anne. I love every one of these books, and Lucy Maud never lost anything when continuing Anne's story for us to enjoy! I eat her words up, the frosting and all! I could read her books for ages, but then I would have to stop because I would be so inspired to write something, anything, that I wouldn't be able to contain myself! Miss Cornelia is a delight! And then th [...]

    20. Melissa

      So, after reading the Anne of Green Gables, first 3 books for book club I decided I wanted to read some of the later books in the series. I have enjoyed them. I think Anne's House of Dreams is my favorite. I'm currently on the last of the "Anne" titled books and there is something that is funny/frustrating to me.Anne and Diana are talking and it mentions how Diana is 'matronly' looking i.e. chubby. (Now remember this is like 15 years later, so the girls are 30-ish.) And how Diana has always been [...]

    21. Naomi Sarah

      I actually liked this much better than I thought I would. I thought I would snooze 90% of the time, and roll my eyes at the 'perfect-family' that the Blythe family is. And well. Ididsnooze sometimes. I'd say I snoozed 30% of the time; which isn't that much, y'know. And yes, I also rolled my eyes sometimes. But!I just love these kids (I have a kind fascination + emotional, personal attachment to them) and it was actually pretty darn adorable. I really liked it.What I liked:1. All the kids, and th [...]

    22. Fatemeh Nazari

      چند صفحه بيشتر نخوانده بودم كه فهميدم از آخرِ كتابِ قبلى تا اين كتاب آنه علاوه بر جم صاحب ٤ بچه ى ديگر هم شده.شوكِ بزرگى بود. اين شد كه براى چند روز حتى نزديكِ كتاب نشدم. تا وقتى كه با آن كنار بيايم.اما كم كم جالب شد، ماجراى ٦ بچه ى آنه شرلى يا همان آنه بلايت.تقريبا حضورِ آنه در اين [...]

    23. evelina

      The least good in the series so far. I've read a few bad reviews about it so I didn't go in with very high expectations. Also I read somewhere that L.M Montgomery had to write this book even though she didn't want to and I can feel that throughout the book. The book somehow lost Anne and the feeling which had been through previous books. I'm not sure if I will continue the series considering now it's more focus on Anne's and Gilberts children.

    24. Vilja / Kirjaneito

      3.5 tähteäIhanahan tämäkin on, mutta ei millään muotoa Anna-kirjoista paras. Huomaa, että tämä on kirjoitettu myöhemmin täydentämään sarjassa olevia aukkoja, sillä juuri täydennysosa tämä olikin. Kivasti tosin viittauksia Kotikunnaan Rillaan <3 Montgomery kuvaa kyllä loistavasti erilaisia persoonallisuuksia, Annan perheen kanssa hykerteli useaan otteeseen.

    25. Krista

      Still just as charming as ever. However, there were a few parts that just seemed to drag on and on. I found myself skimming during the quilting bee when all the women were sharing gossip about a bunch of people I didn't know or care to know. The stories of the adventures of Anne's children were the stars of the show with this book.

    26. Beth Bonini

      My engagement with the books in the Anne of Green Gables series has been somewhat inconsistent. In this book, the titular character of Anne really begins to take a narrative back seat to the lives of her children - and I found myself feeling rather bored at times. Each chapter tends to focus on the adventures (or misadventures) of one of the children, with the twin girls Nan and Diana getting slightly more attention than the others. Walter, the sensitive second son, has a starring role in an ear [...]

    27. ElinorLoredan

      The back cover summary is very misleading. It says that Anne begins to worry that Gilbert doesn't love her anymore, and gives the impression that that worry will be a thread throughout the whole book, when really it only takes up the last chapter. But who's complaining? Not me. I gave it 4 stars, after all.Still, I don't like misleading back covers:/ I was actually looking forward to finding out what Anne would come up with to get back Gilbert's love, which she thought she had lost, but nothing [...]

    28. Shelley

      Anne is married to Gilbert who is a doctor and they have 6 children, and a housekeeper who cooks because Anne doesn't. Gilbert is a successful doctor, so they are quite well off. I miss Anne from Green Gables. Anne just doesn't seem to be the same Anne that I loved and adored in Green Gables. Actually, she doesn't seem to be much of a mother I would think she would had been. I feel she spoils her children and doesn't discipline them enough. She seems to arrange flowers a lot rather than do the w [...]

    29. Jill

      This book has one of my favorite scenes in all of literature in it. And I love it. I am sorry that Lucy Maud shifted to the children's perspective starting with this book though. I miss Anne. If I could interview L.M I'd ask why So ends my re-reading of Anne, at least for now ;)

    30. Jackie B. - Death by Tsundoku

      Quite a few years have passed since Anne's House of Dreams, tiny Jem who was barely a newborn is now the oldest of six brilliant Blythe siblings. While our book begins strongly from Anne's perspective, it's obvious quite early on that Montgomery is shifting the perspective of our adventures from those of Anne Shirley Blythe and her fantasies to those of her children. At first, I really loved getting to know the Blythe children. I appreciate how Montgomery has given each child their own distinct [...]

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