So today I'm sharing with you the beginning and the page 56 of this book
An Irate Neighbour
A tall, slim girl, "half-past sixteen," with serious grey eyes and hair which her friends called auburn, had sat down on the broad read sandstone doorstep of a Prince Edward Island farmhouse one ripe afternoon in August, firmly resolved to construe so many lines of Virgil."
hosted by: Rose City Reader
"we're going to be real good friends if we make plenty of allowances for each other, and everything has turned out for the best."
hosted by: Freda's voice
I like the beginning of the book a lot. It's how I imagine Anne and the author, L.M. Montgomery, makes an excellent work in the way she connects the end of the previous book (the first book in the series) and the beginning of this second book.
I've tried not to give away too much when I shared the the page 56, that's why, maybe, you don't like it or you don't understand it quite well, but anyway, I like this second book and I think the series should be read because they're interesting and very well-written. I think they deserve more attention.
So, what so you think of Anna of Avonlea? Do you like it or do you like more the first book? Let me know in the comments and share with me your beginnings and your 56 pages :)