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Anne's House of Dreams

Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874-1942)

1. 01 - In The Garret Of Green Gables
2. 02 - The House Of Dreams
3. 03 - The Land Of Dreams Among
4. 04 - The First Bride Of Green Gables
5. 05 - The Home Coming
6. 06 - Captain Jim
7. 07 - The Schoolmaster's Bride
8. 08 - Miss Cornelia Bryant Comes To Call
9. 09 - An Evening At Four Winds Point
10. 10 - Leslie Moore
11. 11 - The Story Of Leslie Moore
12. 12 - Leslie Comes Over
13. 13 - A Ghostly Evening
14. 14 - November Days
15. 15 - Christmas At Four Winds
16. 16 - New Year's Eve At The Light
17. 17 - A Four Winds Winter
18. 18 - Spring Days
19. 19 - Dawn And Dusk
20. 20 - Lost Margaret
21. 21 - Barriers Swept Away
22. 22 - Miss Cornelia Arranges Matters
23. 23 - Owen Ford Comes
24. 24 - The Life-Book Of Captain Jim
25. 25 - The Writing Of The Book
26. 26 - Owen Ford's Confession
27. 27 - On The Sand Bar
28. 28 - Odds And Ends
29. 29 - Gilbert And Anne Disagree
30. 30 - Leslie Decides
31. 31 - The Truth Makes Free
32. 32 - Miss Cornelia Discusses The Affair
33. 33 - Leslie Returns
34. 34 - The Ship O'dreams Comes To Harbor
35. 35 - Politics At Four Winds
36. 36 - Beauty For Ashes
37. 37 - Miss Cornelia Makes a Startling Announcement
38. 38 - Red Roses
39. 39 - Captain Jim Crosses The Bar
40. 40 - Farewell To The House Of Dreams

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Anne’s House of Dreams is the fifth book in the Anne of Green Gables series, which features the culmination of an epic love story. The installment chronicles the lives of Anne and Gilbert as they experience life as a newlywed couple and build the foundation of their future together. A tale uniting the much-loved characters also brings a farewell to Anne Shirley and officially welcomes Anne Blythe. The novel begins with the preparations for the wedding between Anne and her one true love Gilbert Blythe, who is finally a qualified doctor. The highly anticipated wedding is held in the Green Gables orchard, and among the guests are Marilla and childhood friend Diana. After the wedding, the couple moves to Four Winds Harbor where Gilbert will take over his uncle’s medical practice. There they settle into their new home by the shore which Anne refers to as their “house of dreams”. The new surroundings bring a colorful new array of characters including Captain Jim, Miss Cornelia Bryant, and the piteous neighbor Leslie. Unfortunately, the honeymoon stage comes to an end, as their marriage must endure its first hardships. The limelight is partially taken off Anne and instead is focused on the tragic life of Leslie. The Blythe’s find themselves in a clash of emotions and ethics, given their emotional attachment and different approaches to various issues. Montgomery’s fifth installment changes its perception of Anne adding a new tone of sadness to the series which differs from that of the previous books. Portrayed as more mature, Anne still tries to maintain her passionate and dreamy nature. Sorrow, tragedy, trouble in marriage, and moral duty are just some of the themes explored throughout its pages. Anne’s House of Dreams signifies the new chapter in the life of Anne as she takes on the role of wife, neighbor, friend and mother.


good reader, but like it way better when different voices.

good reader, but like it way better when different voices.


Beautiful book. she is an excellent reader and the book was very enjoyable to listen to


- love it

my second favorite anne of green gables book

Josef Stalin

- farts

good book


- Excellent reading

Loved the reader. She has great tone and keeps ones interest, but I did enjoy previous books in this series which included different character voices.


- Amazing

I really love listening to this book. As a kid I don't like spending my time reading books and this really helps me stay away from spending my time watching things on my phone. When I listen I usually color or draw. And I love Anne of green gables.


- Well read

The reader is excellent. However, I love the other books how the narration is broken up into characters. With it being all one voice, it's harder for me to always know who's speaking. It's harder to multi-task this way. But, like I said, she is an excellent reader and the book was very enjoyable to listen to.


- Wonderful!

I ejoyed this one as much as the others, I did have to adjust myself after hearing all the voices read by different narrators. But it only took a chapter or two. Thoroughly lovely book!


- Great! Well done!

Super narration, everything done just right.