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Rilla of Ingleside

Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874-1942)

1. Chapter 1 – Glen Notes and Other Matters
2. Chapter 2 – Dew of Morning
3. Chapter 3 – Moonlit Mirth
4. Chapter 4 – The Piper Pipes
5. Chapter 5 – The Sound of a Going
6. Chapter 6 – Susan, Rilla, and Dog Monday Make a Resolution
7. Chapter 7 – A War-baby and a Soup Tureen
8. Chapter 8 – Rilla Decides
9. Chapter 9 – Doc Has a Misadventure
10. Chapter 10 – The Troubles of Rilla
11. Chapter 11 – Dark and Bright
12. Chapter 12 – In the Days of Langemark
13. Chapter 13 – A Slice of Humble Pie
14. Chapter 14 – The Valley of Decision
15. Chapter 15 – Until the Daybreak
16. Chapter 16 – Realism and Romance
17. Chapter 17 – The Weeks Wear By
18. Chapter 18 – A War-Wedding
19. Chapter 19 – They Shall Not Pass
20. Chapter 20 – Norman Douglas Speaks Out in Meeting
21. Chapter 21 – Love Affairs Are Horrible
22. Chapter 22 – Little Dog Monday Knows
23. Chapter 23 – And So, Goodnight
24. Chapter 24 – Mary Is Just in Time
25. Chapter 25 – Shirley Goes
26. Chapter 26 – Susan Has a Proposal of Marriage
27. Chapter 27 – Waiting
28. Ch 28 – Black Sunday; Ch 29 – Wounded and Missing; Ch 30 – The Turning of the Tide
29. Chapter 31 – Mrs Matilda Pitman
30. Chapter 32 – News From Jem
31. Ch 33 – Victory!; Ch 34 – Mr Hyde Goes to His Own Place and Susan Takes a Honeymoon
32. Chapter 35 – Rilla-my-Rilla

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Rilla of Ingleside is the eighth book in the Anne of Green Gables series and focuses on the inspiring journey of Rilla Blythe, the youngest daughter of Anne and Gilbert, as she transforms from a carefree young girl into an enduring young woman swept into the chaos of war. Written from a female perspective, Montgomery accurately depicts a time in history, as she provides a contemporaneous account of the war and serves up the most emotional book in the series. Set during the First World War, the novel explores themes of coming of age, love, separation, and most importantly women’s roles during the war. The novel begins with the introduction of 15-year-old girl Rilla, who appears as a spoilt, self-centered and immature young girl, preoccupied with adolescent strife as she excitedly prepares for her first grown-up party. However, the bliss of the party is interrupted when word reaches of the outbreak of war and throws the town into frenzy as the men talk about joining. Subsequently, Rilla’s brother Jem and his friend Jerry enlist and go to a training camp before leaving to join the front in France. Following a series of events, Rilla is left alone with her parents worrying about the fate of those fighting, which later include her brother Walter and her love interest Kenneth. As the war continues, the young girl slowly matures and turns her back on her past self-serving ways and instead embraces helping others and putting their needs above her own. Assisting the Junior Red Cross, helping a couple wed, and raising a war orphan are just some of the responsibilities Rilla takes up without protest. As the novel progresses, so does the young protagonist who courageously rises to each occasion with the hope of the safe return of loved ones. A heart wrenching and inspirational sequel, Rilla of Ingleside offers a rare insight in the roles and hardships experienced by women during war as they were left to the mercy of uncertainty as each day passed. A story caught up in the shadow of war, the novel is an emotional journey of growth, loss, and sacrifice, but nevertheless a timeless piece of literature.



- Rila of Inglside

I loved it. Amazing reading!


I love this book, and amazing reading!

Petersilia Ping

- perfect reading

well done karen! Thanks! full marks:-)


- amazing reading!

i love this book, and Karen Savage is the best reader ever!


Amazing book! So well read. Sweet, happy, and sad all at the same time


- *****

Incredible book, so rich. Sad, sweet, and deep. A good portrayal of WWI.

Perfect keep rereading this


I want Karen Savage to read all my books! She's terrific.

Elsie Mae

- Rilla of Ingleside

good book but wish no one died :(


Karen is excellent she was made to read these all Lucy's work..6/15/15