75 in ’13: The Story Girl

Many suspense. Such mystery. Wow.

Many suspense. Such mystery. Wow.

For the fifty-second book in the series, I read The Story Girl by Lucy Maud Montgomery. Sweet, nostalgic, old-fashioned and just this side of purple. Not much in the way of an over-arching plot, simply the events (or imagined events) over the summer on a quiet farm in Prince Edward Island. Two brothers go to stay with their extended family, various aunts, uncles, and cousins. In addition to the cousins their age is a particularly imaginative, dramatic neighbor girl with a knack for breathing life into the myriad stories she loves to tell.

This started off quite a LMM kick for me. I gave it 4 out of 5 stars.


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