Anne of Avonlea


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(4.5 stars; 255 reviews)

Following Anne of Green Gables, the book covers the second chapter in the life of Anne Shirley. Anne of Avonlea follows Anne from the age of 16 to 18, during the two years that she teaches at Avonlea school. It includes many of the characters from Anne of Green Gables, as well new ones like Mr Harrison, Miss Lavendar Lewis, Paul Irving, and the twins Dora and Davy. (Summary from Wikipedia.org) (8 hr 48 min)

Chapters

An Irate Neighbor 24:20 Read by Annie Coleman Rothenberg
Selling in Haste and Repenting at Leisure 14:27 Read by Annie Coleman Rothenberg
Mr. Harrison at Home 16:34 Read by Annie Coleman Rothenberg
Different Opinions 11:12 Read by Annie Coleman Rothenberg
A Full-fledged Schoolma'am 17:05 Read by Annie Coleman Rothenberg
All Sorts and Conditions of Men 23:44 Read by Patricia Oakley
The Pointing of Duty 12:55 Read by Patricia Oakley
Marilla Adopts Twins 20:52 Read by Patricia Oakley
A Question of Color 11:35 Read by Norah Piehl
Davy in Search of a Sensation 18:14 Read by Norah Piehl
Facts and Fancies 16:20 Read by Norah Piehl
A Jonah Day 13:07 Read by Norah Piehl
A Golden Picnic 20:33 Read by Beth Dudek
A Danger Averted 22:17 Read by Beth Dudek
The Beginning of Vacation 15:50 Read by Beth Dudek
The Substance of Things Hoped For 14:13 Read by Betsie Bush
A Chapter of Accidents 20:19 Read by Alys AtteWater
An Adventure on the Tory Road 19:00 Read by Alys AtteWater
Just a Happy Day 27:32 Read by JemmaBlythe
The Way It Often Happens 14:20 Read by Kymm Zuckert
Sweet Miss Lavendar 22:52 Read by Kymm Zuckert
Odds and Ends 8:07 Read by Kymm Zuckert
Miss Lavendar's Romance 13:45 Read by Kymm Zuckert
A Prophet in His Own Country 16:01 Read by Kymm Zuckert
An Avonlea Scandal 22:57 Read by Kymm Zuckert
Around the Bend 21:22 Read by Heather Barnett
An Afternoon at the Stone House 21:23 Read by Kymm Zuckert
The Prince Comes Back to the Enchanted Palace 18:37 Read by Kymm Zuckert
Poetry and Prose 12:39 Read by Kymm Zuckert
A Wedding at the Stone House 16:27 Read by Betsie Bush

Reviews

Unhappy with narrators?

(1 stars)

To those unhappy with some of the narrators here, I understand. When I first started listening to books here I felt the same with narrators using foreign accents or were robotic or sounded bored so I couldn't finish the book and now only listen if the book is read by one person and if an accent is used then I only listen to British. Voices I have to struggle to understand aren't worth the trouble. For female narrators you owe it to yourself to listen to version 2 of this book narrated by Karen Savage. You'll know what I mean before you get even halfway through the first chapter. For male narrators, there is absolutely none better than Mark Nelson. I was hooked on his voice when listening to "My Man Jeeves" by P.G. Workhouse. Luckily I like science fiction since there are lots of books he's read I've listened to over and over. Try Karen Savage and Mark Nelson, you really do owe it to yourself.

Heather of Hershey

(5 stars)

As someone who is visually impaired i listen to many, many, many audio books. This one was wonderful and despite the fact that the readers switched from chapter to chapter it was read well and the recordings were well organized and labeled. Nothing missing or in the wrong place. :) perfect for a bed time story or something to listen to while you clean up the house.

rediblickable

(5 stars)

it was interesting to listen to it was really enjoyable and a note:i think it should just be annie colman reading all of the story because i could understand her voice and some other people i could not hear proply because of there voice was all squeeky and scratchy.

well, second book

(2.5 stars)

the book was entertaining, but did not move me as the first one. I must say the audio quality is bad, hissing and chimes in most of them, and narrators marketing their own websites before a chapter, poor taste.

Wonderful Book!

(3.5 stars)

This is such a lovely book. I was pleased with most of the readers though I found it a bit disconcerting to change from one to the other. Still I enjoyed the book very much!

Wonderful

(5 stars)

A wonderful sequel to a perfect book. Often, the second of a series is not as good as the first, but this does justice to Anne of Green Gables

one of my favorite series, in an easy to absorb format

(3 stars)

Aside from the difference in volume of various narrators, I was very pleased with this

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(3 stars)

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