The Golden Road

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(4.6 stars; 216 reviews)

In the sequel to The Story Girl, Sara Stanley returns to join the King children in publishing their own local magazine to entertain the town of Carlisle. (7 hr 40 min)


Dedication and Foreward 1:30 Read by JemmaBlythe
A New Departure 13:09 Read by JemmaBlythe
A Will, A Way and a Woman 16:14 Read by JemmaBlythe
The Christmas Harp 17:35 Read by Kirsten Ferreri
New Year Resolutions 20:36 Read by rachelellen
The First Number of Our Magazine 16:15 Read by rachelellen
Great-Aunt Eliza’s Visit 25:26 Read by Karen Savage
We Visit Cousin Mattie’s 6:40 Read by Heather Barnett
We Visit Peg Bowen 25:34 Read by rachelellen
Extracts 15:12 Read by JemmaBlythe
Disappearance of Paddy 11:39 Read by Karen Savage
The Witch’s Wishbone 9:32 Read by Heather Lambert
Flowers O’ May 13:01 Read by Mary Anderson
A Surprising Announcement 10:18 Read by Kirsten Ferreri
A Prodigal Returns 15:05 Read by Karen Savage
The Rape of the Lock 13:45 Read by Mary Anderson
Aunt Una’s Story 11:57 Read by Betsie Bush
Aunt Olivia’s Wedding 12:24 Read by Betsie Bush
Sara Ray Helps Out 16:20 Read by Heather Barnett
By Way of the Stars 6:55 Read by rachelellen
Extracts from Our Magazine 13:40 Read by rachelellen
Peg Bowen Comes to Church 19:55 Read by Deb Bacon-Ziegler
The Yankee Storm 10:06 Read by Deb Bacon-Ziegler
A Missionary Heroine 13:21 Read by Kirsten Ferreri
A Tantalizing Revelation 13:31 Read by JemmaBlythe
The Love Story of the Awkward Man 23:17 Read by Ophelia Darcy
Uncle Blair Comes Home 15:27 Read by Mary Anderson
The Old Order Changeth 10:17 Read by Mary Anderson
The Path to Arcady 20:41 Read by Mary Anderson
We Lose a Friend 8:35 Read by Karen Savage
Prophecies 9:54 Read by Mary Anderson
The Last Number of Our Magazine 12:20 Read by JemmaBlythe
Our Last Evening Together 5:30 Read by Mary Anderson
The Story Girl Goes 4:40 Read by Kirsten Ferreri


Another Beautiful Book.

(5 stars)

Words can't quite describe how talented L.M. Montgomery was...


(5 stars)

A delightful, charming tale of youth on Prince Edward Island. We did not want the story to end.

Reader’s voice ruins enjoyment of The Golden Road

(0.5 stars)

It is difficult to listen to J.B. read aloud. The book deserves 5 stars.

(5 stars)

L.M.Montgomery has such a wonderful way of making you love the characters and feel like you're in the story yourself! This was a very enjoyable book. I almost liked it better than the first book! Most of the readers did a good job; some were hard to hear due to background noise and some just didn't have a good reading voice.

Marvelous Golden Road

(5 stars)

I love this author. The story is always surrounding first family and friends, then church, lastly school and work. I agree with that arrangement. No matter what happens the kids receive the comfort and encouragement needed to grow up.

Good Books

(5 stars)

Aww, what a splendid book, I wish there were a few more! One of the readers has an awful voice, but all the rest are quite nice.

Great story, some horrible readers

(2.5 stars)

loved the story but some of the readers should be redone, their voices are terrible to listen to!

love it

(4.5 stars)

I love love love all of L.M. Montgomery's stories but I don't like that their is different readers