Anne's House of Dreams (version 2)

Read by Karen Savage

(4.9 stars; 918 reviews)

Anne's story continues with her marriage to Gilbert and their years in the House of Dreams. ( Summary by Karen Savage)

Other books in this series by this reader:
Anne of Green Gables
Anne of Avonlea
Anne of the Island
Rainbow Valley
Rilla of Ingleside

(7 hr 22 min)


In The Garret Of Green Gables 10:17 Read by Karen Savage
The House Of Dreams 10:28 Read by Karen Savage
The Land Of Dreams Among 12:56 Read by Karen Savage
The First Bride Of Green Gables 7:04 Read by Karen Savage
The Home Coming 6:49 Read by Karen Savage
Captain Jim 10:29 Read by Karen Savage
The Schoolmaster's Bride 18:03 Read by Karen Savage
Miss Cornelia Bryant Comes To Call 22:01 Read by Karen Savage
An Evening At Four Winds Point 20:48 Read by Karen Savage
Leslie Moore 13:18 Read by Karen Savage
The Story Of Leslie Moore 17:39 Read by Karen Savage
Leslie Comes Over 5:19 Read by Karen Savage
A Ghostly Evening 8:31 Read by Karen Savage
November Days 6:16 Read by Karen Savage
Christmas At Four Winds 13:36 Read by Karen Savage
New Year's Eve At The Light 10:27 Read by Karen Savage
A Four Winds Winter 11:59 Read by Karen Savage
Spring Days 13:09 Read by Karen Savage
Dawn And Dusk 10:38 Read by Karen Savage
Lost Margaret 5:35 Read by Karen Savage
Barriers Swept Away 13:58 Read by Karen Savage
Miss Cornelia Arranges Matters 9:38 Read by Karen Savage
Owen Ford Comes 8:36 Read by Karen Savage
The Life-Book Of Captain Jim 12:45 Read by Karen Savage
The Writing Of The Book 6:35 Read by Karen Savage
Owen Ford's Confession 9:48 Read by Karen Savage
On The Sand Bar 10:27 Read by Karen Savage
Odds And Ends 13:02 Read by Karen Savage
Gilbert And Anne Disagree 11:28 Read by Karen Savage
Leslie Decides 11:06 Read by Karen Savage
The Truth Makes Free 7:44 Read by Karen Savage
Miss Cornelia Discusses The Affair 7:17 Read by Karen Savage
Leslie Returns 8:58 Read by Karen Savage
The Ship O'dreams Comes To Harbor 9:25 Read by Karen Savage
Politics At Four Winds 13:00 Read by Karen Savage
Beauty For Ashes 14:01 Read by Karen Savage
Miss Cornelia Makes a Startling Announcement 7:03 Read by Karen Savage
Red Roses 10:01 Read by Karen Savage
Captain Jim Crosses The Bar 6:34 Read by Karen Savage
Farewell To The House Of Dreams 15:27 Read by Karen Savage


A Perfect Reading

(5 stars)

Ms. Karen Savage's readings of the Anne of Green Gables novels are one of the greatest attractions of Librivox and even outdo most professionally produced audiobooks. The novel itself is very pleasant and certainly good (though perhaps the least good thus far). I could not help smiling to hear about Anne's wedding and the joy of the young lovers. Montgomery does not really dwell on the wedding itself and is much more interested in diving straight into married life and takes the story through some unexpected turns. Overall, this was a very enjoyable book and the reading of it is done to perfection. Ms. Savage deserves our gratitude for her many projects here on Librivox. We only ask, like children never quite satisfied with what they have, that she consider doing a reading of the next book, Rainbow Valley, so that her readings of the public domain Anne novels may be complete. Thank you, Ms. Savage!

(5 stars)

Beautiful story and beautifully read! :) I lost interest in this book as a child, but a decade later it's become one of my favourites. It's lovely to get a glimpse into Anne's early married life, and there are some unexpected turns in the plot. As usual in the Anne books, the setting is beautiful and there are new, interesting characters to meet. Miss Cornelia, in particular, was hilarious and brought a lot of laugh out loud moments.

... I was a little upset that it ended!!

(5 stars)

Here I sat, with a happy satisfied smile on my face at 4am, having listened to the last few chapters, only to abruptly acknowledge that... IT'S OVER... Karen Savage narrates such an amazing, lively version of literature that I feel I am a part of the story... irregardless of the author, I feel transported to a time when the breaking of a platter by Anne is an unforgivable moment in time, whereas breaking a platter by Susan is simply par for the course, and the juxtaposition is somehow NOT missed, even though Ms. Savage's narration gives nothing away. It is a true narrator that can convey the message of the author, without imposing her own interpretation of the text...and leaves interpretation to the reader. Ms. Savage narrates each character in a beautiful, truthful, wholesome way that has me wanting to start from the beginning... even if it's years from now. WELL DONE. Ms. Savage... I hope you are getting paid TENS OF THOUSANDS to narrate works. Your reading style and voice is deserving of it.

Really wonderful.

(4.5 stars)

I really enjoyed this book almost as much as the the first in the series. One almost feels as though one is in Anne's world. As ever it is wonderfully read. Thank you Karen for the time you have taken to read this and all the other books. It is very much appreciated.


(5 stars)

One of my favorite "Anne" books, masterfully read by Karen Savage. My only disappointment was discovering Ms. Savage has not done the next book in the series, Anne of Ingleside. My husband and I tried listening to the only audiobook version we could find of that book, and the reading made us appreciate the voice nuances, feeling, and expression Ms. Savage brings to the lovely words of L.M. Montgomery. You really forget you're listening and just become part of the story.

Possibly my favorite Anne story since the first

(5 stars)

Though I know Lucy Maude went back and filled in the years between the third novel and this one, I liked the little time skip and that it readied Anne for a new setting and characters that were very refreshing and enjoyable. This was a pretty heavy book though, a lot of sad themes. But they were done very well and I really enjoyed. And as always, the reading was amazing, thank you.

Excellent! One of the best!

(5 stars)

What an excellent book, and so well read by the Librivox volunteer. I'd never read this one and was delighted to find it full of classic Anne in a new, grown up, married way. Living on a different part of Prince Edward Island with her new doctor husband, we are introduced to a whole new cast of extremely well developed characters. Kudos to Lucy Maud Montgomery for such a wonderful story added to this series.


(4.5 stars)

This was a lovely story and I adore the reader. I listened to an audible version of Anne of Windy Poplars and was so pleased to get Back to this reader. She does such a lovely job and Anne’s voice will likely forever ring in my ears as Karen’s voice.