Anne of Green Gables (version 3)

Read by Karen Savage

(4.9 stars; 3046 reviews)

The timeless story of the young orphan girl sent by accident to a brother and sister who had wanted a boy, Anne, with her vivid imagination and sensitive spirit, has enchanted readers for generations. (Summary by Karen Savage)

Other books in this series by this reader:
Anne of Avonlea
Anne of the Island
Anne's House of Dreams
Rainbow Valley
Rilla of Ingleside (8 hr 37 min)


Mrs. Rachel Lynde Is Surprised 14:38 Read by Karen Savage
Matthew Cuthbert Is Surprised 25:15 Read by Karen Savage
Marilla Cuthbert Is Surprised 11:35 Read by Karen Savage
Morning at Green Gables 11:19 Read by Karen Savage
Anne's History 10:37 Read by Karen Savage
Marilla Makes Up Her Mind 9:38 Read by Karen Savage
Anne Says Her Prayers 6:29 Read by Karen Savage
Anne's Bringing Up Is Begun 14:49 Read by Karen Savage
Mrs. Rachel Lynde Is Properly Horrified 12:51 Read by Karen Savage
Anne's Apology 13:42 Read by Karen Savage
Anne's Impressions of Sunday School 9:15 Read by Karen Savage
A Solemn Vow and Promise 10:19 Read by Karen Savage
The Delights of Anticipation 9:01 Read by Karen Savage
Anne's Confession 15:49 Read by Karen Savage
A Tempest in the School Teapot 26:14 Read by Karen Savage
Diana Is Invited to Tea with Tragic Results 19:21 Read by Karen Savage
A New Interest In Life 10:30 Read by Karen Savage
Anne to the Rescue 16:26 Read by Karen Savage
A Concert, A Catastrophe, and a Confession 19:55 Read by Karen Savage
A Good Imagination Gone Wrong 11:34 Read by Karen Savage
A New Departure in Flavorings 17:45 Read by Karen Savage
Anne Is Invited Out to Tea 7:22 Read by Karen Savage
Anne Comes to Grief in an Affair of Honor 11:29 Read by Karen Savage
Miss Stacy and Her Pupils Get Up a Concert 7:49 Read by Karen Savage
Matthew Insists on Puffed Sleeves 17:44 Read by Karen Savage
The Story Club Is Formed 12:58 Read by Karen Savage
Vanity and Vexation of Spirit 13:01 Read by Karen Savage
An Unfortunate Lily Maid 15:01 Read by Karen Savage
An Epoch in Anne's Life 15:36 Read by Karen Savage
The Queen's Class Is Organized 20:33 Read by Karen Savage
Where the Brook and River Meet 11:09 Read by Karen Savage
The Pass List Is Out 12:50 Read by Karen Savage
The Hotel Concert 16:47 Read by Karen Savage
A Queen's Girl 12:32 Read by Karen Savage
The Winter at Queen's 8:20 Read by Karen Savage
The Glory and the Dream 9:45 Read by Karen Savage
The Reaper Whose Name Is Death 12:35 Read by Karen Savage
The Bend in the Road 14:59 Read by Karen Savage


A wonderful story.

(5 stars)

I love this story. This story is about a young orphan girl named Anne that no one wanted but by mistake is given to Matthew and Matilda Cuthburt, who had requested a boy to help with the farm work. This is Annes story of her life. Her likes, dislikes, her hopes, dreams and disappointments. And the narrator Karen Savage did a wonderful job. I love to listen to her read. She has a real gift telling the stories, no matter what book she reads. It’s as if she herself is telling her story.

a childhood favorite

(5 stars)

I listened to this book for the first time many years ago and it struck strikes me now like it did then. As a child you can experience Anne’s life and as an adult you can look on with a grater understanding of what happens. I’ve listened to this book with two different friends as well as several times through by myself and I never tire of it, it is comforting and nostalgic and Karen Savage’s reading personifies Anne perfectly. I can hardly imagine Anne with a voice other than hers.


(5 stars)

This is splendid, both the narrator and the book. I love Karen Savage's soft and feminine voice. At first I thought she read quite fast but it grew on me. This book has never failed me since I was 8, I'm 17 now and I love it all the same. Anne's view of the world was so colorful and positive and she also had a golden heart which I admire. The author had done a great job turning the life of an orphan into an exciting journey. Must-read for fiction fan.

Karen Savage is so talented!!

(5 stars)

I am never ever disappointed with her readings and always seek out her work. Her Anne of Green Gables is no exception!!!

Superb! Can't getting enough!

(5 stars)

Love it, love it, LOVE IT! I simply adore Karen Savage's vocal interpretation of this well-written, long-beloved book, and I find myself revisiting it almost annually. If you enjoy this version's narration (Karen's vocal acting), don't miss out on Ms. Savage's readings of the entire "Anne" collection, as well as her renditions of "A Little Princess", "The Secret Garden", "The Scarlet Pimpernel", Jane Austen novels, and more! She effectively draws you in to each scene and every single character.

Absolutely precious

(5 stars)

This was my first time to "read" Anne at the age of 38 & I cannot believe how I've lived so long without Anne in my life. Karen Savage was spectacular & added so much depth & enjoyment to the characters. I am counting down the days until my daughter is mature enough to read (or listen to) this precious classic.

very good book, good reading voice

(5 stars)

I found this audiobook to be a very good listen. The person reading did a very good job! I would definitely recommend. I have never heard or read the book before and I found it to be interesting. I do tend to like a faster reading so I did speed up the playback a little.

Great story. Even better narration!

(5 stars)

Karen Savage, Karen Savage, Karen Savage. That's the main theme of most of these reviews and also mine. There is a good reason. She is absolutely fantastic! My whole family loves her readings of our favorite books. Great book that has kept me company on many long trips. (I'm a 47 yr old truck driver)