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The Golden Road

L. M. Montgomery

Book Overview: 

In the sequal to The Story Girl Sara Stanley returns to join the King children in publishing their own local magazine to entertain the town of Carlisle.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Felicity, darting an angry glance at the rest of us, as if to demand why we didn't help her out. "Why, we've been thinking you'd stay a week with us anyway. You MUST stay over Sunday."

"I really can't. I have to go to Charlottetown tonight," returned Aunt Eliza.

"Well, you'll take off your things and stay to tea, at least," urged Felicity, as hospitably as her strained vocal chords would admit.

"Yes, I think I'll do that. I want to get acquainted with my—my nephews and nieces," said Aunt Eliza, with a rather pleasant glance around our group. If I could have associated the thought of such a thing with my preconception of Great-aunt Eliza I could have sworn there was a twinkle in her eye. But of course it was impossible. "Won't you introduce yourselves, please?"

Felicity shouted our names and Great-aunt Eliza shook hands all round. She performed the duty grimly and I concluded I must have been mistaken about the twinkle. S. . . Read More

Community Reviews

The Golden Road picks up where The Story Girl left off; they feel like they could have been one book. It contains the same characters (though with a few new ones) and the same cozy atmosphere (though touched with a bit more wistfulness and melancholy). The kids are growing up and changing, after all

Both deeply melancholy and often uproariously humorous (and always always entertainingly engaging), in the sequel to L.M. Montgomery's The Story Girl, in her The Golden Road, the author's created and presented characters (and in my humble opinion even considerably more so than in The Story Girl) are

Once more a story of lyrical beauty filled with memories that Beverly shares with humour between siblings and friends. The newspaper they wrote was comical and sweet. The descriptions of nature captures all the feelings I've felt when viewing the world. It was sad to see the end of those days in the

The Golden Road is even more episodic than The Story Girl, perhaps, and maybe that's why I took a fairly long time reading it, returning to it every now and then when I felt like this kind of reading. I loved it, nevertheless, the stories that were at times heartwarming, at times wistful or even sca

طرزی که نویسنده آدمو میبره به آخر داستان شگفت انگیزه، انگار خودت نشستی یه گوشه و تغییر زندگی و بزرگ شدن بچه هاتو می‌بینی

"Once upon a time we all walked on the golden road", begins Montgomery in her foreword, and all those who retain some appreciation for the enchantment of childhood, who can still recall walking the "golden road" themselves, are sure to love this lyrical sequel to
The Story Girl
. Like its predece

So beautiful and bittersweet saying goodbye to these lovable characters! As always, the writing is rich and lovely. I loved it so much!

“Nothing is ever really lost to us as long as we remember it.”

L.M. Montgomery’s writing , has a magic to it that would never fail to affect me deep down from my heart.

I think I enjoyed this as much as I did the first one :) Very much a light read and not something you have to focus too hard on while reading which can be nice at times...

It's been a month since I read this so I know I procrastinated on writing another review on time lol XD I liked reading more abou

Oh, Maud, your characters live and breathe, beautiful and funny. They stay with me like no others.

Gorgeous descriptions as usual, and I really love all the little stories woven into the children's adventures, which are all both hilarious and poignant. The children bicker a lot, but it's obvious the

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