Publication: January 1 1923
Publisher: Miss Market Paperback
Pages: 311 pages
Genre: Classic, Young Adult, Fiction, Childrens, Historical Fiction, Canadian
My Rating: ⛤⛤⛤⛤
Well one thing is clear: Emily Starr is no Anne Shirley. And that is perfectly fine.
I was very hesitant to read Emily of New Moon because I absolutely adore everything about Anne of Green Gables. I was worried that my love for Anne would make me unwilling to love Emily, and I won’t lie, that definitely happened when I began the book. Because again, Emily Starr is so different from Anne Shirley, and I love her for it. Continue reading