The third book in the Anne of Green Gables series
'All life lessons are not learned at college. Life teaches them everywhere.'
At eighteen years old Anne is leaving Green Gables for university - her life's dream. But her feelings are bittersweet: although excited to see the world, she is heartbroken to leave her home and everyone she loves.
Anne spends her first days at college lonely and anxious that she doesn't fit in, but before long she has made new friends - including dark, handsome Roy Gardner, who seems to have stepped from her dreams. When her childhood friend Gilbert Blythe finally confesses that his feelings have turned to love, it takes tragedy for Anne to realise what her heart desires.
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