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I first read it as a young, horse-obsessed child, and it basically turned me into an animal-rights activist. I've read this book about a dozen times, and it still makes me cry. Beautifully, beautifully written.
again, i didn't expect to like this much based on the reviews. but i read it straight thru in a few hours, so i guess i did enjoy it! as usual, i liked the hero very much, and have liked him in all of the books so far. i do wish that the previous heroines were included throughout the series (like, for instance, in Lisa Kleypas's "Wallflowers" books), and i like a bit more of a plot as rule (nefarious villians, etc.)...but i was looking forward to their story the most and their HEA was most satisfying.
I actually read this book because I want to read "March" which won the Pulitzer a couple of years back. I actually did enjoy this book, even though it was a bit preachy at times. I found the characters very engaging. The thing that I did like about this book (and many classics written at this time) is that it does remind me about how advanced socially we actually are. I think it is sometimes easy to forget the rights we do have and where we started....
For all its enthusiasm, this book does one thing astonishly well: it refutes, point by point, the Rare Earth hypothesis (which basically states that complex life as we relatively know it exists only on Earth). I have yet to read Rare Earth (don't really want to give them my money) this book convinced me, quite cocisely, that its authors are wrong.
I liked the first part of this book better than the second part. I cared less about their rise to fame and was more interested in their childhoods and relationship before they were discovered. I especially enjoyed descriptions of the Chelsea hotel.
It's been ages since I've read the bulk of these stories in The Road to Yesterday, so I can't speak to how much they were re-adapted for that book, but they're still fun stories, if occasionally mind-blowing. (I'm sorry, but it's still such a strange thing to think of Anne and Gilbert in their mid-to-late 70s!) The poetry's not my favorite thing, but that's just because I'm not a big poetry reader; however, the vignettes are really great. I love the glimpses into Ingleside life, of them not doing much but sitting around reading and talking; it makes you feel like you're part of the family, almost.
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