Item description for Emily's Quest (Emily Novels) by L. M. Montgomery...
Overview As Emily Starr grows up on New Moon Farm, she struggles to achieve success as a writer and find love
Publishers Description Emily knows she's going to be a great writer. She also knows that she and her childhood sweetheart, Teddy Kent, will conquer the world together. But when Teddy leaves home to pursue his goal to become an artist at the School of Design in Montreal, Emily's world collapses. With Teddy gone, Emily agrees to marry a man she doesn't love ... as she tries to banish all thoughts of Teddy. In her heart, Emily must search for what being a writer really means....
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Studio: Laurel Leaf
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7" Width: 4.34" Height: 0.61" Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 1997
Publisher Laurel Leaf
ISBN 0553264931 ISBN13 9780553264937
Availability 100 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 24, 2017 12:38.
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More About L. M. Montgomery
Lucy Maud Montgomery, known as Maud, was born in 1874 on Prince Edward Island, Canada, where Anne of Green Gables is set. Maud's mother died when she was just a baby and so Maud was brought up by her strict grandparents. She became a teacher, and although she didn't enjoy, it gave her lots of time to write. She had her first poem published at the age of 15, and went on to write hundreds of short stories, poems, and novels throughout her life. Anne of Green Gables was published in 1908 and was an immediate success. She died in 1942.
L. M. Montgomery has an academic affiliation as follows - c/o Hebb & Sheffer.
L. M. Montgomery has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Emily's Quest (Emily Novels)?
A satisfying conclusion to Emily's story... Jan 9, 2008
The third and final book about young orphan Emily Byrd Starr focuses upon her struggle to establish herself as an author -- and her overall place as an adult woman. Childhood friend Ilse Burnley is planning her wedding to Teddy Kent, the young artist with whom Emily had established a soulmate connection as soon as she moved to New Moon at age 10. Meanwhile, neither Emily's ambition-filled friend Perry Miller nor the eccentric scholar Dean Priest have ever stopped asking Emily to marry them. How did everyone's emotions and intentions get so mixed up?
Then a terrible accident complicates matters further, and during her long convalescence, Emily begins to seriously wonder what she really wants in life -- and what she's willing to do to set things right.
This book is a beautiful conclusion to a classic trilogy about a very memorable young heroine.
Emilys Request Oct 13, 2007
Cora Alyce Seaman has written a book that I will pass on to my family. She has written a historical account of the Pittsburgh region that I have lived in all of my life and she is very accurate! It is one of those books that you can't sit down for a moment. She captures you immediately with the births of a set of twins and you must know every detail of this story. I look forward to reading more of this author's books!
Leisure Reading Aug 28, 2007
Emily series is an excelent set of reading books. If you read Anne of Greengables series and enjoyed them then these books are a must.
A heart felt and beautiful ending Feb 9, 2007
The last chaptr in Emily's Tale is much devoted to love, and the longing confusion and heartache therein. Emily's love for Teddy has grown by leaps and bounds, but does he feel the same? She has returned from school in Shrewsbury. to find that her life at dear New Moon is not as it once was gone are the days of care free romps with her friends, who all seem to have foud their own paths to walk. Paths which rarely include Emily Ilse has found her place on the stage and seems happy, Perry is working toward political goals, and Teddy seems to be Doing well, but Emily rarely hears from him. Enter Dean Priest, He challenges Emily, and treats her as an equal. he loves her passionately, but can she say the same? Then Emily gets the news that Ilse and Teddy are to be married(WHAT)and it seems her decision is made She will marry Dean. Or will she? and what about Ilse and Perry's stormy relationship. Yikes is this a complex situation, but a great one! my only complaint is that EQ is much shorter then it's fellows and as such goes by far to fast. But all in all Emily's Quest is truly a wonderful ending to one of the best stories ever written.
This book is amazing! May 1, 2006
I have read this book more times than I can count. My mom bought the series for me when I was about 8. I read them then and didn't think much of them. I picked them up nearly ten years later after a particularly bad week, I completely fell in love with them. The book ends happily (who wants to read a book that ends the wrong way?), but deals with life in a much more realistic manner than the Anne books do. I've never seen depression captured more accurately than in some of Emily's journal entries. She's probably Montgomery's deepest character. She experiences a full spectrum of emotions -- more than just the happiness and anger that so many storybook characters are confined too. Emily Climbs and Emily's Quest are my favorite books of all time.