The memoir spins the author's favorite and her life and her adopted daughter's life in a way where they are all interconnected with the common thread all of them being orphans and wanting a place to belong. I should mention I have not read "Anne of Green Gables" and should have because the book didn't make much sense to me or was very entertaining to read at certain points. At times, the book seemed a bit of a rant other times it seems like a bit of response and feelings towards the book. It does have a heartwarming tale of how being an orphan one deals with abandonment, not having a place to "belong", and looking for your "real" parents. A good read for any "Anne of Green Gables" fan everyone else, just skip it.
**I was provided a free copy of the book in exchange for my honest opinion**