Rainbow Valley

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Rainbow Valley is a novel written by Lucy Maud Montgomery in 1919.


  • Life had taught her to be brave, to be patient, to love, to forgive.
    • Ch. 13
  • Her confusion put him at ease and he forgot to be shy; besides, even the shyest of men can sometimes be quite audacious in moonlight.
    • Ch. 13
  • It is never quite safe to think we have done with life. When we imagine we have finished our story fate has a trick of turning the page and showing us yet another chapter.
  • Ch. 13
  • "I like wind," he said. "A day when there is no wind seems to me dead. A windy day wakes me up." He gave a conscious laugh. "On a calm day I fall into day dreams. No doubt you know my reputation, Miss West. If I cut you dead the next time we meet don't put it down to bad manners. Please understand that it is only abstraction and forgive me—and speak to me."
  • Ch. 13
  • We miss so much out of life if we don't love. The more we love the richer life is—even if it is only some little furry or feathery pet.
  • Ch. 20

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Free eBook of Rainbow Valley at Project Gutenberg