I remember when this book first came out and I was in seventh grade, my childhood best friend and I were discussing the story. I was so in awe that she knew the meaning of the world “penultimate” (next to last) because to that point, I actually figured that it was just a word that Lemony Snicket (aka Daniel Handler) had just made up. 332 more words
Tags » A Series Of Unfortunate Events
I’ve been a little stuck on this book for a while. It’s not that it wasn’t interesting or that I didn’t want to read it, it’s just that I want to read so many other books at the same time and despite his quest to ensure that each book in this series has precisely 13 chapters, Mr. 300 more words
You know that old saying ‘when life gives you lemons, make lemonade?’ Well in my experience life will sometimes give you lemons, sometimes it even gives you a freshly squeezed lemonade with a little umbrella straw, and then sometimes it gives you rocks instead of lemons and instead of handing them to you, it throws them at you while giggling like an immature child. 1,614 more words
This series is really picking up steam. Violet and Klaus Baudelaire are left for dead in a snowy mountain and their little sister Sunny has been kidnapped by an evil villain. 216 more words
I have inadvertently finished this book in a day. No complaints here though, things are starting to get suspenseful.
The Baudelaires have found their way to Heimlich Hospital, which is literally only half built. 213 more words