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The Bad Beginning (A Series of Unfortunate Events, #1) So the premise of this book as the narrator keeps helpfully reminding us is that this group of three children will continue to have difficult problems to overcome, and every time they succeed in dealing with one problem, another will crop up In the writing business, this is what s known as a plot.But then he takes it one step further in addition to all the difficulties along the way, he assures us that YES The least fascinatingly detailed book in my favorite series It just keeps getting better and better, folks.So, for the three misguided people who haven t read this series first off, get ON THAT What are you doing There is nothing so important in your life that you can t put it off in order to read this series.https emmareadstoomuch.wordpress.coSecond, we follow the Baudelaires Violet, Klaus, and Sunny through what can only be Very Foreseeably Described as a series of unfortu YES The least fascinatingly detailed book in my favorite series It just keeps getting better and better, folks.So, for the three misguided people who haven t read this series first off, get ON THAT What are you doing There is nothing so important in your life that you can t put it off in order to read this series.https emmareadstoomuch.wordpress.coSecond, we follow the Baudelaires Violet, Klaus, and Sunny through wh Dear Reader,I M Sorry To Say That The Book You Are Holding In Your Hands Is Extremely Unpleasant It Tells An Unhappy Tale About Three Very Unlucky Children Even Though They Are Charming And Clever, The Baudelaire Siblings Lead Lives Filled With Misery And Woe From The Very First Page Of This Book When The Children Are At The Beach And Receive Terrible News, Continuing On Through The Entire Story, Disaster Lurks At Their Heels One Might Say They Are Magnets For MisfortuneIn This Short Book Alone, The Three Youngsters Encounter A Greedy And Repulsive Villain, Itchy Clothing, A Disastrous Fire, A Plot To Steal Their Fortune, And Cold Porridge For BreakfastIt Is My Sad Duty To Write Down These Unpleasant Tales, But There Is Nothing Stopping You From Putting This Book Down At Once And Reading Something Happy, If You Prefer That Sort Of ThingWith All Due Respect, Lemony Snicket Poor Baudelaire siblings, life really hasn t been easy on them these last few days The misfortune that incessantly befell them was heartbreaking But the children are strong, so strong, and intelligent, and brave They don t have anyone else in the world but each other.I fell for them as deeply as I fell for A Little Princess Sarah How could we as readers not, after beholding such tragedy Because the orphans are so likeable, which led me to care for them and their future, I never wanted to st Poor Baudelaire siblings, life really hasn t been easy on them these last few days The misfortune that incessantly befell them was heartbreaking But the children are strong, so strong, and intelligent, and brave They don t have anyone else in the world but each other.I fell for them as deeply as I fell for A Little Princess Sarah How could we as readers not, after beholding such tragedy Because the orphans ar I m reading through this series with my daughter Celyn 10 years old, very disabled, hence Dad does the reading.Edit Finished reviewed all 13 So, this is a clever, entertaining book set in a world like ours but populated with bizarre characters and with distinctly dark undercurrents.Recurring themes throughout the series are i Adults are mindbogglingly stupid.ii The narrator, Lemony Snicket, is a character we glimpse in tantalising snatches.iii Words that stretch a child s vocabulary I m reading through this series with my daughter Celyn 10 years old, very disabled, hence Dad does the reading.Edit Finished reviewed all 13 So, this is a clever, entertaining book set in a world like ours but populated with bi This series was my ENTIRE LIFE when I was a small human child I saved any and all money I received to buy the books my first collection of matching hardcovers and listened to them on cassette tape OKAY GUESS WHO JUST SOUNDS OLD RIGHT NOW when I wasn t re reading the physical copies Hello I even intended to become a famous author myself and write under the pseudonym Orange Peel because obviously So yes I am a mild fan right here And I decided I had to We have in Egypt this sayingWho sees the Unfortunate Events of others feel solace about his own UnfortunatesSo, 2016 wasn t my yearEST, 2011and now I m hitting rock bottom ,having A Series of Unfortunate Events So I said, why not give this title a tryaccompanied by this mysterious black cat that sat with me the whole 2 hours read It s really dark fun Misfortune kids Orphans story..And a Gothic villain.And the author himself, Mr We have in Egypt this sayingWho sees the Unfortunate Events of others feel solace about his own UnfortunatesSo, 2016 wasn t my yearEST, 2011and now I m hitting rock bottom ,having A Series of Unfortunate Events So I said, why not give this title a tryaccompanied by this mysterious black cat that sat with me the whole 2 hours read It s really dark fun Misfortune kids Orphans story..And a Gothic villain.And the author himself, Mr Lemony Snicket who advises you repeatedly that this book is sad and misfortune and not with a happy endings..and please close it or return it if you can t handle all this misfortune..Even the TV show latest adaptation tells u to just LOOK AWAY, well that s true you should stop reading this review now as well..look for something happier BUT as our beloved mother Country sayingwhich I said earlier, I didn t Look Away.And that was..sickly fun If you are interested in stories with happy endings, you would be better off reading some other book In this book, not only is there no happy ending, there is no happy beginning and very few happy things in the middle This is because not very many happy things happened in the lives of the three Baudelaire youngsters Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire were intelligent children, and they were charming, and resourceful, and had pleasant facial features, but they were extremely unlucky, and most If you are interested in stories with happy endings, you would be better off reading some other book In this book, not only is there no happy ending, there is no happy beginning and very few happy things in the middle This is because not very many happy things happened in the lives of the three Baudelaire youngsters Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire were intelligent children, and they were charming, and resourceful, and had pleasant facial features, but they were extremely unlucky, and most everything that happened to them was rife with misfortune, misery, and despair I m sorry to tell you this but that is how the story goes.I am ashamed to say that I have had this 13 book hardback boxset since 2013 and I am just now getting around to it I put it on one of my challenges for this year but now I m thinking I might should wait for the tv show on Netflix I wonder when that is coming out SOME SPOILERS These poor kids They are just having a day of play when they find out their pare I m not going to rate this, because I ve already read this book stand by my first rating of it I adore this story so much I m so happy that I took the time to re read it It made me feel SO nostalgic reading it I can t wait for the netflix series For some reason I had the sudden urge to re read these books so I decided to start listening to them on audiobook I have the 11th book in a physical copy, but I will eventually be picking the rest of them up as well.


About the Author: Lemony Snicket

Lemony Snicket had an unusual education and a perplexing youth and now endures a despondent adulthood His previous published works include the thirteen volumes in A Series of Unfortunate Events, The Composer is Dead, and 13 Words His new series is All The Wrong Questions.For A Series of Unfortunate Events www.lemonysnicket.comFor All The Wrong Questions www.lemonysnicketlibrary.com


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