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i loved it. i loved how those 3 never fail to get themselves out of any trouble that they are in with count Olaf.
5 March 2013
It’s a little strange how even though these books each have their unfortunate event they are really enjoyable, each page spent in anticipation of Violets inventions, Klaus’ knowledge and sunny’s Bites. this is the fifth in the series the poor orphans are sent to boarding school and forced to live in a horrible room and horrible children.
the blurb is awesome
4 March 2013
The movie sucked, but the books are AWESOME!
24 August 2012
I watched the Movie I want to read the book.
6 March 2012
Set in a academy, the Baudeaires may have to face their toughest challenge yet!
2 March 2012
This book was the freakiest of them all x
1 March 2012
When the Baudelaires are heading off in Mr.Poe’s car to a boarding school after they had been at a terrible mill they were being sent off to school with a: weird headteacher, a girl with attitude and S.O.R.E.
25 February 2011
This Book is kind of terrifying, if I was a Baudelaire child then i would run for it! They are so brave and Lemony Snicket has got a true talent for writing, it is unbelieveable! And those Violin Recitals, S.O.R.E! I Could not close my mouth for 30 minutes when Count olaf and his theatre troupe kidnapped the Quagmires and drove them away at the end! Five Stars!
22 December 2010
This was the first “A Series Of Unfortunate Events” book I ever read.
At the start Violet, Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire attend a boarding school called Prufock Prepatory school and you think that they are going to have a wonderful time and make lots of friends and their teachers would be kind, But Carmalita Spats is one of the things gone wrong. she is horrible to them and calls them cakesniffers. Their Horrible Principal Nero makes Sunny work for him Making Staples all day and they have to live in a tin shack with dripping fungus and snipping crabs but it gets better and they make friends with The Quagmires, But don’t calm down yet! One day there is a new Gym teacher with a turban, but when the Baudelaires look closely they realize it is their Evil and Woeful Guardian, Count Olaf, The rest is just to Ghastly to explain!
20 December 2010
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