Synopses & Reviews
Lemony Snicket returns with the last book before the last book of his bestselling Series of Unfortunate Events. Scream and run away before the secrets of the series are revealed!
Very little is known about Lemony Snicket and A Series of Unfortunate Events. What we do know is contained in the following brief list:
o The books have inexplicably sold millions and millions of copies worldwide
o People in more than 40 countries are consumed by consuming Snicket
o The movie was as sad as the books, if not more so
o Like unrefrigerated butter and fungus, the popularity of these books keeps spreading
Even less is known about book the twelfth in this alarming phenomenon. What we do know is contained in the following brief list:
o In this book, things only get worse
o Count Olaf is still evil
o The Baudelaire orphans do not win a contest
o The title begins with the word, ′The′
Sometimes, ignorance is bliss.
Lemony Snicket returns with the last book before the last book of his
New York Times bestselling Series of Unfortunate Events.
After any harrowing struggle, it is nice to consider checking into a
hotel for a rest. In fact, this might be just the break Violet, Klaus,
and Sunny Baudelaire could use after their wearying deep-sea adventure.
A hotel can be a good choice for any family vacation. With so many
floors, such a variety of rooms, and a curious array of guests, spending
time in the safety of the right hotel can be the perfect learning
environment for children of any age. A keen researcher like Klaus, an
adept inventor like Violet, and a sharp-toothed culinary master like
Sunny are all sure to find engaging diversions during their stay.
Regardless of how they pass their time while at a hotel, the three
siblings will be sure to take in all the interesting sights and sounds
and write them down just in case this episode turns out to be the
darkest yet in a series of unfortunate events.
About the Author
Lemony Snicket has been chronicling the lives of the Baudelaire
children with only occasional breaks for food, rest, and court-appointed
swordfights. His hobbies include nervous apprehension, increasing dread,
and wondering if his enemies were right after all.
Brett Helquist was born in Ganado, Arizona, grew up in Orem, Utah,
and now lives in Brooklyn, New York. He earned a bachelor's degree in
fine arts from Brigham Young University and has been illustrating ever
since. Sometimes he finds his work depicting the upsetting lives of the
Baudelaire orphans so distressing that he sends himself flowers, but it