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Series Unfortunate Events Miserable ebook

Series Unfortunate Events Miserable ebook

I almost feel like a sadist enjoying a series of books about the perils and unfortunate lives of Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Beaudelaire...almost. The Miserable Mill (Volume 4 in the 13 book cycle) is an enjoyable time. With every page the dire situation of our three protagonists gets worse, and yet the humor and inside jokes come at a rapid fire pace.

The plot has our three orphans stuck working at a lumbermill for their new caretaker "Sir". Yes, three children are working long grueling hours around saws and other deadly devices and in return Sir will do his best to keep the sinister Count Olaf away from them. Of course, if you've read the series you'll know that this is easier said than done...and wood won't be the only thing ending up in those lumbermill saws.

I would not recommend that a new reader start with this novel (no the series needs to be read in order) but certainly this is a great addition to the series and should keep you turning the pages with a smile on your face.

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  • Clyde Cummings says:

    5.0 out of 5 stars

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  • Jaime Lynch says:

    I'm not quite sure why this book struck me as the best of the series (I've only read 2, 3, and 4) but it was exceedingly well done and amusing. The poor Baudelaire orphans who seem to court bad luck at every turn end up living with their distant relative who is a tycoon industrialist who makes them work in his mill. Instead of getting paid, the mill workers get coupons, and they only get one meal a day (but lots of gum for breakfast). Lemony Snicket's books are all wonderful, and this is the cream of the crop. Count Olaf returns in attempt to once again steal the Baudelaire fortune, this time using hypnosis to achieve his evil gains. This book is full of so many clever moments, and the mill setting will scare and entertain the reader.

  • Nadia Lynch says:

    I almost feel like a sadist enjoying a series of books about the perils and unfortunate lives of Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Beaudelaire...almost. The Miserable Mill (Volume 4 in the 13 book cycle) is an enjoyable time. With every page the dire situation of our three protagonists gets worse, and yet the humor and inside jokes come at a rapid fire pace.

    The plot has our three orphans stuck working at a lumbermill for their new caretaker "Sir". Yes, three children are working long grueling hours around saws and other deadly devices and in return Sir will do his best to keep the sinister Count Olaf away from them. Of course, if you've read the series you'll know that this is easier said than done...and wood won't be the only thing ending up in those lumbermill saws.

    I would not recommend that a new reader start with this novel (no the series needs to be read in order) but certainly this is a great addition to the series and should keep you turning the pages with a smile on your face.

  • Kris Booker says:

    The Miserable Mill was one of the best Baudelaire book that Lemony Snicket has written. He has great pictures at the title of the chapters and does great handwriting.Snicket is the best author that has ever made books. I just hope the orphans will live their lives, get rid of Count Olaf's plan to steal their money and hopefully, get him into one of the baddest places he could think of--jail.

  • Dave Wynn says:

    An amazing book about the three orphans who are sent to an old mill to live after the three other places they were sent to after their parents died. I have to say that this was a comical book with the author cutting in and giving the definitions of all the words that kids probably don't know. He also asks if you would like to stop the book at a certain point in order to keep the happy ending you can. This book has mischief and excitment at on every page. I suggest you buy this book.

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  • Dean Randolph says:

    A Kid's Review

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  • Rick Fleming says:

    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful

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  • Edward Kline says:

    Snicket Does it Again!, May 13, 2000

  • Bruce Ross says:

    The Series of Unfortunate Events seems to be getting better and better--The Miserable Mill is my favorite yet! So, I think the wait was worth it. Some important writing devices in the book were the advanced vocabulary, clever humor, and, of course,the MISERY! Also, Lemony Snicket doesn't get sidetracked! Count Olaf is never blocked out of the story, but the spotlight is not always on him, either.Ideal personalities of the main characters were not fiddled with either. Cautious, yet brave, Violet; smart, resourceful Klaus; and violent, puny, Sunny kept all eager readers anticipated during this intrigueing book.

  • Edith Sykes says:

    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful

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  • Alexis Kirby says:

    By A Customer

  • Olga Lott says:

    The Baudelaire Children are in trouble, June 7, 2002

  • James Hughes says:

    I love the dark humor Lemony Snicket uses in the book. Thesepoor children's lives are so unfortunate, the situations they get intoso ridiculuous, it's hilarious. They probably were the unluckiest in this book.... if the situations weren't so silly, this would be quite a depressing book. I highly reccomend this book. It has some very clever twists and turns.

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