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Dear Reader, If this is the first book you found while searching for a book to read next, then the first thing you should know is that this next to last book is what you should put down first Sadly, this book presents the next to last chronicle of the lives of the Baudelaire orphans, and it is next to first in its supply of misery, despair, and unpleasantnessProbably the next to last thing you would like to read about are a harpoon gun, a rooftop sunbathing alon, two mysterious initials, three unidentified triplets, a notorious villain, and an unsavory curryNext to last things are the first thing to be avoided, and so allow me to recommend that you put this next to last book down first, and find something else to read next at last, such a s the next to last book in another chronicle, or a chronicle containing other next to last things, so that this next to last book does not become the last book you will read With all due respect, Lemony Snicket 3.75 another fun addition to the series I really enjoyed all characters that returned in this and the fact that the Baudelaire s somewhat hadpeople on their side I can t wait to see how this all wraps up in the end I m just hoping although doubting all my question will finally be answered Do any of you secretly know how to time travel Have like a weird DIY crystal laser based contraption that gets the ol hanging out with Cleopatra job done I promise I won t tell anyone, I just have one favor to ask Please go back in time and tell ten year old me reading this series for the first time that she is peaking.I will never find a book like this one Ever It s time to give up I m going to force myself to forget how to read in order to avoid the disappointment Time to start my new Do any of you secretly know how to time travel Have like a weird DIY crystal laser based contraption that gets the ol hanging out with Cleopatra job done I promise I won t tell anyone, I just have one favor to ask Please go back in time and tell ten year old me reading this series for the first time that she is peaking.I will never find a book like this one Ever It s time to give up I m going to force myself to forget how to read in order to avoid the disappointment Time to start my new life as Jared, 19.They just don t make books like this any This series is funny, it is wrenching, it is well characterized, it is exciting, it is unique, it is unforgettable, it is SHOW STOPPING It gave me, a child, a moral compass that included justice and kindness and generosity and realism and forgiveness Well, I was a child then Not now Adult woman, moral compass in place, etc etc Okay yes maybe I eat cookies for meals and enjoy bubblesthan any grown up has any right to but still Legally I am an adult I m not okay with this series being over in any capacity Even my reread of it.This is my favorite book in my favorite series, and it has been for over a decade, and I am Voraciously, Fiercely Determined that that fact will never change Bottom line I M EMOTIONAL Don t tell anyone It ll ruin my reputation whenever i feel i must ask the question emma, why are you like this i now know i can simply answer because of how many times i read this series in childhoodJustice is out Injustice is in That s why it s called in justice review to come 5 stars i can FEEL the reading slump coming onif my favorite book in my favorite series can t help me nothing can We ve finally finished the 12th book in A Series of Unfortunate Events The Penultimate Peril This turned out to be one of our favorite installments Mild spoilers In the beginning of the story, the Baudelaires are traveling with Kit Snicket to the Hotel Denouement Here they ll take up positions as concierges to spy on some of the guests staying there Their mission is to discern who s working for and against V.F.D and to investigate who this mysterious J.S person is in the hotelYou re no We ve finally finished the 12th book in A Series of Unfortunate Events The Penultimate Peril This turned out to be one of our favorite installments Mild spoilers In the beginning of the story, the Baudelaires are traveling with Kit Snicket to the Hotel Denouement Here they ll take up positions as concierges to spy on some of the guests staying there Their mission is to discern who s working for and against V.F.D and to investigate who this mysterious J.S person is in the hotelYou re not children any, Baudelaires You re volunteers, ready to face the challenges of a desperate and perplexing world The children split up to assist guests of the hotel and all run into familiar characters from previous installments, eventually having a run in with Esme, Carmelita, Principal Nero, and Count Olaf once again Count Olaf s plan remains finding the sugar bowl a mysterious object all the enemies want and also the Medusoid Mycelium deadly fungus that nearly killed Sunny from the previous book The Grim Grotto The children are so close to getting much needed information from an important character, but then someone dies, and the hotel is in complete chaos with everyone trying to figure out what went wrong It s no surprise, of course, that the blame is on the Baudelaires once again Even Mr Poe thinks they re responsible for the death, so who can they trust After having a trial, the children attempt to tell their whole story from the very beginning, but everything goes awry and they end up in Count Olaf s clutches once There are some who say that you should forgive everyone, even the people whohave disappointed you immeasurably There are others who say you should not forgive anyone, and should stomp off in a huff no matter how many times they apologize.Of these two philosophies, the second one is of course muchfun, but it can also grow exhausting to stomp off in a huff every time someone has disappointed you, as everyone disappoints everyone eventually, and one can t stomp off in a huff every minute of the dayThe Penultimate Peril left me muchcurious about Count Olaf because a few bits of information are given regarding his history that left me asking What is it that makes Count Olaf so villainous in the first place I m convinced after reading this installment that it s very possible we ll finish this series and not get the ending we re hoping for The Baudelaires lives just seem to be getting worse with no hope in sight Not only that, it s so full of uncertainty and impossible to figure out We still have no idea what this strange artifact the sugar bowl is or who can be trusted This series is full of mystery I m left to wonder how all this will wrap up in the final book The End Overall, The Penultimate Peril turned out to be one of the best yet The tone seemed to beupbeat and we really enjoyed the reunion of old characters, which was unexpected The final quarter of the book had us on edge We re moving right on to the final book 4.5 You can also see this review www.readrantrockandroll.com I m fairly sure I ve never read 12 books in one series before with the possible exception of Enid Blyton s Famous Five which I read in random order with gaps, because they re all stand alones.To be honest, I don t think that even as a child I would have reached 12 in the Series of Unfortunate Events which is not to say that they are bad books,testimony to my need for change.Anyway, I m reading these to my daughter and we re in til the bitter end Book 13.This volume takes place alm I m fairly sure I ve never read 12 books in one series before with the possible exception of Enid Blyton s Famous Five which I read in random order with gaps, because they re all stand alones.To be honest, I don t think that even as a child I would have reached 12 in the Series of Unfortunate Events which is not to say that they are bad books,testimony to my need for change.Anyway, I m reading these to my daughter and we re in til the bitter end Book 13.This volume takes place almost entirely within the boundaries of the Hotel Denouement Much of the humour derives from the fact that the hotel is arranged according to the Dewy Decimal system I suspect that the author tookpleasure in this than his audience of ten year olds library cataloging humor being somewhat dry for children.On the plus side we get to see many old favorites from other books, all summoned, whether villains or volunteers, to the hotel for a grand meeting party.Despite or perhaps in defiance of the title, don t expect many mysteries to be unfurled, or many story lines to come to neat conclusions Confusion abounds, we don t know who can be trusted, what plans are afoot, or why.The sugar bowl remains of prime importance but we don t find out the reason.The already muddy lines between good and evil are trampled over still further Our heroic children are called upon to do their direst deeds yet, including murder ish and arson Good people come to the fore again, and fail, again Justice remains blind Doubt is even cast upon the Baudelaires saintly parents.Things come to a head and at the last the children escape in vexed circumstances, presumably for the last time Onebook to go You should join my 3 emails a year mailing list for updates about my books prizes