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His series Don t get me wrong it s still a fun read with plenty of cleverness and wit and Celyn still seems to be enjoying me reading her the stories It s also worth noting that this volume has the owest average rating on Goodreads of all 13 books in the series so I m hopeful things will improve In this book the established formula is applied with Heart Beat little or no variation The bad point for me though was the descent into truly cartoon writing In all the books before the world was similar to ours bizarre butargely believable Normal The Site Book laws of physics applies things were internally consistentIn The Miserable Mill many things are wholly surreal andor plain don t make senseSome random examplesi The signs being made out of chewed up chewing gum whyii The Boss having no name and his face being wholly concealed by smoke from his cigar the entire time that steps into a kind of silly that is very different from the previous books silliness I cannot see in my mind a cloud of smoke from a cigar that is totally impenetrable and moves with someoneiii Aog being sawed is moved from its path where it is held by the fact the circular saw is halfway through its The Devils Possession length by a child with a strip of metal using only the force that can be applied through the adhesion of a piece of chewing gum stuck to both theog and the metal stripiv A baby has a Betraying Beauty (Vegas Titans, lengthy sword fight with a grown and murderous woman The woman is using a sword and the baby is using her teeth We are repeatedly told that the teeth and sword clashIf the books had begunike this I would be ok with us being in a cartoonish world where that kind of thing happens though I still wouldn t be able to visualize the sword fight in any satisfactory manner But the first three books aren t Vrolok like that though they do move slowly in that direction and in book 4 is comes as an unwelcome non seuitur You should join my 3 emails a year mailingist for updates about my books prizes I adore the development of the Baudelaire kids in this book That s easily my favorite part This is also of all four of my rereads the book I remembered 僕の愛を知れ! [Boku no Ai o Shire!] least so it was fun to really rediscover aot of the plot elements that I had forgotten Also I have to say I have seen some spoilers for how Charles and Sir are portrayed in the ASOUE show and I m thrilled So overall I have The Boy Who Would Not Say His Name loved rereading these four books in the series I can t wait to continue rereading of themater but jus rereading these first four has been SO GREAT And I promise that my ASOUE videos will start going up soon Favorite insight It is much much worse to receive bad news through the written word than by somebody simply telling you and I m sure you understand why When somebody simply tells you bad news you hear it once and that s the end of it But when bad news is written down whether in a etter or a newspaper or on your arm in felt tip pen each time you read it you feel as if you are receiving the news again and again. Oke where his head should be a hypnotist a terrible accident resulting in injury and couponsI have promised to write down the entire story of these three poor children but you haven't so if you prefer stories that are heartwarming please feel free to make another selectionWith all due respectLemony Snicket.

T turns 18My kids are still enjoying the series and we plan to finish all the books After our break we started book five and it s promising so far4 This is perhaps the most anxiety inducing book in the most anxiety inducing series of all timeThere is something about the particular Count Olaf evil plan hijinks in this book that is SO MUCH WORSE to me than all the others It s not so much fun villainy to me as it is extremely stressful stuff of nightmares So not necessarily the most consistently pleasant reading experienceHOWEVER there is a really cool part of this book The Baudelaire orphans up to this point have very narrow and consistent ike specializations What do you call the constant semi adult ish habits and passions of a child I do not know Anyway Violet invents Klaus reads Sunny bitesIn this book Violet reads And Klaus invents It s kind of a fun thing of The Hunger Within like hey children of the world you do not need toimit yourself You can be good at a Between Two Skies lot of things even if someone is better at them than you WoohooCount Olaf s role in this book is veryimited and therefore not as AMAZING as he normally is in the other books villain wise But there are some great characters in this one I Witch-Hunting in Seventeenth-Century New England love Phil Also there is a gay partnership in this book and no one can tell me otherwise and so thereBottomine Not the best book in this series Maybe the worst But still fabulouswonderfulamazingIlovethisworldsomuchohmygod The books I read the Nude Girls Photography Presents Ass Pussy From Behind - Compilation Vol. 5 less Iike this series I m now 100% positive that I didn t read these books as a child Perhaps if I did I would The Dolce Diet like them better now but unfortunately I feelukewarm at best about this series I just feel Brave Enough like these stories go around and around in circles and I m uite tired of it Iike the kids but the story just isn t working for me any This was probably my This series is too perfect and it hurts my eyes Get it GET IT Because of all the eye symbols in the book OMG I M SO FREAKISHLY HILARIOUS To myself at Spunk least shhhh So I particularly enjoyed my reread of book because it s truly dastardly And even when I first read them at 14 Ioved how dark they could get They re never graphic but they are also 500% disturbing when you really think about itSo just put this together sawmill hypnotised Baudelaires Count Olaf being evil SURELY NOTHING WILL GO WRONG AND NO ONE S LIMBS WILL BE SAWED OFF The Kafka of 238th Street legitAnd I also LOVE how the Baudelaires are forced to swap their talents It s really interesting and Iove how they never fail to work together This time Violet had to do some research and reading while Klaus invented something in a death defying momentSunny doing a sword fight with her teeth however I can t uiteI justhowDefinitely one of my favourite books in the series because IT S SO FREAKING UNFAIR Which is basically what this series is about of course Don t read it Save yourselfREAD IT The Miserable Mill continues the trend of me The Letters to the Thessalonians liking each bookess than the previous one in E the unhappiest yet Violet Klaus and Sunny Baudelaire are sent to Paltryville to work in a umbermill and they find disaster and misfortune urking behind every ogThe pages of this book I'm sorry to inform you contain such unpleasantries as a giant pincher machine a bad casserole a man with a cloud of sm.

I ike the idea of the mill but it was just okay I had the vibe of a horror movie in an old mill so I think this messed up the book for me Lol Lemony Snicket is fun it s terribly depressing and highly entertaining All the books make me feel Ivory (The Ivory Saga like I m 12 again and I curl up on the couchaughing out Never Go Back (Jack Reacher, loud and eating gummy bears This series just gets and miserable as it goes along and I justove it It still truly astonishes me how horrible the adults in these books are no matter how many times I read them The way they treat the children is absolutely appalling but I think that s part of the charm of this series The poor Baudelaires can just never get a break That s what makes this series real though because a The Temple of Death lot of the time in realife orphans do have terrible experiences and bounce around from home to home I really enjoyed my reread of this book and although this book as a whole is not my favourite of the series Count Olaf s disguise in this one is my favourite out of all of them The children head to Paltryville where they Venus Blueprint ll meet there new guardian They arrive at the Lucky Smells Lumbermill where they meet Sir the owner of the mill Sir is the Baudelaire s new guardian and the childrenearn that the mill will be there new place of employment Once again the children are told not to worry about Count Olaf and that they Shame On Her Volume 3 ll be kept safe from him The deal is this I will try to make sure that Count Olaf and his associates never go anywhere near you and you will work in myumbermill until you come of age and get all that money Is that a fair deal Life at the Bisk CPA Review lumber mill is horrible They re barely given any food to eat and they re forced to work very difficult and dangerous jobs Not only that they re paid with coupons they can t even use Klaus ends up getting hurt which breaks his glasses and when he returns from the doctor he s become hypnotized It appears that somehow Count Olaf is up to his heinous crimes again The children discover that Count Olaf has disguised himself as a secretary at the mill and they must find a way to expose him Why hello thereittle girls Count Olaf said in a ridiculously high voice as if he were really a receptionist named Shirley instead of an evil man after the Baudelaire fortune What are your names We enjoyed reading this installment in the series but it was our A Crazy Kind of Love least favorite yet Our interests in the themes are sort of getting burned out after reading this book and we decided to take a break before moving on to book five It just started feelingike the same story over and over again with the repeating plot but the addition of new characters always makes it interesting I will say that the books do seem to be getting darker and darker as they go on not only that The Medieval Forest larger with pages It s fun to see what tricks Count Olaf will be up to next but I m still wondering why he keeps coming around to steal the children when the money isn t even available until Viole. Dear Reader I hope for your sake that you have not chosen to read this book because you are in the mood for a pleasant experience If this is the case I advise you to put this book down instantaneously because of all the books describing the unhappyives of the Baudelaire orphans THE MISERABLE MILL might

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