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A Series of Unfortunate Events

Lemony Snickets

By Brin J.Published 10 months ago 1 min read
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As the title says- unfortunate events never cease.

The book (and movie) begins with a chilling yet memorable opening line, cautioning not to expect a happy ending. The audience experiences hopelessness alongside the protagonists as the story hits hardship after hardship.

I don't recommend it to the faint of heart.


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Brin J.

I have a few stories and poems inside me that I want to share. Maybe, if I'm lucky, they'll reach people who'll enjoy them. 📖

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Comments (9)

  • L.C. Schäfer10 months ago

    I did try to read this book and I must be fainthearted because I couldn't hack it 😁

  • Ian Read10 months ago

    Great entry! I'd seen the movie years back, I might have to give the book a try!

  • Jazzy 10 months ago

    This was a great entry! 😊

  • Dyllon Rodillon10 months ago

    I'll forever be grateful this franchise got a very well done Netflix series, I loved these books so much.

  • ThatWriterWoman10 months ago

    I'm so glad you chose this! Nicely done!

  • Not for the faint of heart? Now that's right up my alley! Loved your review!

  • Paul Stewart10 months ago

    I never read the books, saw the film and then the Netflix series. The series was superior IMHO. Anyway, Brin, another great mini critique! Well done!

  • S. C. Almanzar10 months ago

    I never read the books, but adored the movie. I think that as a kid, it really taught me the meaning of "bittersweet". Chaos and heartbreak followed these kids, but they always had each other and never gave up. They also never gave into despair, they still wanted to trust other people and continue searching for hope, which I feel like is a good message.

  • harry henry10 months ago

    Well written!

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