This book is about the Baudelaire's living in a wood warehouse. They're meals are bubble gum and the must cut and debark many trees! But mysteriously, whenver Clause's glasses get broken, he comes back from the eye doctors, like he's been hypnotized.... read this mysterious book to fin out what happens!
this is the fourth book in the series of unfortunate events.
this is the only book in the series that didn't pull me in instantly. not because it wasn't good-no it was awsome . the only problem was that it was kind of getting to pridictable.
this chapter of the orphans life tells of their stay at a lumber mill.
the baudilair as usual, just when you think it's ok you know who and one of his counterparts show up to con their way into the baudilair fortune. this book though as i said is kinda pridictable is still worth the read as well as the entire seris.
Well, as I said about the Wide Window, it is a really funny serie...but this one nearly killed me.
I was about to have a heart attack. Poor children !
I can't stand it anymore !
Poor Sunny working as a secretary, Poor Klaus, Poor Violet, Poor Phil...damned chewing-gum diet.
So, here they go, AGAIN!!!
The three orphans are sent to live with a new gaurdian.
They haven't even seen his face due to all of the siggar smoke...that right there should tell you something... The poor children are forced to work at a lumbermill and, well...no point in ruining it for ya!
Not my favorite one but it is good for what it is...
This book is interesting but does not really have any meaning to it. It is just there for some readers enjoyment. But it is good that there is a series because it could get the readers interested to read all of them.
Looking from a grimy train window the Baudiluare orphans are riding to their next home. If that is what you can call where they were going. The fact that Count Olaf was pretending to be a woman was a little freaky to me, but the whole hypnotism thing also didn't impress me that much.
Thanks for the way it was written. The way that the orphans were convicted, and accused was thrilling. The hot air balloon that they escaped on to get away from Count Olaf's clutches on more time was the best idea the Mr. Snicket has had in the who series!
This book in the Series of Unfortunate Events was really UNFORTUNATE! It is the worst book of the whole series. Lemony Snicket does a poor job of getting the readers and keeping them. This story tells of when the orphans go to a mill to work and it is miserable just, like this book. But, there are some parts that are good for example the ending of the book is good. But, I do not recommend this book to anyone because in my opinion it is not very good.
A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Miserable Mill is not a book I would recomend. However, the series is very good if you like horror and comedy. I do recommend the series just not The Miserable Mill. I found The Miserable Mill to be quite boring.