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 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.