this is the first book in the series i think. everyone reads them and says they are good but i dont so much as like them. but i guess they can be a good series. i might start reading them soon. this first one i have already read. it was about the kids moving in with their uncle after their parents had just died in the accident. it was ok but i dodnt like ti too much.
A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Bad Beginning , is a wonderful book . I read this book in forth gade and I loved it . In the beginning it start off sort of sad but then it starts to become a wonderfull funny and adventurist story .
IF this is the first unfortunate events book then listen closly. These books are head acheing heat pounding amazing books. I garente if you don't read this book your never going to go threw life the same way.
it wa sawsome i loved it and the more i read the more i loved it and then when the movie came out i had to watch it ....
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i loved the book and so did all of my friends so they said.. at the beginging it was very good i thought Personally what was the meaning of the book all together voilet was a great character and was like me i thought at first...
I loved this book! It isnt the kind of book i ussually read. It is the kind of book i read for fun.
This book is about 3 children called Violet Klause and Sunny. They just became orphans. They are sent to live with their supposed uncle Count Olaf. But it turns out he is an evil dude that is plotting to take their money away from them. It is a very funny book!
This book is kinda boring and drawn out. It is about the Baudelaire children who became orphans after their parents died in a house fire. They are sent to live with a relative, Count Olaf. He turns out to be a horrible person and just wants the huge Baudelaire fortune that was given to the kids when the parents died.
It is a horrible depressing read. Just read the warning at the back of the book.
***However, this series does start getting intersting around book 5. So I declare it worth reading!!***
The Baudelaire children, Violet, Klaus, and Sunny are sent to live with their new guardian, Count Olaf, after their parents die in a fire. But all Count Olaf wants is the Baudelaire wealth. Will Violet, Klaus, and Sunny thwart the Count's plans and save their family fortune?
Although this book was quite a good book, I thought the ending was kind of lame. How the orphans go about solving their troubles was quite interesting, but in the end it seemed too easy for the "bad guys" to get away.
I have read all these books. I think this is an awesome series. This book starts out with at the beach where three children find out their parents have died. It is very good & you should read it no matter how bad the back of the book says it is!