It's getting almost repetitive in regards to the plot. I don't know how many more of these books I can take Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Jason from The best My favorite in the entire series Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Christopher97 from Best book of the series I finished this book the same day I finished the fourth book, and so far I love this book. It's the best of the series; you finally get to see the children with people who actually can relate to them and the start of a big secret of Count Olaf. Rated 4 out of 5 by Deee from Getting more interesting.. Not that the books before weren't great, but it was around this book that it started to get even better.
It takes a turn and it's definitely worth it to keep reading! Rated 5 out of 5 by Jesse from This series is one of the best. Definitely no complaints with a book like this. But reader be warned, it is quite unfortunate. Rated 5 out of 5 by ayymy from Great but unfortunate series Love this series! I read this when I was younger and learned so many words from these books. Definitely a good read : Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Mark from funny the funniest series i've ever read! Rated 5 out of 5 by Anthony from Funny and a change in pace This book marks a turn in the series.
Things become less predictable from this point forward and new mysteries begin to come to light. Rated 5 out of 5 by Mark from humorous the funniest and most sarcastic series i've ever read Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kataryna from Great book My favourite in the series. Really well done. The plot gets so much more interesting.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Where the series takes off This is where the series really takes off and becomes addicting! Rated 5 out of 5 by JeeDee from Book 5 favourite Probably my favourite book of the series because this book introduces the secret organization to the series.
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It is also the first book where we see the Baudelaire's interact with other children. Rated 4 out of 5 by Thomas from Part Five of an Interesting Series All of my friends and I were reading these book when they came out back in our elementary school days. They were different than anything on the market, and we couldn't get enough of it.
There was always something to discuss amongst friends during the reading of this series, and all of us in particular remember the entire page on which was written exclusively, and excessively, very, very, very An excellent series to introduce to younger readers. Rated 5 out of 5 by Kwsc from Favourite series!
A Series Of Unfortunate Events #5: The Austere Academy
I started reading these books in elementary school and continued reading into my teenage years. Daniel Handler aka Lemony Snicket can twist and play with words like no other and his style is a delight to read. Although the unfortunate events are numerous, this is more than a depressing read.
The Baudelaires are truly resilient and it's inspiring and comforting all at once. Rated 5 out of 5 by Oscar from My FAV a great deconstruction of the boarding school genre as a whole, as well as a god continuation of the series. Rated 5 out of 5 by Joanna from Great The best in the series, in my opinion. Rated 5 out of 5 by Sophia from Classic Love this series.
Another great addition I loved reading. Rated 5 out of 5 by Kayla from Dark and fun! This book was great at capturing children's fears about school. As with all of the other titles in the series, it is another fun and exciting chapter in the story of Klaus, Sunny and Violet.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Stacey from Loved it! Another one of my favorites in the series Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Ken8 from Excellent I liked the middle portion of this book. Rated 3 out of 5 by Elimaera from Good Not exactly a stimulating read but this series is fun and interesting. This book was a little lacking even so, not one of my favorites.
I do hope this is not a preview of what is to come but I didn't find it a funny as the previous in the series.
There were some interesting developments though as far as some additional characters. We will have to see if this leads to anything Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from an absolute must read!!! Who wouldn't want to read the Lemony Snicket book collection, it's the best collection. The Austere Acad.
If I could read any book it would be this 1. If u haven't read any of the books, I wouldn't start with thsi 1, you wouldn't get the point of the story unless you've read books first. It is exciting, sad ,horrible ,happy, very little happines misterious and more i just must tell you to read this book because it is the best boow i have ever ever ever ever ever read and i think you will feel the same way to.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Max from One of the best books I have read in years This is an extremely good book and every other book by Lemony Snicket. He is an amazing author!! He writes down the feels of people and he also knows how to describe objects and human being every well.
I think you should read this book for your next book report because it is an easy book to understand.
If you want to know a very easy book to understand and not babyish, read: Rewind; do-over. I wanted to read an exciting series and boy i found the right one. Violet, Sunny and Klaus's life seem like the perfect setting for this series. The excitment raises whenever Count Olaf joins the story. I never let my eyes leave the page! It was that exciting. Every book in this series was. Take my advice if you want a new and exciting series read this one.
Within the pages of this book you read about these three orphans doing S.
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If there is one thing this book has its excitment. I luv all of the series of books writen by Lemony Snicket. They are the best books ever. You just have to read it.
The Series of Unfortunate Events #5: The Austere Academy
I was never bored for one second. I deeply reccomend this book and the whole series. It's awesome! Snicket up to book five and let me say that I am very impressed. The books have gotten better ever since book one. I can't wait until I read the sixth one. Was this book excellent! I could never put my eyes on anything but it. I like how the author puts lots of effort in to this book,because it turnd out great. I thought that S. E in the 7th chapter was just plane sore. E stands for Special Orphan Running Exercises.
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The orphans had to put a big circle of luminous paint on the front lawn in the dark. And because they were orphans they had to live in the orphans shack. It was treacherous! They had to put up with face snapping crabs and dripping fungus. But Violet decided to put metal on the bottom of there shoes so it can scare the crabs away. The Vice Principal Nero always mimmicks the children. If you still find this to sound perfecly normal you should hear the jobs and classes they had to attened. Error rating book.
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