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read The Bad Beginning doc ✓ Paperback ò lemony snicket Å Dear ReaderI'm sorry to say that the book you are holding in your hands is extremely unpleasant It tells an unhappy tale about three very unlucky children Even though they are charming and clever the Baudelaire siblings lead lives filled with misery andDear ReaderI'm sorry to say that the book you are holding in your hands is extremely unpleasant It tells an unhappy tale about three very unlucky children Even though they are charming and clever the Baudelaire siblings lead lives filled with misery and woe From the very first page of this For some reason I had the sudden urge to re read these books so I decided to start listening to them on audiobook I have the 11th book in a physical copy but I will eventually be picking the rest of them up as well

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Book when the children are at the beach and receive terrible news continuing on through the entire story disaster lurks at their heels One might say they are magnets for misfortuneIn this short book alone the three youngsters encounter a greedy and repulsive villain itchy clothing a disas Poor Baudelaire siblings life really hasn’t been easy on them these last few days The misfortune that incessantly befell them was heartbreaking But the children are strong so strong and intelligent and brave They don’t have anyone else in the world but each otherI fell for them as deeply as I fell for A Little Princess’ Sarah How could we as readers not after beholding such tragedy?Because the orphans are so likeable which led me to care for them and their future I never wanted to stop reading Being assured that Violet Klaus and Sunny would find their happily ever after was my first preoccupationMany events conducted the lives of the Baudelaires and although they were unmistakably unhappy and antagonistic ones I found charming how much we learned about the characters from them However the story and its protagonists are not the only elements that will enthral readers I personally thought the writing style to be delightful simple but elegant and effective Without being overly descriptive it produces vivid grotesue images in the reader’s mind While I understand why some disliked the liberty the author took in interrupting the flow of events for a second or two to swiftly provide a definition for certain words or expressions literal I was never bothered by that and in fact welcomed the process I couldn’t do anything else but read this in one sitting They called to me those dear Baudelaires Blog | Youtube | Twitter | Instagram | Google | Bloglovin’

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The Bad BeginningTrous fire a plot to steal their fortune and cold porridge for breakfastIt is my sad duty to write down these unpleasant tales but there is nothing stopping you from putting this book down at once and reading something happy if you prefer that sort of thingWith all due respect Lemony Snick Up until now the three Baudelaire children have lived a fairly lavish life until a raging fire burns through their home with their parents inside Their deaths are suspicious and nobody really knows how the fire started in the first place Now they have nothing left and Mr Poe must find a relative that’s willing to take on the responsibility of caring for them “Mr Poe opened his mouth to say something but erupted into a brief fit of coughing “I have made arrangements” he said finally “for you to be raised by a distant relative of yours who lives on the other side of town His name is Count Olaf” When the children are delivered to their new caretaker Count Olaf their hope is that their life will take a turn for the better However it seems that Count Olaf’s only interest is gaining their family fortune and the Baudelaire children must find a way to protect themselves from his nasty schemes There were comical parts in the book and surely the whole story isn’t just bad events happening to the children I felt that there were positive aspects too I personally admired how the children stood together and had each other’s back They’re intelligent kids–effective problem solvers–and make the best out of the predicament they’re in Also there are many important messages about family trust embracing what you have and making the best of it For me the biggest takeaway was that justice and life in general don’t always work in our favor as the adults who are supposed to be the protectors make one mistake after another in this book It’s enough to drive one mad and reminded me of how crazy things can get when deranged people have power and control over others especially children I enjoyed the writing and thought it was really easy to follow We loved the illustrations but found ourselves wanting because there aren’t that many and mainly just at the beginning of each chapter There are freuent new vocabulary words introduced for children to learn and I appreciated the addition of them with thorough explanations “It is very useful when one is young to learn the difference between “literally” and “figuratively” If something happens literally it actually happens; if something happens figuratively it feels like it is happening If you are literally jumping for joy for instance it means you are leaping in the air because you are very happy If you are figuratively jumping for joy it means you are so happy that you could jump for joy but are saving your energy for other matters” The ending is left wide open for the second book The Reptile Room I’m really looking forward to starting the next book and reading this whole series My plan is to read them all with my kids before we start the Netflix series4You can see all my reviews wwwreadrantrockandrollcom