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  • Title: The Reptile Room
  • Author: Lemony Snicket Brett Helquist
  • ISBN: 9780060283131
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Library Binding

  • The Reptile Room begins where Lemony Snicket s The Bad Beginning ends on the road with the three orphaned Baudelaire children as they are whisked away from the evil Count Olaf to face an unknown fate with some unknown relative But who is this Dr Montgomery, their late father s cousin s wife s brother Would Dr Montgomery be a kind person they wondered Would he aThe Reptile Room begins where Lemony Snicket s The Bad Beginning ends on the road with the three orphaned Baudelaire children as they are whisked away from the evil Count Olaf to face an unknown fate with some unknown relative But who is this Dr Montgomery, their late father s cousin s wife s brother Would Dr Montgomery be a kind person they wondered Would he at least be better than Count Olaf Could he possibly be worse He certainly is not worse, and in fact when the Baudelaire children discover that he makes coconut cream cakes, circles the globe looking for snakes to study, and even plans to take them with him on his scientific expedition to Peru, the kids can t believe their luck And, if you have read the first book in this Series of Unfortunate Events, you won t believe their luck either Despite the misadventures that befall these interesting, intelligent, resourceful orphans, you can trust that the engaging narrator will make their story suspenseful and alarming as it is a true delight The Wide Window is next, and are on their way Ages 9 and older Karin Snelson
    Lemony Snicket Brett Helquist
    Lemony Snicket had an unusual education and a perplexing youth and now endures a despondent adulthood His previous published works include the thirteen volumes in A Series of Unfortunate Events, The Composer is Dead, and 13 Words His new series is All The Wrong Questions.For A Series of Unfortunate Events lemonysnicketFor All The Wrong Questions lemonysnicketlibrary

    The Reptile Room The Reptile Room is the second book in the children s series A Series of Unfortunate Events, written by Daniel Handler under the pseudonym Lemony Snicket.The book tells the story of the Baudelaire orphans, as they are sent to live with a distant relative named Montgomery Montgomery. The Reptile Room Or, Murder A Series of Unfortunate The second book in the Series of Unfortunate Events, titled The Reptile Room , is an exciting and suspenseful story This story is written by the extremely talented author, Lemony Snicket. The Trouble Begins A Box of Unfortunate Events, Books The Trouble Begins A Box of Unfortunate Events, Books The Bad Beginning The Reptile Room The Wide Window Lemony Snicket, Brett Helquist on FREE shipping on qualifying offers NOW A NETFLIX ORIGINAL SERIES Lemony Snicket s unhappy tale of the unlucky Baudelaire siblings begins with The Bad Beginning. Wild Animal Park Black Hills attraction Reptile Gardens A Black Hills attraction you ll never forget, Reptile Gardens is a specialized wild animal park featuring reptiles, amphibians, birds, and bugs for your enjoyment. Reptile In the th century the category of reptile was recognized in Europe as consisting of a miscellany of egg laying creatures, including snakes, various fantastic monsters, lizards, assorted amphibians, and worms, as recorded by Vincent of Beauvais in his Mirror of Nature In the th century, the reptiles were, from the outset of classification, grouped with the amphibians. How to build enclosures for reptiles reptile cage plans Discover how you can make the perfect reptile or snake enclosure for a fraction of the cost of custom snake cages Guaranteed ways to save money, have fun and make fantastic snake and other reptile cages with simple steps that make it so easy anyone can learn how to build cages for snakes and other reptiles. Reptile World A Letter from Steve When I was a very young boy, one of my first pets was a big green tree frog It used to live on top of my digital clock enjoying the tiny bit of warmth that it produced. Macarthur Pets Macarthur Pets offers a variety of small animals, birds, reptiles and fish for aspiring pet owners throughout the Macarthur area Our friendly and accommodating pet shop assistants will be happy to assist you with finding what you re looking for. Reptile Rescue Every animal bred is a shelter animal dead Here at Reptile Rescue we love all animals So, be it a dog, cat or reptile, any animal you buy from a pet shop or breeder does take a home away from an animal suffering in a shelter. United States Association of Reptile Keepers USARK Takes Action The United States Association of Reptile Keepers filed suit in the U.S Federal Court against the U.S Department of the Interior, challenging the Lacey Act listing of four species of constrictor snakes as injurious This is a powerful day for the Reptile Nation, as we fight to protect your rights to pursue your passion and defend your businesses against unwarranted


    Kat O'Keeffe
    These are fast reads, and I'm really invested in the overarching story, but I know I would've liked these so much more as a kid! As an adult they're enjoyable--they're darker than expected, and there's enough cleverness throughout to keep me engaged. But I'm finding myself frustrated with some aspects, like the communication failures between the kids and the adults, and the constant defining of words, which is sometimes really fun, but at other times just feels patronizing.Overall, though, I am [...]

    Jesse (JesseTheReader)
    *I'm not going to rate this, because I've already read this book & stand by my first rating of it. Even though I've read this series before & I know how unfortunate this story is, it was hard to remember all the details & everything the Baudelaire orphans go through. It seems that every time they're shown a glimmer of hope, it's taken away from them. The relationship between the siblings is incredibly beautiful. They make an unstoppable team & they each pull their weight when nee [...]

    While re-reading this series my main question is why the hell is an incompetent banker the only adult helping these children. Like where are the police or social workers????

    Cait (Paper Fury)
    As the good little fan of Lemony Snicket I am, I've decided to reread THEM ALL because I'm watching the Netflix show. And by "good little fan" here I mean "a rabidly obsessed grape who is flailing unnaturally enthusiastically at all hours because loves this series so much."So this is a reread! I was about 13 when I was first reading this series! And 10 years later and I still adore it to pieces!Although I admit this one isn't as good as the first one, just because Violet's invention was a really [...]

    Mark Lawrence
    So, Celyn and I cruised on to book 2, pausing only for breath.This book sets a pattern, a formula, that is repeated in each of the books we've read so far.The children move to a new place. All the adults are idiots. Count Olaaf arrives in disguise and at some point a selected member of his theatre troop will show up, also in disguise (someone may have been bumped off to make space for one or both of them). The children see through his disguise in an instant.The adults don't believe them.Count Ol [...]

    Cece (ProblemsOfaBookNerd)
    I love this book a lot more than the first one. I think the first book is just introduction to characters, and this one Violet especially begins to establish herself as a character which I LOVE. Also, this one remains one of the most upsetting. I'm excited to see some of these moments play out in the show (which we can now watch?? Oh my god??) because I think they have the potential to be really fun to see on screen. Onto book 3!

    I love Uncle Monty.I love Uncle Monty. I love his coconut cake. I love the Incredibly Deadly Viper. I love the movie theater and the popcorn and Zombies in the Snow; I love Monty’s house and his shaped shrubs and his plans to voyage to Peru.I love the Reptile Room (the place) and I love The Reptile Room (the book).It is unusual for me to be so teeming with love. I’m not well adjusted to it. I may overdose, or my body might reject the chemical reaction in my brain, or something. BUT I LOVE TH [...]

    Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin
    I liked this book better than the first just because I loved how Uncle Monty was with the kids. Uncle Monty was a great character too. But alas . . . And I adored Sunny's relationship with the Incredibly Deadly Viper! The end was sad of course!

    Josu Grilli
    Una notable mejora respecto al primero.En La habitación de los reptiles (¡que por fin se están publicando en español de nuevo!) podemos encontrar aparte de una edición preciosa y que te dan ganas de abrazar, una historia más compleja que la primera parte de esta saga.Mi mayor queja respecto a la primera entrega fue que los conflictos sucedían demasiado rápido, que no apenas había tensión dramática y que el mundo se quedaba sin definir. Sin embargo, en esta segunda entrega todas las co [...]

    Matteo Fumagalli
    VIDEORECENSIONE:youtu/GHxST4NWVD0"La morte di una persona casa è una strana cosa. Noi tutti sappiamo che il nostro tempo in questo mondo è limitato, e che alla fine ci ritroveremo tutti sotto un lenzuolo per non rialzarci più. E tuttavia è sempre una sorpresa quando succede a qualcuno che conosciamo. È come quando saliamo le scale al buio per andare a casa e pensiamo che ci sia un altro gradino, e invece non c'è. Il piede ricade pesantemente nell'aria, e c'è un momento di spiacevole sorpr [...]

    Sam Quixote
    Wow, this series tanked hard - and so damn soon after a great first book! I kinda expected it to dip in quality gradually, like every series does at some point, but so quickly and by so much in just the second book? That’s impressive! So the orphaned Baudelaire children, Violet, Klaus and Sunny, are sent to a new distant relative to stay with. This time it’s their Uncle Monty, who’s a herpetologist (a scientist who studies amphibians/reptiles). Then Count Olaf appears and the same charade [...]

    Mohammed Arabey
    It's a cool, cloudy gray grim dayIt's 25th January well. reminds me with the event that triggered all the Series of Unfortunate Events, that increased for many of us latelyOne of them, I read this book now in ebook format since all the book stores increased the prices cause of foreign currency crisis The book store that used to give us huge discounts as source of happiness for many changed its policy dramatically and other one closed all branches in my cityWell, as I said in book one's review, " [...]

    Kate (GirlReading)
    This series is already frustrating me so much. Why does no one listen to the kids? How is Mr. Poe allowed any responsibility? How is Mr. Poe so entirely incompetent? How can I stop becoming physically tense with infuriation every time Mr. Poe is mentioned? Will these kids ever get a break? Is the next book going to terrify me half to death like the movie did? (It's the leeches isn't it? It has to be the leeches. I'm certain the leeches must be coming) I'm infuriated, addicted and loving it. I lo [...]

    *first read Jan 21*#RYBSAT seriously though, the ending to each book in The Series of Unfortunate Events makes me cry! This ending tore my heart! Each book only gets better. I probably loved this one more than The Bad Beginning, if that's even possible. I have to say, Sunny had her shinning moments in this book and is quickly becoming my favorite character! She's just so adorable!Mr. Snicket's commentary throughout this book was awesome and so hilarious! And his writing is so poetically magnific [...]

    3.5ish Stars. I was actually liking this one a lot more than the first one right up until the unfortunate event. The unfortunate event was indeed unfortunate but that's not what made me stop liking it as much. I felt it got kind of boring and it dragged out. I did still love the writing and the majority of the storytelling though. What I found interesting though is how this Lemony Snicket storyteller keeps explaining words to his readers when in the story the adults do it but the children always [...]

    Amber Robertson
    These books are such fast reads! They also take me back to when I first read them in my last year of primary school, when life was much easier. However, reading the unfortunate events of Sunny, Klaus and Violet's life always makes my life a little better - as horrific as that is. The children face yet again more trials in The Reptile Room, while fearing Count Olaf. There is no foreshadowing as the author tells you directly who is going to die etc. Ultimately, these books are just fast reads and [...]

    Brendon Schrodinger
    In this second volume, the Baudelaire children are sent to stay with another distant relative who is a herpetologist - studies snakes, therefore the reptile room of the title. What proceeds is another adventure of mishaps and contrived situations that see the children triumph, yet not at the same time. There is nothing new to report here, I felt the same way about this novel as the last - a little bit creeped out, a lot bored. There is the explaining of words, which I do like and the hint of som [...]

    4.3An improvement compared to the first book, although it was basically the same life lessons. This was another quick read and I really loved the storyline of this one. Violet once again shows her cunning knowledge in tools and devices, Klaus's bookish personality saved their lives, and the adorable Sunny is still that too-mature-to-be-an-infant baby. Count Olaf's Stephano disguise was really funny and ridiculous as well! (view spoiler)[Mr. Monty, on the other hand, is supposed to be this great [...]

    "If one's safety is threatened, one often finds courage one didn't know one had."I like this book better than the first one. Count Olaf took the next step in pursuing the Baudelaire's treasure and it was fun!I can't help but be frustrated when no one believes the children even though they were telling the truth, but where's the fun if they did believe them right away, right?Violet, Kalaus and Sunny are one of a kind, their sibling bond is so sturdy and I don't think any unfortunate events can ru [...]

    These books are amazing. This book is a little darker than the first. It tells you right from the beginning that Uncle Monty will be killed. Other examples of darkness: p. 51 he would slit the throats of the Baudelaire orphans as easily as you or I might eat a small butter cookie. p.76 If I wanted to harm you, orphan, your blood would already be pouring down these stairs like a waterfall.p.88 The hallway was strangely quiet, and blank as the eyes of a skull.p.96 It is a curious thing, the death [...]

    Dannii Elle
    “How did you do that?” Mr. Poe asked. “Nice girls shouldn’t know how to do such things.”“My sister is a nice girl,” Klaus said, “and she knows how to do all sorts of things.”

    Richard Denney
    4 STARS!!Finished this is one day! It was a great follow up to the first and was much more dark, dreary, and funny. I also really like snakes, so I enjoyed this one a bit more than the first. When I finished it though I couldn't help but wonder HOW this series goes on to 13 books? you can only drag on the same story line for so long until it gets irritating and boring. I can't promise I'll read all 13 but I will try. Now onto the third! - Richard

    3.5. Enjoyed this much more than the first one! Uncle Monty is seriously great. I mean, I really just want to see these kids be happy, but I can’t help but wonder how Lemony Snicket can make it worse for them

    For anyone who isn't familiar with Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, it's a 13 part children's book series that follows the lives of the three Baudelaire children, Violet, Klaus and Sunny after their parents perish in a fire that destroyed their family home. Cheerful right? Honestly, it's wonderful.The story is told from the narrative perspective of Lemony Snicket. The concept, the literary devices, the language used are all wholly unique to me. The fact that Daniel Handler create [...]

    This is good light reading to pass away a quiet evening at work. For a grown man such as myself I can't ask for or expect more.It's an enjoyable sequel filled with all of the same reading pleasures (and all of the same pitfalls for the Baudelaire orphans) as novel the first. I've been reliably informed by Jay that I must read 5 of the same book before things start getting better. When using the term 'getting better' here Jay means 'the plot changes.'This episode features Uncle Monty and I think [...]

    Ashley Daviau
    I distinctly remember this book being my favourite out of the whole series as a child and after rereading it, that has definitely proven to be true! But I couldn't really tell you why it's my favourite, it just grabs me like no other in the series did! I just love the Baudelaires and how each of them are so unique yet complement each other so well in escaping Olaf time after time. I'm truly enjoying my reread of this series so much and with two books down and eleven to go, I'm already dreading m [...]

    Kira Simion
    I've read these out of order and only remember some things of a few. Shhhhh.

    Jason Koivu
    A retread of the last book, but with a less interesting, though kinder, caretaker for the forlorn Baudelaire orphans.

    The books I love and hate. I have rarely had a reaction to books like I have with these. I don't like them and yet I am compelled to read them - and their is a hint of a good plot in their somewhere. I found some of the factoids spit out in the this one kind of interesting in an animal kingdom kind of way.

    Rebecca McNutt
    Another fabulous albeit dark edition to the A Series of Unfortunate Events collection! The "this book is always going to be depressing and sad" thing gets a little gimmicky at this point, but still a modern classic in every sense of the word.

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