Free Read [Fantasy Book] ✓ The Miserable Mill - by Lemony Snicket Brett Helquist Michael Kupperman ✓

  • Title: The Miserable Mill
  • Author: Lemony Snicket Brett Helquist Michael Kupperman
  • ISBN: 9780060283155
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Hardcover

  • NOW A NETFLIX ORIGINAL SERIESI hope, for your sake, that you have not chosen to read this book because you are in the mood for a pleasant experience If this is the case, I advise you to put this book down instantaneously, because of all the books describing the unhappy lives of the Baudelaire orphans, The Miserable Mill might be the unhappiest yet Violet, Klaus, and SunnNOW A NETFLIX ORIGINAL SERIESI hope, for your sake, that you have not chosen to read this book because you are in the mood for a pleasant experience If this is the case, I advise you to put this book down instantaneously, because of all the books describing the unhappy lives of the Baudelaire orphans, The Miserable Mill might be the unhappiest yet Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire are sent to Paltryville to work in a lumber mill, and they find disaster and misfortune lurking behind every log The pages of this book, I m sorry to inform you, contain such unpleasantries as a giant pincher machine, a bad casserole, a man with a cloud of smoke where his head should be, a hypnotist, a terrible accident resulting in injury, and coupons I have promised to write down the entire history of these three poor children, but you haven t, so if you prefer stories that are heartwarming, please feel free to make another selection.With all due respect,Lemony Snicket
    Lemony Snicket Brett Helquist Michael Kupperman
    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


    Cait (Paper Fury)
    This series is too perfect and it hurts my eyes. Get it?? GET IT??? Because of all the eye symbols in the book? OMG I'M SO FREAKISHLY HILARIOUS. (To myself at least shhhh.) So I particularly enjoyed my reread of book because it's truly dastardly. And even when I first read them at 14, I loved how dark they could get. They're never graphic, but they are also 500% disturbing when you really think about it.So just put this together: sawmill + hypnotised Baudelaires + Count Olaf being evil = SURELY [...]

    Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin
    I like the idea of the mill but it was just okay. I had the vibe of a horror movie in an old mill so I think this messed up the book for me. Lol.

    This is perhaps the most anxiety-inducing book in the most anxiety-inducing series of all time.There is something about the particular Count Olaf evil plan hijinks in this book that is SO MUCH WORSE to me than all the others?? It’s not so much “fun villainy” to me as it is “extremely stressful stuff of nightmares.”So not necessarily the most consistently pleasant reading experienceEVER there is a really cool part of this book! The Baudelaire orphans, up to this point, have very narrow [...]

    Lemony Snicket is fun, it's terribly depressing and highly entertaining. All the books make me feel like I'm 12 again, and I curl up on the couch, laughing out loud and eating gummy bears.

    Cece (ProblemsOfaBookNerd)
    I adore the development of the Baudelaire kids in this book. That's easily my favorite part. This is also, of all four of my rereads, the book I remembered least so it was fun to really rediscover a lot of the plot elements that I had forgotten. Also, I have to say I have seen some spoilers for how Charles and Sir are portrayed in the ASOUE show and I'm thrilled. So, overall, I have loved rereading these four books in the series. I can't wait to continue rereading more of them later but jus rere [...]

    The more books I read, the less I like this series. I'm now 100% positive that I didn't read these books as a child. Perhaps if I did, I would like them better now but unfortunately I feel lukewarm at best about this series. I just feel like these stories go around and around in circles and I'm quite tired of it. I like the kids but the story just isn't working for me anymore. This was probably my least favourite book so far but thinking about it now, the mill was probably one of the stronger st [...]

    Ashley Daviau
    This series just gets more and more miserable as it goes along and I just love it! It still truly astonishes me how horrible the adults in these books are no matter how many times I read them. The way they treat the children is absolutely appalling but I think that's part of the charm of this series. The poor Baudelaires can just never get a break! That's what makes this series real though because a lot of the time in real life, orphans do have terrible experiences and bounce around from home to [...]

    Mark Lawrence
    The Miserable Mill continues the trend of me liking each book less than the previous one in this series. Don't get me wrong - it's still a fun read with plenty of cleverness and wit, and Celyn still seems to be enjoying me reading her the stories. It's also worth noting that this volume has the lowest average rating on of all 13 books in the series, so I'm hopeful things will improve. In this book the established formula is applied with little or no variation. The bad point, for me, though was [...]

    Aimee Meester
    a baby uses her teeth to sword fight with a grown woman and and actual sword so really that's all you need to know about why this is a great book

    Georgina Ortiz
    Favorite insight: It is much, much worse to receive bad news through the written word than by somebody simply telling you, and I'm sure you understand why. When somebody simply tells you bad news, you hear it once, and that's the end of it. But when bad news is written down, whether in a letter or a newspaper or on your arm in felt tip pen, each time you read it, you feel as if you are receiving the news again and again.

    3.8My least favorite ASOUE book so far. Same style, but different situations. I think the Baudelaire children can really look out for themselves, so the plot needs to get more in depth. Just like the previous book, "The Wide Window", this series is trying to take a darker and more mature lane so I guess children below 8 years old will not appreciate this book. Nevertheless, it was still a fun read on my part. Still charming and full of misadventures. It's interesting to see what Count Olaf is up [...]

    UPDATE: 19/Jan/2017The review from before is wrong because yes I still liked this book but now that I've read all of the books this one is my least favourite.6/Dec/2016I liked this book much more than I expected. It was different from the others and that made me like it.

    Jason Koivu
    Miserable indeed. Unfortunately this book in A Series of Unfortunate Events takes its title too literally. I enjoyed the first book and love the concept of put-upon children succeeding with no foreseeable hope on the horizon. However, the execution is too formulaic, mill-like if you will. I can put up with the repetition, because the author's bits of wit keep it fun, but this had less wit and more formula than the first three.

    This installment somehow bothers me, this series is a children's book and to write something a little too horrifying for kids is just a "mehh" for me. First, the Baudelaire guardian is basically the cruelest and most useless person ever, the same thing can also be said to Mr. Poe (except he's not cruel, only an idiot)I don't think I'll read the fifth book soon, but I'll definitely continue the series.

    These books are clever and my children enjoy them. They make our trips up North go by more quickly but I'm not sure I'm going to be able to hang in for all twelve!

    This one has always been my least favorite of the series

    Alex Farrand
    3.5 starsThe Miserable Mill is the forth book of A Series of Unfortunate Events. The three orphans, Violet, Klaus, and Sunny, are sent again to a new home that was acquired by Mr. Poe, their guardian. Will the three children finally escape the clutches of Count Olaf, and his dastardly crew? Could Violet, Klaus, and Sunny find their perfect home? Lemony Snicket (author and narrator) states that you can find out a lot of information about a book by it's first sentence, but the title of the novel c [...]

    Richard Denney
    3 STARSThis wasn't as good as the first three, that's for sure. I'm hoping that the 5th redeems the fourth and that it's more exciting than this one was. I did love that Count Olaf was in drag haha I'm interested to see how they adapt this one considering it was kind of boring and really felt like a filler book to be honest. I still enjoyed it though. :)Now on to "The Austere Academy"!! - Richard

    And so another series I started and never got round to finish is returned to. Carrying on my challenge to finish series I started and some how never got round to finishing I have now started back on the Series of Unfortunate Events. I think for me there were a few reasons why I lost motivation with this series - the first is the constant reminders of how bad, how unfortunate, now depressing how (you get the idea) terrible the life of the Baudelaire orphans has got and is yet to get. I understand [...]

    Rebecca McNutt
    The Miserable Mill is my favorite in this series so far. Does anybody recall the criminally underrated 1995 film The Mangler? Well, this book is quite similar. When the orphans find themselves at the doors to the creepy Lucky Smells Lumber Mill (what the hell was Lemony Snicket on when he made that name up???), they find that despite the deplorable conditions, at least Count Olaf is nowhere to be seen but as usual, they can't evade the grim happening in their situation forever.

    Maine Caulfield
    These children are going to need therapy.

    3.5/5I really wanted to love this one because sounded so much more interesting and exciting that all the others but unfortunately I ended up liking it less.The theme of the mill and the hypnosis was so cool at first but the development didn't convince me.This book for me had a lot of potential and the idea was super cool, there's a little horror vibe and of course it was kept low and simple and not too much scary because it's meant for kids but the story was a little repetitive throught the book [...]

    I'm not sure I have adequate words to describe my reaction to this book.I think I need more time to digest. I feel like I stepped out of the Twilight Zone, and I'm suffering from a rare form of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.EDIT: I have now changed my final rating to three stars. After reading book 5, it's become clear to me that the pacing and tone of this book is far too irrepressibly dreary, even for an unhappy story like the Baudelaire's. It felt a lot like being battered by a particularly [...]

    Actual rating: 4.5 starsI think this has been my fave in the series so far!

    3.5 stars!

    This was probably my least favorite so far :/ I still think I will continue on though because I have heard the next one is better :) Plus these are such quick reads to me so I don't mind giving them a try!

    It's been a while since I had time to write a review here on GR since life and college have gotten in the way. Anyway, let's try to get back on track and make life a little brighter with more reading. “Just knowing that they could read made the Baudelaire orphans feel as if their wretched lives could be a little brighter.” Another Baudelaire unfortunate life stories. Once again they are put under the ~protection of a terrible guardian; this time, they also have to work in the Miserable Mill. [...]

    i can't believe all these people truly went and let a baby work at a lumbermill. A BABY. at a LUMBERMILL. i don't think i can get over this (that and the fact that someone then went and fought said baby with a SWORD. and didn't even win?! and got herself impaled on a saw good riddance bitch for that matter)

    Leah Jay

    An eye doctor called Dr. Orwell. Yes.

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