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By Lemony Snicket

Warning: Your day becomes very darkish - and doubtless damp - should you learn this book.

Plan to spend this spring in hiding. Lemony Snicket is again with the 11th ebook in his manhattan occasions bestselling a sequence of unlucky Events.

Lemony Snicket's saga concerning the captivating, clever and grossly unfortunate Baudelaire orphans keeps to impress suspicion and melancholy in readers internationally. within the 11th and such a lot alarming quantity but within the bestselling phenomenon a sequence of unlucky occasions, the intrepid siblings delve extra into the darkish secret surrounding the dying in their mom and dad and the baffling VFD organisation.

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Inside of moments the 4 volunteers overlooked the Queequeg, after which of each other. Had the grotto been outfitted with a few kind of lighting fixtures process, because it as soon as had, the kids may have visible a couple of issues. they may have spotted the mosaic at the grotto floor—thousands and hundreds of thousands of colourful tiles, depicting noble occasions from the early heritage of a mystery association, and photos of recognized writers, scientists, artists, musicians, philosophers, and cooks who had encouraged the organization’s participants. they could have obvious a major, rusted pumping computing device, which was once capable of drain the whole grotto, or flood it with seawater back, in mere mins. they could have gazed upward and obvious the pointy angles of assorted Vertical Flame Diversions and different mystery passageways that after led all of the approach as much as the marine study heart and rhetorical recommendation carrier, or perhaps noticed the individual that was once utilizing one of many passageways now, and possibly for the final time, as she made her tricky and darkish means towards the Queequeg. yet as a substitute, all of the young ones may well see via their small round home windows used to be darkness. The Baudelaires had obvious darkness sooner than, of course—darkness in mystery passageways and tunnels, darkness in deserted structures and empty streets, darkness within the eyes of depraved humans, or even darkness in different caves. yet by no means ahead of had the orphans felt so thoroughly at midnight as they did now. they didn't be aware of the place they have been, even though as soon as Violet felt, very in brief, her ft brush up opposed to anything very gentle, like a tile equipped firmly opposed to the floor. they can now not inform the place they have been going, even if after it slow Klaus had a suspicion that the present had spun him so he was once touring the wrong way up. and so they couldn't inform once they might arrive, even if at times Sunny observed, via her diving helmet, a tiny dot of sunshine, very similar to the tiny dots Captain Widdershins stated they might look as at the sonar display of his submarine. The Baudelaires drifted alongside in chilly, darkish silence, feeling afraid and stressed and unusually lonely, and while their trip ultimately ended, it was once so surprising it felt as though that they had fallen right into a deep, deep sleep, as deep and darkish because the cavern itself, and now have been being jolted wide awake. at the start, it sounded as though a bushel of damaged glass have been dropping rain at the youngsters, yet then the kids discovered that they had drifted to the skin of the water, and in a single curling, fluid movement, the tide driven them onto whatever that felt like a seashore, and the 3 siblings stumbled on themselves crawling on a slope of darkish, rainy sand. “Klaus? ” Violet referred to as via her helmet. “Are you there? What’s occurred? ” “I don’t know,” Klaus spoke back. He may perhaps simply slightly see his sister crawling along him. “We couldn’t have reached the skin of the sea—we have been very, very deep. Is Sunny with you? ” “Yes,” Sunny acknowledged, from within her helmet. “Fiona? ” “I’m here,” got here the voice of the mycologist. “But the place are we? How will we nonetheless be less than the skin of the ocean, with none water round us?

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