A Series of Unfortunate Events Box: The Complete Wreck
Some boxes should never be opened. For the first time, the complete A Series of Unfortunate Events – including the highly feared #13: The End – is available in one awful package! We can't keep you from succumbing to this international bestselling phenomenon, but we can hide all thirteen books in... show more
Some boxes should never be opened. For the first time, the complete A Series of Unfortunate Events – including the highly feared #13: The End – is available in one awful package! We can't keep you from succumbing to this international bestselling phenomenon, but we can hide all thirteen books in a huge, elaborately illustrated, shrink–wrapped box, perfect for filling an empty shelf or deep hole. From The Bad Beginning to The End, this box set, adorned with Brett Helquist art from front to back, is the only choice for people who simply cannot get enough of a bad thing! Ages 10+
Publish date: October 13th 2006
Pages no: 3243
Edition language: English
Series: A Series of Unfortunate Events 1 (#1)
I personally adore this series. I started reading this series in the second grade and I really think that is a good age range to start reading this series with. Especially for those advanced readers who are moving onto chapter books. The narrator/author exposes the reader to challenging vocabulary. ...
I should forewarn anyone who is about to read this review that it would be better for them if they didn’t. This review contains nothing but misery, despair and… nah, I’m just kidding. I was going to attempt to write a review for each of the thirteen books in this series individually but realised t...
3.5 stars. The whole series. I enjoyed them ans absolutely loved the author's humor and writing but I didn't like how nothing ever was happy...ever and I was slightly disappointed in The End. Loved seeing the children grow up especially dear sweet Sunny.
On the whole, I really enjoyed this series. It started off just seeming very silly, and by the end I felt that the series as a whole was more complex than I expected it to be. I really enjoyed the author's depictions of the three childreen growing up throughout the books. I also loved how he cons...