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Daniel Handler
Daniel Handler (born February 28, 1970) is an American author. He is best known for his work under the pen name Lemony Snicket. [wikipedia] show more
Daniel Handler (born February 28, 1970) is an American author. He is best known for his work under the pen name Lemony Snicket.
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Birth date: 28-02-1970
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Blah, Blah, Blah, Book Blog rated it 4 years ago
When I requested this book on NetGalley, I did understand it was an adult book, but of course my love for A Series of Unfortunate Events guided my decision. After all, years ago I stood in line for hours to get Lemony Snicket’s autograph, err, I mean, I did it with my friend, so her young son could ...
EpicFehlReader
EpicFehlReader rated it 4 years ago
I'm telling you why we broke up, Ed. I'm writing it in this letter, the whole truth of why it happened. Min Green and Ed Slaterton are breaking up, so Min is writing Ed a letter and giving him a box. Inside the box is why they broke up. Two bottle caps, a movie ticket, a folded note, a box of matche...
Figgy O'Connell
Figgy O'Connell rated it 5 years ago
Actual rating 3.5 starsWhen trying to think of something to compare We Are Pirates to, the closest thing that comes to mind - in terms of dark humour, characters, and world building - is American Beauty.The book itself isn't quite what the blurb suggested, with the actual piratey adventure beginning...
Remember When the Music
Remember When the Music rated it 5 years ago
Although I consider young adult fiction to be a guilty pleasure of mine, sometimes I don’t feel quite so guilty about it. Despite the fact that Daniel Handler’s YA novel Why We Broke Up feels even more juvenile than most picks from the young adult genre because it is a picture book (artist Maira Kal...
A Reading Vocation
A Reading Vocation rated it 5 years ago
I'd been wanting to read this book for a long time, but I was somewhat disappointed when I finally got to it. The format is intriguing--a set of letters connected to "objects" (matchbox, movie poster, etc.) that a girl returns to her ex-boyfriend at the end of the relationship. First I had to suspen...
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