La Habitacion de Los Reptiles (Una Serie de Catastroficas Desdichas, #2)
Publish date: September 7th 2004
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
Series: A Series of Unfortunate Events 1 (#2)
~*Full series overview here on The Bent Bookworm!*~The Reptile Room starts off (after the necessary doom-and-gloom letter from the narrator, of course) on a much better note for the Baudelaires. At last it seems they may be going to live with someone who genuinely cares for them and has their best i...
3.5 stars. I do really enjoy his mechanic of explaining the meaning of words within the context of the story.
❝ Because Violet, Klaus, and Sunny, sitting in a small, cramped car and staring out the windows at Lousy Lane, were heading toward even more misery and woe.❞ Being true to my promise I keep reading these books. The "Reptile Room" is the second book in the "Series of Unfortunate Events". I felt real...
2.5/5 starsIn the second book of the series I still had a difficult time with the writing style. I want to like it, I understand that the book is targeted towards children and not adults. I just have a hard time believing that even children would have a difficult time with some of these words Snicke...
Nothing really happened in book two. I remember trying to read this series years ago when I was in middle school and can see why I stopped two or three books in. Even listening to them now I don't know how far I'll get. The three siblings are now living with Montgomery Montgomery, another uncle w...
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