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The Ersatz Elevator - Community Reviews back

by Brett Helquist, Lemony Snicket
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DanySpike rated it 2 years ago
3.5 stars!! The story is finally picking up the pace! At last we have a glimpse of something other than the now typical cycle:1.- The Baudelaires have a new home2.- Count Olaf appear in disguise with an evil plot3.- Nobody believes the children, even though Olaf's disguise is ridiculous.4.- Olaf's p...
As the page turns..
As the page turns.. rated it 3 years ago
❝ Violet, Klaus and Sunny were standing with Mr. Poe in front of an enormous apartment building on Dark Avenue, a street in one of the fanciest districts in the city.❞ Book 6 of the Baudelaire's misfortune takes them back to the city and under the care of Mr. and Mrs. Squalor: Esmé and Jerome. This...
KatiEllenReads rated it 4 years ago
Once again the life of the Baudelaire orphans is put in danger. 667 Dark Avenue is their new home, Esme Squalor, the city's sixth most important financial advisor don't you know, and her husband Jerome are their new guardians. Living in the penthouse apartment that seems to defy the laws of any rati...
MyBookyLife rated it 4 years ago
A massive twist
Jenny's Book Bag
Jenny's Book Bag rated it 5 years ago
4 stars
Jenny's Book Bag
Jenny's Book Bag rated it 5 years ago
4 stars
deborahmarkus7 rated it 6 years ago
Yay! Tim Curry is back reading to us!Sorry, I'm tired. That's my review.
The Book High
The Book High rated it 6 years ago
This is a tough one to rate, and really makes me wish the 1/2 stars showed. I liked it more than #4, to which I gave 2 stars, but less than #5, to which I gave 3...I was disappointed that this was back to being not so fun. I'm usually completely willing to suspend my disbelief, especially when the...
Kribu rated it 6 years ago
This, together with the previous book in the series, are still quick and rather short reads, but they feel considerably more filling - there's more plot (quite a bit more plot by now) and less repetition. It's still very much relying on the same formula in many ways, but it's not a problem, especial...
Devlin Scott
Devlin Scott rated it 6 years ago
The sixth book, The Ersatz Elevator, is highly fantastical but certainly entertaining. This also seems to be the book that begins to pull the series together.Devlin
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