The miserable mill

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Scholastic, 2001 - Brothers and sisters - 194 pages
3 Reviews
Accidents, evil plots, and general misfortune abound when, in their continuing search for a home, the Baudelaire orphans are sent to live and work in a sinister lumber mill.

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Review: The Miserable Mill (A Series of Unfortunate Events #4)

User Review  - Kori Johnson - Goodreads

I didn't like it quite as much as the Reptile Room, but the writing was still perfect. Lemony Snicket's analogies always make me laugh. And the words he uses make my spine tingle up and down. Maybe it's because I'm a writer? I don't know. But I do know that I adore his writing style. Read full review

Review: The Miserable Mill (A Series of Unfortunate Events #4)

User Review  - Aprille - Goodreads

It all starts like the way it begins in the previous books, meeting their new guardian. This was around the time I started to get tired of reading the series, coz the plot and pattern is so predictable. Read full review

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