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A Warning from the Publisher:

Imagine you are wearing a bandage that needs to be removed. Are you the sort of person who tears the bandage right off, causing an enormous amount of pain in a short instance? Or do you prefer to spread your pain out over a longer period of time, by slowly unpeeling the bandage from your injury?

If you are the first type of person, then this three-book electronic collection might be for you. All of the misery and woe available in three Lemony Snicket volumes—The Miserable Mill, The Austere Academy, and The Ersatz Elevator—have been joined into one compactly miserable package, so readers foolish enough to read about the Baudelaire orphans can be unnerved in a slightly more economical fashion.

If you are the second type of person, then volumes 4 through 6 in A Series of Unfortunate Events might be for you. Even if you unwisely choose to read them at a more leisurely pace, you will encounter such atrocities as poorly paid employees, a hypnotist, an evil scheme, a gym teacher, dripping fungus, another evil scheme, a fake accent, three mysterious consonants, a red herring, and at least one more evil scheme.

Of course, most people would prefer not to be injured at all. We salute these sensible people, who will doubtless not purchase any books by Lemony Snicket, no matter how conveniently bundled.

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A Series of Unfortunate Events Collection: Books 4-6
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May 1st, 2015
This entire series left me wanting more. It certainly a nail biter and I kept thinking that my kobo was messed up because all the books were cliff hangers! I would highly recomend this book to anybody who has found themselves stuck because they can't find anything to read!
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A seires of unfortunate events
February 27th, 2015
I really like the book because it is sorda a action book but it nomally ends well. I think lots of kids should read it. It has a great storie line and interteresting kids in it.
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The Baudelaires
February 10th, 2015
These books were the most important the Baudelaires encouter the Quagmirs and many problems arise invoving Count Olaf. Do not listen to the front of the book that's just modesty. Go inside and take a deeper look. You will see.
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