Cari lettori, presumibilmente state guardando il retro di questo libro, o la fine de La fine". La fine de "La fine" è il posto migliore per iniziare "La fine", perché se leggete "La fine" dall'inizio dell'inizio de "La fine" alla fine della fine de "La fine", arriverete alla fine della fine della vostra pazienza. Questo libro è l'ultimo di "Una serie di sfortunati eventi", e anche se avete affrontato i dodici volumi precedenti, probabilmente non potrete sopportare sgradevolezze tipo un'orribile tempesta, una bevanda sospetta, un gregge di pecore selvatiche, un'enorme gabbia per uccelli e un segreto davvero inquietante sui genitori dei Baudelaire. Completare la storia dei Baudelaire è stato il mio solenne compito, e finalmente ho terminato. È probabile che voi ne abbiate altri, perciò se fossi in voi lascerei perdere questo libro all'istante, così che "La fine" non sia anche la vostra." Età di lettura: da 9 anni.
- ISBN: 8884518946
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 304
Okay, rant time. I've spent the last few weeks reading this series from beginning to end. I have been certainly entertained by the language, intrigued by the story-outside-the-story, as it were, and concerned for the Baudelaires. The series has been so grim that, on occasion, I had to take breaks fro Leggi tutto
This book INFURIATED me! What a lazy author. Taking us down the garden path through 12 books and then ending the series without really completing the story. As a children's librarian, I no longer recommend this series to kids. I hate to see them as disappointed as I was at this really stupid final b Leggi tutto
Endings are truly the worst part of human existence. This is saying a lot, because "human existence" is a category that contains things like "stepping in water when you have socks on" and "bad haircuts" and other excruciatingly painful experiences. But endings are the worst ones of all. And endings of Leggi tutto
May I steal the lyrics from the eponymous Door's song? This is the end Beautiful friend This is the end My only friend, the end Of our elaborate plans, the end Of everything that stands, the end No safety or surprise, the end I'll never look into your eyes...again The important thing to recognise her Leggi tutto
Like life and college, this book leaves you with more questions than answers. However, there is a satisfaction in knowing one cannot possibly know all the answers to all of the questions in the world, and neither can the Baudelaires. This book is particularly suitable for adults who have experienced Leggi tutto
The End is the final installment of A Series of Unfortunate Events. I’ve read and reviewed each book, and I have to admit this was my least favorite of all. If you plan to read this series, it may be best for you to skip my book review. At the end of the previous book, the Baudelaire orphans are lea Leggi tutto
Oy, how annoying! Twelve books! TWELVE books posing question after question and mystery after mystery with twists and intrigue and all that for what? Not answers, that's for damn sure. This book didn't tie anything together. The sugar bowl. The poison darts. The Schism. All dismissed in some silly exi Leggi tutto
The End is a very strange book because although it serves as the Baudelaire orphans's beautiful swan song, it also makes you reflect on the on the state of the world and where your life fits within it. I don't mean in a existentialist way, such as "Who am I?", "What am I doing here?" or "Why is the
Well. Snicket himself told me that no book can truly contain the end of a story, although it may describe the end of a person. I finished this book on October 13, 2007, exactly one year after it was released. It was not as funny or exciting as the last few books in the series, but it might be more
"...letting their tears run down their faces and into the sea, which some have said is nothing but a library of all tears in history." The. End. I have so many more questions than I have answers, but I think it's actually not going to drive me crazy. I love this series and it's vague, eerie, surreal Leggi tutto
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