La sinistra segheria è probabilmente quello che racconta le vicende più infelici degli orfani Baudelaire. Violet, Klaus e Sunny sono spediti a lavorare in una segheria a Meschinopoli, dove incontrano sciagure e disgrazie dietro ogni tronco d'albero. Sono spiacente di informarvi che le pagine di questo libro contengono cose assai sgradevoli, come ad esempio una gigantesca sega circolare, una pentola assordante, un uomo con una nuvola di fumo al posto della testa, un ipnotizzatore, un terribile incidente con feriti, e tanti buoni sconto. Io ho giurato di scrivere l'intera storia di questi tre poveri ragazzi. ma voi non siete obbligati a leggerla, e se preferite storie più piacevoli, sentitevi liberi di sceglierne un'altra.
- ISBN: 8862562594
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 160
- Data di uscita: 26-08-2010
The children head to Paltryville where they'll meet there new guardian. They arrive at the Lucky Smells Lumbermill where they meet Sir, the owner of the mill. Sir is the Baudelaire's new guardian and the children learn that the mill will be there new place of employment. Once again, the children are Leggi tutto
The Miserable Mill continues the trend of me liking each book less than the previous one in this series. Don't get me wrong - it's still a fun read with plenty of cleverness and wit, and Celyn still seems to be enjoying me reading her the stories. It's also worth noting that this volume has the lowe Leggi tutto
This is perhaps the most anxiety-inducing book in the most anxiety-inducing series of all time. There is something about the particular Count Olaf evil plan hijinks in this book that is SO MUCH WORSE to me than all the others?? It’s not so much “fun villainy” to me as it is “extremely stressful stuff Leggi tutto
I like the idea of the mill but it was just okay. I had the vibe of a horror movie in an old mill so I think this messed up the book for me. Lol.
Lemony Snicket is fun, it's terribly depressing and highly entertaining. All the books make me feel like I'm 12 again, and I curl up on the couch, laughing out loud and eating gummy bears.
The Miserable Mill (Series of Unfortunate Events #4), Lemony Snicket The Miserable Mill is the fourth novel of the children's novel series A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket. In this novel, the Baudelaire orphans live with the owner of Lucky Smells Lumber Mill. The book was published on Leggi tutto
I adore the development of the Baudelaire kids in this book. That's easily my favorite part. This is also, of all four of my rereads, the book I remembered least so it was fun to really rediscover a lot of the plot elements that I had forgotten. Also, I have to say I have seen some spoilers for how
The more books I read, the less I like this series. I'm now 100% positive that I didn't read these books as a child. Perhaps if I did, I would like them better now but unfortunately I feel lukewarm at best about this series. I just feel like these stories go around and around in circles and I'm quit Leggi tutto
This series just gets more and more miserable as it goes along and I just love it! It still truly astonishes me how horrible the adults in these books are no matter how many times I read them. The way they treat the children is absolutely appalling but I think that's part of the charm of this series Leggi tutto
Favorite insight: It is much, much worse to receive bad news through the written word than by somebody simply telling you, and I'm sure you understand why. When somebody simply tells you bad news, you hear it once, and that's the end of it. But when bad news is written down, whether in a letter or a Leggi tutto
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