Se state per gettare via questo libro e scappare il più lontano possibile, vuol dire che lo sapete già: questo volume descrive in ogni dettaglio la penosa permanenza dei fratelli Baudelaire allo Heimlich Hospital. Ci sono tante storie piacevoli da leggere, ma questa non lo è. Contiene particolari davvero pesanti, come un negoziante sospettoso, operazioni chirurgiche non necessarie, un sistema di interfono, anestesie, palloncini a forma di cuore, e alcune notizie davvero sbalorditive su un certo incendio. Chiaramente voi non avete alcuna intenzione di leggere roba simile. Ho giurato di fare accurate ricerche su questa vicenda e di scriverla meglio che posso. Età di lettura: da 9 anni.
- ISBN: 8884513251
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 224
- Data di uscita: 18-03-2004
The Hostile Hospital (book 8 of 13) is the first volume (I believe) to introduce the idea that the children themselves have to do things to survive that, while understandable, are not 'noble' when viewed in isolation. This begins in earnest the theme of noble vs villainous people that dominates to t Leggi tutto
After escaping the village of V.F.D. and freeing themselves from Count Olaf's clutches once again, the Baudelaire children are now on their own. They find themselves at a convenience store in the middle of nowhere with the hope of getting a message to Mr. Poe. The issue now is that they need to stay Leggi tutto
This is your friendly reminder that I LOVE THIS SERIES SO MUCH. This series ranks among cookies and coffee and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland for things in this world that I purely love, without complication or exception. Also, I now understand why I am the way that I am. Clearly, nine-year-old me ( Leggi tutto
The Hostile Hospital (A Series of Unfortunate Events #8), Lemony Snicket The Hostile Hospital is the eighth novel in the children's book series A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket, the pseudonym of Daniel Handler. It takes place shortly after The Vile Village and is followed by a sequel, Leggi tutto
I liked it but I feel like the main reason I'm reading this is to catch up with my reading challenge. I also want to find out about V.F.D and all the other mysteries.
The sad truth is the truth is sad. I am enjoying this series waay to much for being an adult woman who never read Lemony Snicket before 😂. Although, I must say, his sense of humour reminds me of my beloved childhood favourite, Roald Dahl! I also fell in love with A series of Unfortunate Events after Leggi tutto
This is definitely the most unique book in the series thus far. Up to this point, diversity has been a welcome change, but in this book's case it alienated me a bit. I felt this book was missing the usual charm. Maybe I just didn't like the plot this time around. The Baudelaires shed their childish
Another ‘meh’ book for me. I will say that even though it frustrates me, I can appreciate the slow burn mystery with VFD and the children’s parents. I just feel like every book creates more questions without answers and I personally don’t like that. At least give us some answers! Also, I didn’t like Leggi tutto
This was definitely a spooky addition to the series as Violet finds herself in mortal danger and Klaus and Sunny will have to be fairly quickwitted to save her. I felt that Count Olaf's posse dug deep to be extra villainous and that ending definitely intrigues me. Goodreads review published 19/02/20 Leggi tutto
4.3/5 “Tra la la, Fiddle dee dee,Hope you get well soon.Ho ho ho, hee hee hee,Have a heart-shaped balloon.” This was my last book read in 2017. Great book to end the year , to be honest. The last couple of the series weren’t too exciting nor with an interesting story, but in this one there’s once a Leggi tutto
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