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The Miserable Mill by Lemony Snicket
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Mar 02, 11

bookshelves: books-for-tweens-teens
Read from February 28 to March 02, 2011

This was still probably 3.5 stars for me. It still contains the phrases and vocabulary building like the other books, but this one was more violent to me. It takes place in a lumbermill, where there are saw blades, so I'll leave that up to your own imagination. Pretty scary for young kids, as it was plenty vivid for my imagination. The "relative" they go to live with in this book is never explained how they're related (while in the previous books there is some obscure connection). There are 2 characters who are positive and caring towards the children, but, of course, they don't get to end up with the nice people. While I am enjoying the writing, I'm beginning to wonder if I really want to keep reading through all 13 books only to find out that it's still a miserable ending for the 3 Baudelaire orphans.
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