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The String Diaries (The String Diaries #1)
A family is hunted by a centuries-old monster: a man with a relentless obsession who can take on any identity.

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Lemony Snicket's work is filled with bitter truths, like: 'It is always cruel to laugh at people, of course, although sometimes if they are wearing an ugly hat it is hard to control yourself.' Or:…

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Lord Emsworth and Others (Blandings Castle, #5.5)
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