Bellissimo non poteva scrivere meglio. anche im questo libro c'è il classico stile "snicket"
I still remember the fun I had when I was reading the first 7, or even 10 books in this Unfortunate Events series. Politically incorrect it may be, but I have to say the unfortunate events in those earlier books gave me quite an entertainment, while still lamenting on the suffering of the Baudelaire children and admiring the almost ingenious writing style of L. Snicket. It was fun. But the last 2 books sent me into the brooding state almost as desolate as what the poor good people have been experiencing in the books. Bedazzled by the equivocal definition of good and evil and unsatisfied about so many unexplained mysteries thrown in earlier along the development of the story, now I am more than convinced about the warning set by the author at the beginning of every book or at the back cover of every book-- you will feel miserably, utterly confused if going through the whole series. There is no sense of closure, which is a disappointment for a reader. The writing style is still very admirable, it's just, I miss the fun part way much....Continua
I really liked the way the series ended, the ideas that were given about how to look after children and everything leading up to the ending of chapter 12 with the Snake I just thought was PERFECT. I almost preferred it more than the Beatrice ending, but that was also very sweet and left me feeling very happy with the series. And yet still wanting to know more. The fact that everything changed to shades of gray, and even Olaf redeemed himself a little before the end was quite interesting. The fact that the children were seriously considering murder really showed how far the series had come and how much they'd developed. And I think, as always, Sunny had some of the most fantastic lines....Continua