Murder! Murder!

Why is this Night Different from all Other Nights? ~ Lemony Snicket

Hello everyone!

I’M BACK!!! Wow, it’s been ages since I’ve posted… I hope you had a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! I’m finally back with a review on the last book in the All the Wrong Questions series by Lemony Snicket. Enjoy!

There’s been a murder on The Thistle of the Valley, the only train that passes through Stain’d-by-the-Sea, and Lemony Snicket is on the case. S. Theodora Markson is the suspect, and yet Snicket believes she has been railroaded – a word which here means framed for murder. There are three witnesses to the crime who Snicket thinks have been blackmailed – a word which here means forced to do something or else something bad will happen to you. And there is a girl on the train, a girl with green eyes below eyebrows curled like question marks and a smile that could mean anything. Somehow it all links back to Hangfire (aka ‘the bad guy’) and Snicket must find a way to stop his evil plan and solve the case. Will he succeed or will Hangfire win and take control over Stain’d-by-the-Sea forever?

This. Book. Is. Amazing. Although I didn’t like the ending (I never seem to like the ending…) the stuff in the middle was really good and at a few points in the book my mouth was gaping with shock or I was wriggling with excitement. I ploughed through this book quite quickly, so I’m sure it won’t ever leave you bored. It’s so good! My favourite character is probably still Moxie Mallahan (she’s been my favourite character throughout the series) but I do like Kellar Haines, and I totally think him and Moxie would be a cute couple! All I can really say is READ THIS BOOK RIGHT NOW because it was so awesome. But don’t forget to read the first three too! Book 3 is probably my favourite of all of them.

Simi Star rating: **** (4 stars)

P.S. This is my 75th post!


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