The Miserable Mill

The Miserable Mill

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Accidents, evil plots, and general misfortune abound when, in their continuing search for a home, the Beaudelaire orphans are sent to live and work in a sinister lumber mill.
Publisher: New York : HarperCollins Publishers, 2000
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780064407694
0064407691
Branch Call Number: J FIC Snick 3558
Characteristics: 194 p. :,ill. --
Additional Contributors: Helquist, Brett

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VampireGirl10
Oct 11, 2017

I loved this book so much. My favourite part was when Violet and Sunny tried to un hypnotise Klaus. This book is my second favourite. My favourite is the Hostile Hospital. I cant wait for the next series on Netflix comes. I love the mystery and suspition this book holds.

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Erika_50
Aug 05, 2017

This one I didn't like as the previous books. I mean, this time Count Olaf and his team wanted to saw a person in pieces?? They hypnotized a Baudelaire? A really weird guy called "Sir" whose head is never seen pays his workers in *coupons*?? And why does Mr. Poe just always stand there and say to Olaf: "You're under arrest"? Every time Count Olaf just runs!! I wish the author came up with some other ways for the Baudelaires to be unfortunate than just "new home, in comes Count Olaf in disguise, he tries to get the Baudelaire fortune somehow, the three siblings outsmart him, Mr. Poe is called, Olaf runs away."

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MadelineB30
Jul 13, 2017

I liked this book because it was very interesting and kept me reading. My favourite part was when Violet and Sunny where trying to figure out how to unhypnotize Klaus by reading the book. I also liked when the baudelaire's where trying to get used to the work at the lumber mills. Overall, I have no negative feedback about this book.

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darladoodles
Feb 18, 2017

This is indeed an unfortunate episode in the Baudelaire saga. Count Olaf gets more and more crafty and continues to deceive the adults who should be protecting the orphans. 

The writing continues to be filled with dry humor while at the same time ratcheting up the tension. You just can't look away. Onward to episode #5!

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blue_bird_1730
Nov 09, 2016

lol I LOVE this book also!!!

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hopecovey
Aug 10, 2015

I really enjoyed this book!

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ZoeyAnneRayelle
Jul 26, 2015

My personal favorite of the entire series. :)

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ashfia7012
Jan 21, 2015

cool book

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sfogs
Jul 11, 2014

Yay for random big words!!

hania4987 May 30, 2014

the next adventure in the Baudelaire orphan saga ... oh my!

“To Beatrice-
My love flew like a butterfly
Until death swooped down like a bat
As the poet Emma Montana McElroy said:
'That's the end of that”

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