Best book in a series of unfortunate events
The Definitive Ranking Of The "A Series Of Unfortunate Events" BooksThis post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Learn more or post your buzz! This is probably the least believable of Count Olaf's disguises. A female receptionist named Shirley is hardly a clever disguise for a criminal mastermind. Also, if the Lucky Smells Lumbermills employees work for only coupons then how are they supposed to use those coupons if they have no money? Another unbelievable disguise but this time that disguise belongs to Sunny.
Lemony Snicket's A series of Unfortunate Events
All the Lemony Snicket Books, Ranked Best to Worst
Are you a huge fan of the Lemony Snicket series of books? Get ready to have some fun ranking every single Lemony Snicket book, right here. A Series of Unfortunate Events takes readers into a fantasy world, where siblings Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire find themselves orphans. Plenty of people have gone back and read every Lemony Snicket book, thanks in part to a popular Netflix original series that brought Lemony Snicket to the small screen. If you are one of them, what do you believe are the best Lemony Snicket books? Feel free to rank them accordingly here.
Before I picked up his books, Lemony Snicket, the genius who gave us The Series of Unfortunate Events , warned my younger self that I would be forever heartbroken, tear-streaked, and utterly devastated with how the Baudelaires' story turned out. If you didn't heed the warning signs either, then you know exactly what I'm talking about. Although these books are charming, witty, and amazingly written, each one is also seriously upsetting. Count Olaf and his greedy rage to inherit the Baudelaire fortune never ceases to break throughout the series. Sure, they may be orphans, but inventive Violet, intelligent Klaus, and the razor-sharp teethed Sunny always managed a way out of their unfortunate circumstances. Ever since the news that Netflix picked up the series for this Fall, I've been anxiously awaiting its release.