Reviewed by Sreela K. (age 8)
If you read this book did you enjoy it? I enjoyed reading this book because it shows how children can escape from the evil even though if they don't have their parents on their side. My favorite part of the story is when it showed only two black pages. The darkness meant sadness and misery to me, but I knew the Baudelaire children will be safe. As I read this book I felt hurt that children are trying to survive without their parents.
I recommend this book to who ever likes woeful, sad, miserable stories. This book is in a series of woeful and exciting stories. It's great because it doesn't fully complete the problem so you have to continue to read the whole series. This series will hook your mind to the book. If you can manage such miserable stories you are welcome to read the whole woeful series!