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The three Baudelaires finally finish their story in a new way with more secrets revealed then ever as now the final chapter in the horrible life of the Baudelaire's come to an end. They encounter new people, new truths and more about themselves, friends and foes then ever before.
“But you can't read every story, and answer every question.”Klaus
the trick is to succumb to enough pressure that you do not drive your peers away, but not so much that you end up in a situation in which you are dead or otherwise uncomfortable.Highlighted by 42 Kindle customers
The phrase “in the dark,” as I’m sure you know, can refer not only to one’s shadowy surroundings, but also to the shadowy secrets of which one might be unaware.Highlighted by 37 Kindle customers
even though you are not in the dark about being in the dark, and so you may fall into the hole that the ballerinas have dug, which is dark, in the dark, and in the park.Highlighted by 36 Kindle customers
Of course, it is quite possible to be in the dark in the dark, as well as to be not in the dark not in the dark,Highlighted by 36 Kindle customers
“‘The night has a thousand eyes,’” Kit said hoarsely, and lifted her head to face the villain. The Baudelaires could tell by her voice that she was reciting the words of someone else. “‘And the day but one; yet the light of the bright world dies with the dying sun. The mind has a thousand eyes, and the heart but one: yet the light of a whole life dies when love is done.’”Highlighted by 35 Kindle customers
Some days are long, such as at the height of summer, when the sun shines for a very long time, or Halloween day, which always seems to last forever until it is finally time to put on one’s costume and demand candy from strangers,Highlighted by 30 Kindle customers
happiness is an acquired taste, like coconut cordial or ceviche, to which you can eventually become accustomed, but despair is something surprising each time you encounter it.Highlighted by 29 Kindle customers
If you have ever peeled an onion, then you know that the first thin, papery layer reveals another thin, papery layer, and that layer reveals another, and another, and before you know it you have hundreds of layers all over the kitchen table and thousands of tears in your eyes,Highlighted by 28 Kindle customers
the gathered islanders were in the midst of an argy-bargy, a word for “argument” that is far less cute than it sounds.Highlighted by 26 Kindle customers
In this way, the story of the Baudelaire orphans is like an onion, and if you insist on reading each and every thin, papery layer in A Series of Unfortunate Events, your only reward will be 170 chapters of misery in your library and countless tears in your eyes.Highlighted by 26 Kindle customers
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