The End

The End

eBook - 2007
Average Rating:
44
13
3
 …
Rate this:
Lost at sea, the Baudelaire orphans, along with the evil Count Olaf, wash up on the shore of an island populated by an oddly placid group of inhabitants, and they try to decide whether or not they are truly safe. Like an off-key violin concert, the Roman Empire, or food poisoning, all things must come to an end. Thankfully, this includes A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket. The thirteenth and final installment in the groundbreaking series will answer readers' most burning questions: Will Count Olaf prevail? Will the Baudelaires survive? Will the series end happily? If there's nothing out there, what was that noise? Then again, why trouble yourself with unfortunate resolutions? Avoid the thirteenth and final book of Lemony Snicket's international bestselling series and you'll never have to know what happens.
Publisher: Pymble, NSW ; New York, NY : HarperCollins e-books, 2007.
ISBN: 9780061285714
0061285714
9780061285707
0061285706
Characteristics: 1 online resource.

Opinion

From the critics


Community Activity

Comment

Add a Comment

l
leila_05
Jul 20, 2017

Finally at the end!!!!!!!!!!!! I loved all of the secrets that Violet, Klaus, and Sunny discover in this ending chapter to the series. TBH, I actually want to be part of the V.F.D world now. although the ending was sad, and the colony frustrating, i do think that this is a really good book, and i loved every chapter of it, especially the first part of the tongue tying chapter nine. I recommend reading "the unauthorized autobiography" and "all the wrong questions" also by Lemony Snicket.

d
darladoodles
Apr 21, 2017

This books in this series grew in depth and in their sense of humor as we moved from Episode One to Episode Thirteen. There are many real life concepts that are addressed in the books and even more so in the last one. Life is messy and as kids read the Series of Unfortunate Events they watch the Baudelaire orphans bump up against one unhappy ending after another. They do not give up and the ending gives closure without seeming to be unrealistic.

AL_TIEGAN Jan 27, 2017

As the series progresses, the books just seem to get worse and worse. It's always the same thing - adults are morons and can't tell Count Olaf is in a poor disguise and the kids have to pull some smarts to escape to be sent to their next relative.... The ending of this series was just awful.. I had seriously hoped for something better for a reader who had stuck with the entire series to the end, but it is just poor. I honestly wouldn't recommend reading past the first couple of books, because the quality decreases and the ending is extremely disappointing for 13 books.

a
asingh33
Sep 29, 2016

very good book

g
Geode1010
Jul 24, 2016

Somewhat predictable and not a great ending

m
melteh
Jul 14, 2016

This book is very educating becaus e the story is very true and that you can learn some new words in it and if you like this book u should also read the sisters grimm

i
ilatov
May 22, 2016

Even though I am an 31 old adult, and the book is aimed at young teens, I found it enjoyable, but at the same time frustrating. I was expecting some explanation about VFD, the schism and I was upset that my favourite characters, the Quagmire triplets do not participate in their quest (and many other characters like Mr. Poe, Jerome Squalor disappear as well). So I liked it, but those characters that come and go (mostly go) were important parts of the plot and I regret that the author decided not to use them anymore.

aavishkakumar Jan 21, 2016

Finally finished this series after so many years! My goodness,i have never read such a complicated series. Personally, I just thought the series was average. The very end was interesting though. Especially regarding Count Olaf and Kit Snicket. After the ending I did some research on them and thought wow!

OPLKids Aug 17, 2015

My favourite part was when Count Olaf had agreed to help Kit Snicket when she was pregnant. It really surprised me that he agreed since he tried to marry Violet in a play by Al Funtcoot (anagram of Count Olaf), hypnotized Klaus and so many other things!

a
Andrew_Bandrew
Jul 17, 2015

This book is AMAZING. read it and you will think the same

View All Comments

Age Suitability

Add Age Suitability

navy_shark_215 Apr 03, 2015

navy_shark_215 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 12

mill701 Oct 12, 2014

mill701 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over

white_tiger_505 Aug 11, 2014

white_tiger_505 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

red_fox_877 Jun 28, 2014

red_fox_877 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 14 and 15

yellow_cobra_71 Jun 21, 2014

yellow_cobra_71 thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over

g
green_beaver_508
Mar 11, 2014

green_beaver_508 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 99 and 29

black_leopard_17 Aug 24, 2013

black_leopard_17 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 9

red_raccoon_39 Jun 11, 2013

red_raccoon_39 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 15

green_rabbit_140 Sep 15, 2012

green_rabbit_140 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over

s
Sungmi, H. Choi
Feb 21, 2012

Sungmi, H. Choi thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

View All Ages

Quotes

Add a Quote

kitty124963 Jul 10, 2012

"In any case, this is how all our stories begin, in darkness with our eyes closed, and all our stories end the same way too,with all of us uttering some last words— or perhaps someone else's—before slipping back into darkness as our series of unfortunate events comes to an end."

Captain_America May 21, 2011

"We don't want to be your henchfolk." Klaus said. "We just want to be safe."
"Nowhere in the world is safe." Count Olaf said.
"Not with you around." Violet agreed.

Captain_America May 21, 2011

"This isn't fair." Klaus said finally, but he said it so quietly that the departing islanders probably didn't hear. Only his sisters heard him, and the snake the Baudilaires thought they would never see. again and of course Count Olaf who was huddled in the large, ornate bird cage like an imprisoned beast and who was the only person left to answer him.
"Life isn't fair," he said in his undisguised voce and for one the Baudilaire orphans agreed with every word the man said.

Summary

Add a Summary

p
PriaCuz
Jul 16, 2015

3 Orphans 14,12 and 3 run away from a villain 13 times and he finally gives up chasing their fortune and dies

d
Dojo123
Oct 26, 2014

Three orphans who never gave up. A must read!

Notices

Add Notices

a
alysonlee
Dec 15, 2013

Other: So sad.

a
alysonlee
Dec 15, 2013

Violence: Lots of people die. Harpoon gun is used. Overall kinda scary. But really good still.

Explore Further

Browse by Call Number

Recommendations

Subject Headings

  Loading...

Find it at WPL

  Loading...
[]
[]
To Top