Book Review: The Slippery Slope by Lemony Snicket (A Series of Unfortunate Events #10)

Hey guys!
We’re getting closer and closer to the end. I just finished part 10 of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. Only 3 more books to go! Let’s see how good The Slipper Slope was…

Goodreads Cover - The Slippery Slope

Goodreads Cover – The Slippery Slope

 

The Plot:
Things seems to be getting better for our three most beloved orphans. However, they are out of luck again. Violet and Klaus have to continue their journey up the mountain alone after Count Olaf almost killed them. Poor Sunny still remains in his clutches.
Is there a way out of this misery? And what awaits them on the peak?

 

The Rating:
We’ve reached a point in the books where you devour the novel in record speed as you desperately want to find out what’s behind the big mystery. The whole VFD thing is so fascinating and with each chapter a new layer is added. I am deeply impressed how intricate the story is.
I also love how the Beaudelaire children struggle with their own identity. Are they slowly becoming villains too? Or do their good intentions justify their actions? Just another layer of a fascinating plot!
With each mystery and problem solved we find something new in need of explaining. The next installment is already waiting for me and I’m super excited to find out whether there will be a happy end for Violet, Klaus and Sunny.

The story gets even more fascinating and intricate. By now, A Series of Unfortunate Events is definitely one of my favourite book series!

 

Did you read the book? Let me know in the comments what you think!

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2 thoughts on “Book Review: The Slippery Slope by Lemony Snicket (A Series of Unfortunate Events #10)

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