Book Review: The Grim Grotto by Lemony Snicket (A Series of Unfortunate Events #11)

Hey guys!
We’re getting closer to the end. I just finished part 11 of Lemony Snicket’s Series of Unfortunate Events and can’t wait to get my hands on the remaining two novels!

The Grim Grotto – Goodreads Cover


The Plot:
Things seemed pretty dark at the end of part #10, The Slippery Slope. But at least for a few pages things are looking up! The Beaudelaire orphans are saved by a submarine. How convenient, right? So Sunny, Klaus and Violet team up with the crew, they are even reunited with an old friend! But Count Olaf can’t be far away…


The Rating:
By now we’re into to our neck in this huge mystery. But instead of clearing up some stuff, the Grim Grotto surprises us with unexpected plot twists and even more knots in this twisted tale.
Nothing is only black and white, we’ve reached a point where all characters are ambiguous. Not even the Beaudelairs are sure about their own identities. Which side is the good one?
Another special part about this book are the interventions by Lemony Snicket. Of course we got some comments in the other novels, but in The Grim Grotto he more actively tries to prevent the reader from sinking into misery by finding out about the future the Beaudelaire orphans have to face. It’s a really cute and unique element the book has to offer!

I really can’t wait to finally learn what VFD is all about! Only two more parts to go and The Grim Grotto fascinated me even more than the last installments.


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