The final book, the end of the end. The close, no more of these.
I was a little sad that these had finally come to an end, I felt like I was giving up a part of my childhood I had never realized I should of had until now. But this one definitely went out with a bang as was just as good as the others.
The Baudelaire’s find themselves sailing with Count Olaf, after fleeing the hotel and burning it to the ground they are trapped out the sea with him and there is no where to go. Suddenly they get ship wrecked on a island that holds a whole story of mysteries in itself. V.F.D is now scattered and with no way to know what is going on the children try to settle into a new life with the islanders, but as usual there is something wrong.
This book added a whole new twist into the series and proved that the story of their parents was far more complicated than ever let on my Snicket. This book was maddening, saddening and everything in between. For the first time in a long time the children gained some peace with this end, maybe not happiness but at least some peace.
I will make this short as well because I do not want to spoil anything, but if you really want to know how it all ends and spoil it for yourself just google it like I did.
I highly recommend this series if you haven’t read it. It is depressing and sad, but also a great read and educational as well as thought provoking. A great read and a great series, I rated this series 5/5 all across the board. Loved it so much! Highly recommend this. Okay, now I am finally done and I need to take a long break from typing because I am so exhausted after so many reviews.