The Miserable Mill (A Series of Unfortunate Events, #4)

Once more the three miserable children face an impossible situation. Sadly my least favorite of the books so far.

Each child had to go a but out of their element which was new. The ‘guardian’ was a little over the top and surprisingly played a very low key role. There were two mostly useless but hopeful personalities.

The limbermill is a sad place. Miserable and coupons. It is a business hurting the little people and a greedy ridiculous boss who thinks children should work. Not good but not surprising.

Disappointing. I still thought it was okay but unlike the first 3 this one fell short. It did have a lighthearted ending which helped redeem much of the letdown.


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