This story is one that you dive right into, (or do you). Snicket writes about himself as young man searching for answers to questions that shouldn't be asked and questioning the obvious - or is it? Done in his own dark style, an entrancing read.
This book is about a girl in a family that doesn't want her, but finds a power of her own, telekinesis. Using her newfound abilities, Matilda hopes to change the ways of her awful parents and harsh principal.
They all cry. You just have to bend them to the breaking point, at least, that was how things went before Mrs. Ivanovich. Things begin to escalate beyond the name-change game to classroom flooding and a snowball fight. The twist, boys vs. girls.
Georgia's looking to prove to everyone that she is nothing like her brother (who had no regard for the rules), she's out to set the record straight. Having a girl narrating the series makes it appeal more to girls.
Fisher returns with a field trip to Hollywood, the perfect time to visit his movie star clone and thwart the evil Dr. Devilish. Along with Amanda (crush), and Two, Fish is set for the adventure of a lifetime.
This tale was kinda odd. This boy, Riley, is apprenticed to this guy who wants him to kill a man but he's stopped by a man from the future who takes him to present day, but they're pursued by Riley's Master who's trying to find a key to take over the world.
After moving to Alcatraz for his father's job, Moose is forced to watch his autistic sister, who gets him in trouble throughout the book. This book is an interesting look at how an autistic family member affects everyone and the history of Alcatraz.