The Carnivorous Carnival (A Series of Unfortunate Events, #9)

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  • Hardcover
  • 286 pages
  • The Carnivorous Carnival (A Series of Unfortunate Events, #9)
  • Lemony Snicket
  • English
  • 19 October 2019
  • 0064410129

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The Carnivorous Carnival (A Series of Unfortunate Events, #9) Dear Reader,The Word Carnivorous, Which Appears In The Title Of This Book, Means Meat Eating, And Once You Have Read Such A Bloodthirsty Word, There Is No Reason To Read Any Further This Carnivorous Volume Contains Such A Distressing Story That Consuming Any Of Its Contents Would Be Far Stomach Turning Than Even The Most Imbalanced MealTo Avoid Causing Discomfort, It Would Be Best If I Didn T Mention Any Of The Unnerving Ingredients Of This Story, Particularly A Confusing Map, An Ambidextrous Person, An Unruly Crowd, A Wooden Plank, And Chabo The Wolf BabySadly For Me, My Time Is Filled With Researching And Recording The Displeasing And Disenchanting Lives Of The Baudelaire Orphans But Your Time Might Be Better Filled With Something Palatable, Such As Eating Your Vegetables, Or Feeding Them To Someone Else With All Due Respect, Lemony Snicket

10 thoughts on “The Carnivorous Carnival (A Series of Unfortunate Events, #9)

  1. says:

    My daughter and I adored the entire series, but this episode is my favorite It contains perhaps the funniest of Lemony Snicket s etymological digressions It marks the point where the larger story begins to evolve, where the traumatized young Baudelaire orphans first turn the tables on their arch nemesis, Count Olaf And it s also a point where both the orphans and the story mature, evolving from a good vs evil fairy tale of morbid victimhood into a subtle study of moral complexity.It s a pity My daughter and I adored the entire series, but this episode is my favorite It contains perhaps the funniest of Lemony Snicket s etymological digressions It marks the point where the larger story begins to evolve, where the traumatized young Baudelaire orphans first turn the tables on their arch nemesis, Count Olaf And it s also a point where both the orphans and the story mature, evolving from a good vs evil fairy tale of morbid victimhood into a subtle study of moral complexity.It s a pity that so many people who begin this series give up after three or four volumes But if you make it through The Carniverous Carnival, you won t want to stop

  2. says:

    The children arrive hidden in the trunk of Count Olaf s car A new turn of events they know where Olaf is and it s them who are in disguise.The good evil, noble villain theme expands The children are the spies In addition they meet and join the circus freaks who they see put to the test decent people in a hard place offered difficult choices will they act like noble people or villains The circus freaks are a test case, an example, perhaps an illustration of how Olaf s hench people am The children arrive hidden in the trunk of Count Olaf s car A new turn of events they know where Olaf is and it s them who are in disguise.The good evil, noble villain theme expands The children are the spies In addition they meet and join the circus freaks who they see put to the test decent people in a hard place offered difficult choices will they act like noble people or villains The circus freaks are a test case, an example, perhaps an illustration of how Olaf s hench people perhaps Olaf himself descended by degrees into villainy.We are tantalized withmysteries andpossible solutions we discover the secret that has allowed Olaf to find the children time and againAnd at the end the children face danger and hard choices themselves.Continues with the familiar humour, word games etc Also, Sunny continues to grow, expands her vocabulary, and starts to show an interest in cooking which becomes her thing in later books Join my 3 emails a year newsletter prizes.

  3. says:

    I loved the carnival theme this book had going, I was excited that Klaus, Violet, and Sunny dressed up in disguises to fuck up Count Olaf s shit, the mystery of V.F.D is still unsolved, one of their parents might be alive and those poor lions oh my gahhhhButHOLY MADAME LULU THAT ENDING.THAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT ENDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIING I WAS JUMPING ALL OVER MY BED AND SCARED THE SHIT OUT OF ONE OF MY DOGS This was me after reading that ending I M READY FOR BOOK 10 Richard

  4. says:

    I liked this book a lotthat I thought although everytime I am close to finding out everything it just slips form my fingertips and I have to wait for the next book.

  5. says:

    Such an intriguing addition to the story, the carnival vibes were cool

  6. says:

    De los que menos me ha gustado de la saga, pero tan guay y siniestro como siempre No esperaba menos.

  7. says:

    JANUARY 2017 RE READBumping this up from 4 stars to 5 I last read this when it first came out in 2002 So that was FIFTEEN YEARS AGO God I feel old For some reason I had it in my head that I didn t enjoy this one as much as others in the series, but I was clearly mistaken because this is a great instalment I like how books 2 7 involve Count Olaf in disguises trying to fool the Baudelaires, and books 8 and 9 involve the Baudelaires in disguises trying to fool Count Olaf Madame Lulu is a cool JANUARY 2017 RE READBumping this up from 4 stars to 5 I last read this when it first came out in 2002 So that was FIFTEEN YEARS AGO God I feel old For some reason I had it in my head that I didn t enjoy this one as much as others in the series, but I was clearly mistaken because this is a great instalment I like how books 2 7 involve Count Olaf in disguises trying to fool the Baudelaires, and books 8 and 9 involve the Baudelaires in disguises trying to fool Count Olaf Madame Lulu is a cool character, FINALLY the children are learning evenabout V.F.D., the carnival setting is funjust so many great things happening here Shout out to one of the freak show performers Kevin the ambidextrous man Also some great and not so subtle messages about prejudice I just love Daniel Handler s writing style, and his decision to create a pen name who is also a character Bravo

  8. says:

    Just dipping into this series to find out what it is all about Maybe I should have tried book 1 first but I happened on this one by accident I think if I had read this when I was a child I would have loved it Despite all the terrible things that happen to the Baudelaires there is always a feeling that they will find a way out and since I hated suspense back then this would have suited me down to the ground As an adult I enjoyed the dryness of the narrative, the slightly snarky comments and e Just dipping into this series to find out what it is all about Maybe I should have tried book 1 first but I happened on this one by accident I think if I had read this when I was a child I would have loved it Despite all the terrible things that happen to the Baudelaires there is always a feeling that they will find a way out and since I hated suspense back then this would have suited me down to the ground As an adult I enjoyed the dryness of the narrative, the slightly snarky comments and expressions which are certainly intended for the grown up readers, not the children Not too sure though about some of the content especially the treatment of the freaks Altogether I can certainly see why the series has so many followers although I do not feel the immediate need to rush out and read anymyself

  9. says:

    3.75 Similarly to book eight, this wasn t the most memorable in the series but I absolutely loved the intensity of the ending I thought the kids starting to question and doubt themselves and their actions was really interesting too This was a slightly drearier book in tone than the others, but it worked in connection to the Baudelaire s reclining and undoubtably exhausting situation I can feel the ending getting closer and I m looking forward to finally hopefully getting some answers soon 3.75 Similarly to book eight, this wasn t the most memorable in the series but I absolutely loved the intensity of the ending I thought the kids starting to question and doubt themselves and their actions was really interesting too This was a slightly drearier book in tone than the others, but it worked in connection to the Baudelaire s reclining and undoubtably exhausting situation I can feel the ending getting closer and I m looking forward to finally hopefully getting some answers soon

  10. says:

    Oh no A literal cliffhanger Don t worry, Sunny I ll rescue you Onward Swifty, to Book the Tenth

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