The Complete Wreck by Lemony Snicket

The Complete Wreck by Lemony Snicket
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events boxed set sounds like a bleak series of children books. Many readers will wonder how such a collection of juvenile novels made the New York Times Best-Selling List. Who can survive such dire conditions in the Baudelaire chronicles?

The survivors are the three Baudelaire orphans: Violet, Klaus and Sunny. We root for them to overcome the obstacles. We laugh at the orphans' guardians even when they make us cringe. The terrible guardians put a new meaning to the saying, “They’re so bad, they’re good.”

Here is a list of all the Lemony Snicket's books. Start with The Bad Beginning, the first in the kids series. Meet greedy Count Olaf and obtuse Mr. Poe in the book. Read the other early chapter books and follow the Baudelaire siblings' adventures straight to The End.

Read the complete boxed set of A Series of Unfortunate Events. Lemony Snicket, the author, has thirteen books from The Bad Beginning to The End. The Complete Wreck boxed set includes the A Series of Unfortunate Events titles on this web page.

The Complete Wreck

1. The Bad Beginning #1

2. The Reptile Room #2

3. The Wide Window #3

4. The Miserable Mill #4

5. The Austere Academy #5

6. The Ersatz Elevator #6

7. The Vile Village #7

8. The Hostile Hospital #8

9. The Carnivorous Carnival #9

10. The Slippery Slope #10

11. The Grim Grotto #11

12. The Penultimate Peril #12

13. The End #13

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