"…like a watermelon in a washing machine. The count had displayed his villainous…"
|What do you mean by the 13 extra case conclusions? Weren't there only 6 cases in this book?|
Ehh, I’m not so sure I understand you. The newest book 13 Suspicious Incidents had 13 mini cases not 6 :) At the end of the book it provided you with the conclusions to each case, making 13 in total. But the thing that struck me as odd was the extra 13 case conclusions that didn’t match to any other mini case. 26 case conclusions in total. The 13 that didn’t match with a case were random and had names of people I didn’t know. Plus they were confusing as hell. Does anybody have any clarification on this?
I’m so incredibly confused. Did I read the right book? I’m pretty sure there were only 6 mini cases and 6 conclusions. Am I missing part of it? What’s going on???
"It was not so dark that I couldn’t see her strange, curved eyebrows, each one coiled over like a question mark. Green eyes she had, and hair so black it made the night look pale. She had long fingers, with nails just as black, and they poked out of a black shirt with long, smooth sleeves." - Pg. 131, “Who Could That Be at This Hour?”
Attempted my own little illustration of a scene from 'The End' as part of a practice for my most recent project.
'“If we fail,” Sunny said, her voice heavy with fungus, “at least we die reading together”. The Baudelaire orphans nodded grimly, and embraced one another.'
"…which transmits torque from an automotive engine in order to help cool the…"
How did you first find the series?
As a matter of fact, the first time I heard about the series was when my sister told me that they were terrible! Clearly she didn’t know what she was talking about. But when I was nine, my parents bought me one of the books for Christmas (apparently they didn’t get that it was a series, because they got me The Ersatz Elevator, which is #6 in the series), and I started reading immediately and had to be reminded when it was my turn to open a present.
Find the rest of the challenge here!
Anyone who knew Violet well could tell she was thinking hard, because her long hair was tied up in a ribbon to keep it out of her eyes. Violet had a real knack for inventing and building strange devices, so her brain was often filled with images of pulleys, levers, and gears, and she never wanted to be distracted by something as trivial as her hair.
voilà! j’ai fini! Violet Baudelaire de Lemony Snicket. voici le ‘avant’ de 2007 pouaha pour le plaisir: deviantart
j’ose espérer qu’il y ait eu une amélioration, je commençais tout juste à utiliser photoshop dans le temps!
There is nothing I don’t love about the Series of Unfortunate Events universe.
"…then steadily go downhill, until all of the characters are dead, wounded, or…"