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The Grim Grotto, Series of Unfortunate Events Book #11 by Lemony Snicket, Traditional Chinese
The Grim Grotto, Series of Unfortunate Events Book #11 by Lemony Snicket, Traditional Chinese


 
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The Grim Grotto, Series of Unfortunate Events Book #11 by Lemony Snicket, Traditional Chines
Traditional Chinese Paperback
  • Gothic novel about children growing up through terrible things
  • Lemony Snicket often explains words and analogies in incongruous detail. When describing a word the reader may not be aware of, he typically says "a word which here means..."
  • Lemony Snicket novels (a pen name for Daniel Handler)


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Age: Young Adult
Language: Traditional
Media: Soft Cover
ISBN 10: 9864174274
ISBN 13: 9789864174270


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Product Code: A3011

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The Grim Grotto, Series of Unfortunate Events Book #11 by Lemony Snicket, Traditional Chinese
 by Lemony Snicket


The book begins where The Slippery Slope left off, with the Baudelaires traveling on a collapsing toboggan down the Stricken Stream of the Mortmain Mountains. They are washed into the ocean where they are caught on a submarine which rises from the waters. A voice within asks if the orphans are friends or foes, then asks for the password. Violet guesses correctly that the password is the V.F.D. motto: The world is quiet here, as they saw it written in the ruins of the V.F.D. library. The children descend into the submarine, which they discover is the Queequeg captained by Captain Widdershins, a V.F.D. member and old friend of the Baudelaire parents. Also on board is Widdershins' stepdaughter Fiona and the ship's cook, Phil, the optimist whom the children first met at the Lucky Smells Lumbermill in Paltryville.

The Baudelaires discover that the crew of the Queequeg are searching for the mysterious sugar bowl which was thrown downstream. As time passes, Fiona, an expert mycologist, and Klaus begin to fall in love with one another. Sunny, meanwhile, helps Phil cook dinner for everyone. Violet also learns that Fiona and Widdershins have learned of the Baudelaires' plight via their telegram device, which is now broken. She tries to fix it.

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