1. 11:25 12th Sep 2013

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    When Did You See Her Last?, the second of four volumes in Mr. Snicket’s on-going series, All the Wrong Questions, comes your way Oct. 15, and continues the story of thirteen-year-old apprentice Lemony Snicket in the fading town of Stain’d-By-The-Sea, where he has a new case to solve when he and his chaperone are hired to find a missing girl.

    By clicking the link, you can read the first three chapters as a preview right now. However just because you can doesn’t mean that you should.

  2. 04:20 23rd Jul 2013

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    Brett Helquist’s illustrations for A Series of Unfortunate Events 

  3. 00:05 3rd Jul 2013

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    I will love you if I never see you again, and I will love you if I see you every Tuesday.
    — Lemony Snicket  (via rebreathing)

    (Source: durianquotes)

  4. 13:28 7th May 2013

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    (Source: smultronstalle)

  5. 15:42 2nd May 2013

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    (Above: excerpt from Daniel Handler and Jon Klassen’s performance/reading of ‘The Dark’)

    Silly and scary moments with the man who is not Lemony Snicket
    (L.A. TimesApril 21, 2013)

    [Daniel Handler] announced to the audience that all those waiting to see Lemony Snicket had been lied to. “I don’t know why anyone would lie to children,” he droned. “Although it is fun.”

    Adults and children alike laughed as [Handler], best known as [the official representative of] the author and narrator of “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” began to torment Klassen about everything from his casual attire to his artistic talent. As the event moved onto a slide show prepared by the men, [Handler] belittled the illustrator’s work while glowingly praising [Snicket’s].

    The only moment Klassen seemed to have an upper hand was when one of his slides about his book “This Is Not My Hat” showed a picture of a crab, which made [Handler] shout out in surprise. “Mr. Snicket is terrified of crabs,” [Handler] explained, still denying he was Snicket.

    [Handler] then announced he would read “The Dark” out loud while Klassen was tasked with re-creating all the drawings from the book on a white board on the stage. [Handler] insisted that Klassen had the easier task, even blindfolding Klassen so he could experience “the dark.”

    By this point, the children in the audience were on Klassen’s side and tried to warn him that [Handler] was tricking him (as well as stealing his snacks). Klassen continued to draw blindfolded, seemingly unaware of everything, but soon the audience could see that the illustrator was no longer drawing scenes from the book.

    When [Handler] finally noticed what Klassen had drawn, he screamed and ran off the stage, and kept running away toward the surrounding booths without looking back. Why? Klassen had drawn a giant crab.

  6. This is how it is in life and love. In life and love we are with people for a while, and then we join other people, people we have not met, and we walk with them, and we leave behind all the things where we used to be. Sometimes we leave people behind too. Sometimes we walk away from the forest and abandon a person there and never see them again. This happens every day. Every day this happens and scarcely anybody cares.
    — Adverbs, Daniel Handler
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    Daniel Handler as Lemony Snicket
USC Festival of Books

    Daniel Handler as Lemony Snicket
    USC Festival of Books

  8. Love is candy from a stranger, but it’s candy you’ve had before and it probably won’t kill you.
    — Daniel Handler, Adverbs
  9. 16:11 31st Mar 2013

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  10. 21:53 30th Mar 2013

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Count Olaf, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)

    Count Olaf, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)