The EndBook - 2006
Like an off-key violin concert, the Roman Empire, or food poisoning, all things must come to an end. The final installment in Mr Snicket's baker's dozen of books, this book answers readers' questions such as: Will Count Olaf prevail? Will the Baudelaires survive? and, Will the series end happily?
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"In any case, this is how all our stories begin, in darkness with our eyes closed, and all our stories end the same way too,with all of us uttering some last words— or perhaps someone else's—before slipping back into darkness as our series of unfortunate events comes to an end."
"We don't want to be your henchfolk." Klaus said. "We just want to be safe."
"Nowhere in the world is safe." Count Olaf said.
"Not with you around." Violet agreed.
"This isn't fair." Klaus said finally, but he said it so quietly that the departing islanders probably didn't hear. Only his sisters heard him, and the snake the Baudilaires thought they would never see. again and of course Count Olaf who was huddled in the large, ornate bird cage like an imprisoned beast and who was the only person left to answer him.
"Life isn't fair," he said in his undisguised voce and for one the Baudilaire orphans agreed with every word the man said.
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3 Orphans 14,12 and 3 run away from a villain 13 times and he finally gives up chasing their fortune and dies