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A pesar de ser de segunda mano, se encontraba en perfectas condiciones, y habiendo pagado tan poco por él, la verdad es que estoy muy contenta. ¿La historia? Genial. Claro que voy a seguir con la serie.
As with the rest of the series this has some dark aspects. My 8 year old loves the whole series. At the end of the previous book in this series the children stow away in the trunk of Count Olaf's car, which is a pretty bold move considering he is the villain. They end up at the Caligary Carnival, which sounds like another dismal location! They pose as "freaks" with disguises in order to learn more about VFD and the possible whereabouts of their surviving parent. The children continue to find that adults cannot be counted on to rescue them and they use their own resources to solve problems they encounter. In this story we have more of an inside view of Olaf and his henchmen who seem less and less scary and more and more idiotic as the children are able to fool them. The children also consider whether their counter measures are equally evil as Olaf's. The morality of what they do matters to them. I would say that overall this series gives kids an introspective look at making ethical choices, using their own resources to solve problems, and the need to be cautious with some adults who's motives may not be trust worthy.