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This book was a pleasure to read, trying to find more clues to the mystery of the Baudelaire's parent's death. This particular book added another, yet even more urgent mystery to the series. I was looking forward to reading this book and it exceeded my expectations, with laughs aimed at Nero and annoyance directed at Olaf.
My only fault was that if there was going to be another mystery, it shouldn't overtake the main plot of the book too much, but the fact that there is another mystery to this book is thrilling! Though the question remains... Will Violet, Klaus and Sunny find the triplets Duncan and Isadora and find the meaning to V.F.D.?
The austere academy was the most captivating and interesting book of all because at the end not only did count Olav get away again but he also took the Baudelaire children's New best friends with them. the ending was definitely left on a cliffhanger as the Baudelaire children were left wondering what VFD was.
Arrived in good time and in good condition. My daughter had nearly finished the previous book in the series and was eagerly waiting for this to arrive. I did not disappoint. Lemony Snickett appears to be the most underrated children's author - more children and adults should read his book.