The Grim Grotto is from the A Series of Unfortunate Events series, and is written by Lemony Snicket. It was first published by Egmont Books Limited the U.S.A., 2004, with an arrangement with HarperCollins Publishers Inc.
As the Baudelaire children dive into icy depths of despair once again, they encounter something that they never have before; a matter concerning life and death. With an ignorant tap-dancing ballerina fairy princess veterinarian on their tail, all they can do is do 'one small, noble thing', and that is to find the precious sugar bowl.
While exploring the Gorgonian Grotto, and getting trapped by poisonous fungi, will they escape in time to catch up with mycologist Fiona's stepfather, and save themselves from evil olaf's clutches, While saving a certain baudelaire from yet another terrible fate?
My favoutite character in the book was Fiona, as she was caring and thoughtful, and was a great help and comfort to Violet, Sunny and Klaus, the three Baudelaire children, on their treachorous journey.
I would rate this book ten out of ten, as this book had a complex story-line, rich in dialogue, and easy to follow.
I would reccomend this book to children of ages 8 to 12, and it is also a book worthy of reading by teens of about fourteen.
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