An utterly unreliable account of Netflix’s ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ Just one more…(A Series of Unfortunate Events Book Netflix Tie-In) #Friday56 with #author @lemonysnicket ‏#FollowFriday #FridayFeeling #Friyay!

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Welcome to this week’s Book Beginning and Friday56 choice…  The Incomplete History of Secret Organizations

An utterly unreliable account of Netflix’s ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’


Here is the last of the ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ Friday posts! Click here –> to see the  last Friday’s post)

The Incomplete History of Secret Organizations: An Utterly Unreliable Account of Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events on

So without further ado… I present…

The Incomplete History of Secret Organizations

(A Series of Unfortunate Events Netflix Series Tie-In) 


by Lemony Snicket and Brett Helquist

Book Beginning – The Complete History of Secret Organisations – A Series of Unfortunate Events Table of Discontents

The Complete History of Secret Organisations – A Series of Unfortunate Events – Page #56
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Book 1 – The Bad Beginning (The Friday 56 post).

Book 2 – The Reptile Room (last Friday’s Friday56 Post)

Book 3 – The Wide Window  (last Friday56 post)

Book 4 – The Miserable Mill (last Friday’s Friday56 post)

Book 5 – The Austere Academy (My Friday’s Friday56 post)

Book 6 – The Ersatz Elevator (My Friday56 post)

Book 7 – The Vile Village (My Friday56 Post)

Book 8 – The Hostile Hospital (My Friday56 Post)

Book 9 – The Carnivorous Carnival (My Friday56 Post)

Book 10 – The Slippery Slope (My Friday 56)

Book 11 – The Grim Grotto (My Friday 56)

Book 12 – The Penultimate Peril (My Friday 56)

Book 13 – The End ( My Friday 56)


Lemony Snicket was born before you were and is likely to die before you as well. He was born in a small town where the inhabitants were suspicious and prone to riot. He grew up near the sea and currently lives beneath it. Until recently, he was living somewhere else.

Brett Helquist was born in Ganado, Arizona, grew up in Orem, Utah, and now lives in New York City. He earned a bachelor’s degree in fine arts from Brigham Young University and has been illustrating ever since. His art has appeared in many publications, including Cricket magazine and The New York Times.

My First Thoughts?

I must confess I had this post almost ready to publish for a couple of weeks, but weirdly Fridays seem to never go as planned! Yesterday, however, I thought ahead lol Not that I don’t usually, but I do have a new feature calendar for all to see, and that does help motivate me to keep planning ahead and scheduling posts, which is great!

This book has to be one of my all time favourites, as a fan of the series, and the books, The Complete History of Secret Organisations – just finished off A Series of Unfortunate Events – nicely!

It’s a really smart coffee table book, even for people who are not fans, because it is set out in an intriguing way, with heaps of colourful pictures, drawings, inside information about the stories, the character and behind the scenes. I. LOVE. IT.  🙂  And that is pretty much my review… lol

What are you currently reading? Please leave a comment with a link to your own post if you’d like me to visit. Thank you!

I can’t wait to visit your blogs to find out. Have a great weekend, may your books be with you!

Luv Sassy  X


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11 thoughts on “An utterly unreliable account of Netflix’s ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ Just one more…(A Series of Unfortunate Events Book Netflix Tie-In) #Friday56 with #author @lemonysnicket ‏#FollowFriday #FridayFeeling #Friyay!

  1. I’m currently reading a murder mystery set in Paris, Cara Black’s Murder in Bel-Air. It’s quite good. It’s the 19th in the series, and the first in the series, Death in the Marais, is excellent, as are all the others that follow.

    1. That sounds like fun. It’s actually really nice to be able to get through a long series and enjoy them like you do too, Harvee!

  2. fuonlyknew – Voracious reader and love to do reviews. Will review yours! Love Doritos and chocolate. A fan of furry friends. I'm afraid of things that go bump in the night! I do reviews at request when time allows. Prefer print versions but also will do ebooks. If I can stand to let them go, I use some print review copies for giveaways.. Also like doing ARC reviews to promote authors and their books. I encourage authors to comment. My reviews are posted on my blog, Amazon, Goodreads, Shelfari, Smashwords and Barnes&Noble.
    fuonlyknew says:

    It does sound like a great edition to the series. I was wondering if you had reached the end of the series. Such gorgeous books!

  3. This does seem like it’d be a fascinating read! I love that picture of the “Table of Discontents”. So colorful! Hope you have a great weekend! 🙂

    1. Yessssssssss!! It’s a beauty!! Hope your weekend was fabulous! x

  4. It’s amazing that you’ve delved so deeply into this series. Of course, it is such an original and creative one it deserves it. Thanks for taking us along on the ride.

  5. What a fun and informative looking book. After watching the series, there is no doubt they must have had a lot of fun making it. Happy Friday!

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