The Vile Village is the seventh book in A Series of Unfortunate Events, written by Lemony Snicket (Daniel Handler). The book was later adapted into the TV. The Vile Village has ratings and reviews. C.G. said: (Still working on my series reread as the Netflix S2 episodes come out!) I don’t think. Book the Seventh. The Vile Village. Lemony Snicket happened to the three Baudelaire orphans in the village where I am now typing these very words.

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I like that the book always has some spot-on satire about society and adults especially. Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender Ithamar Enriquez Nov 16, Mark Lawrence rated it liked it.

The next day the villagers plan to burn him at the stake. Feb 25, Nicholas Karpuk rated it really liked it.

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It’s a very fast read though. This was bizarre but another fun read! The sniccket depart for the unknown V. And what about All the Wrong Questions?

After the previous book that I loved this was pretty disappointing. Apr 04, C. Elder Anabelle Carol Mansell They become acquainted with the Council of Elderswho proclaims that the children will do all the chores for the entire village. The book is published by Egmont.

His love of books comes through in every sentence often using them as a device to tell between good and evil. While they are locked up, Klaus realizes that it is his 13th birthday. I am now soooooo excited for the TV show coming out next month!!!!!


Village of Fowl Devotees. He claims a hair ribbon belonging to Violet it’s not Violet’s and a lens from Klaus’s glasses it’s not Klaus’s were found on the scene, and Sunny’s teeth marks are on the body.

One villager notices Dupin without his sunglasses on causing the Council of Elders to see if there is a tattoo on his ankle. Poe, Olaf begins to doggedly hunt the children down, bringing about the serial slaughter and demise of a multitude of characters.

The Vile Village Summary & Study Guide

First of all, with Hector, we have the first character over the age of 14 who functions at a basic human level and is not a criminal mastermind. But if you insist on discovering the unpleasant adventures of the Baudelaire orphans, then proceed with caution…. The Baudelaires are devastated that they will probably die tomorrow and cry because of everything that has happened.

In this book, in order to investigate the mysterious “V. It is my solemn and sacred occupation to research each detail of the Baudelaire children’s lives and write them all down, but you may prefer to do some village solemn and sacred thing, such as reading another book instead. I’m still not entirely sure where this series is heading although I have my guesses so I’m still very intrigued!

He goes from a kindly albeit cowardly man to something of a hero when he finally learns to speak up for himself and others in order to do the right thing. Three members of the Council of Elders come and report that Count Olaf has been captured, and the Baudelaires are to report immediately to the Town Hall.


Jan 30, Kate GirlReading rated it vullage liked it. Nobody in their right mind would read this particular book about the lives of Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire on purpose, because each dismal moment of their stay in the village of V.

The beautiful sense of innocence is what I love about the books as well as the introduction of long words and the imaginative anecdotes to which they pertain. The Baudelaire children know they can stay in the V. The scoundrel Count Olaf is up to his old tricks.

He throws down a rope ladder and the Quagmires start to climb up to get inside. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. At this point, they flee the mob that is on its way to burn them at the stake and make a run for the outskirts of town.

The children insist that he is not Count Olaf, but the townspeople do not listen to them. Here is my favorite quote from this book of the series: View all 6 comments. The Baudelaires discover that Count Olaf was not captured, but instead a man named Jacques Snicket, who just happens to share the same surname as the author’s pseudonym.