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The Reptile Room

Summary: The Reptile Room, by Lemony Snicket, is about the Baudelaire children going to their Uncle Montgomery's house to be taken care of by him. While staying at their uncle's house, many unfortunate events happened.
THE REPTILE ROOM

By Lemony Snicket

The characters of the book include the Baudelaire children (Violet, Klaus and Sunny), Stefano (Count Olaf the children's enemy), Dr Lucafont (assistant of Count Olaf), Mr. Poe (family friend who worked at a bank, took charge and decided who would take care of the children), Dr Montgomery (uncle of the children) and Gustav (real assistant of Dr Montgomery). Violet the oldest Baudelaire child likes inventing new things. The second Baudelaire child Klaus likes reading. Klaus would read and read during the night. Sometimes Violet would even find a book in his hand with his glasses still on, sleeping. The last Baudelaire child Sunny, likes using her four sharp teeth to bite and chew on anything hard.

Most of the settings are at the house of their uncle Montgomery. Dr Montgomery's house has hedges trimmed into live-looking snakes on the outside. In...

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