The Penultimate Peril - Chapter Thirteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen Summary

Despite the cries of outrage from her siblings, and the squeals of joy from Count Olaf, Sunny insists that she meant what she said: she wants to burn down the hotel. Count Olaf immediately sets to work, wondering why he didn't think of such an ingenious plan on his own: he drenches a set of dirty sheets with lighter fluid and sets them ablaze. The he orders the children onto the elevator (even though the children warn him that one should never use an elevator during a fire) and up to the boat. Using a funny trick their father taught them while on vacation one year, the Baudelaire children immediately turn around in the elevator and push all the buttons, causing the elevator to stop at every floor. Now, they can warn as many people as possible that the hotel is...

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