eSpotlight - A Series of Unfortunate Events

A Series of Unfortunate Events

I just recently finished watching the second season of A Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix and am eagerly awaiting the third and final season. Luckily we've got lots of great ways to fill the void left by the series, including eBook and eAudiobook copies of the books, a variety of similar titles, and information on the creative folks involved in the series.

A Series of Unfortunate Events

Looking to read or listen to the books from the series? We have eBook and eAudiobook copies for the entire series! The eAudiobooks are especially fun as they are narrated by Tim Curry.

The Bad BeginningThe Ersatz Elevator by Lemony SnicketThe Hostile Hospital by Lemony SnicketThe Grim GrottoThe End by Lemony Snicket

  1. The Bad Beginning
  2. The Reptile Room
  3. The Wide Window
  4. The Miserable Mill
  5. The Austere Academy
  6. The Ersatz Elevator
  7. The Vile Village
  8. The Hostile Hospital
  9. The Carnivorous Carnival
  10. The Slippery Slope
  11. The Grim Grotto
  12. The Penultimate Peril
  13. The End

Read-a-Likes

Want to try a new book that's similar in style or tone to A Series of Unfortunate Events? Try one of these fun books & series or find more at NoveList Plus.

Who Could That Be At This Hour? by Lemony SnicketThe Mysterious Howling by Maryrose WoodThe Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee StewartThe Willoughbys by Lois LowrySchool of Fear by Gitty DaneshvariThe Templeton Twins Have an Idea by Ellis WeinerThe Door by the Staircase by Katherine Marsh

Behind the Series

Learn more about the creative cast and crew of A Series of Unfortunate Events with some of these excellent eBooks and eResources.

Lemony SnicketNeil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own AutobiographyNo Land's Man by Aasif Mandvi

And how about a few fun articles about the books and the Netflix series?

You can find these eResources and more on our eBooks & eMedia page and our eLearning page.

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