I really enjoyed reading the A Series of Unfortunate Events series very much. In fact, I own all thirteen books and am finding it a bit difficult to give them up. After I finished reading The End, the last book in the series, I was left with, like, a gazillion questions that went unanswered. I heard that it would be a good idea to also read Lemony Snicket: The Unauthorized Autobiography and The Beatrice Letters (which I haven't yet). As soon as I received The Unauthorized Autobiography, I quickly began reading. While it was entertaining and the photographs were pretty cool to look at, I feel it did not bring any new information to the series. It was more like a behind-the-scenes, which was fun. This book is just as mysterious as the A Series of Unfortunate Events books. It did not give me answers to the questions I still have and I probably added a few more to my list. I did loved flipping through the pages and finding those old photographs, The Daily Punctilio articles, telegrams, and much more. I shall be tackling The Beatrice Letters next.
This was not a very satisfying read. I liked it alright, but I expected more answers. It was amusing, however, and much better than the Beatrice Letters, which was just confusing! I would recommend reading this book after having read A Series of Unfortunate Events in its entirety, it just doesn't make any sense otherwise. The photographs with captions were great!
A must have for anyone reading the Lemony Snicket series!