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The book was later adapted into the TV series produced by Netflix as the fifth and sixth episodes of season 3. Penultimate means "next to last," which is literally what Book the Twelfth is. So, quite literally, the title means "The next to last peril. In this book, the Baudelaires disguise themselves as hotel concierges while trying to uncover the mysteries surrounding V. If this is the first book you found while searching for a book to read next, then the first thing you should know is that this next-to-last book is what you should put down first.

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The book was later adapted into the TV series produced by Netflix as the fifth and sixth episodes of season 3. Penultimate means "next to last," which is literally what Book the Twelfth is. So, quite literally, the title means "The next to last peril. In this book, the Baudelaires disguise themselves as hotel concierges while trying to uncover the mysteries surrounding V. If this is the first book you found while searching for a book to read next, then the first thing you should know is that this next-to-last book is what you should put down first.

Sadly, this book presents the next-to-last chronicle of the lives of the Baudelaire orphans, and it is next-to-first in its supply of misery, despair, and unpleasantness. Probably the next-to-last things you would like to read about are a harpoon gun, a rooftop sunbathing salon, two mysterious initials, three unidentified triplets, a notorious villain, and an unsavory curry.

Next-to-last things are the first thing to be avoided, and so allow me to recommend that you put this next-to-last book down first, and find something else to read next at last, such as the next-to-last book in another chronicle, or a chronicle containing other next-to-last things, so that this next-to-last book does not become the last book you will read.

A distraught and pregnant Kit drives them to the Hotel Denouement , where she leaves them with concierge uniforms and tells them to give her a signal that she can see in the sky if the meeting on Thursday is canceled. She also says that Quigley Quagmire , of whom Violet is very fond, is out at sea saving his siblings. They are also to be wary of the managers of the Hotel, identical brothers Frank , a volunteer, and Ernest , a villain.

The hotel is designed like a giant library, with rooms cataloged by the Dewey Decimal System. When the Baudelaires enter the lobby from the entrance in the white fog that is emitted from the funnel, the see a lot of things like a line at the receptionists' desk, bellboys and bellgirls are rolling different luggage to the elevators, waiters and waitresses were bringing food and drinks to people who are sitting in the lobby, taxi drivers ushering their passengers in to join the line, dogs dragging their owners out for a walk, confused tourists looking quizzically at maps, rambunctious children were playing hide and seek amongst the potted plants, a man in a tuxedo playing tunes on the Grand Piano for anyone who cared to listen, members of the cleaning staff were polishing the green wooden floors, an enormous fountain in one corner of the room, and a woman standing in the opposite corner shouting a man's name over and over again in a crazed annoyed voice.

The Baudelaires meet either Frank or Ernest who states that they are short-handed and must figure out the hotel system. He informs them that they are to answer to the summons of the hotel guests. One bellboy appears telling Frank or Ernest that a taxi driver dropped off some luggage where he said that the guests will not arrive until Thursday. Frank or Ernest left with the bellboy to take care of the situation leaving the Baudelaires near a large wooden bench.

The other manager that might be Frank or Ernest appears nearby with a bunch of newspapers where he reads the article from The Daily Punctilio about the Baudelaires being sighted in The City.

After getting the opinion of the article from the disguised Baudelaires, Frank or Ernest escort a bellgirl to the Newstand in Room After a discussion of them growing up, the Baudelaires are encountered by either Frank or Ernest as they ask how the hotel is organized. Frank or Ernest explains that the Hotel Denouement is organized by the Dewey decimal system similar to the way that books are organized in many libraries where he uses Room where German poets are gathered as an example and even a description of the social sciences as well as the bells that ring being associated with each room.

Three bells ring simultaneously, and the three orphans are forced to separate on Frank or Ernest's suggestion, in order to carry out various errands. Frank or Ernest leave to go talk to a banker on the phone when told about it by a bellboy. Geraldine Julienne , the reporter for the The Daily Punctilio who wrote that the Baudelaires killed Count Olaf, was also present on the rooftop sunbathing salon. Violet overhears about a cocktail party on Thursday.

Carmelita wants her to bring a harpoon gun , which Violet gets from Frank or Ernest. He asks her if she is who he thinks she is. Violet replies that she is a concierge and brings the gun to Carmelita.

Klaus goes to a room for people in the sawmill industry, where he finds Sir and Charles from The Miserable Mill. They have him take them to the sauna, which is just down the hall. He props the door open to listen in, and overhears them talk about a party on Thursday, and someone with the initials of J. However, Frank or Ernest enters and has Sir and Charles vacate the sauna and arranges for a chemist outside to take them to Room where Organic Chemistry is in order to satisfy Sir's claim of liking the burning wood smell.

Then Frank or Ernest he has Klaus hang a flypaper-like roll of sticky paper called birdpaper outside the window, in order to catch and trap any falling birds. He asks the same question of Klaus as Frank or Ernest asked of Violet and he gets the same response.

Sunny goes to a room for educational people, where she sees Vice Principal Nero , Mrs. Bass and Mr. Remora , all from The Austere Academy. Bass has in the room several bags of money from Mulctuary Money Management.

Nero was practicing for his performance on Thursday. She takes them to an Indian restaurant in Room which is run by Hal from The Hostile Hospital who is now wearing a turban. When Hal quoted "I didn't know this was a sad occasion," Mr. Remora quoted "it won't be a sad occasion if you don't feed us. Dewey gives her a Vernacularly Fastened Door and has her put it on the lock of a laundry room. The laundry room has a vent through which something can fall and - if the lock is on the door - that something will be protected.

The Baudelaires get together after a long day and try to put together their stories, and wonder how the two managers can be in three places at once. Finally, Klaus deduces that a crow will bring the Sugar Bowl to the Hotel; it will be shot down by the harpoon gun, fall onto the flypaper, and the sugar bowl will fall into the laundry room vent.

All of a sudden, they see a man descending form the ceiling of the Hotel from its clock. They think it is Ernest or Frank, but it turns out to be their third brother Dewey Denouement , also explaining how three different identical men talked to the Baudelaires at the same time.

He is helpful and tells them that there is a duplicate of the Hotel at the bottom of the pond, containing a catalogue of all the secrets of V.

D, which he has spent his entire life collecting. Justice Strauss has been communicating with the High Court on helping the Baudelaires, and Jerome - who also felt bad about how he abandoned the orphans - has written a book on the matter.

Olaf takes the harpoon gun from Carmelita and threatens Dewey. The Baudelaires shield him and approach Olaf as he counts to ten. However, he is interrupted by the coughing of Arthur Poe , who has come from his room to see what is happening.

Count Olaf quickly shoves the gun into the Baudelaire's hands. The Baudelaire's accidentally drop the gun to the ground. It discharges and a harpoon hits Dewey, inflicting a fatal wound. He screamed loudly as the clock struck AM. Dewey stumbles backwards out of the hotel and the Baudelaires watch as he sinks into the pond as the Baudelaires run after him. They then hear the shutters of the windows open up as they hear all of the hotel's guests having woken up from what happened in the lobby as one of the guests tells a man named Bruce to come back to bed.

One person admitted that he couldn't sleep because of the Indian food that he ate. When they Baudelaires stated that Dewey was killed, the guests have never heard of Dewey as he was considered a legendary figure.

Geraldine is heard stating that they should all go downstairs and investigate the death. Justice Strauss's taxi driver - an enigmatic man smoking a cigarette - Possibly Lemony Snicket talks to them, but they cannot tell if he is a volunteer or a villain, and they realize they cannot leave the scene of the crime. When Mr. Poe confronted the children, they tell him that Dewey is dead and that they don't know what happened.

As the entire hotel is awakened, the Baudelaires walk back into the hotel with Mr. Poe behind them and the taxi driver drives away. Lemony Snicket suggests that he has the sugar bowl in the passenger seat and a woman in his trunk, possibly The Duchess of Winnipeg. The following quote may explain where it was hidden: "and even the small item that sat on the passenger seat, still damp from its hiding place Many of the awoken guests have gathered in the lobby and a scene of confusion follows as each one comments about the Baudelaires:.

Poe escorts the Baudelaire children to the far corner of the lobby where Frank or Ernest was standing next to the door that is marked Justice Strauss breaks it up by saying to the assembled people that their decision for the their guilt or innocence is not for them to decide on as this is the matter of the High Court. As Justice Strauss states that the authorities have been notified while the other judges from the High Court are on their way, she states that they will begin the trial in a matter of hours.

A woman in a nightgown with dancing clowns on it thought that the trial will be on Thursday. Justice Strauss claims that showing up early is the sign of a noble person where she and the other noble judges will decide on this matter and the other matters once and for all. Justice Strauss did give the Baudelaire children a gentle smile while the Baudelaires smiled back. Jerome tells the children that they don't have to wait until tomorrow for justice to be served while Justice Strauss states that she trusts her fellow judges.

Justice Strauss then claims that she spoke to the managers to place them in Room just to keep them safe until the trial begins. Frank or Ernest unlocked the door which showed the closet where Violet found the harpoon gun.

The murmuring crowd then parted to reveal Count Olaf who walked towards the Baudelaires where he claims that they should be locked up to keep treacherous people from wandering the hotel which Colette and Kevin agreed on. Justice Strauss tells Count Olaf that he has also been accused of a great deal of treachery and that the high court is very interested in his case as well where Count Olaf will be locked in Room until the trial begins.

Poe gave them a cough while Frank or Ernest closed the door to Room It is early Wednesday morning when the Baudelaires go to sleep, and they wake in the afternoon where they are returned to the lobby for the trial by Frank and Ernest. Due to a literal reading of the phrase "justice is blind", everyone except the judges is blindfolded.

Even Frank and Ernest are blindfolded. The blindfolded people had a hard time finding their seats where even Charles had a hard time finding Sir. Anyone who peaks will be found guilty of contempt of court. The trial begins and Justice Strauss states that they had to the trial today instead of Thursday in light of the death of Dewey and that the guilty parties will be handed to the authorities who are waiting outside.

Olaf gives a brief speech where he states his innocence. The Baudelaires, however, are beginning to question their own nobility and morality and so they answer that they are "comparatively innocent".

Justice Strauss then asks for people to submit evidence to the judges as the blindfolded people kept stumbling over another:. Each accused is given an opportunity to say their side of the story as Count Olaf claims that he is innocent claiming that the evidence will prove their innocence. The Baudelaires find themselves having a hard time claiming their side of the story like they did with Mr.

Poe and the Quagmire triplets. Violet starts to tell their story starting at Briny Beach where they heard that their parents have perished in the fire. When Justice Strauss stops commenting in sentences and just commented "Hmmmm" and the other two judges started speaking, the Baudelaires get suspicious and had no choice to remove their blindfolds to discover that the other judges are the Man with a Beard but No Hair and the Woman with Hair but No Beard who have been working with Olaf.

Both of them claim that the Baudelaires are guilty of contempt of court as Sunny begs for everyone to peak. When both villains tell the crowd not to do that, the Baudelaires tell everyone else to take off their blindfolds.

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She tells them that, prior to V. The hotel's managers are identical triplets Frank, Dewey and Ernest - Frank is a volunteer, while Ernest is on the opposing side as a villain, and Dewey is someone of legend who many do not believe exists. He has created a book cataloging all information of the V. Bass and Mr. Remora teachers at Prufrock Preparatory School while locking a V. D device onto a door of the laundry room, converting it into a Vernacularly Fastened Door - all the guests discuss the mysterious J. Klaus concludes that Carmelita Spats requested the harpoon gun to shoot down a bird carrying the sugar bowl, as Sunny mentioned that Hal and a manager were discussing the sugar bowl an object both volunteers and villains are seeking for unknown reasons and the Medusoid Mycelium a deadly fungus parasite they encounter in the previous book - the flypaper would retrieve the bird's body, and the sugar bowl would fall into the laundry room, in which the room's door was converted into a Vernacularly Fastened Door.

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If this is the first book you found while searching for a book to read next, then the first thing you should know is that this next-to-last book is what you should put down first. Sadly, this book presents the next-to-last chronicle of the lives of the Baudelaire orphans, and it is next-to-first in its supply of misery, despair, and unpleasantness. Probably the next-to-last thing you would like to read about are a harpoon gun, a rooftop sunbathing alon, two mysterious initials, three unidentified triplets, a notorious villain, and an unsavory curry. Next-to-last things are the first thing to be avoided, and so allow me to recommend that you put this next-to-last book down first, and find something else to read next at last, such a s the next-to-last book in another chronicle, or a chronicle containing other next-to-last things, so that this next-to-last book does not become the last book you will read. This may be my favorite book, if only for the Scalia burn which served to further cement Sunny as my favorite Baudelaire. Snicket is really very clever and it's easy to forget that these are "children's books.

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Various parties converge at the Hotel Denouement , where the mysterious " J. She gives them a picnic basket with concierge disguises and asks them to find the identity of J. Kit loses the duo and they arrive at the hotel. Meanwhile, on a phone at a beach, Olaf shares V. After the Baudelaires leave, Kit kisses one of the brothers and says, "Send my regards to Frank".

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