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You are likely searching for something to read and right now there are probably endless options available to you. You could, for example, read something with a happy ending, so you can relax safe in the knowledge that no matter what strife and pain you read about, it will all be alright in the end. Instead you are considering reading this account. Please do not do this.
I am sure you have an idea of how the story of the Baudelaire orphans went. I’m sure you have endured enough heartbreak and care not for the altered truths and the parallel stories. I’m sure you don’t want to hear again what happened to Jacques Snicket, or the unknown truth regarding what happened in the days following the incident. Finally, I am certain that if you care anything for Lemony Snicket, you would not want to know a thing about the awful and until now unspoken things that happened to him immediately following the terrible events that befell his brother.
The best part is you do not have to. Unless of course, you want to, but I cannot possibly imagine why.
Smiley and Karla have a lot to talk about while Karla is at Sarratt, and Smiley realises he can still be surprised.
When someone begins interfering with practically everything MI6 is trying to do, Bond is sent on the trail. Unfortunately for him it's not his usual kind of operation. For example, it begins a stone's throw away from the MI6 building, and involves an impatient man in an oversized anorak.
Later, they called it a mental breakdown. A lapse in judgement. A strange kind of stress that manifested itself in an equally strange way. No matter how many times they tried to explain it to him, Kondraki maintained that it was all bollocks. A desire to protect the humanoids, they’d said, turned into what was believed to be romantic affection.
In a world full of terrible inevitability, Agrippina learns to take whatever she can get.