A Series of Unfortunate Events 07 The Vile Village by Lemony Snickey

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Jacques was lying on the ground with his eyes closed, and two members of the Council of Elders were pulling a white sheet over him, as if they were tucking him in for a nap. But as dearly as I wish I could write that it was so, he was not sleeping. D could burn him at the stake, but they still had not arrived in the nick of time. CHAPTER Nine There are not very many people in the world who enjoy delivering bad news, but I’m sorry to say that Mrs. Morrow was one of them. When she caught sight of the Baudelaire orphans gathered around Jacques, she rushed across the courtyard to tell them the details.

S citizens were arriving from every direction, and the three children could see a few crow-hatted members of the Council of Elders standing together and listening to something Mrs. Morrow was saying. “It seems we arrived in the nick of time,” Violet said. “We’d better scatter ourselves throughout the crowd. Sunny, you move to the far left. ” Sunny said, and began crawling her way through the half circle of people. “I think I’ll just stay here,” Hector said quietly, looking down at the ground, but the children had no time to argue with him.

That’s true,” Klaus said. “Count Olaf must have found Jacques -- whoever he is -- and brought him into town. He knew that Officer Luciana would think he was Olaf. ” Sunny said. “Or Mr. Poe,” Violet agreed. ” She turned to Hector. ” Hector looked around the kitchen again, to sure no one was listening. “Yes,” he said, “but I think I’m going to stop work on it. If the Council of Elders learns that I’m breaking Rule #67, I could be burned at the stake. ” “If you don’t mind, I’d like to take a look at it “ Violet said.

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