Who Could That Be At This Hour?: All The Wrong Questions Volume 1 by Lemony Snicket

Who Could That Be At This Hour?: All The Wrong Questions Volume 1

byLemony Snicket

Hardcover | October 23, 2012

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HarperCollins Canada presents the first of four volumes in a new series from one of the world's most mysterious literary figures, Mr. Lemony Snicket.

Drawing on events that took place during a period of his youth spent in a fading town, far from anyone he knew or trusted, Snicket chronicles his experiences as an apprentice in an organization nobody knows about. While there, he began to ask a series of questions-wrong questions that should not have been on his mind. Who Could That Be at This Hour? is Snicket's account of the first wrong question.

Mr. Snicket's first authorized autobiographical account of his childhood, the series features illustrations throughout by critically acclaimed Canadian artist Seth.

About The Author

LEMONY SNICKETis a broken man, wracked with misery and despair as a result of writing the phenomenally successful A Series of Unfortunate Events, which has sold over 60 million copies worldwide and has been translated into 39 languages. He is known to communicate through his dashing emissary, Daniel Handler, whose most recent novel,Why...

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Title:Who Could That Be At This Hour?: All The Wrong Questions Volume 1Format:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 1 inPublished:October 23, 2012Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1443401927

ISBN - 13:9781443401920

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""Those who enjoy a little poison in their porridge will find it wicked good fun."" —Kirkus

Praise for Why We Broke Up:

""Handler's genius is to make us hear those minor-key notes as if they were playing on our first-and last-dates, too."" —Booklist (Starred Review)