Reviewed by Lisabet B (Library Patron)
“You had poison for breakfast.”
One note sends Lemony Snicket on a rambling investigation as he searches through the contents of his breakfast and embarks on a bewildering train of thought that ends trying to peruse philosophy.
A bewildering book that attempts to make sense of the paradox that is the world, a word which here could mean nothing. Poison for Breakfast questions and stumbles over life, death, and truth, then leaves you more bewildered than before, facing a breakfast of poison and scrambled eggs.
Available through the Bridges Library System