13 Shocking Secrets You'll Wish You Never Knew About Lemony Snicket is a promotional pamphlet containing thirteen "secrets" about Lemony Snicket; the final secret is found by decoding a puzzle. It was distributed through the HarperCollins AuthorTracker mailing list and on the Lemony Snicket website in promotion of The End. The day after the pamphlet was published, HarperCollins issued a press release revealing that Lemony Snicket had finished writing The End, the final book in A Series of Unfortunate Events. The final secret is also echoed towards the end of the Dear Reader letter for The End.
The 13 Secrets Of Lemony Snicket
Lemony Snicket is not who you think he is.
This may be referencing that Snicket is actually a character in the series; that he is guilty of some of the crimes for which he has been convicted; or simply that he is a pseudonym of Daniel Handler.
When he was a baby, Lemony Snicket was kidnapped by a secret organization.
V.F.D. took Snicket and his siblings into training while they were young.
Lemony Snicket was fired from The Daily Punctilio.
Snicket tried to expose Count Olaf and Esmé Squalor's attempts to embezzle audiences through a theater review column, but was fired by Eleanora Poe.
Lemony Snicket helped Beatrice commit a serious crime before her death.
Snicket, Beatrice, and Bertrand probably murdered Count Olaf's parents, or this could be Snicket helping Beatrice steal the Sugar Bowl
Lemony Snicket was disguised as a bullfighter when he was captured.
Lemony Snicket attended the Duchess of Winnipeg's masquerade in a bullfighter costume in an attempt to warn Beatrice about a secret involving Count Olaf, while his enemies closed in from all sides.
Lemony Snicket's work is filled with secret messages meant for his associates.
In several books Snicket openly communicates with other members of V.F.D., such as his sister Kit.
Lemony Snicket has a tattoo of an eye on his ankle.
All adult members of V.F.D. are branded with this eye, including Count Olaf, Jacques Snicket, Kit Snicket, Bertrand and Beatrice Baudelaire, Esmé Squalor, Montgomery Montgomery, and Josephine Anwhistle.
He is finished.
The End contains the death of Count Olaf, the birth of Beatrice Snicket, and the resolution to the Baudelaires' helplessness, so it is no longer Snicket's duty to chronicle the events.§§§§§§§§§§