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Who is Lemony Snicket? This is a question that has been uttered by many a child since last millennium.
The famous author of the "A Series of Unfortunate Events" books is shrouded in both myth and mystery, and has shunned publicity after a scandal that saw Mr Snicket exiled from his hometown several decades ago.
His tales of the orphaned Baudelaires Violet, Klaus and Sunny and their attempts to avoid imprisonment, torture and death at the hands of their evil, distant relative Count Olaf have captivated and chilled hundreds of thousands of children and adults around the world. The series has sold over 60 million copies worldwide including five million in the UK and have even been turned into a film starring Jim Carrey, Billy Connolly and Meryl Streep.
But with the 13th and final book in the series now published, many wonder what the mysterious author has next. Fortunately, the many can now quiz him in a live webTV show about what he's been doing and what they can expect from the new series, which at this stage cannot be named (for fear of jeopardising the final stages of Mr Snicket's investigations).
Lemony Snicket joins us live on Monday 11th January at 17:30 to discuss.
For more information visit www.unfortunateevents.com