It's a safe place, far from the treachery of the world.
— Finn, regarding the Island

Finn was an islander who lived on the Island in The End. She is described as a young girl.


Every day, Finn and Omeros picked wild onions that were used for dinner.[2]

The End

While storm scavenging, she found a typewriter.[3]

On the coastal shelf, she and Erewhon told the Baudelaires that they intended to start a mutiny against Ishmael.[4]

She later claims the Baudelaires are the root of the trouble, implying that she sides against them, despite her offerings to the Baudelaires throughout the story.


She probably is named after the titular protagonist in Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn.


  • In the TV series, there was a gravestone with her name on it.[5] It is unclear if this is the same Finn from the Island.




  1. PROSE: The End
  2. Chapter Five, The End
  3. Chapter Four, The End
  4. Chapter Eight, The End
  5. TV: The Reptile Room: Part One
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