Thursday, August 20, 2015

Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

     For today, my book to be reviewed is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I guess a lot of you have heard about this adventurous story. I have always loved Roald Dahl's (Author) stories, and Charlie & the Chocolate Factory is one of my favorites.

     This story would begin with our main character, Charlie. Charlie is a ten-year-old boy who has a poor yet very happy family. He lives with his two grandmas and grandpas, and his parents. Charlie never got anything grand for his birthday. He had never got a cake for his birthday. He never got shoes for his birthday. He never had a birthday party. But this year was not like any other.

      Our other character, Mr. Wonka is a man like any other. If you know Gru and his minions, Mr. Wonka would be Gru with his minions called Oompa-Loompas. These oompa-loompas are small creatures who love singing. They help Mr. Wonka with his chocolate factory, which was closed since...forever, I guess. No one has ever been inside that factory since his famous ideas for chocolate were stolen by other candy makers. And what does the factory look like? More than you would imagine. If I may add, it is a world of pure immagination. Chocolate waterfalls, a glass elevator, and sudden musicals are only the basics of what a factory like this contains. Anyone would do anything just to get into that place.

     The adventure begins when Charlie hears a contest that five chocolate bars from candy stores all around the world will contain a golden ticket, which will be a ticket to go visit Mr. Wonka's factory. And there are only five tickets in existence. Charlie's birthday gift was a chocolate bar. The chance of getting in to Mr. Wonka's factory was right in front of him. Charlie just had to open it. And he did, but it was too good to be true. 

     Out of billions of people in the world, Charlie found a dollar on the street. He bought another chocolate bar. Atleast a little of hope was still there. The chance was still there. The chocolate bar was in his hands. Once he opened the chocolate bar, There in that very chocolate wrapper which was in his hands, Charlie's very hands, was a precious golden ticket. The precious little ticket needed to get in Mr. Wonka's Chocolate Factory. 

     The only limit in the world is your imagination. This book is a portal to a world you would never imagine existed. This story has a lot of twists and turns. It'll make you laugh, it'll make you smile, it'll make you hungry, and it'll make you teleport. It will be one of your favorites, and that's a promise! 

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