Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Review

The Charlie and the Chocolate Factory starts with Charlie Bucket, a poor boy that lives with his parents and four grandparents when the owner of the giant factory in the world makes an announcement saying that he will tell five kids to come to his factory and see all the secrets and magic. Still, they have to find the five golden tickets hidden in any of the chocolate in the entire world.

The ones who find them are Augustus Gloop, a greedy boy; Veruca Salt, a spoiled girl; Violet Beauregarde, a girl who constantly chews gum and Mike Teavee, a boy who always watches TV.
The last and final ticket is found by charlie.

The five of them go to the factory and are surprised with the multiple wonders that lie inside but slowly. All the kids start to disappear when Charlie is the only one left.
The book is excellent when you are bored and an absolute classic with a movie based on it.

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