This story Charlie and the Chocolate Factory written by Roald Dahl is a fantastic book when a little boy gets all of the chocolate he could dream of. His Grandpa Joe would tell Charlie about how Willie Wonka closed down but still shipped his chocolates, but no person came in or out. In the paper one evening he (Willie Wonka) announced that he would allow five kids into his factory with the winning of a Golden Ticket. There are only in five the world, and they would be placed in his most wonderful chocolate bars. Charlie's birthday was only three days until his chocolate would come! He didn't get a ticket, but his Grandpa gave him ten cents and still didn't get a thing. On his way home from school the next day he found a dollar and bought two bars. The first one nothing, the second had a golden ticket. In the end he got the ticket and lived happily ever all.
Here are four different reasons that I chose to read this book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Well, the first reason why is because I love all of Roald Dahl's books because he makes everything so suspenseful that you can't put the book down. Like when Charlie won the golden ticket, I was so into the book that I kept reading about what he did in the factory for another hour. The description in the book was so good. He would explain everything so detailed nothing was not told about the character's personality. He even told that Charlie had a scratch on his head. The top of the book says that Dahl is the most scrumdiddlieumpscious story writer in the world. The setting was very appropriate for the way the story went on. Charlie's family lived on the outskirts of town right near Willie Wonka's chocolate factory, and they could smell the chocolate all the way from their run down shack. The characters where so into the story that you felt like it was you that they were describing instead of the characters. When Dahl was explaining how Willie Wonka was so still then seemed to trip but he did a somersault instead of falling. The last thing was how he ended the story by giving Charlie the chocolate factory instead of ruining Wonka's wonderful factory.