The Chocolate Touch
by Patrick Skene Catling
126 pages, General Fiction
Reviewed by bookRacoon
Nice twist on a classic tale.
A twist on the story of King Midas, this book follows John Midas' story of how being able to eat and drink nothing but chocolate eventually changed his love for it.
Good morals, and John learns that too much of most things can be bad.
God is not a part of this book.
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Crude or Profane Language or Content
This was quite a nice book to read. It was enjoyable, and the plot is fun enough to keep the reader entertained.
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