Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Funny to go from one of the longest novels in history (Les Misérables) to one that only took two sessions to gobble up.

I first read Charlie and the Chocolate Factory when I was nine, read it a whole bunch of times in my youth, and I only read part of it once when I was in my mid-twenties (nearing forty as of this writing). I was surprised by how much I could remember, and a lot of that contributed to the speed with which the pages fell away.

It will always remain a classic in my heart.


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