Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Audiobook – By Roald Dahl

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Charlie and Chocolate Factory Audiobook is a 1964 children’s novel produced by British creator Roald Dahl. The story involves the making of Charlie Bucket’s youth inside the chocolate plant of exotic chocolate Willy Wonka. Cadbury regularly sent test bundles to schoolchildren to recapture their senses.

Charlie and Chocolate Factory Audiobook

Charlie and Chocolate Factory Audiobook – Details And Storyline:

Name: Charlie and Chocolate Factory CD.
Author: Roald Dahl.
Published: 1964.
Series: None.
Genre: Children’s literature, Novels, Fairy tale, Humor, and Fantasy Fiction.
Rating: 4.2 Star Review.

Plot Review:

Charlie and Chocolate Factory Audiobook is a popular Children’s Literature Novel written by Roald Dahl. It was originally written in 1964. The book follows the genre of Children’s literature, Novel, Fairy tale, Humor, and Fantasy Fiction. It has a rating of 4.2 Star Review on GoodReads.

Aficionado of the book from a young age, movie director Tim Burton stated: “I reacted to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory since it looked at how young people can become adults.” In 2006 at the Royal Society of Literature, author R. Rowling Charlie and the Chocolate Factory were among the ten books used by each child.

Charlie Bucket’s best experience begins when he gets one of Mr. Willy Wonka’s gold tickets and wins all day inside a confusing chocolate plant. Eleven-year-old Charlie Bucket, his parents, and four grandparents all live in poverty in a small house outside the city.

On one occasion, Charlie’s grandfather Joe informs him about the amazing and unusual chocolate Willy Wonka and all the beautiful desserts he made until other chocolates sent spies to take his mysterious tricks, forcing Wonka to close the production line at the pariahs.

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About The Author:

Roald Dahl was brought to land in Wales by Norwegian foreign security guards. He served in the Royal Air Force during World War II. He became a military pilot and, therefore, an information officer, rising to the rank of acting commander. He rose to prominence as a character writer in the mid-1940s with works by young and old alike and earned one of the world’s most acclaimed writers.

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