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The Eyes of Kid Midas

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

This book was surprisingly good. If I hadn't been a huge fan of

This book was surprisingly good. If I hadn't been a huge fan of Neal Shusterman, I wouldn't have originally picked it up and decided to read it.
While starting off with a slow start, by somewhere in the page range of 60-90 pages in, the book really started to get intere...
This book was surprisingly good. If I hadn't been a huge fan of Neal Shusterman, I wouldn't have originally picked it up and decided to read it.
While starting off with a slow start, by somewhere in the page range of 60-90 pages in, the book really started to get interesting. Once I reached the "turning point" I finished the book in a single sitting.
The story, in a whole, was very strange. But, it was a very good kind of strange. Once the build up was complete, it was a 5 star book!
All in all, I'm glad I read it. I'm not sure if I would recommend it to you, but I am glad I read it.

posted by SecretBookshelf on September 13, 2014

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

The Eyes of Kid Midas

This book by Neal Shusterman is a book about a magical pair of sun glasses that Kevin Midas finds on the top of a mountain. When ever he wears them he has magical powers. Anything he says will come true.This book was boring for me because the things he does seem stupid....
This book by Neal Shusterman is a book about a magical pair of sun glasses that Kevin Midas finds on the top of a mountain. When ever he wears them he has magical powers. Anything he says will come true.This book was boring for me because the things he does seem stupid.

posted by Anonymous on November 12, 2002

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2003

    The Eyes of KId Midas

    I think this book is nice for kids or people who love mystery. This book is about a pair of sunglasses that were found on a mountain at a camp that Kevin stays at. The sunglasses have magical powers. The sunglasses lets Kevin get a lot of cool stuff. He gets everything a kid could dream of having. Then the glasses get a little to powerful for him to handle.

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    Posted December 9, 2009

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