The Eyes of Kid Midas

The Eyes of Kid Midas

by Neal Shusterman
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Eyes of Kid Midas 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
SecretBookshelf More than 1 year ago
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.
Dylan Owsiany More than 1 year ago
dont read editorial review unless you want to read the whole book in a minute
Guest More than 1 year ago
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.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow! Neal Shusterman has really outdone himself with this book. I literally read the book in two days because i simply could NOT put it down. I kept reading and reading because the story just held me and i could not stop. I applaud Shusterman for wtiring this book. It is amazing and definentely has earned a very high place in my list of best books read. True talent.
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Hhow did the author come up eith yhiss book well... This is what every kid wants everything they want or need
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Help!!!
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seemed kinda spidermany what with the great power comes great responsibility stuff also predictible ending
Ethan Stanfill More than 1 year ago
first review and good book read it twice
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AlexChiem More than 1 year ago
This is my most favorite book of all time!!! It really makes me feel like a kid again, but it also teaches a valuable lesson at the end. I also shared this book to my friends/family members/ and book group they adored it!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
i just finished readng this book and thought it was very good. it was the book when i turned to at night when i couldn't sleep, even after i was practically dead asleep, the amzing story pulled me in making me turn page after page. i think that this was a very good bok and i definantly recomend it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i just finished this book today and thought it was an amazing web of adventure, at night i couldnt stop turning page after page hours after my bed time. it was a furius web of insanities, yet... it all made sence, i definately recommend this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
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.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While it isn't as good as Everlost or Unwind, The Eyes of Kid Midas is still a good read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
wow! all i can is it was amazing the way the author imagined about the flow of the story... it's so amazing.. and as a teen i can somehow relate to Kevin Midas, and just so you know before i read this book.. how i wished to have a power to get the things that i want,but then,as a lesson of the story, we can't get all the things that we want,if we do, lots of things will be affected...attitude,family,surrounding..friends and people who trust you.... tnx