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The Candymakers and the Great Chocolate Chase by Wendy MassI dont like this cover as much; I wish it was more similar to the Book 1s.
But I gasped and slapped my mom on the arm when NetGalley sent me an email about this book. Im so flipping excited about this.
What can I say about this book that will do it justice?
My love for the Candymakers is something I cannot accurately describe. I realized last night when I finished this book, that though I always deem Wuthering Heights as my favorite book, my love for the Candymakers is unreachable. Nothing I have read makes me as happy as these two books do.
I read The Candymakers for the first time in 2011, and since then I have re-read it multiple times and listened to the audiobook numerous more.
I was in disbelief when I saw that there was a second book. Book one ended in such a way as to leave a little bit of mystery, but I never thought that there would be a sequel six years later. I was ecstatic to have another entire book about the characters that I love so well, and I have realized that I would read a book about these characters even if it had no plot.
But The Great Chocolate Chase did have a plot, and just like in the first book it was full of mysteries. There would be little bits of information tantalizingly withheld from you, forcing you to keep turning the pages. Every bit of the story line was interesting; there was no part that I just wanted to skip through, no slow parts that bored me. Every piece of the story line was intriguing.
Great developments came about for our characters; they made some major discoveries that will affect their entire futures. Im refraining from explaining myself further; the surprise will be so much greater if this remains a mystery.
I love how this sequel followed in Book 1s footsteps; the first section of the book is told form the point of view of each of the four children. It tells the first half of the story from each characters point of view. I love this technique because when you see things from each persons point of view, things just fall into place. The last half of the book is told from everyones point of view, which only took me a second to get used to.
There were multiple times that this book made me laugh out loud and I just cant recommend this series highly enough.
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Sign up for our newsletters! When the factory hosted the national New Candy Contest, it brought together four unlikely allies; Logan, the candymakers son; Daisy, a young teenage spy; Philip, a rich boy with a big secret; and Miles, a dreamy and neurotic year-old. Together they created a winning treat named the Harmonicandy: a cookie and chocolate harmonica that really plays! All four of these years-olds were in desperate need of friends as each had been isolated by various circumstances and attitudes. Logan still loves his life at the factory though he is more aware of the outside world. Daisy is finally asserting her need to just be a kid sometimes.
Skip to main content. Search Search. Advanced Search. By Wendy Mass. It has been a few months since the nationwide New Candy Contest, and Logan, Miles, Philip, and Daisy have returned to their regular lives. But when the winning candy bar comes down the conveyor belt at the Life is Sweet candy factory, Logan realizes something's very wrong