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Teen, 14 years old Written byaosnower888 January 30, 2010

You will not be Disapointed

I love the book "Eyes of Kid Midas" because it gives a great message toward children and it makes you want to read more and more righst when you satarts reading it. My advise to children is to read this book because you will not be disapointed. This book also give a great message which is that toys, money, and getting whatever you want isn't the most important thing in the world.
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Kid, 12 years old April 9, 2008
Kid, 11 years old April 9, 2008

A Great Book

Th Eyes of Kid Midas is a wonderful book, though iffy in its portrayment of violance and greed. It does in a way teach a valuble lesson and I urge people of all ages to go out and read this very entertaining book.
Teen, 13 years old Written byfobose2 January 24, 2010

great book for ages 12+, 10+ if curses censored.

im currently in middle schoole. i read this when i was 10 and i read it again recently because i remembered loveing it. it has great charachter build up and the symbolisim even got to me when i was 10. a great read for anyone intreteested in it and anyone not.
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Teen, 15 years old Written byVoracious Reader March 8, 2009

Very Thought Provoking!

Very deep, probably hard to understand for younger readers.
Kid, 12 years old April 9, 2008
Teen, 14 years old Written byBook Review U. April 9, 2008

Because of the Divine Watch - a review by Amelia, age 10

Kevin Midas is nothing more then a major bully target for the school's big bully, Bertram Tarson. Then, just because of a gloomy camping trip, an urge to beat Bertram, lack of common sense, and a pair of glasses, Kevin finds himself in charge of the world. At first it seems like fun, but as time goes by it gets out of control. Can Kevin repair the damage he has done or has he made permanent changes in the world? The Eyes of Kid Midas is a good book for people ages 8- 100. 100 if adults like reading good kids’ chapter books. This book is also probably more appealing to people who like fiction, adventure, and suspense. I really liked this book for many reasons, but the main ones are that it describes things exactly the way they would be in real life if a boy had the power to rule the world. The other reason is it keeps you wondering so you can’t stop!
Kid, 11 years old April 9, 2008

i torn it

Great A+ Best ever