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5.0 out of 5 stars
Well I liked it!, 15 April 2013
I read this in one sitting. It's the story of five women who worked in the chocolate factory between the 1930s and the 1980s. Life was hard in those days. They left school as soon as they reached the minimum legal age, and there were no gap years for them; they left school on a Friday and started work on the Monday - and it was hard work at that. As a chocaholic myself, I'd have liked to know more about the actual process of making the chocolates, but that's a minor quibble about a really good read.