Fourteen Million To One by Jason Nightingale Online

Fourteen Million To One
Title : Fourteen Million To One
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ISBN : 9780955381300
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 357

Derek has been in the grip of depression for years; a failed accountant, divorced and separated from his kids and living in a bedsit, he sees no future and no way out. Then he wins twenty five million pounds on the lottery and dreams of how he'll use the money to put his life back on track, but those very dreams come crashing down when his lottery ticket is stolen and theDerek has been in the grip of depression for years; a failed accountant, divorced and separated from his kids and living in a bedsit, he sees no future and no way out. Then he wins twenty five million pounds on the lottery and dreams of how he'll use the money to put his life back on track, but those very dreams come crashing down when his lottery ticket is stolen and the prize claimed by Justin, a seventeen year old delinquent. Justin has the money but is not without his problems. A known petty thief, he is virulently pursued by Derek through the courts. At his every turn are all manner of rogues, ranging from the unscrupulous to the outright wicked. All have the same agenda, to get a slice of his fortune. As the competition for his riches intensifies, Justin's life starts to spiral out of control. Who will get the money in the end? But ultimately who will find the happiness they thought the money would bring?


Fourteen Million To One Reviews

  • Texas

    I really liked the book until I read the final chapter on Sarah and Karen. This book is sending out the wrong message

  • Jane Swan

    I purchased this a couple of days ago and have already finished it!I just couldn't put it down, it was a real adventure. I also liked the way the author empowered his female characters, plus judging from his pics on he's hot! :)

  • Chris Taylor

    A hilarious exposé of contemporary Britain and all it's flaws, including the hoodies, criminals, consumer society and incompetence. A must read!

  • Kevin Smith

    This was a fast paced thriller. I couldn't put it down, and all the characters were jumping off the page!It's a gem of a book, with a killer twist at the end!!!