Unwittingly caught up in a train robbery during Britain's countdown to join the Euro, brothers Anthony and Damien suddenly find themselves with a vast amount of cash and a huge dilemma - how to spend it before it becomes worthless. Ages 12+.
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Customer Reviews for Millions
Review 1 for Millions
Julie Geddes, WATERSTONE'S ST ANDREWS
16 April 2008
I do not read books aimed at children very often but this was very funny, moving and incrediably enjoyable. Damian & Anthony are two boys who have lost their mother and live with their father. Anthony have always dreamed of more and one day find a bag full of money which appears tohave fallen from the sky. Determined to do good, the boys decide to keep the money a secret from their father and begin to spend it. They give to poor people and buy anything they want. However, having so much money does not stay secret for long!! I laughed out loud at some parts of the novel and could not help by admire the two main charecters. A very funny and touching read which is very cleverly written.
Review 2 for Millions
Sarah Greenberg, HARROGATE
12 August 2007
Funny, fresh and original, Millions is a morality tale like no other. An enormously entertaining read.