The Rich Part of Life - Jim Kokoris Reviews
Description:ISBN 0743221281 / Author: Jim Kokoris / Genre: Fiction
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by - written on 27/04/07, updated on 30/04/07 (Very useful, 370 readings)
Have you ever dreamt of winning the lottery? Silly question, isn’t it? Of course, you have, but have you ever thought about the amount of money you’d like to win to make you and yours happy or, to take things further, that there may be a limit, that too much money could be - just too much? Theodore Pappas and his two sons, 10-year-old Teddy and 5-year-old Tommy are on their way back home to a suburb of Chicago after visiting great-aunt Bess. At a filling-station Theodore buys a lottery ticket, something he’s never done before in his life, he does it out of nostalgia for his wife who died in a car accident the year before, she used to always play the lottery ... Read the complete review
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