A funny, poignant, and wise novel about a very rich underdog who shows everyone just how little his IQ says about his intelligence. Perry's IQ is only 76, but he's not stupid. His grandmother taught him everything he needs to know to survive. She taught him to write things down so he won't forget them. She taught him to play the lottery every week. And most important, she taught him who to trust. When Gram dies, Perry is left orphaned and bereft at the age of 32. Then he wins twelve million dollars with his weekly Washington State Lottery ticket, and he finds he has more family than he knows what to do with. Peopled with characters both wicked and heroic who leap off the pages, Lottery is a deeply satisfying, gorgeously rendered novel about trust, loyalty, and what distinguishes us as capable.
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`A sparky, humorous debut.'
-- The Herald
`A witty yet poignant social commentary where the empty value of money is set against the heart-warming traits of an unquestioningly loyal soul.'
-- Easy Living
`It has bags of charm'
`Superbly written, and moving in its simplicity.' -- Psychologies
`imbued with humour and likeability.' -- Guardian
A funny, poignant, and wise novel about a very rich underdog who shows everyone just how little his IQ says about his intelligence.
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