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Top 40 Book Club : December 2008
Lottery PATRICIA WOOD SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2008 ORANGE BROADBAND PRIZE FOR FICTION Perry has an IQ of 76, but he’s not stupid. Neglected by the rest of his family, his grandmother (Gram) teaches Perry everything he needs to know – how to write lists, how to play the lottery and who to trust. When Gram dies, Perry is left orphaned at the age of 31. When he wins twelve million dollars with his lottery ticket, he suddenly has more family and friends than he knows what to do with. 33