The rollicking story of Ed Frink, a young handyman who wins the $200,000,000 lottery. This small town romp finds Ed, not only dealing with sudden wealth, but also with odd relatives, thugs from Vegas and wild women. Playfully serious, the plot rolls along, offering action, romance and mystery. How does Ed spends his money? How would you spend the money?...
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||319 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Powerball 33 Reviews
I read Connie Spittler’s “Power Ball” in two sittings and was not happy that it ended. I haven’t enjoyed a book in that same way, that is, smiling as if I’d just been invited into the coolest party on the block, since I read my last Tom Robbins novel. It takes two flat seconds to fall in love with Spittler’s odd, sweet characters and to be enchanted by her invented, down-on-its-luck town. From the deserted chicken factory to the Chinese curiosity shop, she keeps things moving, and her skill with language and attention to detail provide a magical overlay on the story. This is a good, fun book with themes that stick to the ribs.