Lottery

Lottery Reader â Patricia Wood
  • Lottery
  • Kindle Edition
  • 340
  • Patricia Wood
  • English
  • 03 May 2018
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About the Author: Patricia Wood

Lottery Reader â Patricia Wood Patricia Wood was born and raised in Seattle, Washington She has served in the U.S Army, has worked as a Medical Technologist, horseback riding instructor, and most recently as a marine science teacher working with high risk students in Honolulu Patricia is an avid SCUBA diver, has assisted with shark research, won the Hawaii State Jumper Championship with her horse Airborne, crewed in a 39 foot sailboat across the Pacific Ocean from Honolulu to San Francisco, and is now an author Her debut novel LOTTERY was published by Putnam August 2007, and was named a Book Sense notable for October of that year LOTTERY has been included in the Washington Post s Best Fiction 2007 list and is short listed for the 2008 Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction Currently a PhD student at the University of Hawaii, Patricia is focused on education and the study of disability and diversity Patricia lives with her husband, Gordon aboard ORION, a 48 foot sailboat moored in Ko Olina, Hawaii She has one son, Andrew.


â A372C9EC50 ê Reader ¹ Lottery ☆ Patricia Wood 04C332C76D Money isn t the same as treasure, and IQ isn t the same as smarts An up isn t the same as treasure, and IQ isn t the same as smarts An uplifting and joyous new novel hailed by Jacqueline Mitchard as solid gold Perry L Crandall knows what it s like to be an outsider With an IQ of , he s an easy mark Before his grandmother died, she armed Perry well with what he d need to know the importance of words and writing things down, and Reader ¹ Lottery ☆ Patricia Wood how to play the Lottery Most important, she taught him whom to trust a crucial lesson for Perry when he wins the multimillion dollar jackpot As his family descends, moving in on his fortune, his fate, and his few true friends, he has a lesson for them never, ever underestimate Perry Crandall
Perry L Crandall is a warm, struggling character and, as a reader, you re drawn into his story I really enjoyed this story of finding one s way through difficult circumstances Throughout the book, I felt myself rooting for Perry, hoping that he wouldn t fall into his family s traps, rejoicing that his friends were true I really liked Gram She was amazing Perry truly was lucky to be raised by her and Gramps What a difference that made to his life.
I found the ending unrealistic.
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too swee Perry L Crandall is a warm, struggling character and, as a reader, you re drawn into his story I really enjoyed this story of finding one s way through difficult circumstances Throughout the book, I felt myself rooting for Perry, hoping that he wou Perry L Crandall would like you to know that he is not retarded Retarded would be 75 on an IQ test, and he is 76 Besides, Perry takes care not only of himself, but also of his Gran, a crusty, no nonsense woman who loves him for who he is and lets him shine his light through his own accomplishments She tells him the L in his name stands for Lucky Perry describes his life in simple and succinct sentences that manage to be full of wonder and surprise As he speaks, we see all too clearly the Perry L Crandall would like you to know that he is not retarded Retarded would be 75 on an IQ test, and he is 76 Besides, Perry takes care not only of himself, but also of his Gran, a crusty, no nonsense woman who loves him for who he is and lets him shine his light through his own accomplishments She tells him the L in his name stand
Throughout the first quarter or so of the book, I thought it was going to be just another lightweight, insipid story about the triumph of the underdog Well, it is kind of about the triumph of the underdog It is about the triumph of the human spirit And it really is about what really constitutes intelligence And how great a part does our intelligence play in making us the best humans we can be I was worried that it would just be another don t judge a book Lottery by it s cover parable And in a se Throughout the first quarter or so of the book, I thought it was going to be just another lightweight, insipid story about the triumph of the underdog Well, it is kind of about the triumph of the underdog It is about the triumph of the human spirit And it really is about what really constitutes intel Reprinted from the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography cclapcenter.
com I am the original Lottery Reader â Patricia Wood author of this review, as well as the owner of CCLaP it is not being reprinted here illegally So what do you think do you think it s okay for a book Lottery reviewer to occasionally recuse themselves from reviewing certain books Lottery for ethical reasons, kind of like how judges sometimes do it during certain trials Because I have to admit, I original Lottery Reader â Patricia Wood ly wanted to pick up Patricia Wood s Lottery because Reprinted from the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography cclapcenter.
com I am the original Lottery Reader â Patricia Wood author of this review, as well as the owner of CCLaP it is not being reprinted here illegally So what do you think do you think it s okay for a book Lottery reviewer to occasionally recuse themselves from reviewing certain books Lottery for ethical reasons, kind of l

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