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Through this novel The brothers are facing a newer, harder challenge everyday and as the saying goes "what goes up must come down" this is the perfect description of the Cunningham brothers journey, The money is giving them everything but it is also losing everything good they had especially when glass eye comes along.
When he prays for guidance and a giant bag of money falls out of the sky, he figures God has sent it. The end also helped me as a reader to see that money isn’t all it’s cracked up to be and that the relationships you make throughout life are much more important. As a child I would have read and enjoyed this several times, for the simple adventure once, and then a reread for figuring out the mysteries and puzzles and the how-to of economics, and then a nostalgic reread would have given me a chance to appreciate Damian's obsession and visions. Your selection was perfect for our children and what really made the difference was your ability to engage with each child, discuss their interests and help them to choose a suitable book based on your extensive knowledge of the books you were selling. When a huge bag stuffed with more than 200,000 quid comes flying out of the sky and into Damian’s cardboard “hermitage” (i.The writing was very well-paced for a television generation, since the author wrote Millions first as a screenplay it maintains a highly visual and plot-driven style. Millions doesn't give me any types of feelings; it's more of a retelling of a story that happened with someone else- like the person telling the story can't show the emotions of the characters because s/he wasn't there and therefore didn't experience it. Then there are problems other than the money, like Dorothy, whom the boys are convinced aims to replace their mother, whose death aches still.
Damian seems adventurous because he explores around the town to find the saints he is looking for and the crooks who stole the money. Anthony's character is easier to appreciate, and the humor comes through loud and clear to all, too. This book will find appeal and bring about discussion on many topics, particularly the correct way to deal with money. The book was not very relatable because the circumstances and topics in this book aren’t very commonly seen in my life personally and I haven’t had any real life experience with any of the event in this book. Millions is an interesting story about two young brothers who stumble upon a bag filled with thousands of pounds and must try and spend it before the currency is changed to the euro.
Millions focuses on what Damien and and his brother choose to do with a great deal of money that suddenly falls in their laps. Some bits seemed unclear and aspects could have been more explained, but overall it was an interesting read. Damian’s coping mechanism for his mother’s death is to read everything he can about the lives of various saints. He was always optimistic and his happiness was very contagious for me as a reader and his personality and point of view for the story was very different from any other first person book I’ve read.