by David Walliams
A hilarious, touching and extraordinary new fable from the author of The Boy in the Dress and Mr Stink.
Joe has a lot of reasons to be happy. About a billion of them, in fact. You see, Joe’s rich. Really, really rich. Joe’s got his own bowling alley, his own cinema, even his own butler who is also an orangutan. He’s the wealthiest twelve-year-old in the land.
But Joe isn’t happy. Why not? Because he’s got a billion pounds… and not a single friend. But then someone comes along, someone who likes Joe for Joe, not for his money. The problem is, Joe’s about to learn that when money is involved, nothing is what it seems.
The best things in life are free, they say – and if Joe’s not careful, he’s going to lose them all…
My Review: This Book I read was finished just two days ago; anyway, as the second Book I’ve read by David Walliams, it has been really hilarious… however, most of his Books are extremely full of Humor, but it also had shown Friendship and Care about Parents and Friends; money doesn’t really make everyone happy, what makes someone happy is spending time with your Best Friends and Parents…this Book truly had this, hence I would recommend this Book to everyone.
A Superb Paragraph…
1) Mr. Spud looked forlorn. He wasn’t sure there was anything left in the world that he could buy for his only child. “Then what Son?”
Joe suddenly had a thought. He pictured himself going round the racetrack all on his own, racing against himself. “Well, there is something I really want…” he said tentatively.
“Name it, Son,” said Mr. Spud.