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by Jack Heath
What would you do for $200 million? Would you break into a billionaire businessman's top-security skyscraper? Would you drive a priceless sports car off the roof? Would you fly a helicopter with only a handbook to guide you? And would you take on an unstoppable hitman intent on your destruction? For teen thieves Ash and Benjamin, it's a no-brainer... Money Run is a high-octane thriller, starring two unlikely heroes with a dangerous appetite for adventure... and big stacks of cash.
“Packed with edge-of-your-seat moments and cinematic action sequences, ensuring readers will be gripped from start to finish.”
Jack Heath was first published at the age of 18. He's 25 now.
When he's not writing or web-designing, Jack is performing street magic, composing film music, teaching or lecturing at schools and festivals, or playing a variety of instruments including the piano and the bass guitar. He stoically ignores his lack of qualifications or training in any of these areas.
Second place Brilliant Book Award
An annual award voted for by students at Key Stage 3 in schools across Nottinghamshire, Nottingham City and Derbyshire. The award promotes reading for pleasure and raises awareness of children’s literature, promoting excellence as well as popularity.
Packed with edge-of-your-seat moments and cinematic action sequences, ensuring readers will be gripped from start to finish.
This thrilling and far-fetched novel had me turning the pages with speed... Sheer, exhilarating escapism.
School Librarian Journal (Vol. 59, No. 4)
If you love full-on action films then you will love this book.
Boyzone 4 Boys blog
If you like action and the mind blowing way these two protagonists can get out of trouble, then this is the book for you.
This is a high octane, rollercoaster of a story. Every page contains danger, thrilling escapes and nail biting plot twists before culminating in an exciting stand off. So sit back, suspend disbelief and enjoy the ride.
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