The day Emma Green's GCSE results came through was the day her parents won twenty-three and a half million pounds on the National Lottery. There's no point working for exams any more - she'll never need a job. She can buy anything in the whole world. She doesn't need her boring old friends when she can fly Concorde to Paris to buy designer clothes, and when she and her family are featured in Heigh-Ho! magazine in their flash new mansion. As Emma and her father Eddie Green egg each other on to spend more and more wildly, you long for Emma to get her comeuppance - and she does. A dark and shocking fable from an author with his finger on the pulse and a rare ability to make you care about unlikeable people.
Used availability for John Brindley's Changing Emma
February 2002 : UK Paperback