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Reviewed by Luwi Nyakansaila for Readers' Favorite
Jerry panics when he cannot find his wallet to pay a restaurant bill. He calls family and friends, but no one picks up. Fortunately, one of the customers, Richard, volunteers to lend him a one-hundred-dollar bill on the condition they exchange names and home addresses, and Jerry returns the money. Jerry finds the man's kind behavior odd but accepts his offer to avoid embarrassment. The next day, Jerry is visited by the restaurant manager, who claims the hundred-dollar bill he paid last night was missing. Jerry clears the confusion but is spooked when he finds the same hundred-dollar bill in his wallet. When Jerry visits the address he was given to return the money he borrowed, he is informed that no one named Richard lived there. Over time, Jerry realizes he has a magical hundred-dollar bill that is bound to cause him and those around him problems. Get a copy of Change Of Luck by Ken Saik to discover what troubles Jerry will encounter due to his newfound luck.
The magical hundred-dollar bill of commotion is back. I loved reading about it in Change of Luck: Not Losing My Mind, where it was used to play pranks on the staff in an elderly home, and in this installment, it turns Jerry’s life upside down. Change of Luck is an entertaining story that will captivate you from start to finish. Ken Saik brought each character to life with his realistic details. I loved getting to know the characters and their personalities. The author gave a great contrast as to how a good or a bad person can react to having a hundred-dollar bill that returns to your wallet whenever you use it. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves fun stories with a magical twist. I loved the ending and cannot wait to read about the next recipient of the bill.