When I picked up this book I was not sure what to expect. I have shelves laiden with 'Get Rich' advice books, Business 'must have' books and 'Be A Better Person' lifestyle books. The title intriged me as I have always believed I am unlucky, I never win a raffle, have 2 failed marriages behind me and certainly was not expecting to win the lottery (although I always bought a ticket). What I wasn't expecting was to feel so much emotion after reading this book. The book is not an English masterpiece it is quite simply one man's story in his own words. Matt Kinsella's style is refreshingly honest, not an ounce of 'poor old me', just a genuine desire to share his story so far. It opened my eyes to so many aspects of my life that I had no freedom in. I cried when I realised how little time I spend with my daughters; not the all running round the house time but the relaxed fun time when we laugh and chat together. It has triggered some major changes in my life. I have realised that I was trying to achieve a dream I didn't even have any more and that other things are now so much more important to me. I couldn't put it down and I would urge you to read it for yourself.