Just before I left school, in my last physics lesson, my physics teacher made a plea to the class. He said he was desperate to find a book which was the most brilliant he had ever read. He didn't have a copy (I don't remember why but these were the days when people went to the library every week and thought twice before splashing out to buy a book). He was so keen to find it that he begged the class to keep an eye out for it and if anyone found a copy, at any time in their lives, to trace him and tell him. I was moved by his plea and never forgot it, nor did I find the book. This was long before the internet and now he has surely either found it on Amazon, or he has died unlucky. I hope he found it. He was a fantastic teacher. His name was Coleman and the book was The Millionth Chance. I give it 5 stars on his behalf.