" This far-fetched yarn is a great escape. As a recovering journalist, I enjoy the pokes Carl Hiaasen takes at my former profession, but, really, no one is safe from the skewer: not Pentecostals, nor conspiracy theorists, nor white supremacists, nor corrupt union types. Two of the more sympathetic characters in the book about a winning lottery ticket that gets away are a black ATF agent and a Hooters waitress. The story is far-fetched, but Hiaasen can likely find real-life folks in South Florida to match his characters. If you're looking for something that's well-paced, well-written but not too heavy, this is for you. "
— Marguerite, 1/14/2014