Money Run Take two child geniuses thieves in their spare time one obsessed assassin and the richest man in the world to create a compelling completely unpredictable young adult thriller Fifteen year olds As

  • Title: Money Run
  • Author: Jack Heath
  • ISBN: 9780545512664
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Take two child geniuses thieves in their spare time , one obsessed assassin, and the richest man in the world to create a compelling, completely unpredictable young adult thriller Fifteen year olds Ashley and Benjamin have concocted a daring master plan to steal billionaire Hammond Buckland s most precious belonging, hidden in the depths of his conspicuous corporate buiTake two child geniuses thieves in their spare time , one obsessed assassin, and the richest man in the world to create a compelling, completely unpredictable young adult thriller Fifteen year olds Ashley and Benjamin have concocted a daring master plan to steal billionaire Hammond Buckland s most precious belonging, hidden in the depths of his conspicuous corporate building But Hammond Buckland has a most elaborate plan of his own and none of them have counted on Peachey, the hit man with a determination to finish the job at any cost The beginning of a dazzling new series from Jack Heath, author of The Lab and Remote Control.

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    About “Jack Heath

    1. Jack Heath says:

      Jack Heath is the pen name of a bestselling and award winning author His twenty action packed novels have been translated into several languages and optioned for film and television.Jack fell in love with reading in primary school, when an ear infection left him unable to do much else In high school he was frustrated by the slow pace and lack of excitement in most teenage fiction, so he started writing his own novel It was picked out of a slush pile and published while he was still a teenager, and it soon became an international success.In the course of his research, Jack has toured morgues and prisons, performed as a street magician and travelled through eleven countries, including Russia His enthusiastic presentations at schools and festivals have gotten thousands of kids hooked on reading His previous day jobs in which he met many interesting characters include fry cook, music teacher, TV salesman, call centre worker and bookseller He plays several musical instruments, and lives on the land of the Ngunnawal people in Gunghalin, Australia.He was the voice of bears, seals and foxes in the popular mobile game Rodeo Stampede, and he very occasionally writes opinion pieces for LoadScreen.He s a proud member of the ACT Writers Centre, the Children s Book Council of Australia and the Australian Crime Writer s Association, and an ambassador for the ACT Chief Minister s Reading Challenge He is represented by Curtis Brown Australia, and does speaking engagements through Booked Out.To stay up to date and get free ebooks, subscribe to Jack s newsletter at jackheath.



    2 thoughts on “Money Run

    1. _________________________________MONEY RUN Review_________________________________Full formatting of this review at link above. Just. Plain. Awesome.I sat down with this book with no real intention of starting that night, I was just checking it out. Next thing I know, it is 2 o'clock in the morning and I finished it. Thriller, indeed.Ashley Arthur became a thief when her house was robbed when she was younger-she stole back her stuff. After a her mother leaves her father poor and distraught, Ashl [...]

    2. This was such an action packed and suspenseful thriller, that I couldn’t help but finish in one sitting. I started reading it last night, couldn’t put it down, stayed up biting my nails in bed…it was not pretty…trust me. Anyway, the point is that this book was a real page turner wrapped up in a larger than life setting. But this book wasn’t all fluff and pillows either. This book had a bunch of issues that I’m going to go over, which will hopefully explain the abysmal rating.Here we [...]

    3. Oh man, this book. Jack Heath is the author of my favourite sci-fi thriller, Remote Control, and he just became the author of my favourite contemporary thriller. Heath does action scenes so well—not only the high-level car chases and shooting, but also stealthy logical plans and gadget-fuelled infiltrations. These sequences are literally breathtaking; they're so tension-filled that it requires one to pause and catch one's breath.Ash and Benjamin are perhaps the best duo of YA I've read. Not on [...]

    4. This book had me chewing my nails, holding my breath, hanging on. Ashley Arthur's hands do not shake as she sneaks boldly into every life-threatening situation with classic teen nonchalance. Her accomplice on the other end of the data line is as tense as the reader as Ash has one narrow escape after another. Child, do you realize you're up against a serial killer? Get the hell out of there! But you can't tell Ash anything, she's a professional thief addicted to the worst kind of booty - the thri [...]

    5. When I first received this book, I was pretty excited at the prospects of getting to read it. I had never had the opportunity to read a book about thieves, let alone two children doing the thieving. I was pretty pumped at the whole idea that this book was based on. It steps outside of the paranormal or even the normal and creates a book that doesn't contain magical creatures just incredible actions. The book keeps the readers on the edge of their seats, blood pounding through their body as the c [...]

    6. When I first heard about Money Run by Jack Heath it was described to me in a way that had me hooked immediately: "Die Hard meets Hustle". My all time favourite Christmas film meets one of my favourite TV programmes of the last ten years - I was sold immediately and even promoted it straight to the top of the TBR pile and started reading it as soon as it arrived, and I didn't put it down again until I had finished it. Yes, I enjoyed it that much.I am aware that I sometimes over use certain words [...]

    7. Ashley Arthur is calm, cool, and collected. She can pick locks, steal cars, rewire alarms, and scale fences like a champion. She’s one of the best thieves in the world…and she’s only fifteen. With her partner Benjamin running tech support and remote backup, Ash is ready to tackle any challenge. But now the pair have set their sights on one of the richest targets alive. They have solid information that Hammond Buckland, billionaire CEO of HBS, has a whopping $200,000,000 hidden somewhere in [...]

    8. I requested this book because I love the blue cover with the girl climbing up, that got my attention!My Review“Don’t get caught,” is Ashley’s and Benjamin’s motto. Ashley’s parents are divorced, she lives with her dad, she’s a genius intellectually and fearless, and her best friend, Benjamin, calls her Double A. Benjamin is always nervous, awkward around strangers, but also observant, quick-thinking, and skilled with technology. Benjamin is always asking Ash out while they work and [...]

    9. BOOK SYNOPSISTake two child geniuses (thieves in their spare time), one obsessed assassin, and the richest man in the world to create a compelling, completely unpredictable young adult thriller. Fifteen-year-olds Ashley and Benjamin have concocted a daring master plan: to steal billionaire Hammond Buckland's most precious belonging, hidden in the depths of his conspicuous corporate building. But Hammond Buckland has a most elaborate plan of his own - and none of them have counted on Peachey, the [...]

    10. This is a perfect book for the “reluctant reader”. Packed with suspense and fast-paced, Money Run pulled me in immediately, and kept me turning pages very quickly. What else could you expect from a 25 year-old male author? It is, quite frankly, badass. Essentially, the book covers one day in the life of two master-mind criminals as they attempt to pull off the heist that could allow them to retire quite happily…… the age of 15. I admit, at a blush, the teen-aged girl pulling out MacGyver [...]

    11. Money Run is such a fun read. The cover was the first thing that caught my attention - it reminded me of the latest Mission Impossible movie. And after reading the summary, I was hooked. Thankfully, the book turned out to be just as exciting and suspenseful as I'd hoped. Money Run is perfect for fans of movies like Mission Impossible or The Italian Job.I really enjoyed all the different point of views in the story. At first I was worried that would make the story more dull, but actually, being i [...]

    12. I don't know what I expected from Money Run but what I got was a fun, fast-paced read that reminded me a lot of Ally Carter's Heist Society series. Ashley Arthur is a character whose story is far from over and I can't wait to read more about her. Ashley is a cunning, brave, sometimes idiotic thief. She works with her best friend, Benjamin, who is the brains behind the heists. He's funny and smart and works very well with Ashley, even if he is just behind the scenes. There are also three other pe [...]

    13. I did this review on my blog, The Book Sphere, check out my review here This book is unique from many YA books that I have read and I enjoyed that about it. This book starts off with action and the action doesn't stop throughout the whole book. We follow Ashley as she tries to do the ultimate heist by stealing a billion-dollar item from a billionaire. While doing this she finds herself too involved in a plan that she didn't know existed.This book, as said in the description is a thriller. It kee [...]

    14. Beginning the book with two fifteen-year-old teens on a plane trying to steal the most precious gem from a high-tech security system, is a perfect hook to real in the reader. I seem to enjoy the James Bond-style of action, the anticipation of being caught and the technology that seemed a little too unbelievable for even this day and age. Throw in the fact that these are teenagers taking on a highly trained assassin, and a billion dollar business man, really made it even more doubtful.Bringing in [...]

    15. When I first read the synopsis for Money Run, I was excited. Why? Because it was about teenage thieves, and I have been obsessed with these types of scenarios since reading Ally Carter's Heist Society. However, I am not going to lie- I love Heist Society more. Yet, this book does have its good aspects - especially had a humorous moments with the main villain believing his life story will be made into a movie with him playing the lead in the biopic. It will especially be well received by "relucta [...]

    16. Reviewed by a 7th grader: Money Run is a fast-paced mystery thriller about a teenage thief, Ashley Arthur, on her biggest mission yet. Her task is to find and take $200 million hidden in a local billionaire's office building. At the same time, the billionaire Hammond Buckland is being hunted down by Peachy, a hit man sent by the government to kill Buckland. The story follows Ashley, Peachey, and Buckland each on their own seperate missions, one night in one building. The pages are filled with we [...]

    17. Wow. Jack Heath is obviously a very imaginative and creative person in order to write this book. It was fast-paced, and was all adventure, all the time. It was really good and captivating. I'm curious to see if Ash and Benjamin will eventually go out - maybe by the end of the series? I think that if they don't eventually go on a date together, it's going to slightly ruin the book b/c the author brings up their not-dating several times in the book.Buckland is very intelligent. I won't say what he [...]

    18. I read this book as a possibility for a YA program at our library system, and the moment I finished it I ended up nominating it for the program. Ash and Ben are 15 year old who readers can relate to, despite the fact that they are accomplished thieves. They are given a task by "The Source" that is just too good to pass on, however, when Ash goes in to pull off the heist with Ben as off-site support they get tangled up in a complicated web of agencies, power, greed, ego and deceit. Heath does a w [...]

    19. If you love realistic action scenes, I strongly recommend this book. Action, action and action This book is filled with action that makes the readers feel like they just watched a blockbuster movie. A billionaire, top-security skyscraper, Bugatti Veyron, $200 million and two teenager thieves- doesn't this already makes you thrilled? The main character, Ashley Arther, is a teenager girl who decides to steal $200 million from a billionaire businessman named Hammond Buckland. Her main strength is t [...]

    20. All I have to say is wow, I am blown away!!!! This is one of the best books I have ever read!It’s everything I look for in a book: action, mystery, suspense, and realistic fiction (to a degree).I would recommend this book to anyone. The characters are so real and the writing is very descriptive.Also, you aren’t just following the two main characters. There are a bunch of characters that you follow throughout the book, but not so many that it is hard to keep track of who is who.I give this bo [...]

    21. Ash likes being a teenage thief. It's her identity and she is proud of her abilities, past conquests, and her network. The action in this book happens in one night and in one place. This is a teenage thriller complete with geeks, gadgets, and unbeatable fast-paced action (note: this title was published in Australia in 2008 and was first published in the US in 2013, so it does not feature new and cutting-edge technology). Can Ash and her assistant rob the bank of its $200 million--are they quite [...]

    22. Fifteen-year-olds Ashley and Benjamin have made a risky plan: to steal billionaire Hammond Buckland's most precious belonging, hidden in the depths of his conspicuous corporate building. But Hammond Buckland has a most elaborate plan of his own - and none of them have counted on Peachey, the hit man with a determination to finish the job - at any cost! With assassins running loose, police on standby, will these young thieves manage to find Hammond’s secrete stash in time?Money Run is the start [...]

    23. Jack Heath's Money Run is a perfect book.Teen thieves, a billionaire, a skyscraper and $200 million dollars, or so they thought.Add to that a job-obsessed Hitman intent on having his life made into a film, and maybe a tiny bit of fatal disease, and as Jack puts it "watch things explode."Filled with action packed action and twisty plot-twists, money run will keep you guessing, and then kicking yourself for not figuring it out, until the very last page.I would recommend Money Run to any book or ac [...]

    24. Its nice. I like it. A person like me who is intrested in action and thriller stories should read it.

    25. Wow! This is like "Heist Society" on steriods!! Action, twists & turns compiled with multiple story lines.

    26. 5 well deserved stars. While one scene was a tad bit too much (seriously? OIL? Boiling oil? No words needed), it was well written, thrilling and unpredictable. Seriously, I knew that something was up - and who was the one pulling the strings pretty soon - but how? How it will happen, how everything is connected together? No clue, literally, until the last pages.And that, my dears, is the reason this book gets 5 stars. A YA book that's gripping, unpredictable and well written to top it off - with [...]

    27. I don't know what I was expecting with this book, but it is SO DAMN GOOD. It's been a while since I've read a good Mystery/crime/thriller book, but this was amazing.

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