Fourteen year-old Bradley (Bully) has lost his old life. Since his mother’s death six months ago, he has been sleeping rough on the streets of London with his dog, Jack. But one night, hidden in the folds of a birthday card, which was his mum’s last gift to him, Bully finds a winning lottery ticket. His joy is short lived. He quickly finds out that he’s too young to claim the prize money and he’s only got three days to get it. Word gets put out on the street. His friends change and Bully suddenly realises that he might not survive the next forty-eight hours. What begins as a heartbreaking story of loss and grief, quickly turns into a pulse-racing thriller that finds hope in the most unlikely of places and a home that speaks to an entire nation in search of itself.