Where Hell Began

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Tobin Walker begins his "adult life" at thirteen, walking away from his parents farm in Nebraska in the early 1900's and the journey begins up to and including his travel due to the Great Depression, through hardships of many kinds but none like the one in the end of the book, a shocking finish! No it is not about the man on the cover that is a drawing of another man not fictionalized in here.
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Words: 60,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466189485
About UC Poika

My youth is greater than my age. I live in a small apartment with my cat Tiger in Northern Minnesota. She thinks I'm a god but I am not, not really. I am an avid writer. I don't quite know what an "avid" is but I am sure I can write one, if I haven't already.
I love to write but can't believe I will ever write a 2-400,000 word novel. I love shorter novels and my hope is that you will too. I live in a city in the middle of the northwoods of Minnesota with my cat in a fun little apartment that suits our needs, Tigerless and mine. She is a fourteen year old oarnge tiger cat with a lovable nature who sometimes watches me write, not as often now as she used to but she does. I think she thinks I am God and I can't help myself, I approve. After 14 novels and counting as well as several if not many shorter eBooks though many of my full lengthed books are also available as eBooks. My life is writing. I can't stop! Sometimes I wish I could but I am a hopeless addict who was once turned down from Writers Annonymous. I am a very private individual and I am surprised I wrote so much about myself. I hope then this helps us get acquainted. And, I also hope you enjoy any or all of my books. Send me a message at my email address and I will be glad to help you find any or all books I have written.

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Review by: Sue Erickson on Feb. 24, 2012 :
I liked your book very much, but I am not sure if I like the ending. With that said, I still liked it. Hard life.
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