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My Twisted Life: Memoirs of Randolph Douglas Hopkins
My Twisted Life Memoirs of Randolph Douglas Hopkins
Author: Suzie Q Valentine
My Twisted Life is about the life of RandolphDouglas Hopkins. His voice takes the reader on a journey through Randy's first childhood memory of beingbrutally beaten for a crime he didn't commit. Then living in unimaginable pain as punishment for that crime. With a strong will to live and simply beingtoo stubborn to die, he endured brutal amputat...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781438977843
ISBN-10: 1438977840
Publication Date: 6/12/2009
Pages: 348
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Publisher: AuthorHouse
Book Type: Paperback
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A true story filled with very brutal and graphic in details & is not for the faint of heart. Randy suffered great abuse at the hands of his mother and her boyfriends or husbands. Their constant moving around the country to stay one step ahead of law enforcement, and Child Welfare Services. For most of his young life, he has had to take care of himself, from the many near death injuries, that surely would have killed most of us. Tales of abuse at the hands of the ones that should have protected him, and his own personal drug abuse that seemed to have been then only thing, that helped him survive these horrors. If you have ever wondered of the evil in this world, this book alone, will prove the pure evil and depravity of members in today's society.
But it shows glimmers of hope when he befriends other kids that are abused and later in life when falls in love...
Has many ups and lot of downs... I hope perhaps one day that Ms. Valentine, will continue Randy's story... And wherever he is wish and pray for him all the best.
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