From City Life to Country - A Disaster: It Walked Like Human, But It Was Not Human
by Harold Edwin Kirtley Jr.
From City Life to Country Life - A Disaster: It Walked Like Human, But It Was Not Human is the true account of the Kirtley family youth. In the 1940s and 1950s drama and strife struck the family, and the author moved to the countryside along with his brothers and sister.
As they struggle through much character-building handwork, they often find food and money to be running short. From City Life to Country Life tells how the children dealt with these struggles as well as with their complicated relationships with their Grandma and Daddy.
Additional adventure ensure with the appearance of a non-human creature. The creature, IT trolls the countryside, causing fear and anxiety. This is Harold Edwin Kirtley Jr.s account of IT.
About the Author
Harold Edwin Kirtley Jr. was born in 1941 in Texas City, Texas. He currently resided in Texas with his family.
From City Life to Country Life - A Disaster is a true story of the authors youth. Though the events of From City Life to Country Life - A Disaster occurred in the 1940s and 1950s, Kirtley waited to tell his story. The manuscript was written and completed over a period between 2007 and 2008.
Kirtley lives each day to be happy. With the knowledge that anything can happen, he aims for on-going personal progress and acts in faith, always.
(2014, Hardcover, 34 pages)