Hell's too Good for Some People by Dr. Larry Ivan Vass
A Memoir

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"Life has changed forever. The matriarch of the family has died; things will never be the same. All that is left is memories of a life well lived and preciously spent.

Enter a world where challenges for survival never stop. Life looms large; anything and everything is possible. Lewis and Larry, two brothers growing up on a farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia expereince outrageous adventures as they face down bulls and hide from bears, are supernaturally protected from snakes, come face to face with spooks, and become embroiled with witches.

Age twelve is not only a magical age, but a near tragic age for the brothers and their only sister, Theoa. Lewis came close to losing his head when he was thrown from a tractor, Larry was nearly shot between the eyes by a twenty two bullet from a rifle misfire, and Theoa contracted a life changing virus known as poliomyelitis that left one of her legs shorter than the other. Their story is one of survival against all odds.

Love, fear, adventure, hardship, and struggles push the brothers to new highs and lows. Even during the worst snow and ice storm recorded in the mountains of Southwest Virginia, the brothers are challenged not only to save some stranded cattle, but themselves.

Join the two brothers as they overcome the missteps, mishaps, and misadventures in Hell's Too Good For Some People."

About Dr. Larry Ivan Vass

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Dr. Larry Ivan Vass graduated from Virginia Tech, the Medical College of Virginia School of Dentistry, and Trinity College of the Bible and Seminary. He has been a practicing dentist since 1973. He is also the author of Temporomandibular Joint Pain Dysfunction Syndrome: Its Diagnosis and Treatment, and A Reformed View of the Sovereignty of God in a Postmodern World. Dr. Vass lives with his wife in LaPlata, Maryland.
Published April 14, 2010 by iUniverse. 152 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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