by Robert S. Fuller Bucko recounts his journey through life after the death of his mother at the age of eight. Later when he continues to run away from a dysfunctional home, his father has him committed to a reform school. He later joins the U.S. Navy and serves in the South Pacific during World War II. In civilian life, some of his obstacles were losing of sight in one eye, jumping from a burning tractor-trailer traveling at forty miles per hour, and being struck by a stock car while serving as a flagman at the race track. Buckos crowning achievement was accepting Gods love and His Saving Grace. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Robert S. Fuller has lived his life in Elmira, New York, known as Mark Twain country. He has been married for fifty-nine years to his loving wife Connie. He is working on writing a fictional novel about his exploits during World War II, which embellishes on events from his life. His hobby is teaching others how to win at Craps, a game of rhythm rolling and influencing the dice. (2006, paperback, 64 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.