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The Awesome Lives of Tommy Twicer: Part One-bookcover

By: Steve Juke

The Awesome Lives of Tommy Twicer: Part One

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The Awesome Lives of Tommy Twicer is my account of a secret that my bampy said must never be told except in time of dire emergency. Now is the time. I grew up in South East Wales in Penmaen near Oakdale in the Sirhowy Valley. Oakdale is a model village and it holds the most incredible secret that was wiped from the memory of all but a selected few. I am the latest of those few but now the secret must be revealed to maintain the integrity of a secret magical outpost named Abercwmzoo deep in the heart of the Sirhowy Valley from further development by Caerphilly County Borough Council. The story revolves around the amazing exploits of a very special young man who was born in Tuchola, Poland, on the stroke of midnight on December 31st, 1900. He was born Tomas Tomaschevski, a farm boy who had a dream. In 1914, World War One broke out and he left the family farm to make his fortune in Moscow but fate took him to St Petersburg and involvement in the Russian Revolution. He fled to Wales in fear of his and his sweetheart’s lives with the help of some heroic characters and makes his home in Oakdale where he assumes the name of Thomas. This is the first part of his awesome life in Poland and Russia up to his arrival in Wales. Please enjoy it and help save Abercwmzoo and preserve the beauty of the Sirhowy Valley.

Steve Juke is a 64-year-old retired policeman. He is married and has three children, six grandchildren and three step-grandchildren. Over the years, he has told many bedtime stories in which he has used his overactive imagination and created many fantastic animal characters such as Taff the Giraffe, Brion the Lion and Tommy Turtle. When he became a fulltime child-minder, he decided to write and created The Awesome Lives of Tommy Twicer, which hopefully will be the start of many more.

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