Here’s one of those rare books that both men and women will love:
It’s a true story about Ron Hall, an up-and-coming art dealer in Dallas, Texas, and Denver Moore, a down-and-out homeless man from Louisiana. Their lives collide about mid-way through the book, leaving each man forever changed.
The book is very well written, alternating POV’s with each chapter. As different as their “voices” are, both men have remarkable objectivity and clarity about themselves.
The heroine of the story, though, is Ron’s wife, Deborah. That gal is just…solid.
Same Kind of Different as Me was published two or three years by Thomas Nelson Publishers. I missed it, somehow, but thanks to a recommendation by my friend Margaret, I picked it up from the library.
And now I want to buy a couple of copies for gifts! It’s that good.
Have you read it? If so, what did you think?