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Same Kind of Different As Me
By Ron Hall and Denver Moore
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 11/21 Book Nerd wrote: In this story, you'll discover that people may look different, but they really aren't different. We are all cut from the same cloth and made in the image of God. This basic truth permeates through this story from beginning to end. This story is inspiring and very thought-provoking. In fact, you'll find ... Not that different
On 11/10 AllenKenya wrote: Denver's voice is the first one heard and he opens the story by saying, "Until Miss Debbie, I'd never spoke to no white woman before. Just answered a few questions, maybe--it wadn't really speakin. And to me, even that was mighty risky since the last time I was fool enough to open my mouth to a white ... Book Review: Same Kind of Different as Me
On 3/12 mshnryman wrote: This book was really a gripping story! Sometimes you think that you can't connect with people because they are worlds apart, but Same Kind of Different as Me tells an amazing story of two people from completely different backgrounds that crossed paths and were forever changed by their friendship. There ... Book Review - Same Kind of Different as Me
On 8/28 Glenda Penner wrote: A collaboration, a story told in the voice of two very different men. Men whose very meeting changes the life of the other in profound ways and of the woman whose unconditional and selfless love ties them together. Same Kind of Different As Me is not an easy story to read. It speaks of the dark and bitter ... Same Kind of Different As Me
On 7/4 mom2childs wrote: That happened to me with a book I was supposed to read from BookSneeze, but could barely get through the first chapter. It’s a very weird feeling when everyone and their mother enjoys the book, and I’m one of less than 2 dozen people (out of over 800) who didn’t find it appealing. The book is ... Have you ever read a book that you just couldn’t get into?
On 6/25 Katie Geiger wrote: I had a hard time getting into this book. For me it was slow reading and I really wasn't all that interested. I was fascinated by the concept of the book, and once I got into it, it became much more interesting to see how the lives of the people in the story became intermingled. The writing style ... Book Review
On 2/1 Tess wrote: This page turner is a true story of the unlikely friendship between Ron and Denver. Ron is a (very) wealthy Texas art dealer. Denver is a former modern day slave/homeless man. It’s a real life story. Not a happy nice-nice Christian story that we usually get. It’s reality. One of my issues with most ... Awesome Read
On 1/13 wmuhardy wrote: Three or four weeks ago, I finally got around to finishing Same Kind of Different As Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore. I was about 6 months behind everyone else at church, so I kind of caught all the hype and decided to just make it happen. Can I just say that I'm so glad I cleared my reading schedule ... Great book, inspiring.
On 1/1 dawn bailey wrote: Great Book. Highly recommend. Makes for great group discussion book. Motivated and inspired me. Cried a little and laughed a little. Would make a great gift or keep on your own bookshelf. This is a clean book. I am glad to have read this book. Look foraward to more books by authors. What a great bible ... Great Book
On 12/9 Winona Morris wrote: I've had a hold of this book for quite some time. I would pick it up occasionally, read a paragraph or two, then put it back down again. I honestly thought I would never make it through the whole thing. Then I got past Ron's first chapter, and into Denver's second, and finally the story grabbed me ... Same Kind Of Different