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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 1/27 Karen Nahas wrote: Same Kind of Different as Me is an amazing story of unlikely friends told in two voices by Ron Hall and Denver Moore. I finished this book in 1 day. It is one of my top 3 favorite books of all time.There is so much I loved about this book, but mostly, I loved the message ... Book Review: Same Kind of Different as Me.
On 1/19 Sarah Esh wrote: Once I picked this book up I had a hard time putting it down. The story is of Denver Moore, a modern day slave who escapes life on a plantation in Louisiana in the 1960’s. Through a seires of events he ends up homeless in Fort Worth, Texas, where he meets Ron Hall, a wealthy art dealer, and his wife, ... Once I picked this book up I had a hard time putting it down.
On 1/19 Megan Strange wrote: “The truth about it is, whether we is rich or poor or somethin in between, this earth ain’t no final restin place. So in a way, we is all homeless–just workin our way toward home.” Denver Moore, Same Kind of Different as Me It seems incredibly appropriate that I finished reading Same Kind of ... A Story of Hope...in the midst of Homelessness and even in the midst of the world's "success"
On 1/7 Katy Zitzmann wrote: I decided I wanted to be a little more intentional about reading different types of genres this year so when I saw Same Kind of Different as Me pop up to review, I jumped on board and I am glad I did. The book chronicles the interwoven stories of Ron Hall and Denver Moore. They both take turns writing ... Quick, Interesting Read
On 1/4 Julie from Small Town Nebraska wrote: If you’re looking for a good book to read to start off your year, I highly recommend The Same Kind Of Different As Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore, which is essentially a very interesting and moving autobiography of two people. Did you catch that? It’s an autobiography of two people, a true story ... A New Year
On 12/30 Virginia Garrett wrote: This book was published in 2006 and I was intrigued by it. When a friend at church recommended it to the leadership, and thought everyone should read it, I was even more intrigued. This book, written by Ron Hall and Denver Moore, spent three years on the New York Times Bestseller list. It is the story ... Interesting, good book
On 12/23 Brandy Toenges wrote: I don't think I've read a book that has had me in tears like this one. This book is written from two narrative perspectives; Denver, a modern day ex-slave (if you can even wrap your brain around that) and Ron Hall, the man who became his "friend". Let's talk about Denver for a minute. He is a man who ... SAME KIND OF DIFFERENT AS ME: BOOK REVIEW
On 12/23 Amanda Snow wrote: I was determined to have this holiday season be slower than years past. To be more intentional in our time and not crazy stressed trying to get last minute gifts all purchased as wrapped. For the most part, my wish has come true and Elliott and I have spent a lot of time reading by the light of our Christmas ... What We're Reading: Christmas Edition (and some others)
On 12/22 Holly Frady wrote: If you've been watching the news you might have noticed there is a lot of racial issues taking front and center of our attention right now. Same Kind of Different As Me seemed like a suiting book to pick up to explore this issue from other perspectives including, Denver Moore who grew up after slavery ... Book Review: Ron Hall and Denver Moore's Same Kind of Different As Me
On 12/18 nomer15 wrote: "Same Kind of Different As Me" is a collaboration, the tale of how two very different lives intersect. Told in the first person, authors Ron Hall and Denver Moore take the reader on a journey of their lives, both individual and corporate. Both were raised in the South, but with one being white and the ... A Review: "Same Kind of Different As Me" by Ron Hall and Denver Moore