Tuesday, October 7, 2014

same kind of different As me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore 235 pages

This book is an emotional and inspiring tale of a dirt poor drifter, Denver, who grew up as a sharecropper on a plantation.  But really, the system was no better than legalized slavery.  Denver became a homeless, uneducated drifter, until the day Deborah Hall entered his life.  You see, Deborah had had a vision, she saw Denver's face and knew that they would make a difference in each other's lives.  But as this true story unfolds, you will wonder just who made the bigger difference, just who inspired who, and in the end, what a powerful thing faith can be. This would be an excellent book club selection and includes a reader's guide.

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