Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Book Review: The Same Kind of Different As Me

By Ron Hall and Devner Moore with Lynn Vincent

It’s often said that truth is stranger than fiction. So it could be said of the unlikely, true story of Denver Moore and Ron Hall. One black. The other white. One the son of a dirt-poor sharecropper, an ex-convict, homeless man. The other a college-educated man, an international art dealer.

What could possibly bring these two complete opposites together? Read this heart-warming, New York Times Bestseller and be amazed at how God works in ordinary lives. Fix a cup of tea, find a comfy chair, and start reading. Don’t let a bit of a slow start stand in the way of finishing the book. You will be glad you did.


grammy said...

I will have to look for it at the library...it does sound good (o:

NanaNor's said...

Hi there, Glad to see your book review-I'll be driving to Ca. in a couple of weeks and need a good book to read. Tomorrow I see the GI specialist about my enzymes number-relating to bile duct. On the good side-we put our Ca. house up but only til the end of Oct. Hubby got a part time job at the golf course so that will cover his gold. We met a man Rich Weitzel(sp?)who works for the same company your hubby does and he knows your man. Small world.
Have a blessed day.