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  • Jul 6, 2010
I could not put this book down. And when I finished it ... I got on the phone and told every one I knew about it. There are times in our life where we do not understand and faith is low. But this true story shared the life of a man that could have given up, who was angry. Through the power of prayer and people who saw great love, shared their love. It has no boundries. God works in the best of ways, this story is absolute proof of that. We are all different ... but we are so the same.

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Quick Tip by . June 27, 2010
I cannot even put into words how much I love this book. I encourage anyone who has a love of reading and wants to understand how different can so often be the same read this book!!!!
review by . June 28, 2010
This book could only be real. If it was a work of fiction the reader would have trouble accepting it all. The writing is done by both men, Ron Hall and Denver Moore, in a back and forth dialogue. This gives the reader the privelage of reading many of the events from very different perspectives. It also lets the reader see how different the voice is for each of these men.      Ron Hall is a wealthy Texas art dealer while Denver Moore is an often violent homeless man who was raised …
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