042 - Same Kind of Different as Me

Homelessness is rampant. People without places to lay their heads are found each day. Sometimes it’s easy to simply ignore them and keep walking. This book is about what happens when a homeless man and a wealthy art dealer begin a friendship. The book tackles every issue from modern day slavery to racism to brotherly love to faith. Even though the men’s friendships take center stage the story also includes the faith of a woman named Miss Debbie.

All in all this book was a decent read. I would recommend it mostly because it will cause the reader to think differently about homelessness. Hopefully it will change the hearts and attitudes of those who read it to help them realize that the homeless are people too.

Also, I’m supposed to let you know that I was given a free review copy of the book, but that has nothing to do with whether or not I liked it.

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