Jeana's Reviews > Same Kind Of Different As Me: a modern-day slave, an international art dealer, and the unlikely woman who bound them together

Same Kind Of Different As Me by Ron Hall
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Aug 02, 2010

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I really wanted to like this book more than I did. Some parts of it worked for me (I really liked Denver's voice) and some didn't (I didn't really want to hear every event in the story told twice by two perspectives). And while parts of the book are remarkable, it didn't seem that extraordinary. I did like the way Denver had a pathway of communication with the Lord, but sometimes all the religion got in the way of the story.

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message 1: by Rachel (new)

Rachel I respect long titles...

message 2: by David (new)

David Brown What do you think so far? I grew up in ft worth, and thought this was a pretty good book. Different.

Jeana Not too far into it. I definitely like the voice of the homeless man A LOT more than the art collector. It seems more genuine.

message 4: by David (new)

David Brown Yeah, it is very unique for the written word too.

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