Oh, this book…
February 11, 2010 | My Jottings
My good friend Carole Seid texted me from Chicago recently with these words: read Same Kind of Different As Me before the day is over…you’ll thank me for it.
Her friendly “command” made me smile, but because she never steers me wrong and some of the best books I’ve read have been Carole’s referrals, it made me want to see what I could learn about it.
I went online and read the reviews and knew I wanted to read it as soon as possible. So rather than wait on a long list at my city library, I downloaded it on my Kindle and had it within 30 seconds.
Oh, this book….it’s heartwarming, it’s heartbreaking, it’s encouraging, it’s incredible, it’s inspiring, and it’s something you would probably want to own. If you’re looking for a book to read that is fabulously written and one you’ll never forget, you’ll want this.
It’s a true story about “a modern-day slave, an international art dealer, and the woman who bound them together,” and is the kind of book I’d like to buy ten copies of to give as gifts.
I asked Michael if he would like me to read it out loud to him and he said yes, so I’m happy for a chance to go through it again.
If you’ve already read Same Kind of Different As Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore, what did you think?
I love it when you recommend a book. This sounds like a must read and I am going to request it from the Superior library. Thanks!