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The stories told about the adventures of being homeless we're eye opening.
What a way to make us search our own hearts and look at a segment of our society that could affect any of us, but for the grace of God!
I think a lot of people should read this book so they can learn that the homeless are good people facing hard times.
I didn't like that he never gave more information how he got to be homeless. Also there had to be more to his story he wasn't telling us because why would his family and friends... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Marianne Cardwell
Great book!! Showed me a side of the "homeless" life that I had never thought of before. Sad, funny and heart warming. Should be required reading for high school students.Published 2 days ago by S. R. Brooks
It was a wonderful book and made the homeless real to me. I support the churches, Salvation Army and all the places that help the homeless.Published 5 days ago by chrysallis
Truly an inspirational story. Certainly gave me an insight to homeless people and not to judge those who are homeless. Read morePublished 6 days ago by jmn
Didn't think I'd ever finish it but it stays with you for a long time...so that's good.Published 17 days ago by Rhonda
I wondered if I wasn't feeling Richard in his words because they were so familiar to me as a homeless youth ,so often cold and hungry battling mental problems I didn't know had... Read morePublished 18 days ago by HushLizard
I read this book to help me feel more connected to a loved one who is homeless. Some of the darker chapters were hard to get through, but now that I'm finished, I have renewed hope... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Cynthia L. Crawford
This is an outstanding story and a very easy read. I recommend it to anybody who has been homeless, has been close be becoming homeless and/or knows someone who is homeless. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tim Allen
Loved it. The faceless on the streets became personalities. It was interesting to see how the author adapted to his circumstances with resilience and humility. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Diane Green