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I laughed, cried, prayed throughout this book. I live in the same area as the author, Richard, and never knew the extent of our homeless population. Read morePublished 3 days ago by anonymous
This book gave me a whole new perspective about humanity in general.Published 5 days ago by a guy name dave
Very interesting book. Really makes you realize how the homeless people actually live. I personally will look at homeless people in a different light now.Published 5 days ago by Barbe
Inspirational? I have finished it and did not find it inspirational. I plodded on and on through it because I wanted to know who C really was. Interesting take on that. Read morePublished 6 days ago by wannabe wanderer
A wonderful story . It won't be easy to forget, won't be possible to ignore a homeless person ever again.Published 12 days ago by Juan Pablo Perez
An eye opener for those who never understood the plight of homelessness.Published 14 days ago by Judy Kidder
It was food for thought. I don't know the solution, but it does define the problem.Published 14 days ago by Arlene J Mizerka