Throughout thus book, I laughed and I cried. It's what I call a happy-sad book. It's happy AND it's sad at the same time. But, I really enjoyed it. I went into reading this book with high expectations (since my Mom, Dad, and Max had read it and liked it), and my expectations were definitely met. This book opened my eyes to the subject of homelessness (which is a REAL issue that I will be confronted with in approximately one month when I move to Chicago) and really made me think about the ways that I could reach out to people and how the little things that we do to help can make a HUGE lasting impact. When Ron and his wife Deborah first meet Denver, he is what we think of when we think our stereotypical "inner-city homeless dude". But, by the end of the story, Denver isn't the only one that has a change of heart and life.
"Just tell them I'm a nobody that's tryin to tell everbody 'bout Somebody that can save anybody. That's all you need to tell them" -Denver Moore
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