New Amazon Review

Posted: August 30, 2014 in Uncategorized
5.0 out of 5 stars
A Glimpse Into the World of the Homeless, August 29, 2014
The homeless are everywhere and what many don’t realize is that it can happen to anyone. Whether it’s due to illness, losing a job, mental issues, or just bad luck – it can be you out there.Dennis Cardiff has written an account of the conversations he had with the homeless and before you know it, you get drawn into each story and are eager to find out what happens. He writes in a way that allows you to see each person as an individual instead of just someone you pass on the street on the way to work.I enjoyed the conversations and getting to be a part of the world of the homeless. It’s a book that doesn’t judge but only allows you to glimpse into another world where people are in this situation for a variety of reasons; some through their own life choices and some through no fault of their own.

  1. thevanbrown says:

    Those who have never found it necessary to sleep under a bridge and not know when they will have their next meal will often misunderstand the plight of the homeless. And those who presume to look down on those with no place to call home are very likely to misunderstand a lot of other disparities that could become better if people would care enough to want it to.


  2. xthumbelina says:

    you’re getting a lot of deserved fame for your work =] You’re conversations show a whole new type of life


    • I’m not interested in fame or awards, although increased readership promotes the sales of my book. The proceeds of these sales all go directly to the people forced onto the street. The street people I talk to, on an almost daily basis, have become my best friends.


      • jasmine says:

        That’s really sweet of you. Didn’t know the sales go towards them. Tbh i should have known that!! x


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