Enthusiastic letter from Sugarland, TX reader!
I must admit that when I picked up this book from my local library in Sugar Land TX (SW of Houston), I was intrigued by the subject, but also (and perhaps more) drawn to it in that the author and I share the same surname (mine without the accent, and pronounced like "boy" and "toy").
But once I started reading it, I could not put it down. I began to read it at about 7:00 p.m. on 04/23/2007, and here I am writing to you at 1:30 a.m. on 04/24/2007.
I am writing to you to kindly ask that you convey my deepest respect to Dr. Moye. The dignity and the best of humanity that he wrote of in this book was delivered compellingly, humbly, and compassionately. The insights and lessons that he offered up in his book will be something that I will not soon forget. Please convey also my deepest gratitude for his book.
Sugar Land, TX