I Am Everyone I Meet by James P. White: Book Review
by Summer Lane
What is it about someone that attracts your attention? Is it the way they dress, the accent with which they speak, or the simple way they sit on a park bench and read a book? In I Am Everyone I Meet: Random Encounters on the Streets of Los Angeles, James White does not hesitate to strike up a conversation with the most unlikely people. From the homeless man to the drug addict, everybody has a story to tell, and recounted through White’s eyes, the novel is not only entertaining, but also moving.