Carson is Ron and Deborah’s son and Regan’s brother. Also a committed Christian for his whole life, Carson takes after his father—in the positive ways—as much as Regan does her mother. Although Carson visits the Union Gospel Mission numerous times, particularly to pray with homeless for Deborah’s healing, his main passion seems to be the world of art-dealing. Like Regan, Carson is a young adult for most of the story and plays a small role, though he, too, seems to accept Denver as a member of the family.
Carson Hall Character Timeline in Same Kind of Different as Me
The timeline below shows where the character Carson Hall appears in Same Kind of Different as Me. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
...proves too painful for Deborah to endure. Shortly after Deborah’s 55th birthday, Ron, Deborah, and Carson attempt to visit Regan in Colorado, but the altitude of the mountains and Deborah’s chemo-depleted... (full context)