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The Shack | Paperback

Released on 17 July 2008

Author: William P. Young | Format: Paperback

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The powerful bestselling novel of how a grief-stricken man's encounter with God changes his life forever.

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 The Greatest Book I Have Read!

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This is truly a great thought provoking book. I have bought several copies and handed them out to friends and family and everyone has thanked me for giving them the best read of their lives so far! I am not a religious type at all. I describe myself as agnostic, but what this book describes is what I believe in. So very well written. Buy it you won't regret it!

 Spell binding and beautiful beyond words

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This book is the most profound and beautiful read ever, I was completely and utterly overwhelmed. It moved me in ways I never thought possible. I have been a lifelong atheist and to set foot in the Christian faith and read this book as I search for God just left me emotionally shattered and filled with the unshakable knowing that it was meant for me..........just like it could be for anyone. It was a stepping stone for me and I would recommend it to anyone and everyone. Beautifully written and delicately delivered. The most important book Ive ever read.

 Awesome!

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What an amazing read! I am not much of a bookworm myself and it is testament to a book when i even finish it. I read this in 2 days. The shack takes you on a journey of discovery and i found myself looking at god from a completly different perspective.

I highly reccommend it!

 Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful.

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This has got to be one of the best if not the best book I've ever read. It's so inspiring and gives the reader a wonderful insight into who God is. Congratulations to William Young for getting such an important message across to Christians and non-Christians alike. I was so pleased to hear that it was the number one best selling book in the states in 2008.

 Thought provoking

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I read this book, expecting it to be the literary equivalent of "Christian Rock"; however, from the first chapter I was hooked. The author grabbed me in a place that was so close to my heart - as a father and led me on a journey peppered with tears and laughter. This book has challenged my preconceptions regarding the person of God. I would wholeheartedly recommend this book to Christian and Non-christian alike.

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AuthorWilliam P. Young
PublisherHodder & Stoughton General Division (GB)
Year2008
ISBN9780340979495
FormatPaperback - 256 Pages