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  • Jessica Roberts

    Wm. Paul Young. The Shack. Such a GOOD book!!

  • Lacrosse Live

    This is one of my favorite books falling under spirituality and if you haven't read this book go get it. Seriously go get it!! Stop waiting. The Shack by Wm. Paul Young

  • Cynthia Holland

    The Shack - This is a great book! Very thought provoking!

  • Rachel Sralla

    The Shack #books #theshack #williampyoung

  • Katie Clark

    Books Worth Reading / Amazon.com: The Shack (9781609414115): Wm. Paul Young: Books

  • Linda Wade

    The Shack - well worth reading more than once - very thought provoking.

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