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  • Michael Houck

    The Shack unbelievable! explains Gods mystery's in a way anyone could understand! profoundly life changing

  • Tiffany Isham

    Because, if anything matters, then everything matters. -- Mind blowing, life changing, heart wrenching, a must read on EVERYONE's Book Bucket List. #theShack #bookBucketList #forgiveness

  • Michelle Akers-Dicken

    The Shack: Where Tragedy Confronts Eternity Julia says it's her favorite book. This really made her think and gave her a broader idea of who God is.

  • Laurie Lynn

    The Shack, such a good book. Talks about breaking religious mindsets and really knowing the heart of God.

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