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The Shack

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Mackenzie Allen Philips' youngest daughter, Missy, has been abducted during a family vacation and evidence that she may have been brutally murdered ... Show synopsis

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Reviews of The Shack

Overall customer rating: 4.561
Suzanne W

A bit unusual

by Suzanne W on Nov 9, 2014

Might now re-read this; but at the time I finished this book, I thought it the best ever read!--because it encapsulated the humanness of Jesus, the rollicking love of Papa, and the wisdom and spirituality of the ethereal spirit. It lifted me.

Lanny B

The Shack

by Lanny B on Oct 20, 2014

Whatever genre you think this book belongs to, it is all of that and more. I enjoyed the book from a religious perspective. Our creator is always within arm's reach and patiently waits for us to reach out to grab those strong gentle arms. In this story, the arms take on a different perspective.

Diane A

loveditalways

by Diane A on May 17, 2014

I ordered this book many, many years ago, I loved it sooooooo much I wanted my grans to read it..

Marie M

Thought provoking and inspiring

by Marie M on May 2, 2013

Presents a unique picture of the Trinity, depicting God's great love for us all.

royh

Understanding God

by royh on Mar 7, 2013

Wonderful book for anyone who wishes to have a better understanding of the nature of God, the Holy Spirit and Jesus

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Discussions about The Shack

Jeaniecobb

What is your take on this book?

I was not sure if I should read this book or not. They synopsis makes it sound a bit far fetched but it has been on the Alibris top selling list for a few months. How would you describe the value you got from this book?

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Last: 2013-10-04 07:46:36.21
xenia lynn teresa w

Dealing with intra-racia and interacial misconceptions

Yes! The book is lovely...and thought provoking. And I thought his choice of metaphors striking and appropriate. A Servant to portray not only the Father, but also the Son, and the Holy Spirit. And using, for the United States, and perhaps all of Latin America, this will be something that will ... Read more

Nancy G

Unsure

Beyond the cartoon characters, I think it's a provocative read. But not sure provokes me more: The common-downing of the Trinity or having to examine my own hate, prejudices, and unforgiveness. It's been awhile. I may try to read it again.

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