One of the things that many people don't know about me is that I am an avid reader. When you give me a good book, I can't put it down. It rarely takes me more than a day or two to finish a book, no matter how long it is. For Christmas I received this book from my sister in law. I am first going to warn you about the content of the book. This is a book about Christianity. We make it a point to not make an issue of religion on air and would never want anyone to ever think we were forcing our religious opinions on them- I just simply find this an incredibly insightful book.
The author of the book says you shouldn't tell people the content of the book beforehand, but just let them experience it for themselves, but it was the storyline that had me so intrigued. It is about a man whose daughter was abducted and killed in a shack while his family was on a camping trip. He and his family had a hard time healing from the accident, until one day he receives a letter in the mail. It is a letter from God, telling him to meet him at the Shack. The man doesn't know whether or not to take it seriously, or if it could be the killer (whom was never caught) setting him up. That is as far as I will go, because the rest you will have to read for yourself.
I do admit there are times that the author does get a little preachy and makes it hard to stay with the story, but in the end you will find it to be an incredibly enlightening story. Let me know if you read the book and what you think of it!