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  • The Shack Questions

    4 posts, 4 voices, 2878 views, started May 22, 2009

    Posted on Friday, May 22, 2009 by Fab40

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    • Amethyst
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      Hello Friends!  Here are the starting questions for The Shack.  Since I don’t really know where people are in the book I will ask basic questions just to get the conversation started.  You will have until Tuesday to answer these questions and them I will post the final questions so we can finish this book by May 31.

      1. What captured your attention first in this novel?

      2. Talk about your favorite character in this book and how they made you feel?

      3. Describe some of your emotions and what drove them while reading this book?

      4. What was your overall feeling about this book and please describe in a brief paragraph.

      Let’s start chatting!  I look forward to your responses!



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          Laurie Zieber wrote May 24, 2009
        • 1. I read the first of the book without a lot of capture until he arrived at the shack. Then I put it down for two weeks because it demanded focus that my schedule would not immediately allow.
          2. Hmmm. i think I can not choose between the characters of the Trinity.
          3. I was touched by the tenderness of the conversations at the shack. I ached as the moments at the campground were re-lived. I’ll not be more specific than this until I know I won’t reveal too much.
          4. The literary work was genius in my opinion.  I read with a sharp ear for false doctrine and was amazed at how creatively the author had spun this tale without losing or compromising biblical truth.  I was amazed by the work, moved by the story and it may be one of the best explanantions of the Trinity I have ever heard.



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          Stephanie Wolf wrote Jun 4, 2009
        • Sorry, I didn’t check my groups and didn’t realize you had posted questions.

          1. What captured your attention first in this novel?

          I had heard so many good reviews on this book, but it seemed to grab me from the start.  Reading a book that actually portrayed God as a woman was a first for me.

          2. Talk about your favorite character in this book and how they made you feel?

          Not sure who was a favorite, they all seemed to attract me in their own ways.

          3. Describe some of your emotions and what drove them while reading this book?

          The more I read, the more I wanted to read, and especially to find out how it was going to end, especially with all the kept happening.  Although I was disappointed with the ending.

          4. What was your overall feeling about this book and please describe in a brief paragraph.

          I have recommended it to many of my friends as I thought it was as good as the reviews I had heard.  As mentioned earlier, I was disappointed with the ending, but overall the story was very good.

          Stephanie
          sewolf0310



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