Well, what can I say. When I read the summary and the customer reviews of this book I had thought it would be better than it was. The first part of the book when Mack’s daughter goes missing is interesting. It shows how quickly someone, especially a little one, can just disappear. Then Mack gets a note in the mail telling him to go to the shack where his daughter last was and he thinks this note is from God or some really sick joke. Turns out it is from God and the story that ensues is of Mack having conversations with God and learning about himself and his beliefs. I found this middle part drawn out and really kind of boring-maybe for someone else it would be much more interesting-I don’t know. For me, I ended up skimming over some of it (yes, skimming-I know that’s bad), but I read enough to know what he was discovering about himself and moved on. I liked the ending as it wrapped up the novel and didn’t leave you wondering anything. I don’t know if I’d recommend it. I think it would depend on who the reader was. It’s by no means a bad book and maybe you just need to be in a different frame of mind to read it than I was. It was just okay for me.