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Overall, this is an inspiring story of God's grace and faithfulness, showing how He can bring good out of all circumstances.
I had followed Dan Woolley's story as it was happening in January 2010 through the "Haiti Earthquake Hotel Montana" Facebook page and Compassion International.
This book is about the strength of a marriage, struggling with hope and faith, and surviving spiritual and emotional battles like clinical depression.
Tells actual happening and how bad the situation is in Haiti.
I would recommend the book to anyone.
It has a definite Christian theme
I went to school with Dan and I am just amazed by his story. I can't believe what a miracle he is.Published 3 months ago by Justme
An unusual setting for sure: buried under 6 stories! It helped to know that the author of the book was the one under so obviously he made it out. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gayle Lai
I was immediately drawn in and could hardly put this book down. Dan's writing just helps you feel exactly what he was going through.Published 4 months ago by Cindy Grohs
This takes you on a ride with wheels on 2 tracks at once. Both stories are compelling for very different reasons...but no less inspiring and thought-provoking.Published 4 months ago by Dennis E. Beckwith
This book has wonderful story. Its a book taken from a Christian perspective, so that is something to keep in mind.Published 4 months ago by Sybil Chahbandour
When I found out I'd be spending a year in Haiti, I read everything I could get my hands on. Of all the books I read, this stands out in my mind the most. Read morePublished 6 months ago by AbbiJohnson
This was an awesome testimony to faith and healing. Dan Wooley gives a very honest and revealing account of his life, his marriage, and his horrifying entrapment inthe Hotel... Read morePublished 11 months ago by juliealice
This first hand account of the Haiti earthquake was really something to read. You could feel and hear what he went through, his descriptions were so vivid. Read morePublished 13 months ago by K. Ulmer