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Unshaken is certainly a gripping story, and a deeply personal one as well.
This book is so well written; as I read - I was 'Dan'; When Christy was running to Dan in the Miami hospital - I could 'see' her running.
Overall, this is an inspiring story of God's grace and faithfulness, showing how He can bring good out of all circumstances.
Inspirational and well written. I enjoyed the audible version while on a recent trip so was able to hear the entire bookPublished 3 months ago by Precious
I am one who does NOT like reading. But I got this book and loved it from page 1 until the end. I honestly had times where I had to force myself to put it down and save it for... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Philip Patterson Jr.
This book is well written and very moving! Mr Woolley's experience in the Haitian earthquake was life changing and he brings his readers right along with him! Read morePublished 7 months ago by db
I was shaken as I read the experience of being trapped in the hotel after the Haiti earthquake. It was as if I were experiencing the tragedy myself.Published 9 months ago by Dwayne Batten
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 14 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 15 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 15 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 15 months ago by Dennis E. Beckwith