The Shack: Where Tragedy Confronts Eternity - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

William P. Young
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In Chapter 18, Mack woke slowly hearing squeals of excitement whenever he squeezed someone’s hand or opened his eyes. At first he was not sure where he was or what had happened to him. He finally learned he had been unconscious for nearly four days after a bad car wreck. There were bits and pieces of his drive to Joseph that he remembered. He saw images of Papa, Jesus, Sarayu and the judge in his dreams.

About a week after the wreck, Willie came to see him. He told Mack that Nan was mad at him for letting him borrow his Jeep to drive to the shack. Mack asked why he had been at the shack and Willie mentioned the note. It was this mention that made Mack remember what had happened. Everything came back so powerfully that Mack started crying and Willie apologized...

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