After experiencing a family tragedy, Mac Phillips turns into a deep depression that makes him question his deepest beliefs. Faced with a crisis of confidence, he receives a mysterious message that calls for an abandoned hut in the Oregon wilderness. Despite his doubts, Mac travels to the hut and meets the mysterious trio of outsiders by a woman called the Pope led by. Through this meeting, Mac is an important fact that will transform your understanding of tragedy and change your life forever.
The cottage is a novel written by Canadian writer William P. Young, former director of office and night clerk hotels, without theological expertise. Published in 2007. The novel it was self-published, but it became a bestseller in USA today, having sold 1 million copies until June 8, 2008. The seller of Commercial Fantasy No. 1 on the list of bestsellers in New York Times June 2008 In early 2010, the editorial partnership with FaithWords was published by HACHT Group USA (Hodder & Stockton UK). In 2009 he received the “Diamond Award” to sell more than 10 million copies of the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association.
The title of the book is a metaphor for “the home that builds up your pain,” as Young said in a telephone interview. He also said radio talk show host Drew Marshall Cottage “is a metaphor for the places you have trouble, you can get hurt, you hurt … the thing where shyness or pain is concentrated.”