Every Thursday for the next few weeks, I’m sharing excerpts from reader reviews of Unlimited, which released September 1, 2013. The major motion picture of the same title will debut in U.S. cinemas October 16, 2013.
Please click the link next to each reviewer’s name to read their full review.
“Occasionally I run across a book that sounds good, and upon reading it I find it far better than I had anticipated from the book description, and this is one such book… Simon is a young man who has made some bad choices in life, and it seems nothing is going right for him, but as the book progresses, we see God can change and save even a misfit like him.”
-Mark Buzard, Thoughts of a Sojourner blog
Mark writes: I am a single guy living in northeastern Ohio. I work as a security guard in a hospital, and read and review books on my blog in my spare time. I read mostly Christian fiction, and my favorite genre’ is Christian suspense/mystery.
“I closed the book with a stronger resolve to make a difference in my communities: local and global. I know that I can, I know that I will, I know that I do. Read the book. Watch the movie. Make a difference.”
-Lonzine Lee, I’m Just Asking blog
“Davis Bunn has a way of creating a story which shares the intimate journeys of people like you and me—yet these ordinary folks experience firsthand how their lives affect issues that feature large on the world stage.
And isn’t that just how God works? He can orchestrate a world-wide battle yet tenderly turn His attention to our smallest concern. I love that!”
-Renee Ann Smith, Doorkeeper blog
“Unlimited left me with a better understanding of the political situation in Mexico, a new quest for ways to love and protect orphans, and a great satisfaction with the book as a whole.”
-Gary Gilmore, Amazon
“The only problem with releasing the book first is, how is the movie going to be able to top the book?”
-Eddie Gilley, Amazon
“Davis Bunn has once again done a magnificent job of making you feel like you are right in the midst of the story. He has truly lived up to his title of ‘Gentleman Adventurer.’”
-Jocelin Boutet, In HaShem’s Hand blog
“I like how each character is challenged with their walk with God. It is always real.”
-Renia Snyder, Desert Dwelling Mama blog
“A thriller that takes you across the border into Mexico, but even deeper into our souls.”
-Christine O’Connor, Amazon