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.
“From page one Simon, the main character, had me by the hair and the heart. I don’t remember how many times I experienced one wave of emotion after another, from sympathy to commiseration to heartbreak and so on. Simon was one of those flawed characters who you couldn’t help but root for.”
-Nona King, Word Obsession blog
“My favorite character was one of the orphans, a young boy named Juan, who pops in and out of the story like a Mexican jumping bean. He was delightful, full of mischief, and you just had to smile whenever he was around.”
-Pris Phillips, GoodReads
“…An action packed totally believable story of people struggling with real issues of guilt, redemption, and personal discovery.”
-Terri Smith, Amazon
“Bunn is known for engaging characters and a puzzle-like ability to knit every twist and turn together. I am a big fan of his “Lion of Babylon” and “Rare Earth” books for this reason. What I liked about Unlimited: it has glimpses of those Bunn hits, and a great setting in the real-life town of Ojinaga, Mexico.”
-Crystal Kupper, Crystal’s Cliffnotes blog
Crystal Kupper is a military wife, freelance magazine writer and stay-at-home mom to three children ages five and under. She hopes to one day meet Davis Bunn, since she and her family will be moving to the UK in one month.
“I so enjoyed the premise, the lively characters, the cultural nuances, the possibility the technology represents, and the underlying message, that I wish the book would have been twice as long.”
-Jill St. Clair, Amazon
“…An intriguing combination of a murder mystery that can only be solved by faith in God.
-Kathryn Eriksen, Miracle Living blog
“Unlimited is an interesting battle set in Mexico and partially based on a true story. By battle I mean that it is a human drama about good vs. evil, but much more about finding a personal sense of meaning and responsibility in this life.”
-Cynde Suite, Cyndecat’s Reading
“I give this book five stars because it was clean, Christ-centered and action packed!”
-Missy Shay, Missy’s Homemaking Adventures