Published by B & H Publishing
My thoughts: I have read several of Davis Bunn's books and usually thoroughly enjoy them. "Unlimited" took a bit for me to get into it and enjoy. It seemed that we had Simon Orwell, a somewhat dysfunctional individual wandering around in Mexico getting into one mess after another. Frankly, it is unsafe for him to be where he is and you get to wondering why he doesn't simply just pack it all up and go home.
And then the story begins to come together. You understand some of the characters a bit more. You begin to realize that there is a lot at stake. You also begin to see Simon as not just a sinful, dysfunctional individual, but as a brilliant scientist that also has a soul needing the unlimited forgiveness that God's grace provides.
The invention he and his former professor have worked on will provide unlimited power, but that is nothing to the unlimited grace that is offered by God. This is a story of forgiveness as well as a struggle between lawless men and those who seek to live by the law.
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DISCLOSURE: I was provided a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest review. Opinions expressed are solely my own. I received no compensation for this review.