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From bestselling and award winning author Davis Bunn comes a story about a mother struggling to get back on her feet after a loss leaves her family living on the streetAmy Dowell had always considered herself a very good mother But when she loses her husband to illness and her home to debt she finds herself and her young daughter Kimberly living on the streets as she struggles to find a job that will get them back on their feet again When Amy meets Lucy Watts the pastor in charge of the church program that fed Amy and Kimberly their latest meal Lucy sets them up in temporary housing and gives her a lead on a job painting signs for a local auto dealership—but Amy is hesitant to let go and trust Is this finally a legitimate break? Can Amy subject herself to the possibility of disappointment and hurt by hoping again? Inspired by the true story The Sign Painter is a tale of desperation taking chances and ultimately redemption This heartwarming novel blends mystery romance and characters you’ll root for will leave you wondering— Is home really where the heart is?


10 thoughts on “The Sign Painter

  1. says:

    It just was not my cup of tea I felt the story was a bit unrealistic


  2. says:

    A wonderful book; full of hope and also plot twists


  3. says:

    You've knocked another one right out of the park Davis This was a perfect blend of edge of your seat shoot'em up and heart wrenching dramawithout being a sappy love story


  4. says:

    A story of several people finding home whether that means a literal place to live a community of loving friends or a place of spiritual rest The Sign Painter had some thought provoking themes homelessness organized crime and the church's response and characters a single mother an estranged fatherson duo a woman in church leadership but it ultimately left me uneasy spiritually speaking My main concern was the way that characters in leadership ones we are intended to admire went about church politics bypassinghoodwinking the eldership and intentionally and needlessly ignoring guidelines set in place for the good of the church Davis Bunn is a gifted and skilled writer; he definitely drives you to want to know what happens next And as I mentioned he brings up some issues that are important to talk about as a church In fact that was the reason I wanted to read this book in the first place Ultimately though I was disappointed by the manner in which problems were handled in this novel


  5. says:

    The Sign Painter is a fictional work based on a true story I rarely read fiction that isn't The events of this story fall into place way too easily to be very realistic Davis Bunn adds just enough suspense to suit me which means for most people it will probably be lacking in that department It is an easy read that held my interest throughoutThis spiritual book presented a reminder for me of the importance of prayer It counsels that we are shaped by the events of our lives and must strive to heal from the grievous ones in order to be in control of our responses There will always be events that threaten to strip away your controlA favorite uote of mine from The Sign Painter is the real mark of courage does not come in being unafraid but in not allowing fear to dominate


  6. says:

    “Cute” story with some very improbable story lines A novel of faith and getting back up after losing it allGave the novel 2 stars for effort but there’s one line in the novel that truly bothers me I can’t understand what the author is trying to conveyOn page 103 the author writes “He was almost too black to be American” What????Would I recommend this? Probably not a lot better stuff out there


  7. says:

    Good read Good read Felt a little choppy though as if the editor forced a word count that didn't allow for character development And the plot was not as believable as some of Bunn's other books Still a good message of hope and restoration I recommend this book to anyone looking for an encouraging read


  8. says:

    it's truly a pleasure to read a book not about the sexor blood and gore though I do love some this is a nice change a story of hope and a leap of faith people standing together family and friends I think it is a wonderfully inspirational read


  9. says:

    I always enjoy Davis Bunn's writing and this book did not disappoint I appreciate that he incorporated contemporary issues and how a local church can engage themselves in helping to be part of the solution A nice engaging story of hope


  10. says:

    I love this author He has a uniue capability to take us inside his characters revealing thoughts that most people would not want to express His ability to steer his story through conflicts while drawing out and strengthening inner faith is unusual