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The Impressionist

Middle aged, disappointed and self-loathing, Adam Camp is anything but the picture of a successful man. With his wife threatening to leave him and their son addicted to drugs, Adam teeters on the verge of absolute despairquestioning his own existence and purpose for living. After an explosive argument with his wife, Adam searches for an escape as he sets out on a journey that will dramatically recolor his world. While walking through the city park, Adam is approached by an old painter. The mysterious artist convinces Adam to let him paint his portrait and what happens next is nothing short of a masterpiece....

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The Impressionist Reviews

  • Virginia Winfield

    This book really makes you think. Is the artist a regular human or is he an angel in disguise. It is really left up for you to decide. I am glad I got to read this story. This is one you need Kleenex for. I received this book from for a fair and honest opinion.

  • Ron


    Two stars is a gift. I almost quit after fifty pages. It got better, but not much.

    It reads like a Sunday school attempt to render a counseling transcript as a three-act play. The writing is unrealistic. The punctuation is terrible. The use of script and Italic fonts for many pages impairs readability. The references to painting watercolor indicate neither author paints nor knows much about art history.

    Books like this are why Christian Fiction has such a bad name. This wasn’t fictio

  • Kris

    Great book! The subtitle is Becoming the Masterpiece You Were Created To Be which is very apt! It also has great lessons for improving your marriage.

    Adam has just had a huge fight with his wife Paige. They have gotten weary in their marriage and this time they have actually talked about divorce. Adam leaves the house and goes to a park where an old man says he’d like to paint Adam’s portrait. As he paints, Jim Ed challenges Adam to be the man God created him to be. He also tells his own story mo

  • Barbara Gore

    Great story

    I had set my mind that I would not enjoy this book. What a surprise I got, I wanted to read as fast as I could. So much faith in God and love! Just a terrific story!

  • Lynn Weldon

    Adam, who is in his worst moment meets Jim Ed who shows Adam who he is meant to be in Christ. Through forgiveness, God’s Word, God’s love, all things are possible. Jim Ed shares with Adam the gifts that God Blessed Him with. I would recommend this book to everyone who is searching, doubting, hoping.

  • Mary Mead

    Slow start but worth it

    This book has a powerful message! It’s a little unrealistic at times but I know that God can do anything! It made me cry and made my heart eager to know and serve our beautiful Savior more!

  • Mary Jane

    Remarkable story.

    This is a true message of how we live our lives. The life God gave each of us. The choices we make and the path we follow. The only true path is throne God has for us. This is a story worth reading more than once. It will make you think if you are not afraid to do so.

  • Karen Adair

    Let go... Let God

    An inspiring story about fighting evil as a warrior for God, like David. Becoming the person that God means for you to be.