“Dr. Clinton’s novella will encourage, inspire and challenge you to greatness.”
Pat Williams, Orlando Magic senior vice president, Author of Coach Wooden’s Greatest Secret
“This book is so compelling that I skipped an NFL playoff game because I could not stop reading. This story will instruct and inspire.”
—Michael Lyles M.D., Christian psychiatrist, author and speaker
“The Impressionist causes us to face the truth about ourselves and our desperate need for a Savior.”
—Liz Curtis Higgs, New York Times bestselling author of Mine is the Night
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 despair—questioning 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.
“Combine the insights of Tim Clinton and the storytelling of Max Davis, and what you get is a wonderfully entertaining glimpse into the very soul of human existence.”
—Mark Gilroy, bestselling author Cuts Like a Knife and Every Breath You Take
“The Impressionist is one of those rare books that tugs on your heartstrings, unveiling things deep within your soul, things you didn't even know were there. Anticipate it and savor it!”
—Larry J. Koenig, Ph.D., Author of Smart Discipline and Mental Toughness: the Path to Extraordinary Success in Life
“Transformation is waiting to be unlocked in these pages!“
—Margaret Feinberg, author of Wonderstruck
“…a heart-warming story of hope and redemption.”
--Max Lucado, pastor and NY Times bestselling author
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Great book! I had a hard time putting it down, couldn’t wait to see what was next in the old man’s life story. Some real hard parts to read but so much beauty from ashes.
Well done but the ending was a little abrupt leaving me wanting more. Thanks, g