Reviews of See You in the Morning
"See You in the Morning was riveting. The story line was captivating, which made it hard to put the book down . Ms. Greer addressed some difficult issues with realness and integrity that make the life of the protagonist real and authentic ... nothing is candy coated."
Rev. James H Knott - Pastor (KNOX Harrington Presbyterian Church; KNOX Embro Presbyterian Church)
"I finished the book, See You in the Morning, with tears in my eyes. I felt like I was right there with Shirl, feeling her pain, feeling her joys and her heartaches. This was an amazing story and very well written."
Pat Murtagh - Christian writer and publisher (Toronto ON, Canada)
See You In the Morning is a graphic account of the years one woman spent living with the disease of MS, while trying to be a perfect wife and mother. I felt I was riding the roller coaster with her throughout her despair, hope, agony, success, loss and ultimate victory. What stood out for me throughout the book was her stubborn refusal to deny her faith, hanging on with her fingernails at times, but finally peacefully accepting her fate. How I admired her!
Marilyn Doughty - writer and poet (Manitoulin Island ON, Canada)
"Ms. Greer has candidly composed a heart-wrenching ‘story-turned-testimony’ about the cost of discipleship and the sufficiency of God's grace. Although the weightiness of Shirl's life experience summons troubling emotions, Ms. Greer’s simplistic writing technique quickly softens the harsh reality of each trial by revealing God's behind-the-scene orchestration of the events. Ultimately, the lesson gleaned is one that reminds the reader that trusting God brings glory to His name, and always results in victory for the believer."
Carolyn Bowden - author, radio announcer, and TV host (Maryland, U.S.A)
"Sharon Greer has told a powerful, heart-wrenching story about faith, love and forgiveness that triumphs over anger, doubt, fear, and depression."
Rosemary Hagedorn - published author and freelance writer (Penetanguishene ON, Canada)
" I would not have thought that a story with so much pain and sorrow could also be beautiful. In fact, it’s a story of contrasts-pain vs. relief; despair vs. revival; sorrow vs. joy; friendship vs. betrayal; hopelessness vs. the promise of an everlasting reward. The underlying theme of ultimate faith comes through strongly, but without becoming overpowering. The reader finishes the book with a tear in the eye and a smile on the lips."
Barrie Johnson - computer technician and history teacher (Innisfil ON, Canada)