Mount Laurel Mom – 4 stars on Amazon – I enjoyed this book very much. Always hopeful and encouraged when reading about the possibility of an afterlife. Incredulous ability of the author to manage to compose this beautiful story on the flip side of a parents worst fear, losing a child.
C Scott Parks – 5 stars on Amazon – For those of us who have lost someone dear to us, the question of what comes AFTER can weigh heavily on the heart and mind. Is it the heaven we were taught about in our religous teachings? Does our soul even exist after death – or could there be something that exists between these two beliefs? In this book, you’ll experience the kinds of questions we ask when a loved one dies, and the answers our heart yearns for. I guarentee you will be moved to questioning your own beliefs after reading “Tomorrow Comes”, and you will never look at everday ‘concidences’ the same again!
GTank – 5 stars on Amazon – It was a very intriguing suspenseful book. I looked forward to picking up the book every night before bed. Great recommendation!!!
Susan Granger – 5 stars on Amazon – I enjoyed this book for many reasons. I was delighted to hear about a new version of heaven and I wouldn’t mind spending eternity in AFTER. I felt the author was open and shared her personal feelings. This book was honest and soothing, not to mention very well written. Emma must have been an amazing young woman to have inspired her Mother to write such a wonderful tribute. The relationship Emma had with her siblings is truly touching. I would read anything Donna Mebane wrote and hope she is working on another book.
Lorraine G – 5 stars on Amazon – I loved this book for many reasons. It is a beautiful and continuously flowing story written in a smart and engaging style so all will find it an easy and enjoyable read. I also loved it because I felt like the author was allowing us “a glimpse” of her own private “Emma world”, letting us get to experience and appreciate the real Emma, those who loved her, and the impact she has on their lives. Finally, I loved it because in addition to the story and the beautiful glimpse of Emma and her family, it gives hope. Whether heaven is a place, a state of being, or a cornfield in Iowa, it exists, and those we love are never gone. I would recommend this book to everyone. I received the book from a friend and am now buying some copies to send to other friends.