Glenn Morison is an ordained minister of the United Churchof Canada who has worked from coast to coast withinCanada throughout his adult life. Among those he has counted as his friends are rural Cape Bretoners, International Seafarers using the Port of Halifax, Salvadoran Refugees in southern New Brunswick, the young and old living on the streets of Toronto and the Gitxsan First Nation in Northern British Columbia. Currently, Rev. Morison is a chaplain at the Winnipeg Remand Centre, a maximum security institution dedicated to housing those awaiting bail, trial or transfer within the Manitoba justice system. Glenn also works as a sessional instructor for the Faculty of Theology at the University of Winnipeg in the area of theology and the arts. Glenn has published numerous opinion and humour pieces for newspapers, magazines and the Internet. This is his first attempt at extended fiction.
This is a phenomenal piece of fiction. It can be jarring at times but it is worth it. He takes you to a dangerous and perplexing place where you really don't want to go and certainly have no interest in staying. Yet, when you are finished the book, you treasure the journey. I saw the book and thought a book about an Economist couldn't possibly be interesting. I could not have been more wrong.