Review: The Green man by Lee Mather

Published 02/06/2011 by supernaturalreadingaddict

Title:               The green man
Author:           Lee Mather
Pages:             26 ( on my e-reader)
Catagory:        supernatural

The story:

Peter never believed in the Green Man. He told himself the story was just his mother’s way of making sense of tragedy. An educated man with little faith in anything, Peter had no patience for supposed premonitions. That day—the day of the flight—was different. With his mother’s latest warning ringing in his ears, the plane began to falter. Peter’s world was about to change
( taken from Goodreads )

The view of a book addict:


This is a short story about a man that survived a plain crash. After a couple of years he decides to writ down his story because of a question asked by his daughter. In this story he tells us what happened the day of the crash. How his mother believed in the green man and he didn’t.
It’s a story of a man that’s finding fate, not fate in God, but fate in his family the people that are closest to him.

The verdict of a book addict:


A great story, the part of the plain crash was creepy and the rest of the story truly beautiful.

Total of Ratties:


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