The Green Man

The Green Man 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 p

  • Title: The Green Man
  • Author: Lee Mather
  • ISBN: 9781615722594
  • Page: 387
  • Format: ebook
  • The Green Man

    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 changePeter 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.

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    1. Nerine Dorman

      Don't judge this story by its cover. It's a thought-provoking short story examining one man's acceptance of the intangible, and his acceptance of a personal subjective spirituality.

    2. Colleen Wanglund

      THE GREEN MANBy Lee Mather(Damnation Books 2010; 26 pgs. Pb)In this short novella we are told about an experience had by Pete, which he is writing in a journal eight years after the event that he says changed his life. Pete grew up with his mother’s stories about a mysterious Green Man who would appear to her whenever someone close to her was going to die. She was convinced it was her great-grandfather but Pete didn’t believe her stories, at one point thinking his mother crazy.Pete receives [...]

    3. Seriously Reviewed

      I found this short story in the horror section, however I think it would be more comfortable in a paranormal or supernatural section. That said, it was a nice easy read that works just enough of the mind to make the readers imagination give him/her a picture of the main scene. It is the type of story a reader might picture seeing on the old show Amazing Stories and gives the reader a nice twenty minute break from his/her own reality. Even though it is short, the reader should be left with closur [...]

    4. Gary Olson

      Peter Jones reflects on a life-changing incident from his past, in which he survived a horrifying plane crash. He had been warned the night before by his mother that the Green Man--a mysterious being she claimed would appear to her whenever someone close to her was about to die--had appeared to her, and that he ought not to get on his flight. But he did, and survived causing him to realize it may not have been him that the Green Man had warned his mother about.Lee Mather, in this short story, te [...]

    5. Fiona Dodwell

      I read this story in one sitting - it grabbed my attention from the first opening page. The story focuses on several key themes - premonitions, spirits, love and faith. I found the story both frightening and uplifting, and I felt particularly nervous on certain pages as I have a fear of flying! I think author Lee Mather has done an excellent job here. His writing is sharp, smooth and believable, and his main character is wonderful - I felt as if I knew this person intimately, by the end of this [...]

    6. Tami Winbush

      This story was told in a way that makes you want to keep reading and reading and reading. I would think that describing a tragedy in a way that puts the reader in the author’s seat would be difficult. But Lee Mather had no problem what-so-ever. I hate planes, and I could feel myself panicking while reading what he wrote. I found myself wanting to slap his friend. I felt the tears in my eyes and I felt the love that needed resolved.Mr. Mather has a great way with words and I look forward to rea [...]

    7. Mary

      Peter is going on a plane trip when he receives a frantic phone call from his mother begging him not to go. She has seen a vision of the 'Green Man' and is worried about him. Peter's relationship with his mother has become strained since his father's death and he categorically doesn't believe in the 'Green Man'. What follows is a journey in faith, love and forgiveness. I enjoyed this story because I grew up in Manchester and it reminded me of several things. This story was a little hard to follo [...]

    8. Tony-Paul Vissage

      A well-thought out and chilling thriller that is more psychological than horrific. Eerie and thought-provoking, as the main character strives not to believe the warnings his now-deceased mother gave him, and finds himself not able to do so, resulting in irretrievable changes in his own outlook on life.

    9. Mareena

      I borrowed this book from Rosefire to read after she did. I'm going to let her review speak for itself. I did truly enjoy this book and agree with Rosefire's review.

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