This is not typical M Connelly. This clever little story combines magic and fate in a twisted story that amuses.
Yes. It is not a murder mystery, but a mystery like the magician's magic box in which a person can disappear. Mysterious safe and magical results are the keywords for this short story.
I had a short ride in the car and this was the perfect short story to entertain me while driving.
The topic was different than anything I'd read before.
Perfect to pass an hour or so. Good story, decent reader.
Not so happy with the woo-woo spooky element, however. I like Connelly's writing a lot, and David Collins was a good reader. I'd rather have had a more realistic tale, or (better) one that looked weird but was then explained naturally rather than supernaturally.
Just when the book should have gotten interesting it ended. It was like the author just decided to say "the end" because he was bored.
He did a great job, I was defiantly drawn in.
The Safe Man was a joy to listen to. It kept me on the edge of the drivers seat of my Jeep.
I missed 3 exists I was so engrossed.
The very end was great. I did not see it comming!
He keeps the listener fully envolved with the characters in the book.
How about scared!
The bok was too short.
the safe man is a thoroughly enjoyable short story. I would recommend it, although I would not use one of my credits as it is simply too short. Narration was above average. Honestly, I was pleasantly surprised by this as the genre is a different one for Connelly.
This was just a short story but it was very interesting and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The narrator was great too! Highly recommended.
The story it's rather an uncomplicated one, but some supernatural and Connelly's unmistakable style ads up to an entertaining experience. Go for it!
Yes I would, because everything I read so far from this author captivated my attention and fantasy. He combines the journalist's experience and fast pace with a true literary vein. His personages are larger than life and yet you can relate to them.