What would you accomplish if you didn't have to sleep? What could it cost you?
This story takes us inside the life of a man who doesn't have to sleep. He's a doctor, but at night he fills time by driving a cab. While driving one night, he connects with another man who shares his trait and he is able to learn more about himself, including the dangers of never sleeping. It's a short story, so I don't want to give away too much. Connelly is a good writer and he is able to create a plausible story out of a unlikely situation. Like some of the other reviewers, I feel this could be a great novel and would enjoy learning more about the world of the "allnighters." I would definitely check out more work by this author, as it is well-written and imaginative.
The book could benefit from an editorial eye - there were a couple of instances of "you're" instead of "your." They looked like spellcheck issues, as the overall grammar was competent.