Review: The Trunk by Tony Talbot



Read on October 08, 2014 — I own a copy, read count: 1

Synopsis: Holocaust short story about a young boy who hides in a trunk.

Bookish Things: 11 pages. This cover, although still quite generic, is much nicer than the green and black original.

Where to buy: Amazon on kindle for $0.81.

My Review: Bookshelves: awesome-authors, 4-star-review, indie-authormade-me-think

The Trunk gives us a quick glimpse inside the world of a five year old boy who is hidden inside a trunk. His mother tells him to be like a mouse, quiet and hidden.
He’s a very good little boy. But it did make me imagine Moody’s Trunk…


The story leaves us at a point that gives us a little hope, but also a little dread. What will happen to him?

The short story does manage to elicit emotion in just a few pages. A testament to Tony’s great writing style.


2 thoughts on “Review: The Trunk by Tony Talbot

  1. The Trunk is one of my favourites!

  2. Sounds intriguing…

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