Review: Black Shark



Read on November 30, 2014 — I own a copy, read count: 1

Synopsis: A teenager trapped by crippling social anxiety tries to get through his working day, and discovers an unexpected friend to help…

Bookish Things: 10 pages. The cover is simplistic, yet striking.

Where to buy: Amazon on kindle for $0.89

My Review: 

Black Shark is a very interesting story about a young boy who suffers with severe social anxiety.

As someone who is probably the furthest from shy there is, I had no idea someone could be that impacted by their own brain. I know some shy people, the types that warm up and talk to you once they know you, but I don’t think I’ve ever met someone with the level of anxiety that the main character experiences.

It made me think about what it would be like if you naturally couldn’t strike up a conversation with someone, anyone, just because.

Interesting thoughts.

Another great short story from Tony.


3 thoughts on “Review: Black Shark

  1. Sounds good! I’ve suffered from some social anxiety in the past so would be interested to have a read. Probably nothing like the extent experienced in this book by the sounds of it though!

  2. I do like that cover, as simple as it is. 🙂

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