Short Story Review. The Town Talks by Isabelle Kenyon.

I was so absorbed in The Town Talks, I had forgotten I was reading a short story until I reached the final page. The title ties perfectly into the story too. The writing was superb. I’m interested in families and their dynamics, always unique, and The Town Talks had the characters written well. Both the main and supporting characters.

The Town Talks was published by Wild Pressed Books and their titles are very affordable. The Town Talks can be downloaded for £1.99 on Kindle or borrowed with Kindle Unlimited.

THE TOWN TALKS explores the lives of twins Michael and David, removed from their father as babies and later separated from each other when Michael is abducted.

Michael and David live separate lives and David only finds out the truth when he discovers Michael’s autobiography, learning his twin’s date of death.

Judith, their mother, never gives up on finding Michael. The story is told in short chapters from her perspective as she navigates single parenthood, the loss of her child, and life in a new town.

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