Review – True Loaf by L. Austen Johnson

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Audiobook Duration: 16 minutes, 3 seconds

Narrator: Penny Scott-Andrews

Source: NetGalley

This incredibly short story inspired by Balkan folklore, was a fun read. Narrated by Penny Scott Andrews, who gave it a west coast inflection and attitude, that shouldn’t have worked for the setting of small town Europe but did.

It’s a cautionary tale of keeping your word, mysterious men, vulnerable girl, going on a night time adventure in the woods. You get the picture, standard fairy tale fare.

While far too short, the story was more or less wrapped up. Though a lot could be inferred from the ending, which leaves you wanting more.

Anyway, let’s hope for more.


3 Stars - Liked It

Female, in her 40's who reads when she can, often to the detriment of sleep. Enjoying most genres and formats with a preference for ebooks, mainly for convenience

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