*I was sent an arc of True Loaf in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to L. Austen Johnson*
When a strange man puts in a strange request at the bakery where she works, Riley must go on a mini-adventure to find one unusual ingredient. Along the way, she realizes that things are not always what they seem and that fae might just be real.
This was the perfect audiobook for me. I find I lose focus very quickly with audiobooks and as this was just 15 minutes long I was able to concentrate fully on it the whole time. This short stand-alone story was whimsical and a great representation of Balkan folklore.
The cover is what 100% drew me in. I love the art style and I think it is a perfect representation of what the story is about and the type of story it is. The characters look very much like ones you would find in a ‘fairytale’ setting and I like that even though you do not know them for very long you are able to visualise them fully.
There isn’t really a lot I can say about the plot without giving away the entire story so I will just say that it was fun, interesting and one that I would actually have liked to see in a longer format. I love folklore and fairytales so this was right up my street.
If you are looking to get into audiobooks then this is definitely a great place to start. With its short length, you are able to get a good idea of where you stand with audiobooks. I’m personally not the biggest fan of audiobooks, however, I really enjoyed this one.
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