FairyLoot is a monthly book subscription box that specializes in Young Adult Fantasy books, based out of London, England. Recent themes include Elementalists (June 2017), Warriors and Legends (May 2017), and Dreams and Wishes (April 2017) . Every month they have a different theme and select an exciting new title with 4-6 hand selected goodies – like book inspired teas, candles, bookmarks, tote bags, and more!
So, how can you get a FairyLoot box of your own (because once you see the awesome books and all the awesome loot in them, I know you’ll want one too)? For more information, check out http://www.fairyloot.com/
And, if you decide to subscribe? Check out my FairyLoot Page for current discount codes for 3 and 6 month subscriptions!
So now, on to the exciting part – the unboxing! July 2017’s FairyLoot box was all about “Tricksters”, and it featured some truly awesome stuff! (Warning: Spoilers for box contents past this point!)
So what, exactly, was in the box?
- A Sherlock Enamel Tin Mug by FictionTeaDesigns
- Loki Body Wash created by GeekyClean (see full unboxing below)
- Officially Licensed Harry Potter Hogwarts Playing Cards
- Fortune Telling Kitchen Glove designed by FairyLoot (see full unboxing below)
- Harley Quinn Art Print by MissPhi (see full unboxing below)
- Terrible Truths (Six of Crows Inspired) Bookmark designed by LexyOlivia (see full unboxing below for the other side of the bookmark!
- BONUS ITEM: A Discount Code for Behind the Pages
This month’s box also included a highly anticipated, newly released Young Adult Fantasy novel – Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Goody. It’s a book I’ve been eagerly anticipating for awhile, so imagine my excitement when I opened my July FairyLoot box to find it!
You can find my full review for Daughter of the Burning City here – but for those of you who don’t want to read an entire review, here’s a quick summary:
Devilish complex and completely ensnaring, Amanda Foody’s debute novel, Daughter of the Burning City debuted on July 25th, 2017. With a stunning cover, an utterly original cast of characters and a cleverly weaved plot, Foody did not disappoint, and fans of the genre will find themselves more than satisfied with this addition! Overall, Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody was a fantastic debut novel. I was blown away by the quality of the writing, in addition to the depth of characters, the complexity of the plot and the original feel of the setting. Everything came together almost seamlessly, and I found myself entirely engrossed in the world Foody spun – in Sorina’s story and in Gomorrha’s smoke. Honestly, my only complaint is that there isn’t more (5/5)!