FairyLoot is a monthly book subscription box that specializes in Young Adult Fantasy books, based out of London, England. Recent themes include All That Sass (September 2017), Otherworlds (August 2017), and Tricksters (July 2017). Every month they have a different theme and select an exciting newly released fantasy novel, in addition to 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 FairyLoot’s website!
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! The theme for October 2017’s FairyLoot box was “Villainous”, and it was inspired by everyone’s favourite fictional villains, including villains from The Young Elites, Harry Potter, Sherlock and more! So if you love a good villain, then you are going to love this box – and even if you’re not, there’s no doubt in my mind you would love it anyways! There’s a TON of fantastic items, including TWO hardcover books – one which is an Evil Queen retelling, and the other being a FairyLoot Exclusive Edition of The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo – how cool is that? Some of these items have never been included in a FairyLoot box before, so I was super excited to unbox this month’s box!
(Warning: Spoilers for box contents past this point)
So what, exactly, was in the box?
- A FairyLoot Exclusive Maleficent Candle created by Meraki Candles
- A FairyLoot Exclusive Old Fashioned Villains Coaster designed by Evie Seo
- A FairyLoot Exclusive Death Eater Enamel Pin created by House of Wonderland
- A FairyLoot Exclusive Hidden Darkness Pocket Mirror designed by Little Inklings Design
- A Raise Hell Print created by Evie Seo
- A Night Case and Puppets Art Print
- The Language of Thorns Postcards
- A FairyLoot Exclusive Edition of The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo (featuring red foiling!)
- Book of the Month: Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julia C Dao
What was your favourite part of this month’s box?