Why is FairyLoot so amazing? How do they do it?!
When the theme for November was announced, on Instagram in early October, I scheduled a reminder in my planner to hop online and purchase one as soon as they became available. “Royals & Rogues”?! “Perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas”?! Count me in.
I have gotten a few FairyLoots before and have loved them infinitely, but since they are based in the U.K. and I live in the US, I never wanted to commit to a subscription because DAMN YOU SHIPPING!! The November “Royals & Rogues” box may just change my mind though…
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Published July 2016
Curses of VIII #1
I received Inherited in my July Fairy Loot box, and once I had this book in my hands, I had to read it instead of tossing it into my TBR pile.
First and foremost, this cover is entrancing. I am a sucker for a great cover, and for some reason, this one is mesmerizing. I also cannot stop touching it. I know that you can’t tell because this is simply a picture which cannot break the boundaries of texture, but the cover is this matte type material and its so unique! Look at me dedicating an entire paragraph to the cover of a book, but I can’t help it guys!
Secondly, I have NEVER read a fictional book about pirates (yes, I actually have read pirate hunting non-fiction books) so, I was curious to see what the life of a pirate entailed.
If saying ‘I love you’ meant death, would you still say it?
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Before I even start with all of the unboxing pictures and raving about the fantastic items that were contained inside the July Fairy Loot box, I want to start by saying that this month’s box was one of the better subscription boxes I have ever received. EVER. While I always feel a bit hesitant ordering international boxes because of the shipping costs, the curation of the July Pirates and Power box topples any doubts I may have had.
When I posted my review of the May Fairy Loot box, I tried to break down the contents by price, just so I could see that the cost of the box including shipping was worth me continuing to purchase this subscription. As I said earlier, I believe that this box was so well put together that I wouldn’t mind whether or not the value of the box was above and beyond what I paid for it. However, for the benefit of anyone on the fence about internationally ordering a Fairy Loot box, I will continue the tradition of assigning a monetary value to each item included in the box.
And with all of that being said, I present the July Fairy Loot: Pirates and Power!
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I know, I know: I have a problem. I have a problem with subscription boxes, and if there was an addicted anonymous meeting for sub boxes, maybe I should attend. But to the best of my knowledge, there is no such meeting, so I find myself with a lovely Fairy Loot sitting in front of me.
Fairy Loot is a fairly new (see what I did there?) book subscription box based out of the UK. With me living in the United States, I weighed the options of trying this one out pretty heavily, as shipping is expensive, takes quite a while, and overall is just a giant pain in the butt. But when the May theme was announced as being “High Fantasy”, oh boy, I was in-like-Flynn. I love fantasy! Also, as an added bonus, Fairy Loot differs from other subscription boxes in that each month is purchased separately, unless you buy a three or six month subscription all at once. There is no ‘subscribe and automatically renew’ feature, so if you purchase a box and don’t like it, there is no long term commitment for you.
Unlike my OwlCrate reviews, I will try to put a price value to everything included in the box, just because with shipping added, it is more of an investment than the other book subscription boxes out there for me personally. This is in no way to discourage or prevent anyone from ordering Fairy Loot, but to just help if anyone else is on the fence about getting one, just like I was.
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