Book Reviews, Fantasy, Unboxing

Fairy Loot Unboxing: July & August 2019


What’s this? July and August at the same time?

Did she forget to post one? Has there been some kind of space/time anomaly?

Well, no. Not exactly.

As it happens, an item going missing from a FairyLoot HQ warehouse (?) caused the July box to be extremely late, arriving only a couple of days before my August one. The themes for the July and August boxes are Magic in the City and Things are Not What They Seem, respectively. These boxes were perfect examples of a box I loved and a box I hated – can you guess which is which? The answer will probably (not) shock you!

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Fairy Loot Unboxing: Broody Banter, June 2019

June’s offerings. Or at least most of them.

Oh boy it’s already June! My job has been so busy lately that I haven’t had a chance to sit back and review something for quite a while now. In fact, the last review I did was for the May FairyLoot box! I’m currently on a two week break from work and spending my time catching up on sleep and visiting my grandparents in the north of the state. Unfortunately I don’t have my usual equipment/backgrounds but I’ve managed to make do with my grandparent’s blooming garden providing a nice green backdrop. That being said, some of my photos might be a bit all over the place brightness wise but that’s what you get when the sun is your lighting for a photo shoot!

Let’s dive into this month’s FairyLoot offering!

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Fairy Loot Unboxing: Dark Magic, April 2019

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I am a regular subscriber to the FairyLoot box – a Young Adult Fantasy themed surprise box that arrives monthly and cost £26 a month. I am yet to be disappointed by any of these boxes, and I thought I’d share this month’s goodies!

The theme for April’s box was Dark Magic and promised to include exclusive items inspired by Harry Potter, A Darker Shade of Magic, Shadow and Bone, Nevernight and Children of Blood. The April box also included a signed and limited edition print of Maya Motayne’s Nocturna, which I recently reviewed on this blog.

Let’s see what was included in this month’s box!

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