Books Fairy Loot Unboxings

November Fairyloot

December 3, 2018

Admittedly, I'm more of a fantasy fan than a sci-fi fan but I still loved this box. It was such a unique theme in comparison to the rest, Battles and Galaxies. I was surprised by how many of the fandoms I had read books from, possibly the most I've ever read. I'm a little sad that the book for this month isn't signed, or that it doesn't have a bookplate in but I do love the bright yellow edges. Will there ever be a month where I don't comment on how much I loved sprayed edges... probably not.

I've yet to read any Sanderson novels, not because I haven't wanted to. Just because his series are always massive! It's a big commitment and I want to be able to properly devote the time to his works. However, his newest YA release sounds right up my alley.

**Taken from the book**

Defeated, crushed, and driven almost to extinction, the remnants of the human race are trapped on a planet that is constantly attacked by mysterious alien starfighters. Spensa, a teenage girl living among them, longs to be a pilot. When she discovers the wreckage of an ancient ship, she realizes this dream might be possible—assuming she can repair the ship, navigate flight school, and (perhaps most importantly) persuade the strange machine to help her. Because this ship, uniquely, appears to have a soul.


I can't wait to use this, in fact I think I might tonight. I always love the bath stuff we get in the boxes. This one is a bathroom named Starburst and was made by Little Hearts Gifts. It smells incredible! I can't wait to see what colour my water turns.

I can't wait to start using this. I actually have to go on holiday abroad for that to happen! This passport cover is beautiful and designed by Fairyloot. Definitely in need of a getaway somewhere warm...with lots of cocktails.

I'm a fan of anything to do with Shakespeare, this beautiful ornament has gone straight onto my bookshelf. This one was designed by Catarina's Book Designs.

I have more coasters than I know what to do with now. Between the ones I get sent from Fairyloot and the ones I already had I'm set to deck the whole house out. I absolutely adore these Lunar Chronicles coasters, even if I haven't read the book yet. These were designed by Miss Phi, whose work I always love.

Yes Fairyloot saving the planet. I'm trying to get better at reducing my single use plastics and had been planning on getting some of these straws. I'm so happy that Fairyloot sent some out! They're going to look great in my gin glasses...

I could've cried when I saw this item. The Red Rising saga is one of, if not my favourite ever series. I have been a fan for yearssss. This iron on patch went straight onto the print wall. I couldn't bring myself to commit to putting it on a jacket. It was designed by KDP Letters.

This tote is stunning. I don't go anywhere without a tote bag now and I'm never going to say no to more. Especially, when they look like this...and are Illuminae themed. ILLUMINAE THEMED. This tote was created by Evie Bookish, another one of mine and Fairyloot's favourite designers.

Finally we have all the artwork for this month. The spoiler card and bookmark as always is the brainchild of Taratjah.

This month's character card was designed by @morgana0anagrom.

Annnnd this month we also got a leaflet for an ebook download for Atlas Fallen by Jessica Pierce...if I'm honest this is going to go onto my wall as well!

So that was my November Fairyloot Unboxing!

Have you tried any bookish subscription boxes before?

What did you think? And what was your favourite item from this box?

Thank-you for reading,

Katie x

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