July Theme: Tricksters
This box is themed around all things evil and mischievous!
For those of you who don’t know, Fairyloot is a YA subscription box themed entirely around fantasy! It ships from the UK, which ends up being expensive for those of us in the US (…which is why this is my first Fairyloot box).
If you want to view some of their other boxes, just go here: Past Boxes
Single Purchase HERE
This is the card with spoilers (which I save until last), and the matching bookmark.
I love this artwork! Fairyloot always has really cool art. I want to say this is Inej, but it might just be some random person.
The first thing out of this box was my favorite! This is a Sherlock-themed mug!
It says “I have to go to my Mind Palace”
Made by Fictiontea Designs
This is body lotion themed after Loki (vegan and, ironically, cruelty free).
I don’t think I’ve ever gotten body lotion in a book box before – it was a pleasantly weird surprise!
Made by Geeky Clean
This is the coolest thing ever – it’s Hogwarts playing cards! This is an officially licensed item, which means it’s not fan-made.
I’m a Gryffindor, personally.
Again, I don’t think I’ve ever gotten an oven mit in a book box.
It’s themed around the book of the month (which I’ll get to).
This is probably my favorite art print I’ve ever gotten – It’s a quote from Harley Quinn.
It says “It doesn’t matter who broke you down. What matters is who made you smile again.”
Made by Miss Phi
This is amazing – it’s a Six of Crows bookmark! I love the feather on the back!
Made by Lexy Olivia
Daughter of the Burning City
Sixteen-year-old Sorina has spent most of her life within the borders of the Gomorrah Festival. Yet even among the many unusual members of the traveling circus-city, Sorina stands apart as the only illusion-worker born in hundreds of years. This rare talent allows her to create illusions that others can see, feel and touch, with personalities all their own. Her creations are her family, and together they make up the cast of the Festival’s Freak Show.
But no matter how lifelike they may seem, her illusions are still just that—illusions. Or so she always believed…until one of them is murdered.
Sorina must track down the culprit and determine how they killed a person who doesn’t actually exist. Her search for answers leads her to the self-proclaimed gossip-worker Luca, and their investigation sends them through a haze of political turmoil and forbidden romance. But as the killer continues murdering Sorina’s illusions one by one, she must unravel the horrifying truth.
I saw this book awhile ago, and I was really intrigued by it! I’m excited to start it and see what I think!
Which item was your favorite?