Hi book lovers! Friday is here – what are your weekend plans?
I’m currently trying to finish the first book in the Mortal Instruments series. I am..almost..there.. Anyway, eventually I’ll get that review up when I’m done. In the meantime my Owl Crate box came! WOOHOO. A grown adult probably shouldn’t be this excited for something like this, but alas, I am. So sue me.
I acted a little more like the adult I claim to be for this box and actually took the time to take pictures as I was unboxing items. Last time I was in such an eager rush that I tore through the box so quickly I’m unsure I even blinked. Doesn’t matter. Lesson learned.
This month was between “Good and Evil”. I got a “Good” box.
With that came LUNA LOVEGOOD. HOW can anyone NOT LOVE THIS?! It was between Dobby and Luna for the good box and while both are cute I’m sort of glad I got Luna. Those earrings, though.
Next was this cute magnetic bookmark made by Jane’s Tiny Things. I’m not going to lie. The continued additions to my bookmark collection are really making life worth living.
There is the sticker that was made just for Owl Crate this month in relation to the book Illuminae (which I have not yet read, but everyone seems to love?)
UM. A MILLENNIUM FALCON NECKLACE. HEL-LO.
Lasty, but clearly not least, is the book! It is This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab. I’ve never heard of it, but it looks like the start of a series so I’m always down for that. According to the description and a quick overview from Goodreads it is about two characters who are forced to pick between good and evil. So, that’s unbelievably fitting for this box’s theme. It also came with a small coloring book, a note from the author and her signature on a bookplate which is nifty.
Overall, it’s pretty exciting. I don’t usually enjoy gifts but I think since I am able to open this alone in my home without prying eyes watching for my reaction I thoroughly enjoy these. Also, it’s a book. I cannot make complaints when books are involved.
Is anyone else subscribed to Owl Crate and if so what was in your box?
If not, have you heard of this book before? I’m very curious about it!