Monday, March 30, 2015

Book Riot Quarterly Box #6 Unveiling

I always look forward to the arrival of my Quarterly Book Riot box. I wish it came more often, although of course then it wouldn't be a special event. I actually got this box several weeks ago and its contents are old news by now. But it's been a long few weeks and I haven't had a chance to post this until now.

Book Riot is a very popular book blog and recently created a quarterly subscription box. For $50, they will send you a box filled with books and book related items every quarter. This is their fourth box and the third one that I received. I've loved them all. If you haven't subscribed yet, I highly recommend it. It's always a lovely surprise.

Here is the box and its contents:

This book had some not-so-cool fingerprints on the front cover. It made me sad, because it's a book I've heard great things about. Quarterly promised that they'd send me a replacement copy, but it hasn't arrived yet. I hope it does. Not that I need a new copy, but I'd like to have a clean version.

This was one of the lottery picks. I haven't had a chance to look at it yet, but it seem cute.

I love this little nametag card - In case you forget, this book belongs to:

Not something I'll use but it is cute.

I'm also not sure whether I'll use this one, but I love the idea of it.

I'm about a quarter of the way through this book. I'm enjoying it, but haven't been in the right mood to really get into it yet. I love the world-building and main character so far.

The box in total. Can't wait for my next one! I should get the inaugural YA box next month, which I'm really excited for.


  1. I love the flask!! So awesome.

  2. Not bad (except for the finger prints - ewww) That notebook and name tag card are cute.

    Karen @For What It's Worth

  3. I have been thinking of subscribing to a book box. Just not sure which to pick.


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