Today we have a little belated post for the Unboxing of September’s Fairyloot box. I was so busy I never got round to posting about this and I was taking photo’s of October’s and decided I would share this one first! The theme for this month was Magic and Mayhem!
Here is what featured in September’s box minus two items which I totally forgot to include in the picture! (I’m terrible I know)
(Apologies for the low quality picture, my camera is on my phone which is slowly dying on me. I hope it isn’t too bad though!)
September’s Box included:
- Vassa in the Night by Sarah Porter (Hardback)
- Signed bookplate, personalised letter, postcard
- Exclusive Grisha Order candle (Castle of Fables)
- Grisha Second Army Poster (Goodnight Kittens)
- Exclusive Felix Felicis sticker (Bookotter)
- Exclusive Grisha notebook (Literary Emporium)
- Exclusive Vassa in the Night bookmark (Behind The Pages)
- Exclusive Shades of Magic buttons (Bookotter)
- Exclusive Russian Doll necklace (Pastel Clouds)
- Six of Crows/Crooked Kingdom postcards
The item’s I forgot to include in the picture are the Grisha Order candle by Castle of Fables and the Russian Doll Necklace by Pastel Clouds. They are both beautiful and the candle smells gorgeous.
I’m so happy with this box, the book cover is gorgeous and I can’t wait to give it a read. I’m always amazed by the amount of effort that goes into the Fairyloot box each month, it keeps getting better and better and the fact it is wrapped with little purple paper and in a Fairyloot bag really gives the extra personal edge. It’s like it’s my birthday every month!
Synopsis for Vassa in the Night
In the enchanted kingdom of Brooklyn, the fashionable people put on cute shoes, go to parties in warehouses, drink on rooftops at sunset, and tell themselves they’ve arrived. A whole lot of Brooklyn is like that now—but not Vassa’s working-class neighborhood.
In Vassa’s neighborhood, where she lives with her stepmother and bickering stepsisters, one might stumble onto magic, but stumbling out again could become an issue. Babs Yagg, the owner of the local convenience store, has a policy of beheading shoplifters—and sometimes innocent shoppers as well. So when Vassa’s stepsister sends her out for light bulbs in the middle of night, she knows it could easily become a suicide mission.
But Vassa has a bit of luck hidden in her pocket, a gift from her dead mother. Erg is a tough-talking wooden doll with sticky fingers, a bottomless stomach, and a ferocious cunning. With Erg’s help, Vassa just might be able to break the witch’s curse and free her Brooklyn neighborhood. But Babs won’t be playing fair…
Did you guys receive this box this month or have you experienced Fairyloot in the past? I’ll be uploading October’s unboxing soon too! 🙂