I have actually subscribed to Owlcrate for 7 months (missed one due to bad finances) and when Korrina (or Robert, I just realise I’m sure who I talked to 😆) contacted me and asked if they could send me one in return for an honest review I couldn’t say yes fast enough. You see, this is the easiest thing in the world to review because I have never been disappointed with an Owlcrate even when I didn’t like the book (and that has happened). Why is that?
Well, first of all I got a lot of random stuff and frankly I love that. Second I got to read something I wouldn’t otherwise have read. It is so easy to get stuck reading your favourite genres and never trying something new. It’s like eating your favourite food every day. Sure it’s good and you don’t even get tired of it, but you might be missing out on other delicious stuff.
Each month has a theme and this month it was magic. It’s a given that I was pretty excited (next month is sci fi! Wohoo!)
This got shaken because I was literally screaming and laughing – I used to have this Harry Potter funko but I lost him in the move – so yay!
Lip balm and a bookmark with a Raven Cycle quote!
Print with Sarah J. Maas quote! I love ToG!!
This is the whole crate ❤ And as usual I love it 🙂
I would absolutely recommend Owlcrate to anyone. BUT living in Europe (Denmark to be specific and we might be worse than most countries regarding taxes) it is an expensive habit because of customs. You don’t do this for a good deal. You do it to be part of a community and to get a reading experience you might not have found otherwise. You also get introduced to new bookish stuff like scented candles, jewelry and prints. And surprise boxes are also so much fun!
For previous books from Owlcrates see here 🙂