I’m posting my Fairyloot Villains (Villainous) unboxing a little bit late. The central theme of this Halloween box was villains. I loved every single item in the box, including the purple bits of paper. Because I’ve been preparing NaNoWriMo, caught a cold, and worked like a mad girl, I’m posting this review quite late. Also, I got the box with a little bit of a delay. Worry not, the unboxing is worth it. I just hope you decide to join the Fairyloot tribe. This is one of my favorite boxes ever!
One of the strong points of this box was that it had two books: a special edition of the Language of Thorns and a surprise one, as usual. How could I resist this?
Fairyloot is spoiling their fans with amazing swag. This Halloween box is one of the best so far. It included:
- A Maleficent Candle with glitter to have villainous ideas
- An old-fashioned villain coaster to enjoy my morning coffee
- A Death Eater enamel pin for my bag
- A hidden Darkness pocket mirror (I almost broke the one I had, so this comes in handy)
- A Raise Hell print by Evie Seo with a quote by Virgil (Roman poet)
- A super cool edition of the Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo
- And the Forest of a Thousand Lanters [The Book Depository] by Lulie Dao
I had to have this box because of several reasons. The first is that it had a special edition of the Language of Thorns. And the second, because it was all about villains, and I love villains. Although I’ve been skipping some unboxings, the reality is that this box is the best bookish box ever.
Although it’s not usual that the Fairyloot adds two books in a box, they’ve done it several times already. So, don’t be surprised if you find two books in a box and a lot of swag. So, I highly recommend this bookish box.
Do you subscribe to the Fairyloot or any other bookish box? If so, what do you love about it?
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