February Owl Crate

Hey Bookends,

It is time for another Owl Crate unboxing. I would like to warn you guys that I don’t have the information card with me right now so I may not be as specific about the things in the box but I will do the best I can. If you would like more information about the box click here to go to the official website. This month’s box was really awesome and I can’t wait to show you what was inside.

The theme of this moth’s box was science fiction, so it was a logical thing to pull out this wooden, Doctor Who tardis magnet made by vectorengraving. I seriously love Doctor Who and thought that this was a wonderful addition to the box and that the design is beautiful.

The next object was hard not to notice. It is a small, light pink tote bag which has all of the couples from the Lunar Chronicles on the front. I love this bag so much, I have decided to put it in my car and make it the bag with which I will carry my books with. It is a great size, not huge but big enough to fit multiple books, and if I am remembering right the bag was designed by the Owl Crate staff themselves.

So something new in this month’s box (at least for me) is that it contained two books. Sense the theme is science fiction they decided to send the first science fiction novel ever published. Now I don’t believe that I have ever read this book, maybe in school, but it sounds really interesting. (goodreads page here)

Finally we have our last/official book of the box and it is a 2016 debut novel! The book is The Love that Split the World and it came with a note from the author and a signed sticker (I know there is another name for it but I can’t remember what it is called.) From what I can tell this book is a contemporary time travel novel about how a girl must save a boy in order to save the world. (goodreads page here)

So that is all that was in this month’s crate. I thought that there were a lot of cool items and really like that they included two books.

That is all I have for you guys today, I hope you enjoyed this post. Follow me on goodreads and Instagram to see what I am reading daily. Thank you for reading.

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