Bookcase Club is a monthly book subscription box that has several different subscription options. There’s paranormal romance, fantasy, young adult (what we’re reviewing today), children’s, romance, quarterly cookbook, and quarterly military history. Subscriptions are $9.99 monthly +$5 shipping fee.
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Check out the unboxy box video
Here’s the Box Breakdown
Our first glimpse inside the Bookcase Club YA Box for November. Some colors in there! Excited!
Here’s everything that we received in our November Bookcase Club Subscription Box. These look like very contrasting titles which is pretty cool!
So what is all this stuff?
Our box insert this month has an Anne Frank quote.
And inside there’s a little note from the curators along with a little blurb about this month’s selections
This coming of age tale of friendship follows Olivia and Zoe. Zoe is a brave friend when Olivia her bestie gets sick. A tragic tale of loss… this falls in the same vein as “A Fault in Our Stars”
We are excited to read this – however we have a feeling we are going to need tissues to get through it!
In contrast to the first book of compassion and friendship “Reality Boy” is the flipside. Following Gerald Faust, a loner and friendless youth who breaks free of the restraints assigned to him as a former reality tv celebrity.
Because it’s a male protagonist we think we may have a little more trouble reading this than the first selection but we love a challenge!
So in summary
We look for three things in a subscription box; quality, curation, and presentation. The Bookcase Club Box is an awesome way to really beef up your book collection without breaking the bank! We love the many different options they have and think in addition to giving this to yourself it also makes an excellent gift. The presentation is good, everything arrives exactly as it should. The quality is awesome, all the books are brand new and in great condition. And curation is great! We love how this month’s selections for the young adult box were so different. It almost assures that you’ll like at least one (if not) both.