BookCase Club Young Adult Subscription Box Review + Unboxing | February 2017

bookcase club subscription box review
Bookcase Club is a monthly book subscription box that hand selects you your choice of books each month – choose from; Thriller, Sci-fi, Romance, Paranormal Romance, Young Adult, Cookbooks, Military History or Children’s Books. Boxes are $9.99+shipping
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Here’s the Box Breakdown
first look inside the bookcase club
Our first glimpse inside the February Bookcase Club
what's in the bookcase club subscription
Everything that we received in our February Young Adult Bookcase Club Subscription  Box, We love how well rounded these boxes are!

So what is all this stuff?

Our box insert comes in the form of a bookmark!
revolution 19 by gregg rosenblum
The first in a trilogy. This book takes place in a future where robots that we created to save us have turned and are now hunting and destroying us. Kevin, Nick, and Cass survive a robot attack on their secret human civilization and hoping there are other survivors – plan to infiltrate a city controlled by bots!
This novel promises to be chock full of action, drama, mystery and romance and appeal to both guys and girls!
blond ops by charlotte benardo
When Bec is shipped off to Rome to intern for the editor in chief of one of the world’s leading fashion magazine the same editor is in a serious and mysterious car crash and Bec decides she needs to solve the mystery. It doesn’t prove easy in a world full of catty, bossy women!
This novel looks seriously entertaining!

So in summary

We look for three things in a subscription box; quality, curation, and presentation. The Bookcase Club Young Adult Box for February has a great assortment and both books look captivating as well as entertaining. The presentation is great – everything arrives exactly as it should. Quality is tops – both hard covered, well bound books! And curation is awesome! While these are very different books they both appeal to that action seeking element that the younger set yearns for!

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