Who doesn’t love a good trickster. Tricksters are some of my favourite characters so I was intrigued to see what items this months box would include. Yet again FairyLoot delivered a great set of goodies.
I will start with the first item I saw when I opened the box the exclusive Sherlock enamel tin mug designed by Fictiontea Designs. This mug is super cute. It currently is sat on a self with bookmarks in but I think in will be perfect to use outside in the summer.
FairyLoot fortune telling kitchen glove something I really need. The design is inspired by the featured book. I have never received an item like this in a book box and love it. It will definitely be useful as I’m always burning myself when taking things out the oven. There is a fresh one and a few others that take forever to heal.
Terrible Truths watercolour bookmark from Lexy Olivia. This is one of my favourite quotes from one of my favourite characters in six of crows. The colours are stunning and the feather on the back is beautiful.
This months featured book is Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody. The story is set in a carnival of debauchery that caters to the strangest of dreams and desires.it is a dark fantasy of magic, murder and mayhem. It also came with a signed bookplate and letter from Amanda.
The book is beautiful and sounds amazing. All the items were fantastic. Once again FairyLoot provided a great box.