LitCube July Book Box Review
I received my July LitCube book box and I have to say I have mixed opinions on it. For one it’s on the pricier side with it being $34.95 per month plus tax and shipping. And after the July box I felt that I did not get the full money forth inside the cube. I also felt that several of the items within the cube I won’t be using.
LitCube fills their cube with something wearable, something to be eaten, a book, and other bookish related items.
Like OwlCrate and The Best Damn Book Box LitCube provides a information sheet that explains what is inside the cube. However something that I really liked from the other two book boxes is that they create their info card to have a connecting with their monthly theme.
July’s Theme was An Awfully Big Adventure
Found within the cube:
- The Neverland Wars written by Audrey Greathouse – this also included a signed bookplate for inside the book.
- Faith, Trust, and pixie dust adjustable copper Ring
- Megpies all natural tart
- Peter Pan tote bag
- Tinker Bell inspired key chain
- 4×6 Hand-designed Peter Pan Card
- Purple sunglasses
Like I said before several of the items I won’t be using. They will go to my niece. Items such as the ring and sunglasses. I will use the bag as a library bag to carry books to and from. The Megpie was a mess and I had to throw that away. I have the keychain hanging in my bookcase and I will be reading the book.
This will be my last cube from them which I know my niece will like since she loves mermaids. They (the owners) have said that this box will include two books. With the main book being a brand new paperback release and the bonus book is an older book. I’m hoping that the books are books that I don’t already own and that the box is better than the Peter Pan one. ** fingers crossed **