Bookish Spotlights: Review of Fox & Wit’s Music in the Night July Box

Bookish Spotlights: Review of Fox & Wit’s Music in the Night July Box

This box review is of Fox & Wit’s July young adult monthly subscription.

(All photos are from my own personal instagram, @Partimeavenger)

What’s in the box?

-New dust jackets for The Monsters of Verity series

-New mini poster comic strip from Daughter of Smoke and Bones series

-One music designed Beeswax wrap

-Set of two vinyl coasters featuring, 1) Phantom of the Opera, 2) The Greatest Showman

-Ghost Wood Song by Erica Waters (stained metallic brown edges, signed bookplate, and author letter).

Getting these young adult boxes from Fox & Wit is like getting a delightful surprise each and every time. Even though I know what the theme for July was and what book would be featured, I was still blown away from the amazing items in this box.

First off, I had no clue that we would be getting dust jackets for The Monsters of Verity (written by V.E. Schwab). You all should have seen the shocked look on my face, but these covers are so pretty. I can’t wait to try them on my books.

There was another comic strip mini poster from the talented Angela De Vito (@angelaanimates), depicting a scene from A Daughter of Smoke and Bone series.When I got this box and saw the poster, I freaked out because I was at the end of book two of the series. I had no clue about what was going on in the scene, but since then I have finished the series and love that  I have a comic strip of this unseen moment from the last book.

I am so excited to talk about these lat two items aside from the book. Getting another beeswax wrap with music notes all over it, and well… it’s so stinking cute. I have been taking lunch to work and am trying to cut down on waste, so this could not have come at a better time! I can’t wait to try it out soon. The other item I wanted to talk about, are the two vinyl coaster set with  The Phantom of the Opera on one and The Greatest Showman on the other. I love both of these musicals, and these coasters look so cool. It felt like my brain was getting blasted from the photo  ideas that hit me when I saw these!

Lastly, we have the book, Ghost Wood Song by Erica Waters. The Fox & Wit team really made this edition a beauty with the stained metallic  brown edges. The book also comes with an author letter and signed bookplate. This months book is pretty and looks like a perfect read to get ready for Halloween.

I really thought this months box was really good, I always give high points if items are useful for many things

Rating of box: 4.5 out of 5 stars.

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August’s YA box theme: Star fight, star bright, The first star I see tonight.

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