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~ FairyLoot Unboxing: To the Moon and Back (February 2022) ~

FROM FAIRYLOOT:

🌙We are so excited to reveal the January theme for our monthly Young Adult box and it is… MONSTERS WITHIN!

🌙Monsters are real and they live inside us… but whether you keep that monster locked within or whether you unleash it is entirely up to you. This box is all about characters that have a dark side hidden beneath the surface and what happens when they let it loose.

🌙You can expect items inspired by The Last Hours, These Hollow Vows, Scythe, This Savage Song and our featured book of the month. This box will feature our next collectible trinket dish, as well as so many other beautiful goodies!

🌙Our featured book of the month is a YA contemporary fantasy set in London filled with monsters with hidden powers, monster families with cruel legacies, magical underworlds and swoon-worthy romance! This FairyLoot exclusive edition will have an EXCLUSIVE COVER, TWO COLOURED STENCIL SPRAYED EDGES, ARTWORK ON THE ENDPAPERS by @arz28, FOIL EMBOSSING ON THE HARDCOVER by @arz28, is SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR and as usual will come with a letter from the author.

🌙Spots for new subscriptions are currently CLOSED, but you can sign up to the waiting list here. The best way to get a subscription at the moment is to sign up to the waiting list – we invite people whenever more spots become available.

🌙 Gorgeous theme art by official FairyLoot artist @taratjah and text by @blanca.design.




Tarot Cards of the Month: King & Queen of Pentacles


The King & Queen of Pentacles feature Mustang and Darrow from the Red Rising series by Pierce Brown and are illustrated by @lizzart_zardonicz.


This month’s book-themed items:


Crescent City Necklace was designed by @team fairyloot and inspired by the Crescent City series by Sarah J. Maas.

Starless Sea Socks was designed @jezhawk and inspired by The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern.

Celestial Bookends are made of metal and are designed by @jezhawk.

Wicked Fox Art Print was designed by @cyt_draws from Wicked Fox by Kat Cho.

Moon Goddess Tote Bag was designed by @rosiethorns88 and is inspired by the featured novel.

Book of the Month: Daughter of the Moon Goddess (Celestial Kingdom #1) by Sue Lynn Tan

A captivating debut fantasy inspired by the legend of Chang’e, the Chinese moon goddess, in which a young woman’s quest to free her mother pits her against the most powerful immortal in the realm.

Growing up on the moon, Xingyin is accustomed to solitude, unaware that she is being hidden from the feared Celestial Emperor who exiled her mother for stealing his elixir of immortality. But when Xingyin’s magic flares and her existence is discovered, she is forced to flee her home, leaving her mother behind.

Alone, powerless, and afraid, she makes her way to the Celestial Kingdom, a land of wonder and secrets. Disguising her identity, she seizes an opportunity to learn alongside the emperor’s son, mastering archery and magic, even as passion flames between her and the prince.

To save her mother, Xingyin embarks on a perilous quest, confronting legendary creatures and vicious enemies across the earth and skies. But when treachery looms and forbidden magic threatens the kingdom, she must challenge the ruthless Celestial Emperor for her dream—striking a dangerous bargain in which she is torn between losing all she loves or plunging the realm into chaos.

Daughter of the Moon Goddess begins an enchanting, romantic duology which weaves ancient Chinese mythology into a sweeping adventure of immortals and magic—where love vies with honor, dreams are fraught with betrayal, and hope emerges triumphant. 


This FairyLoot exclusive edition has an exclusive cover (above), digitally sprayed edges (below-center), artwork on the endpapers by @gracezhuart (above), foil embossing on the hardcover also by @gracezhuart (below-left), and is signed by the author. Also included is an author letter on one side and the other side includes a character print by @rosiethorns88 (below-right).


For this box, I have only read the featured novel, Daughter of the Moon Goddess. I still need to read the other novels featured in this box and I cannot wait to re-read the featured novel with this gorgeous hardcover edition!


For those that do not know as much about Fairy Loot, it is a monthly fantasy book subscription box.

You can visit Fairy Loot to find out more.

NEXT MONTH”S THEME (MARCH) –

If you want a potential book spoiler, then this is the novel going around online as the November novel.

FROM FAIRYLOOT:

We are so excited to reveal the March theme for our Young Adult monthly box and it is… THREADS OF FATE!

If your life was predestined, how far would you go to change it? This box is dedicated to characters who fight against destiny and take control of their own fate.

You can expect items inspired by Circe, The Raven Boys, Raybearer and our featured book of the month. We are thrilled to reveal that there will be a deck of foiled playing cards inspired by Six Crimson Cranes, Daughter of the Moon Goddess, Jade Fire Gold and Only A Monster with artwork by @naiivu.

Our featured book of the month is a retelling of the classic Korean folktale of Shim Cheong! We absolutely loved this enchanting and lyrical story and we think you will too. This FairyLoot exclusive edition will have an EXCLUSIVE COVER, TWO COLOURED STENCIL SPRAYED EDGES, ARTWORK ON THE ENDPAPERS by @naiivu, FOIL EMBOSSING ON THE HARDCOVER by @naiivu, is SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR and as usual will come with a letter from the author. We can’t wait for you to see this stunning edition!

Spots for new subscriptions are currently CLOSED, but you can sign up to the waiting list. The best way to get a subscription at the moment is to sign up to the waiting list – we invite people whenever more spots become available.

Gorgeous theme art by official FairyLoot artist @taratjah and text by @blanca.design


Until the next unboxing!

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