MEGA Unboxing!

I’m super excited to share with you all the unboxing of SIX MONTHS worth of boxes from, as well as tell you some more information about this amazing book subscription box company. is monthly subscription box that brings books to your door every month! At $9.99 a month + shipping, it’s a great deal. There’s a wide selection of genres to choose from, so you’ll always be reading something you enjoy.

More information can be found on their website: Bookcase.Club

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The books received in the first two boxes includes Denton Little’s Death Date by Lance Rubin, Reality Boy by A.S. King, and Maybe One Day by Melissa Kantor. Listed below are some descriptions and links for each of these. My favorite thing about Bookcase.Club is that I am always amazed by their selection of books.

Each of the book descriptions are thanks to Goodreads.

Denton Little’s Death Date by Lance Rubin – Goodreads

Denton Little’s Deathdate takes place in a world exactly like our own except that everyone knows the day on which they will die. For Denton, that’s in just two days—the day of his senior prom.

Reality Boy by A.S. King – Goodreads

Gerald Faust knows exactly when he started feeling angry: the day his mother invited a reality television crew into his five-year-old life. Twelve years later, he’s still haunted by his rage-filled youth—which the entire world got to watch from every imaginable angle—and his anger issues have resulted in violent outbursts, zero friends, and clueless adults dumping him in the special education room at school.

Maybe One Day by Melissa Kantor – Goodreads

Zoe and her best friend, Olivia, have always had big plans for the future, none of which included Olivia getting sick. Still, Zoe is determined to put on a brave face and be positive for her friend.

Even when she isn’t sure what to say. Even when Olivia misses months of school. Even when Zoe starts falling for Calvin, Olivia’s crush.

The next case included A Matter of Heart by Amy Fellner Dominy and Diamond Boy by Michael Williams. I was absolutely thrilled when I received the box. The packaging is beautiful, and I was immediately enthused by the books I saw.

Both of the below descriptions are thanks to Goodreads.

A Matter of Heart by Amy Fellner Dominy Goodreads

Sixteen-year-old Abby Lipman is on track to win the state swim championships and qualify for the Olympic trials when a fainting incident at a swim meet leads to the diagnosis of a deadly heart condition. Now Abby is forced to discover who she is without the one thing that’s defined her entire life.

Diamond Boy by Michael Williams  – Goodreads

“Diamonds for everyone.”

That’s what fifteen-year-old Patson Moyo hears when his family arrives in the Marange diamond fields. Soon Patson is working in the mines himself, hoping to find his girazi–the priceless stone that could change his life forever. But when the government’s soldiers comes to Marange, Patson’s world is shattered.

Set against the backdrop of President Robert Mugabe’s brutal regime in Zimbabwe, Diamond Boy is the story of young man who succumbs to greed but finds his way out through a transformative journey to South Africa in search of his missing sister, in search of freedom, and in search of himself.

The next book case includes two books. The first is North of Beautiful by Justina Chen and First There Was Forever by Juliana Romano.

Both descriptions are thanks to Goodreads.

North of Beautiful by Justina Chen – Goodreads

She’s tall, blond, and has an enviable body. But with one turn of her cheek, all people notice is her unmistakably “flawed” face. Terra secretly plans to leave her stifling small town in the Northwest and escape to an East Coast college, but gets pushed off-course by her controlling father. When an unexpected collision puts Terra directly in Jacob’s path, the handsome but quirky Goth boy immediately challenges her assumptions about herself and her life, and she is forced in yet another direction. With her carefully laid plans disrupted, will Terra be able to find her true path?

First There Was Forever by Juliana Romano – Goodreads

Lima and Hailey have always been best friends: Lima shy and sensitive, Hailey funny and free-spirited. But Hailey abandons Lima to party with the popular kids and pursue Nate, her disinterested crush. As their friendship falters, Lima and Nate begin spending more time together. And before Lima knows what she’s feeling, she and Nate do something irreversible. Something that would hurt Hailey….if she knew it happened.

Lima thinks she’s saving her friendship by lying, but she’s only buying time. As the secrets stack up, Lima is forced to make a choice: between her best friend forever, and the boy who wasn’t meant to be hers.

The next box included two amazing books. The first was Blonde Ops by Charlotte Bennardo and Natalie  Zaman. The next was Revolution 19 by Greg Rosenblum.

Both descriptions are thanks to Goodreads.

Blonde Ops by Charlotte Bennardo and Natalia Zaman – Goodreads

Expelled from yet another boarding school for hacking, sixteen-year-old Rebecca “Bec” Jackson is shipped off to Rome to intern for Parker Phillips, the editor-in-chief of one of the world’s top fashion magazines. But when a mysterious accident lands Parker in a coma, former supermodel and notorious drama queen Candace Worthington takes the reins of the magazine. The First Lady is in Rome for a cover shoot, and all hands are on deck to make sure her visit goes smoothly.

Revolution 19 by Greg Rosenblum – Goodreads

Twenty years ago, the robots designed to fight our wars abandoned the battlefields. Then they turned their weapons on us.

Only a few escaped the robot revolution of 2071. Kevin, Nick, and Cass are lucky —they live with their parents in a secret human community in the woods. Then their village is detected and wiped out. Hopeful that other survivors have been captured by bots, the teens risk everything to save the only people they have left in the world—by infiltrating a city controlled by their greatest enemies.

The last box I unboxed included another two spectacular books. Blythewood by Carol Goodman and Dangerous Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl was included.

Both descriptions are thanks to Goodreads.

Blythewood by Carol Goodman – Goodreads

At seventeen, Avaline Hall has already buried her mother, survived a horrific factory fire, and escaped from an insane asylum. Now she’s on her way to Blythewood Academy, the elite boarding school in New York’s mist-shrouded Hudson Valley that her mother attended—and was expelled from. Though she’s afraid her high society classmates won’t accept a factory girl in their midst, Ava is desperate to unravel her family’s murky past, discover the identity of the father she’s never known, and perhaps finally understand her mother’s abrupt suicide. She’s also on the hunt for the identity of the mysterious boy who rescued her from the fire. And she suspects the answers she seeks lie at Blythewood.

Dangerous Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl Goodreads

From the world of Beautiful Creaturesa dangerous new tale of love and magic.

Ridley Duchannes is nobody’s heroine. She’s a Dark Caster, a Siren. She can make you do things. Anything. You can’t trust her, or yourself when she’s around. And she’ll be the first to tell you to stay away-especially if you’re going to do something as stupid as fall in love with her.

I am always thrilled and pleased with the amazing books Bookcase.Club curates in their boxes. I always know when I receive one of their boxes I am in to read something amazing.

I would like to. say a huge thank you to Bookcase.Club for sending me all of these boxes. And for my readers, all opinions are my own. I really am this amazed!

Have you read any of the books seen or are you subscribed to Bookcase.Club?!

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