BookCase.Club Review October 2016

BookCase Club Review October 2016

Book subscription have officially found a place in my heart. I LOVE book subscription boxes. There’s something so nice about receiving a new book (or books) in the mail every 30 days. Especially this time of year when all I want to do is curl up with a warm blanket and read a good book. Can I do that all day every day? Can that be my job? Anyways, today we are looking at a new book subscription – BookCase.Club.


If you aren’t familiar with BookCase Club it is a new, monthly subscription box that sends you two hardback books for only $9.99 plus $5 for shipping. They currently have eight subscription themes, with more to come.


The Box: BookCase.Club

Cost: $9.99 per month

What You Get: For $9.99 each month, we will send you a selection of handpicked books based on your preferences. Boxes are shipped on the 1st of each month.

Ships to: US

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Subscription Details

When you sign-up for a BookCase.Club subscription you get to choose a book theme. They currently have 8 options and will be adding more soon. Right now the options are: Teenage Dreams, Thrill Seeker, Strange Worlds, Read to Me, Blind Date, Booking for Love, Quarterly Cookbooks, and Quarterly Military  History.

This month I am reviewing the Teenage Dreams Case.

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Life After Theft – Aprilynne Pike

Kimberlee Schaffer thinks she’s doomed to an afterlife of boredom, stuck haunting the halls of her high school for eternity . . . until the day she meets Jeff. He’s the only person who’s ever been able to see Kimberlee, so she needs him to help with her unfinished business. When she was alive, Kimberlee wasn’t just a mean girl; she was also a complete kleptomaniac. If Jeff wants to avoid being haunted until graduation, he’ll have to help her return everything she stole. But Jeff soon discovers that it’s much easier to steal something than it is to bring it back.

Denton Little’s Death Date – Lance Rubin

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.
Despite his early deathdate, Denton has always wanted to live a normal life, but his final days are filled with dramatic firsts. First hangover. First sex. First love triangle—as the first sex seems to have happened not with his adoring girlfriend, but with his best friend’s hostile sister. (Though he’s not totally sure—see, first hangover.) His anxiety builds when he discovers a strange purple rash making its way up his body. Is this what will kill him? And then a strange man shows up at his funeral, claiming to have known Denton’s long-deceased mother, and warning him to beware of suspicious government characters. . . . Suddenly Denton’s life is filled with mysterious questions and precious little time to find the answers.

BookCase Club Review October 2016 – Final Thoughts

First of all, can we talk about the fact that this subscription box is only $9.99! You get two books every month for only $9.99! That is craziness. I love it. And I LOVE that you get to choose your book theme. So far, this new subscription is pretty darn awesome. I haven’t had a chance to start reading either of the books I received this month, but they both sound pretty interesting. Denton Little’s Death Date is the WINNER of the ILA Young Adult Book Award, and Life After Theft receives good reviews on Amazon. I’m a fan of BookCase.Club…….a big fan!





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