June OwlCrate Review
Due to some production issues, the summer OwlCrate boxes have been delayed, but we've finally got the June box! The theme was "Go Your Own Way".
First up, he had the next installment in their seasonal drinkware set. This was, of course, inspired by the summertime and was created by Macarena Chomik and has a quote from Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe. I don't usually use bottles that aren't clear (I have a weird thing where I need to be able to see through what I'm drinking out of), but the size is nice to carry when I'm walking.
Then there was this fun Throne of Glass inspired lunch tote created by Janine Lecour. I've never gotten a lunch box in a book box before, but I kinda love it and wish I wasn't a permanent work-from-homer soon I could actually get some use out of it.
Next, we had this double sided collectors coin from Fable designed by Iron and Ink Designs. It's really nice quality but I'm not much of a coin person, so not sure if I'll be keeping this or passing it off.
You all know I love getting practical items in these types of things, so this The Starless Sea magnet/bottle opened created by Pineapple Sundays is right up my alley! I don't actually think I even have a bottle opener, so this is the perfect addition to my kitchen and the design is so pretty.
The last item was the Strange the Dreamer art print by @kimcarika_art. I liked this book but wasn't as obsessed with it as most, but the print is beautiful.
June's book was Sisters of the Snake- Sasha and Sarena Nanua. This is a sweeping fantasy following two very different characters-- a princess and a thief-- who share a remarkable resemblance who switch lives in order to stop a dark prophecy. But danger lurks behind every corner and the pair find themselves in a race against time to save the kingdom before it falls into ruin.
I haven't heard of this but the cover is gorgeous and sounds super fast-paced and action-packed, so I'm intrigued. Let me know what you thought of this box!