November OwlCrate Review

Hello, all!

The theme for this month was "The Dark Heart of the Forest." Let's get into it!

First up, we had the next installment in their Literary Luggage pin collection. This one was inspired by From Blood and Ash and I really like the design here.

Then we had this bamboo travel toothbrush inspired by The Raven Cycle. I've never read that series, but I love a useful item.

Next, they included another of their Lord of the Rings ceramic bowls. This is inspired by Gondor, and features some quotes around the outside. 

I know I just said I love useful items, but this The Bear and the Nightingale soap dish holder seems so strange to me. I didn't realize enough people use bar soap to necessitate OwlCrate to make this one.

My favorite item was this reusable hand warmer inspired by Lakesedge and Among the Beasts and Briars. Everyone makes fun of the fact that my hands are always freezing (my mom dubs them my corpse hands), so I can't wait to use this.

The last item was a reading planner. As cute as I think these are, I never actually use them because I have my own reading trackers I like to use, so I always pass these off.

The book for this month was The Luminaries by Susan Dennard. This is set in a wild and mysterious woodland world where mysteries lurk and danger stalks the forest at night. Winnie Wednesday must learn to traverse the dark and fight for her life-- even if it means unearthing secrets that are best left uncovered.

I read an ARC of this book a few months ago, and sadly, I didn't love it, but I do think this edition is super pretty. Let me know what you thought of this months box!


  1. The Lord of the Rings bowls are always so cute!

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