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Wildest Dreams Book Box Trial Unboxing

So yesterday I received the Wildest Dreams Box which I purchased in October. I have always been interested in Book Subscription Boxes and have only got one before being the October Fairyloot box but have always wanted to find a cheaper alternative. And BAM. Wildest Dreams Box is created and I got the first box which was a trial and the theme is Best of YA 2017!


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Wildest Dreams is a UK based Subscription service that costly £18 including shipping and includes a new release book, a tea based on the book as well as a bath related product. To find out more click here.

So on to the unboxing! This obviously has spoilers...

The tea:

The tea is Chocolate Orange which is based on After The Fire by Will Hill which is a book that I have heard amazing things about and can't wait to read! The tea itself smells amazing and is a nice blend of tea which I really liked especially as I am not a tea lover. It also comes with some tea bags which is really cool as I don't have a tea strainer. 

The bath bomb:

The bath bomb is a Sorting Hat bath bomb which I was really excited about when I saw it because I have wanted one for the longest time. I just hope that it turns yellow. Not green because I am really not a Slytherin.

The Extras:

The box also contains a bookmark which is signed by the author which is really exciting. The bookmark is for Book of Fire and there was also a postcard. This is a book that has been on my radar for a while and I want to check out. There was also a chocolate eye in the box which I ate pretty quickly after opening the box. 

Finally...

The book:

The book was The Nowhere Girls by Amy Reed. I have heard amazing things about this book and am generally really excited to read it! I am just happy that it is a book that I don't already have and want to read. The book also came with a note from the author which was a really nice touch. 

The Verdict:

Wildest Dreams is really good book subscription box that is great value for money and I can't wait to get more.

Here is a lovely picture of what is included...





The theme for next month is Into The Jungle and I think I know which book is included and I am excited about it!

Did you get the Wildest Dreams box? Would you like to?

See you soon, 

Amy

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