Unboxing time! This is a Canadian box from Indigo/Chapters, which is a bookstore that is all over Canada. Basically a Canadian Barnes and Nobles type of place. They have started to get into curating these cute little boxes that you can pick up from select YA titles. This is the second box I’ve purchased, the first one was a King of Scars box and I was pleased with it. This is a curated box for We Hunt the Flame by Hafsah Faizel.
I believe this box can still be purchased at Indigo for $29.99 Canadian. I’m not sure what the rates are American. Funny thing is, is that I actually cancelled this box because another sub box that I ordered was going to have this book in it – but they still ended up sending this to me for no charge by mistake I guess, so win? Ok let’s get to the little unboxing.
Overall photo of the box, sorry about the lighting on this one. The light kept reflecting off the bookmarks.
We Hunt The Flame Signed Edition by Hafsah Faizal – Book is stunning, but there is nothing exclusive about this but it’s nice to have a signed copy.
We Hunt the Flame Bookmarks – These are super cute and I love the little dangly arrows on them. Make a cute little addition to it.
We Hunt the Flame Character Candles – These are extra special I think because they come from IceyDesigns, which is the authors own Etsy type store. This means she designed and created these candles herself. How cool is that? These are VERY strong scents, if you like incense then these will be beautiful to you. I do find them too strongly but I will use them for display. I should note that I really appreciate that she went with authentic scents for the book – I thought that was a lovely choice.
Random book samplers and letter from author – I mostly see this stuff as kind of junk but the little book with four samples in it is kind of cool. I’ve never seen one that big before. I don’t tend to read samples though because once I start reading, I want to just go and not be stopped LOL
Overall, cute little box and it wasn’t much more than buying the book alone so I feel it’s worth it.