PageHabit March 2018 Subscription Box Review + Coupon – Sci Fi

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PageHabit is a monthly book and bookish item subscription. The subscription costs $29.99 per month, and you can choose from a variety of genres available like Mystery, Literary Fiction, Historical Fiction, Fantasy, Romance, and Young Adult Fiction. PageHabit also gives back to the community – each month, they partner with different organizations to make sure that children around the world have books to read.


DEAL: Save $10 off your subscription! Use this link to get the deal.

This month, children from Kenya will benefit from PageHabit purchases! It also includes an infographic-style trivia about the country.

You can now add selections! They’re $18.98 each.

Here are the books in the other subscriptions:

Where the books have large variations PageHabits includes more items (here, a keyring).

Everything in my March 2018 box!

I picked SciFi this month. My box includes one (1) newly released book, plus several bookish goods.

PageHabit Bookmark. Every box includes a new bookmark. One side features the PageHabit logo…

…and the other side is a quotation from a notable author. For this month, it’s Jane Smiley.

Many people, myself among them, feel better at the mere sight of a book.

My bookworms (my kids!) gleefully trotted away with this one!

The Appointment By Kelcie Des Jardins. I love the short stories that PageHabit sends. I pick them up whenever I need quick and easy read.

Although short, The Appointment has a well-detailed and engaging story.

It is heartwarming to see the effort of PageHabit to make sure the author has a connection with the reader.

When I thought it can’t be any cooler than the letter, I get to read the author’s annotations!

The Feed By Nick Clark Windo ($17.70)

Set in a post-apocalyptic world as unique and vividly imagined as those of Mad Max and The Girl with All the Gifts, a startling and timely debut that explores what it is to be human and what it truly means to be connected in the digital age.

IT MAKES US. IT DESTROYS US. NOW WE MUST LEARN TO LIVE WITHOUT IT.

The Feed is accessible everywhere, by everyone, at any time. It instantaneously links us to all information and global events as they break. Every interaction, every emotion, every image can be shared through it; it is the essential tool everyone relies on to know and understand the thoughts and feelings of partners, parents, friends, children, colleagues, bosses, employees . . . in fact, of anyone and everyone else in the world.

Tom and Kate use the Feed, but Tom has resisted its addiction, which makes him suspect to his family. After all, his father created it. But that opposition to constant connection serves Tom and Kate well when the Feed collapses after a horrific tragedy shatters the world as they know it.

The Feed’s collapse, taking modern society with it, leaves people scavenging to survive. Finding food is truly a matter of life and death. Minor ailments, previously treatable, now kill. And while the collapse has demolished the trappings of the modern world, it has also eroded trust. In a world where survival of the fittest is a way of life, there is no one to depend upon except yourself . . . and maybe even that is no longer true.

Tom and Kate have managed to protect themselves and their family. But then their six-year-old daughter, Bea, goes missing. Who has taken her? How do you begin to look for someone in a world without technology? And what happens when you can no longer even be certain that the people you love are really who they claim to be?

This book is indeed special as acknowledged by other authors.

Reading the synopsis on the inside flap of the book gave me chills. All the more I wanted to read the story.

This book is a lot cooler with the annotations! I can get a peek into the author’s inspirations and his references. It is like knowing the author on a personal level.

The notes also add excitement to the reading experience. I’m always so excited to finish the chapter because I also look forward to the next annotation.

These annotations definitely made me understand more and deepen my perspective on the book. If you’re into action and adventure, you’ll probably find this story awesome too!

Kikkerland Cable Photo Holder ($9.55) It’s a cable that serves as a photo holder, making a nice room decoration or simply for keeping polaroids, cards or any of that kind organized.

The cable can hold a total of 8 photos or cards.

The cable is plastic coated. It also comes with small detachable magnet parts.

It’s quite easy to assemble! I can’t wait to put this in our room!

I tested it with the bookmark and it worked perfectly!

Long King Adult Coloring Forest. Featuring 12 designs and 24 sheets, this adult coloring book will make a nice pastime.

There are suggestions in the back on how you can give the colored sheet as a gift card to someone. It’s a pretty good idea. You can relieve stress and make someone happy at the same time.

There are lot of animal designs featured in the coloring book.

Here’s a sample page! The images have intricate details.

I’m glad they included this book in the loot. I imagine that after reading a serious and dramatic chapter from the book, I can always turn to the coloring book to relax.

This design is so cute! This can be a relaxing hobby. You can just color for fun and makes you deviate from the busy demands of the world.

SciFi is an escape to a reality different from our own but it will always have the same principles relating to our everyday life and that’s why I like it! I am once again impressed by my Page Habit box. It’s an ideal subscription for book lovers who also appreciate bookish goods. I also like the fact that I can always pick an add-on if I want to receive more books in a month! You know, there’s no such thing as too many books!

What genre is your favorite?

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