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Book Case Club Review + Coupon – Teenage Dreams – April 2016

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BookCase.Club is a new book subscription box. Each month they deliver 2 books based on your preferences. Here are the subscription options:

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My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

This review is of the Teenage Dreams Case.


The Subscription Box: BookCase.Club

The Cost: $9.99 a month plus $5 shipping

COUPON: Use coupon code CRATEJOY to save 10% off your first month!

The Products: 2 books selected based on your subscription preference.

Ships to: US

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Each box comes with a card detailing the two books selected.


Stone Rider by David Hofmeyr – Retail Value $18.99 (On Amazon for $15.38)

Book summary from Amazon:

In the vein of the cult classic Mad Max series, crossed with Cormac McCarthy’s The Road and S.E. Hinton’s The Outsiders, this inventive debut novel blends adrenaline-fueled action with an improbable yet tender romance to offer a rich and vivid portrayal of misfits and loners forced together in their struggle for a better life.

Adam Stone wants freedom and peace. He wants a chance to escape Blackwater, the dust-bowl desert town he grew up in. Most of all, he wants the beautiful Sadie Blood. Alongside Sadie and the dangerous outsider Kane, Adam will ride the Blackwater Trail in a brutal race that will test them all, body and soul. Only the strongest will survive.

The prize? A one-way ticket to Sky-Base and unimaginable luxury.

And for a chance at this new life, Adam will risk everything.


Seeker by Arwen Elys Dayton – Retail Value $18.99 (On Amazon for $12.34)

Book summary from Amazon:

  The night Quin Kincaid takes her Oath, she will become what she has trained to be her entire life. She will become a Seeker. This is her legacy, and it is an honor.
As a Seeker, Quin will fight beside her two closest companions, Shinobu and John, to protect the weak and the wronged. Together they will stand for light in a shadowy world. And she’ll be with the boy she loves—who’s also her best friend.
But the night Quin takes her Oath, everything changes. Being a Seeker is not what she thought. Her family is not what she thought. Even the boy she loves is not who she thought. And now it’s too late to walk away.


Verdict: I’m excited to read Stone Rider – all the reviews I’ve read describe it as a book that grabs you and is hard to put down – all good things! I also like that it is a standalone book. The Seeker is the first in a 3-book series, and it gets OK reviews, so I’m a little more cautious about starting that book

I think Book Case Club is a great book subscription if you are looking for value. It would cost me approximately $28 to buy these books from Amazon, so to get them for $15 is a great deal. To provide that value, I imagine BookCase.Club gets deals on books that aren’t new releases. (These were both originally published in 2015) If you don’t need the most recent books, I think this could be a perfect book subscription.

What do you think of BookCase.Club?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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  1. I really liked Seeker. The first part of the last 3rd of the book gets a little draggy, but it picks back up by the end. It’s not exactly on par with some of the better releases last year (Ember in the Ashes, Wrath and the Dawn, ect), but it’s better than average (and I read A LOT of YA lol).

    • Wrath and the Dawn changed my world haha. Loved that book so much!

  2. I like this sub but I think you need to set your expectation. I get the Thrill Seeker box and received I Love You More by Jennifer Murphy and Eeny Meeny by MJ Arlidge this month. Both were originally released in 2014.

    One thing to note, while I did receive 2 books as promised, Eeny Meeny was a paperback. It’s still a great value but not quite as fabulous as it would have been if both books had been hardcovers. Another thing to note, both books had remainder marks (which, as Liz noted, makes sense considering the price point of this sub).

    I’m happy with both selections and I’m actually happy to have a paperback in the mix…sometimes I like to travel light! It’s a fun surprise when it arrives in the mail and it’s not a huge investment – I recommend it.

  3. Is it just me or does Seeker sound much like Beautiful Creatures. Since my summer plans have changed, 🙁 no rest for the wicked, I won’t have as much time to read. But I sure want to sub the Thrill seeker. I’ll have to keep it in mind for the Summer/Fall semester break and then Winter break.

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