Paper Dots September 2014 Review – Book Subscription Box

Disclosure: I received this box for review

Paper Dots September 2014 Review

Paper Dots September 2014 Review

Paper Dots is a book subscription box, that sent me this box to review.  Paper Dots is $24.00 a month for a paper back and $30.00 a month for a hardback book.  In your box, you will also get a bonus item.  When you sign up, you fill out a questionnaire, so they can match you with the right book.  

The Details:

Cost: $25.00/month for paperback, $30.00/month for a hardback

What’s in the box? “One handpicked, expert-curated book will be delivered to your doorstep each month to engage and entice you into becoming a committed reader.  Plus, we’ll help the words come off the page and into your life with a little something extra.  “

What if I don’t like the book? If you don’t like the box, send the box and they will cover the shipping.



Paper Dots ships in a plain brown box and ships by Media Mail.


First Look


3096 Days in Captivity by Natascha Kampusch: $8.99 This book is about girl who was kidnapped in 1998 and kept a prisoner for 8 years.  This looks like a good book and I haven’t heard of this story.  It is on sale on Amazon for $8.99 and it has a MSRP of $9.99.


Hope Ball Chain Ball Necklace: $1.00: This is a Hope necklace on a chain ball necklace.  I can see this fits with the theme of the book, but the necklace really isn’t my style.


Final Thought: This box had a total value of around $10.00.  The book does look interesting and it is definitely something I will read.  The necklace wasn’t my taste and doesn’t seem to have much value, though it did go with the book.  I was disappointed in this box, because the book had only a $9-$10.00 value.  While I understand part of the value of this box, is to have a book picked out for you, I don’t feel like this box had the $25.00 value.   If you want to try Paper Dots, click HERE.

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One thought on “Paper Dots September 2014 Review – Book Subscription Box

  1. Christina

    Hmmm…don’t see this sub box being worthwhile at all. I can’t believe the pricing. If there are enough people willing to pay for such I thing, I’d start this business too lol! What a profit margin!


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