• Boxwalla Book Subscription Box | Best Book Boxes
  • Lend Me Your Character
  • erpenbeck_kairos_rgb
  • Khalil Gibran

Book Subscription Box

$29.95 $

Free U.S. Shipping, No Minimum
Subscribers Save 15% In Our Retail Shops Every Day!

With our unique bimonthly book subscription box, you will discover the best literary fiction from around the world. Our subscription boxes for book lovers offers the easiest way to experience literary classics & the best of contemporary fiction. So, if you’re ready to read the most diverse & captivating literary works on earth, sign up for our Boxwalla bimonthly book subscription box. Scroll down for Book Box FAQs!

Each Book Box comes with 2 books and 1 bookish item!

We also have the option of prepaid non-renewing 3 boxes (over 6 months) and 6 boxes (over a year)! Check out these options here.

The June Book Box features:

  • Lend Me Your Character by Dubravka Ugresic
  • Kairos by Jenny Erpenbeck
  • A gorgeous French Cahier-style notebook from Obvious State

Retail price: $51

Book Box price: $29.95

Lend Me Your Character by Dubravka Ugresic

“As long as some, like Ugresic, who can write well, do, there will be hope for literature.”

– New Criterion

Translated from the Croatian by Celia Hawkesworth, Michael Henry Heim, and Ellen Elias-Bursać, Dubravaka Ugresic’s Lend Me Your Character is a new edition of one of Ugresic’s most beloved collections. “A little patchwork novel” with major ambition, the collection is a celebration of Ugresic at her finest.


Kairos by Jenny Erpenbeck

“Erpenbeck knows that no one is all bad, no state all rotten, and she masterfully captures the existential bewilderment of this period between states and ideologies.”—TLS

Kairos, translated by Michael Hofmann, is Jenny Erpenbeck’s much-anticipated new novel.

In East Berlin at the end of the 1980s, nineteen-year-old Katharina has a chance meeting with a married writer in his fifties named Hans. Their passionate affair takes place against the background of the declining GDR, through the upheavals wrought by its dissolution in 1989 and then what comes after. In her unmistakable style and with enormous sweep, Erpenbeck describes the path of the two lovers, as Katharina matures and comes to terms with their destructive romance, even as a whole world with its own ideology disappears.

The Bookish Gift

Obvious State’s artful notebooks are inspired by the timeless beauty of vintage French Cahiers. The classic design features weighty natural paper, rounded corners, and thirty-two lined pages. They’re versatile enough to display as art objects, jot down your thoughts, or give as a practical, thoughtful gift.

The Khalil Gibran notebook that we include in the June Book Box features the quote, “Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair“, along with a beautiful line illustration of the moving wind.

Made in the U.S., this notebook is 6.5 x 8.5 inches and uses uncoated 80# natural paper. The cover is partially recycled and natural white, The notebook is offset printed and saddle stitched with matching staples.



Add to WishlistAdd to Compare

You may also like

Boxwalla Book Subscription Box | Best Book Boxes
Book Subscription Box
$29.95 $