Book Service Review — Twigge Books

I tried Twigge for the first time at the end of April and wanted to share my thoughts.

What is it?

Twigge is an online book depository where you pay to borrow a book for six weeks. You can read some of the newest and most popular hard covers for as low as $8.99.

Think of it like borrowing from the library, but you pay for it to ship directly to your house and you don’t have to be on those long wait lists.

Intrigued? Keep reading!

What I love about it:

  • You get a physical book to read and depending on where you live, it gets to you pretty quickly through USPS
  • There is a bookplate insert just like when you checked out books from your school’s library where the date that it’s due is stamped!
  • A return shipping label is provided making returning your book easy and simple.
  • No more clutter! You got to enjoy the book and now return it! (There is also an option to buy the book to keep it.)

If you’re looking for another reason to try out this service, I have a referral link for you to get 20% off your first book!

Referral link:

Let me know if you have tried it and what your experience was!

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