The Emoji Book Tag

Hi bookish friends! How are you? I hope you had a great week! Mine’s been pretty swamped, with NaNoWriMo mostly, but well…by the way, while we’re on the subject, would you be interested in a blog post about NaNoWriMo? Let me know in comments!

In this lovely friday, I’m coming to you with another little book tag, yay! I was nominated for a lot of tags, so I’m trying to do my best to do them all, as I find them so much fun! I hope you’re enjoying it! This one’s called the Emoji Book Tag, and the wonderful Joey @ Thoughts and Afterthoughts and Trisha Ann @ The Bookgasm tagged me for this. Thanks so much! If you don’t know them, please do check out their awesome blogs right away.

Okay, so the rules are : I’m supposed to pick up some of my most-recent used emoji, and pair those with books. I cheated a little bit, because I love using animal emojis, and I had no idea what to pair up with the penguin, so…here you go. Some of these I use often, and others, not so often…care to take a guess?

The unamused face

emoji smirkThe more I think about this book, and more I anatomy of a misfitthink that I really didn’t enjoy it that much. I gave it a few stars, still, but it was just annoying to me. The unlucky winner at this, is Anatomy of a Misfit, by Andrea Portes. Sorry, main character, you weren’t for me, at all.

emoji shockThe shocked face

I will never stop telling people how shocked more than thisand confused I was while reading this book. It’s, drumrolls, More than this, by Patrick Ness! My first book of his, and certainly not my last. I mean, if you saw that ending coming, then I don’t know who you are.

emoji laughThe laughing-crying face

I’m thinking that I had a good laugh while reading An abundance of Katherines, by John an abundance of katherinesGreen. It’s one of the less-talked about of John Green’s books, and this kind of makes me sad, because it’s as genius as the others are. Even if there’s a little bit of maths, in it. And it’s hilarious. Well, I laughed, so I guess I have the same sense of humor as John.

The heart-eyes faceemoji heart

I expected to likeΒ this book, because of its emmy and oliverbeautiful synopsis, and damn, I ended up loving Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway. Such an endearing story. I loved the characters, the friendship, the love story, the family dynamics…okay, I love everything, and this emoji was basically my face while reading the whole thing.

emoji cryThe weeping face

Okay, I admit it, I cry kind of easily when stories are a little bit emotional. I guess I could come up with more than one book for thatvanishing girls emoji, but I will go with Vanishing Girls, the latest Lauren Oliver’s book. I love her writing style and her way of telling stories. And, hm, I cried. In public. While reading this. So, okay, thank you, Lauren, Thank you SO MUCH.

I’ve seen this postΒ around a lot, so I’m not going to tag anyone to do this, I’m too scared you’ve all already done it, ahah! BUT, if you feel like joining the fun, do it again, or do it for the first time, then consider yourself officially tagged!

What do you think of my choices? Did you read any of those books? Let me know everything in comments! πŸ™‚

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23 thoughts on “The Emoji Book Tag

      1. Aw okay, I understand, then. It’s true that they are kind of similar πŸ™‚ I read looking for alaska, first, and I fell in love with John Green this way, so that’s why. We don’t think about it often, but I think the first book we read by an author can actually influence what our favorite book is, after, ahah. I don’t know if I’m making sense, but, anyways ahah πŸ™‚

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  1. Definitely do a post on NaNo! πŸ˜€ I’ve heard (actually read haha) a lot of people say that An Abundance of Katherine’s is there least favourite John Green book and that it isn’t that good, so I was hesitant to pick it up. I’m glad to know you enjoyed it though πŸ˜€

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  2. I completely agree with all of your choices here. More than This left me with my jaw open as well, and I was a tear-stained mess by the end of Vanishing Girls. Thanks for sharing this and, as always, fabulous post + choices! ❀

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  3. Omg I really need to read More Than This! I’ve avoided buying it because the blurb makes it sound kind of scary… but I’ll have to do it since everyone loves that book! I should probably read Chaos Walking first though πŸ˜€ I’ve been meaning to read Emmy & Oliver for months now! It’s been sitting on my shelf waiting to be picked up… SOON. I will do it soon!

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    1. YES!! Do read More than this, it was incredible. I need to read the Chaos Walking series, too, everyone’s raving about this makes me want to have it right now πŸ˜€
      Emmy & Oliver is one of my favorite reads this year! I hope you’ll enjoy it πŸ™‚
      Thank you so much for stopping by, Jenna ❀

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  4. Ahh this is an AWESOME tag! And I totally agree with your Anatomy of a Misfit summary. Ugh, that book drove me a little batty. And I’m still not over that revelation in Vanishing Girls. *collapses in a puddle of tears* TALK ABOUT EMOTIONAL.
    Thanks for stopping by @ Paper Fury!

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  5. Hehe, I haven’t read any of the books you mentioned in this tag but I do have them on my TBR! Especially Vanishing Girls (because like in another conversation thread we have going on I mentioned I loved Before I Fall!) because the premise sounds so interesting. I’m sorry you had to cry in public, but I’m glad the story was just that good!

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