The Emoji Book Tag

I was tagged for this by Alina @ Radiant Reads and I love emojis so I had to do it! You’re supposed to use the 5 Most Used or 5 Most Recently Used emojis. Apparently it’s up to you to interpret them however you want in relation to a book. I decided to go with my 5 Most Used.

    One Plus One

One Plus One by Jojo Moyes. A book that is so good, my words of praise just don’t do it justice. A big thumbs up!

   Dissonance (Dissonance, #1)

Dissonance by Erica O’Rourke. A book that I didn’t really like and don’t care enough to discuss why.

  Illusions of Fate

Illusions of Fate by Kiersten White. A book with witty banter.

   Game (Jasper Dent, #2)

Game (Jasper Dent #2) by Barry Lyga.  A book with a character so annoying it made me want to shoot something:  Connie. She started out such a great character and the girl was just SO STUPID in this book.

  Black-Eyed Susans

Black-Eyed Susans by Julia Heaberlin. A book I loved reading and want to celebrate. FYI – my review will post on Monday and will include a GIVEAWAY of this book.

Do you love Emojis? Feel free to tag yourself and  link your post in the comments!

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11 thoughts on “The Emoji Book Tag

  1. Great tag! I’m sorry to hear you didn’t enjoy Game as much, although I can understand why you would consider Connie to be annoying. I really need to read Black-Eyed Susans ASAP; it sounds like such a great read!

    • I think the first book in the Jasper Dent series was the best, but the second two weren’t bad. Connie just drove me completely insane! I loved Howie, though. And Jasper is still a great character. I hope you get to read Black-Eyed Susans, it’s one of my favorite books of the year so far. And a different’ kind of serial killer book.

      • I think the first one was my favorite as well, although I really loved both sequels as well. Black-Eyed Susans sounds like a read I will most likely love, so I will definitely try to get a copy soon.

  2. I haven’t read the other books, but I really enjoyed Black-Eyed Susans as well. I liked how it flashed between young Tessie and present-day Tessie. Plus, unreliable narrators always allows me to play detective to figure out what’s really going on.

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