The Emoji Book Tag

emoji book tag

I was tagged a couple of weeks ago to do this tag by Maria @ Marwhal Reads. Thank you so much, this tag is a lot of fun! 😀

In this tag you’re supposed to take your five most recent or most used emojis and come up with books that fit the emotion. Fun! I wonder what my recently used emojis are… Let’s find out. 

crying with laughter emoji

Apple's Face With Tears of Joy12700353This is always my most recent emoji, so no surprises there. I don’t often laugh out loud while reading books, but Me and Earl and the Dying Girl got a few snorts out of me and one proper laugh at the line “Possible racist silence” or whatever it was. Overall the book was about a 3 star but it had its funny moments. 


stiff grin emoji

Apple's Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes12000020This one has a bit of a complicated context and usage, so for the purpose of this tag I’ll treat it as just a very happy grinning emoji. So a book that makes me happy is Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe. It’s got a lot of angst but it’s so light and sweet, it was the perfect summer read.



Heart eyes emoji

Apple's Smiling Face With Heart-Shaped Eyes19547856A book that recently left me looking like this emoji after I was done reading is easily Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. Heart eyes all over the place. 





bawling emoji

Apple's Loudly Crying Face7003779God damnit, Patrick Ness, why do we always end up here. Both the first books of the Chaos Walking series deserve this emoji, but since I most recently read the second one I’ll pick that. So The Ask and the Answer. Can we not go through this again in the third book, please? Just kidding, I love angst. 



displeased Scowling emoji

Apple's Unamused Face

9460487I love this one, I use it a lot. The book that best fits this face, that I’ve read recently, is probably Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children. If you’ve followed my blog for a while you know this book displeased me greatly. It was pretty boring and not at all as creepy as it promised it would be.




That was fun! Thanks again for tagging me 🙂

I know a lot of people have done this already, so skip if you don’t want to do it. 

I tag:

Cristina @ My Tiny Obsessions
Ashley @ Part Time Book Nerd
Bea @ When Curiosity Killed the Cat
Ayunda @ Tea and Paperbacks
Books With Chemistry
And YOU! Yes, you. Do it. 

14 thoughts on “The Emoji Book Tag

  1. Summer @ Xingsings says:

    I’ve been hearing some pretty fantastic things about Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, so I really want to buy that sometime soon. And oh no about the Ransom Riggs book! I’m still kind of conflicted whether I should read it or not because of the reviews. Some people aren’t impressed and others adore it! Anyway, wonderful answers, Anette! 🙂


    • Anette says:

      It’s such a cute and feel-good book, you should definitely read it! And about Ransom Riggs, you should try it and see if you like it because a lot of people do. If you don’t like scary or creepy books you might like it more than I did, because I really hoped it would be at least a little scary :/ The writing was pretty mediocre too.

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