Emoji’s Galore #2 | TAG


Hey guys!

I was tagged Aria from Aria Stuck in Wonderland, Enthralling Dimple, and Trisha Ann from The Bookgasm Blog to do this tag, so thank you ladies! Since I already this tag a couple months ago, I decided to do it again with a new set of emoji’s that have made it to the top of my most used list!

So the point of this tag is to choose your 5 most used emoji’s and match them up to a book that evicted that particular emotion. As I am an avid emoji user this should be a interesting and fun tag to do! So let’s get into it!

Emoji Big Grin


Queen of Shadows

Queen of Shadows by Sarah J. Maas put a big grin on my face after reading it! I thought it was the best book in the series so far. It progressed well, had a lot of great moments and important scenes. It was out with the old and in with the new. I love every minute of it!

Emoji Heart


Six of Crows

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo is my new current favorite. You do not understand the love I have for this book. It exceeds it’s predecessor series the Grisha Trilogy by a long shot. It breathes new life into a world we are already familiar with. It explores new lands, new characters and new ideas! My heart grew big for this book!

Emoji Crying


All the Bright Places

All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven was a roller coaster of emotions from beginning to end. And that ending had me in tears. I’m not one to really cry from a book, but this one got to me big time. I can’t say anymore to avoid spoilers… so yeah, I’ll leave it at that. Have a box of tissues ready!

Emoji Cant Look


Rat Queens Vol.2

Rat Queens Vol. 2 had me covering my eyes as I read it. The amount of nudity and sexual scenes surpassed the first volume by a long shot. Although I am no angel when it comes to those things, I’m still not used to reading them or seeing them in the books I read. I can only imagine what the third volume is going to be like!

Emoji Not Impressed


The Memory Key

The Memory Key by Liana Liu was horrible! It was quite boring and the characters were vapid. The only highlight was the unique concept. Too bad it wasn’t executed nicely. This book had me seriously side eyeing it on my shelf that I had no choice but to sell it to my local used book store. Hopefully someone else will enjoy it more than I did.

Well there you have it! My five most used emojis and the books that match with that emotion. I hope you enjoyed this tag and let me know down in the comments if you felt the same way as me. If not, tell me why!

Until next time,



No one this time! But if you want to do it, by all means do it. It’s quite fun!


5 thoughts on “Emoji’s Galore #2 | TAG

  1. Emoji tag round 2, why not? 😀

    I’m reading All the Bright Places now and my gosh, Finch is so adorable and witty and hilarious and gah I like him! My heart is ready for whatever “surprise” lies in the end. Whether it be heart-wrenching or a fairy tale, my tissues are just within reach LOL.

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