The aim of the game is to use some of your most used or favourite emojis and match them up with a book. Simple!
Stella by Helen Eve
This book was absolute poop. Sorry. None of it made sense, I hated the characters, it was messy... I really didn't like any of it, and now, nearly a whole year after reading it, I still have no idea what that ending was all about. If you like reading rants you can read my review of Stella here because I'm pretty sure it qualifies. Also, how on earth does this book have a sequel?
Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare
YES. If you need a sign of how much I loved this book, I just went on Goodreads to grab the cover image for this blog post and when I scanned over the synopsis I clapped excitedly. I clapped. And that was just because of the synopsis, never mind the rest of the book.
A Boy Called Hope by Lara Williamson
This book is middle-grade and so sweet. It was the first book I read and reviewed this year and I'm so glad it made my bloggy year start nicely. It really exceeded my expectations and you can see my review here!
Magisterium: The Iron Trial by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare
This was possibly the hugest disappointment of the year for me and you can see my
Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne
This book has featured on my blog quite a few times now, and with good reason, too. It might not look like it but IT'S SUCH A FUN BOOK. I highly recommend it and as soon as I saw this emoji I knew the perfect match was Monument 14.
I'm tagging Jack at The Book Stop because he uses emojis so often he practically is one, and Charli and Tori at To Another World because I wanted to add to their infinite tag pile. Sorry not sorry. ;) Thanks again Ebony for tagging me!