I was in the mood for a book tag and found the Emoji Book Tag from Blame It On Chocolate. Here are the original creators of the Emoji Book Tag: Liz from lizlovesliterature, Jenny from Jellafy, Sanaa from InkBonesBooks, Dylan from dylanbooks, Max from WellDoneBooks, Vilde from vforvilde, Scott from Scott Place. You choose 5 emojis: ones you like, ones you use most often, ones you used most frequently.
Here we go.
Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller
Pirates, ships, and sirens, oh my! This book is set on the seas, with a kick-ass female protagonist.
🐺 Wolf Face
Prince of Wolves by Quinn Loftis
I have read this series too many times to count. The main fantasy creatures are wolves, but Fey, Warlocks, Witches, and more join the party eventually. What I love the most is the intense, unbreakable friendship between Jaque, Jen, and Sally. If you are looking for female friendship and support in a YA book, then look no further.
This book is set in the future where people live in space. Technology has obviously advanced, and readers follow the POV of a half-human, half-robot (a diabolic).
👽 Extraterrestrial Alien
Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout
The main character, Katy, meets her new neighbors when she moves to West Virginia: Daemon and Dee. They are both very good looking and out of this world – literally. They aren’t you classic aliens, but are made of light and have the powers to prove it.
🎶 Multiple Musical Notes
This book has a huge emphasis on music and identity. This book was influenced by The Labyrinth, David Bowie, “The Magic Flute”, and Phantom of the Opera.
Since I wasn’t technically tagged to do this, I’m not going to tag anyone. This is a free-for-all; if you want to do the Emoji Book Tag, then consider yourself tagged. Have fun!
What books would you have chosen for anchor, wolf face, rocket, extraterrestrial alien, and multiple musical notes emojis?