14 Fantastic Ways to Descibe Books Using Only Emojis

Why use words when Emojis fill up our every need of expressing ourselves? Even plots of books can be shortened into colourfol, funny symbols if you put your mind to it.

Maris Kreizman suggested that it’s time to replace all the cliched adjectives used to describe books, turning everyone’s attention to Emoji use. Random House decided to hop on the train and began #emojireads, resulting in some excellent and minimalist descriptions.

The Hunger Games / Suzanne Collins

Narnia / C.S. Lewis

 

Old Yeller / Fred Gipson

Les Miserables / Victor Hugo

 

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea / Jules Verne

Life of Pi / Yann Martel

 

Lord of the Flies / William Golding

The Curios Case of Benjamin Button / F. Scott Fitzgerald

 

Fight Club / Chuck Palahniuk

 

The Devil Wears Prada / Lauren Weisberger

 

The Metamorphosis / Franz Kafka

 

Infinite Jest / David Foster Wallace

 

Don’t let the Pigeon Drive the Bus / Mo Willems

 

The Bell Jar / Sylvia Plath

 

 

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