Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Top Ten Tuesday: Books that'll make you cry

Top Ten Tuesday: 9   Books to Read if You Are In The Mood For  Crying

I began browsing through my books, and realized, none of them were really funny. A few made me laugh here and there, but that wasn't the over all feeling I got from the book.
However, I've read tons of books that made me CRY. I'm glad to know I'm not alone in enjoying books I know will solidly bring me to tears. A few others surprised me, either way. These are the books that stay in my heart the longest.


    The Edge of Never

I will never forget, I sat in my fathers living room in the middle of the day crying over the last few chapters of this book. I tried really hard to hide it, but after a few tissues, I had to seek an isolated corner. 

Making Faces

This was such a tear jerker, it kind of just held me in a seriously emotional place of sadness and happiness. 

We Were Liars

As the secrets of this book slowly began to reveal themselves my heart broke more and more. I was shocked with sadness as was the character when it was all said and done. 

Sea of Tranquility
I really enjoyed this book. It wasn't all sad or emotional. But I really loved these characters. So when it all started to fall apart, I wanted to cry with them. 

Hopeless                                                                                                              It's like she had to be broken down to her very lowest to gain her strength. Colleen Hoover is a master at emotional scenes. I held my breath for quite a few chapters.

Pushing The Limits
Echo and Noah both had experienced so much pain that they were still dealing with. I loved them both and when they hurt I hurt too.

Stealing Harper
OH MY GOD!!! this was Chance's story of Taking Chances. So when I picked it up I knew everything that would happen. And I still tortured myself with this story that was bound to break my heart.

Reason To Breathe
This book sat on my ebook shelf for a while before I actually read over 3 years ago. And when I started I couldn't put it down. This one seriously had me up all night. And I boo hooed at the end. I gathered my strength and immediately devoured the second book which was only slightly less tear worthy.

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