Top Ten Tuesday (57)

February 4, 2014 Top Ten Tuesday 19

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Well… I cry at almost every book. And that is not being exaggerated! If there is even something a little bit sad, OR a little bit emotionally happy then it’s over.. tears were will falling. I love crying at books, but the BEST books are the ones that make me CRY. Like ugly cry, have to take my glasses off, sobbing into my poor furbaby’s back type of cry!

Code Name Verify  Sarah's Key  Clockwork Princess  Hopeless  If You Find Me
1. Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein
*This is, and probably will always be, the book that made me cry the hardest. It messed me up for days honestly and I must have cried for at least 2 hours. And every time I spoke about it afterwards 😛
2. Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay
*The Cupboard. That’s all I have to say. Jeez, this one nearly did me in too.
3. Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare
*I’m surprised I didn’t have to buy another copy of this book because I think I cried every second page. Oh, my heart.
4. Hopeless by Colleen Hoover
*Wow, Hopeless is emotionally intense. It’s happy-cry, sad-cry… all the cries!
5. If You Find Me by Emily Murdoch
*If You Find Me is just so heartbreaking, but heartwarming that it made me cry over and over…and over!

   Point of Retreat  Review: Delirium by Lauren Oliver  Frostbite  Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows  If I Lie
6. Point of Retreat by Colleen Hoover
*Well… it has a certain DEAL BREAKER in it. Actually two. So of course I BAWLED. But it’s beautiful <3
7. Delirium by Lauren Oliver
*The ending had me in a fit, I actually threw the poor book through the air and across the room. Alex <3
8. Frostbite by Richelle Mead
*I cried every book after this as well, but Frostbite started it all. Mason <3
9. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling
*I won’t explain this because a certain friend of mine *cough* Cass *cough* hasn’t read it. But. YOU MUST ALL KNOW. Spare me. I still haven’t reread this after all these years. Or seen the movie.
10. If I Lie by Corrine Jackson
*I cried every ten lines. If you haven’t read this, you are missing out. It’s a beautiful story, but bring a tissue box!

NOW… share me some more cry books 😀 I’m open for suggestions!!! Link up!!

Lauren

19 Responses to “Top Ten Tuesday (57)”

  1. Hollie @ Music, Books and Tea

    I STILL need to read Code Name Verity…I picked it up a couple of months ago but got distracted by something else and really could do with re-starting the entire book all over again. The ending of Delirium was a killer, poor Alex! And HP7 just made me bawl my eyes out. I was ready to cry after the first couple of chapters!
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    • Lauren

      CNV is easy to put down at first. Honestly, I didn’t even like the book for the first 40% but my friend urged me to keep going and it’s so worth it. EEK and I totally agree about HP7… I was ready to stop from the beginning lol.

    • Lauren

      CNV still makes me teary eyed as well! A friend of mine knew I was reading it and he’s not a reading at all but he always likes to listen to me rave about books and blogging and stuff so he wanted me to explain the book. So I got to the bus part and I started crying just telling him hahaa. I’m going to look that one up!!! I love a good cry 🙂

    • Lauren

      I think you should! The best part about those books is that they are out now so you can binge read them, that’s what I did and you kind of need to. Honestly I don’t know how anyone read them during the actual releases, my soul would have died. Lauren Oliver is a master of heart destroyers thats why she did?!?! lol.

    • Lauren

      OH! Sarah’s Key is a master destroyer lol. I actually want to give it a reread. I love Tatiana del Rosnay’s writing. I have one of her other books so I should pick up the rest.

  2. Terri @ Starlight Book Reviews

    I didn’t actually CRY during Code Name Verity but oh man did my eyes almost bug out of my head at a couple of points! Plus … there’s that one scene that just didn’t see coming … you know at the bus? Bah. I hope you know what I mean. TOTALLY BLINDSIDED ME.

    Was Clockwork Princess sad? I read that whole trilogy in 2 days so they’re all blurred together in my head. I mean the end I guess was sad but I didn’t cry before the end. *hands you some tissues*
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    • Lauren

      OMG YES THE BUS! I actually had to stop there and I just sobbed and sobbed and sobbed. I was like WTF?! And my friend and I were reading together and I was like I seriously have no idea what just happened here.

      Bahahah OMG maybe CP wasn’t sad, lol. I know that .. you know the thing with Jem happens… and that nearly killed me. And the ending… gosh. The whole thing was sad for me bhaahah. I’m a baby.

    • Lauren

      Gosh, it destroyed me too! Did you know I almost didn’t even read pandemonium because of the ending!!! It scarred me a bit. I actually really loved the CP ending, but I know I’m kind of alone in that. I’m surprised I liked it because often I’m disapointed with trilogy endings!!!

  3. Hannah @ So Obsessed With

    Aw I love that you’re a crier! I’m the exact opposite. I verrry rarely cry while reading books, so I couldn’t participate this week because I could only think of three books that kinda made me tear up. Isn’t that sad?! I promise I’m not heartless…
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    • Lauren

      Baha… I’m totally a crier… more than that really like a SOBBER! I didn’t know you weren’t a crier until I was talking to Cass last Tuesday and I said JEEZ you and Hannah didn’t do TTT today and I was relying on your cry recs haha. And she said, Hannah cries less than me!!! I love that though because honestly I would really like to finish a single book with out tears in my eyes for once!!! It happens SOOO often! Which ones made you tear up?!? I’m so intrigued now! My sister is also not a crier but she is not heartless so I know what you mean 😀

  4. Farhana

    I tend to avoid sad books so I hardly cry when I read. I haven’t read Deathly Hallows yet. *hides*. But, I’ve seen the movie, I kind of have an idea of which scene everyone has been talking about. I so need to start re-reading Chamber of Secrets and beyond at a demon-speed level.
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    • Lauren

      I only avoid certain sad books, it’s weird haha. I cry a lot over happy things too though baha. I agree, reread CoS and beyond 🙂 I’ve never reread The Deathly Hallows though… I’m not sure if I ever will!!

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