Friday, March 29, 2013

Feature & Follow Friday: Emotional Books

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Happy Friday, and Happy Easter. It's also my birthday tomorrow, and I'm on spring break, so it's a great weekend for me!  Parajunkee and Alison want to know.....


Q: Tell us about the most emotional scene you've ever read in a book - and how did you react?


I don't know about just one scene, there have been quite a few of those, but I can tell you the BOOK that tore me apart. The Notebook, by Nicholas Sparks. I've talked about this before in a Monday Memories post. I think I started crying at about page five, and didn't really stop until I closed the book. It made the book not that enjoyable. After that I read  Message in a Bottle and found that to be very sad too, so I quit reading Nicholas Sparks. I know, I've been told all his books aren't like that, but I just can't take it! I have never seen the movie The Notebook either. I'm just afraid to watch it!

So how about you? Are you an emotional reader? What type of book gets you going? Thanks for visiting. Be sure to leave your link in the comments and come back soon.




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11 comments:

  1. Great answer BUT you must watch Notebook, it is so good, emotional but good, a favourite for sure, love love love it.

    Happy Birthday, enjoy it tomorrow.

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  2. His books can be tear jerkers.

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2013/03/feature-follow_29.html

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  3. Hopping through. it's funny - all Sparks's books seem to sort of the same yet every one I've read has made me cry. Still haven't read or watched The Notebook though.
    My Hop

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  4. Happy Birthday(: *here's some cake*
    Spark's and Harry Potter's books seem to be popular(:

    My FF: http://www.nobentspines.blogspot.com/

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  5. Yeah, The Notebook is a pretty tough one.

    http://carabosseslibrary.blogspot.com/2013/03/follow-friday_29.html

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  6. I haven't read a Nicholas Sparks book in a long time, but they've always made me cry. Always. I never read The Notebook, but no matter how many times I see the movie I always cry.

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  7. I still haven't read anything by Nicholas Sparks, but I LOVED this movie. And this is the ONLY NS movie that I enjoyed.

    New GFC and Twitter follower
    Stephanie (Go Flash Go) @ Read, Rinse, Repeat

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  8. Happy early birthday Annette! I've cried during a few books, but I think the worst instance was during Time Traveler's Wife during a certain moment which I won't say to avoid spoilers. But it had me sobbing!

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  9. I'm not much of a Nicholas Sparks fan, but I do want to read the Notebook. I love that movie so much, I can't imagine that the book wouldn't be good too!

    Old Follower.

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  10. New follower. The Notebook was awesome.
    http://kasi-kcblake.blogspot.com

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