Has a certain book caused anyone here to cry? If yes, which one?Has a certain book caused anyone here to cry? If yes, which one? Maria #review
A Thousand Splendid Suns :'(
the road by cormac mccarthy
All the bright places
Most of the Harry Potter series
I was on a train reading half blood prince crying my eyes out when dumbledore dies!!!!
Hardest cry: The Age of Innocence
A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness
So many harry potter and the half blood prince , harry potter and goblet of fire ,harry potter and the deathly hallows ,if I stay , the undead world series ,fifty shades of grey ( the second one) beneath a scarlet sky and so many more
A Man Called Ove is the only book, that I can remember, that has made me ugly cry. ?
Marley and Me
Lincoln in the Bardo
Bright Side, Firefly Lane, Give Me Yesterday…..and the list goes on. Lol
Loved Firefly Lane ?
How to be happy by Eva Woods
Assassins Blade, Empire of storms, heartless just to name a few
The book thief ?
The ‘slammed’ trilogy by Colleen Hoover, I went through a rollercoaster of emotions with those books read all three in a day and a half, highly recommended ? and she needs to get writing more books lol
Me before you
Fault in our stars
The book thief
The hope chest, the charm bracelet
Almost every other book.
Still Alice, Catcher in the Rye, The great Gatsby, The book thief.
Glass castle Jeannette Walls
Me before you, The Leavers
Where the Red Fern Grows
The Hours, Michael @Brenda
A Monster Calls
By Michael Cunningham….
Yes. Coffee table book on Secretariat’s life. My awe and admiration for the great horse brings tears.
Fool’s Errand by Robin Hobb.
Definitely A monster Calls!
Marley and Me.
A Monster Calls, The Green Mile and i am sure there are lots more.
The Last Days Of Summer by Steve Kluger. One of my absolute favorite books
Bridge to Terabithia
The Lovely Bones
a child called it
Many, but two titles which come to mind right now are ‘A thousand splendid sons’ by Khaled Hosseini and ‘Jacob Have I Loved’
Also Anne’s sweetest most angelic son dying in a world war in the last Anne of green gables book hurt like hell.
See you at Harry’s
The Fault in our Stars
Eragon. When Oromis and Glaedr died. I didn’t just cry. I mourned and grieved.
I do even today when I re-read that chapter. ??
Yes, all the time. The first one I can think of is The Boy In The Stripped Pajamas.
Looking for Alaska by John Green. Me Before You by JoJo Moyes. And many others. I get attached to characters very easily…
The ribbon duet by pepper winters. Bawled my eyes out
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown.
Fault in our stars ⭐️
And the Band Played On by Randy Shilts
Is that a titanic based book?
No it’s about AIDS.
It’s a journalists retelling of the AIDS epidemic from multiple viewpoints (Famous Activists, CDC Researchers, Foreign Doctors). I start crying around page 12 and never stop but it’s such an important book.
A walk to remember and the last song
Marley and Me. Me Before You. The Time Traveler’s Wife. Certain Harry Potter books. Probably each of the Outlander books. The Boy in the Striped Pajama’s. The Book Thief. plenty more Im sure.
Me Before You
Guess How Much I Love You
The Light Between Oceans
The Fault in Our Stars
You before me
PS I Love You – It took me forever to get over that one
I’m not crying; you’re crying!!
Where the Red Fern Grows
The Fault In Our Stars
The Notebook & The Wedding, The Fault in Our Stars, Old Yeller, The Lovely Bones, Room, Lonesome Dove…I’m sure there are many more!
“The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.” I’ve read it multiple times but last time I just burst into tears.
Adore that book.
I ugly cried at the very end of “A Fine Balance”
by Rohinton Minstry.
Omg me too, I suddenly burst into tears because it caught me by surprise.
Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski ripped out my soul and showed it to me, but I loved the book. I tried to reread it not too long ago and it was too soon. I love it but had to leave it alone.
That’s on my TBR
The Notebook; The Pact; Onion Girl; My Sister’s Keeper; Nights in Rodanthe
so so many
Plenty, but my go-to, I know I need a good cry and this book always makes me is Alex: The Life of a Child. It’s Frank Deford’s account of his daughter’s struggle with cystic fibrosis. It may be hard to find, but I cherish my copy.
When Breath Becomes Air
@Jennifer Would have loved to have known him as a doctor…my son had a malignant brain tumour so I found his knowledge of practice in the field very interesting….
the awakening by kate chopin! aaaaaahhhh
The Book Thief and The Fault in our Stars.
A short science fiction story titled ‘The Cold Equations’ by Tom Godwin.
Thousand Splendid Suns
Marley & Me
All of those recommended. My sisters keeper and ps i love you
So many; The nightingale by Kristin Hannah, The lost wife by Alyson Richman, Not without my daughter by Betty Mahmoody, Me before you by Jojo Moyes, Sarah’s key by Tatiana de Rosnay, I have life by Marianne Thamm, The light between oceans by M.L Stedman, Water from my heart by Charles Martin, Where the red fern grows by Wilson Rawls, The art of hearing heartbeats by Jan Philipp Sendker, The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom. The path of the child by Sojourner McConnell……
All The Bright Places, Jennifer Niven
Ugh same ???
Nicholas Spark, Best of Me. Anything by Nicholas Sparks actually will make u cry!
The Last Song made me teary eyed
Hearts Invisible Furies….an absolutely AMAZING book ❤️❤️❤️ I also ugly cried at a Million Little Pieces
The Horse Whisperer
“Éramos seis” Brazilian book
Clockwork Prince almost
Many books, but oh goodness Sophie’s Choice by William Stryon, made me cry so hard and so long.
Oh God, yes! I’d forgotten how much that one made me ugly cry!
I need that book
Bawled my eyes out
This book made me cry twice, too.
Magic hour by Kristin Hannah
Oceans apart by Karen kingsbury
Time travelers wife
OMG on the stairs, at the end, with the boots. :'(
I cried at the end yes. Was so moving. He’s coming and I’m waiting. I’m going to bawl all over again.
Me Before You ?
Where the Red Fern Grows.
When Breath Becomes Air, by Paul Kalanithi ? It’s such a profound, yet heartbreaking read. 10/10 recommend!
Omg yes what an amazing doctor, such a loss to the medical world.
First one i renember is of course
Where the red fern grows
second is The Talisman (when wolf dies) Hated King for that… was 15 & cried so much.
The Bridges of Madison County
this one just pissed me off… cheating on ur husband.
I read it when I was 15, so I didn’t understand the cheating part so well
@Yael Fair ?
Lust for Life
I cry during books regularly, but one of the ones that made me full-on, ugly cry was The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness. But I cry in pretty much any book where a character I’ve connected with dies!
-The God of small things
-The art of hearing heartbeats
-The pearl that broke it’s shell
Jean sasson- yasmeenas choice
-For the love of a son
-my heart and other black holes
-maps for lost lovers
-pieces of me Ella Harper
The angel’s game (and the entire “cemetery of forgotten books” series)
Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers.
My Grandmother Sends Her Regards and Apologises
Flowers for Algernon
The World of Yesterday
The Kite Runner
A Thousand Splendid Suns
The Book Thief
I listened to A Thousand Splendid Suns on CD in my car, the end of the book made me pull into a parking lot and uncontrollably cry my heart out.
Marley and me
The fault in our stars by J. Green
most of the ones ive read are really good and really sad at times
Night Road by Kristin Hannah
Before I Let You Go by Kelly Rimmer.
I totally agree about Night Road. Haven’t read the other one
The fault in our stars
Hunger games, when prim is killed.. Ugg?
The Lovely Bones. Since then I can’t read books that are too sad
If i stay
The Alice Network
One Thousand White Women
They Both Die at the End
Song of Achilles
At the end I found tears running down my cheeks … Never happened to me before or since … The boy reminded me of my son and our relationship when he was that age …
It is a beautiful, if depressing, tale. Cormac rocks!
The Thorn Birds
Never Love A Stranger