Feature & Follow Friday (#3)

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Alison Can Read Feature & FollowIt’s Feature & Follow Friday! This is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. Every week, we post our answers to a weekly question, and get to meet & follow other book bloggers!

This week’s question is: Tell us about the most emotional scene you’ve ever read in a book – and how did you react?

Oh gosh… I’ve read tons of books that made me cry, but I don’t think I’ve ever been so actually unable to read because of the tears in my eyes, as I was during the last few chapters of The Fault in Our Stars. I was thankfully (or not…) totally unspoiled as to the ending of that book, and I just didn’t know what to expect. So when it became obvious what would happen, I started getting all teary, and once I started crying for real there was no stopping it. I think the ending lasted about 4x as long as it normally would’ve, just because I couldn’t actually see the pages through my tears. ……Must stop thinking about it, I’m seriously getting teary again. Thanks a lot, F&F! What a downer! Gosh… ;)

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14 thoughts on “Feature & Follow Friday (#3)

    • Oh man, it’s so worth it though. Just… definitely read it. When you’re alone. With a box of tissues handy. But you’ll not regret it. ;)

  1. I have The Fault in Our Stars, but I haven’t read it, I know im going to cry. So many people have sad some awesome things about it, but they all seem to agree that its super emotional.. and Im a huge cry baby. can’t wait to read it. new twitter follower

    Katie @ Inkk

  2. Gah, I’ve been afraid of starting The Fault In Our Stars, because I’ve heard it was so gut wrenchingly sad! I’ll have to buy my own personal tissue box if I ever decide to read it.

    Thanks for stopping by! Following via Twitter.
    Daphne @ Reading Until Dawn

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