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Saturday, 13 July 2013

Day 5 Book Blogger Challenge ~ Tear Jerkers


The 15 Day Book Blogger Challenge is created by April at Good Books and Good Wine. Daily for the duration of 15 days each blogger participating will post their reply to the corresponding topic above. April will post up her daily response along with a linky so that participating bloggers can leave their own link to their daily post. Click on the event banner or link above for more information or to sign-up.

Here's my Book Blogger Challenge Responses:


Day 5 Recommend a Tear Jerker


I'm not an overly emotional person, sometimes I can even be labeled as being "cold", I'm just a person that holds a lot in, so for me to cry over a book...well it just says alot. Here's the very few books that brought tears to my eyes. 


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14 comments:

Julie S said...

I'm like you, people can think I'm cold but really, I just don't show it all on all my sleeve like some others do.
I also wanted to add that I love your blog name :)

Nikki H said...

Between the Lives is actually on my TBR list already. Thanks for giving me a warning to be emotionally prepared!

Thanks for stopping by Take Me Away...

Yareaders America said...

I haven't heard of either of these, but I'll have to put them on my list!

-Nichole
www.yareads.com

Ashling F said...

I haven't read either of these, but I've heard that Cecelia Ahern writes a lot of tear jerkers. I'll have to add "P.S., I Love You" to my TBR list.

Ashling @ Reading, Writing, & Anything but Arithmetic

Andrea C. said...

I haven't gotten a chances to read Between the Lines yet as it's not released in the US, but I can't wait until it is! I love her Embrace series a whole heck of a lot :)

​​~Andrea @ ​​Beauty but a Funny Girl

B said...

I want to read Between the Lives so much! It's not out int he U.S. yet. I didn't expect it to be a tear jerker so I guess I have that to look forward to! Thanks for stopping by my blog!
Brittany @ Spare Time Book blog

kimbacaffeinate said...

I tear up or get misty sometimes..but a few have made me sob like a baby, usually ones where a child has died..oh yeah bring out the tissues~

Elena said...

I am adding Between the Lives to my TBR list. I would love to check out an Aussie author since I really love Melina Marchetta ( The Piper's Son also fits the tear jerker category, although I did not actually cry while reading it). I have seen the movie PS, I love you and was rather moved by it.
Thanks for stopping by my blog!
Elena @ Ellie Reads Fiction

Danny said...

Oh really?? Between the Lives??? I must read this book and I have it (like sooo many others on my damn wishlist since forver! Thanks for reminding me again to read this one!

Hira Mushtaq said...

I haven't read Between the Lines, but I liked P.S. I Love You. It didn't make me cry as much as a few other books, but it did make me shed tears and I liked it a lot!
Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting! :)
~ Hira @ Views & Reviews

Lexxie Lin said...

Oh, I loved P.S. I Love You! I read it a long time ago, and didn't think of mentioning it in my post, though.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews

Hira Mushtaq said...

I haven't read Between the Lives yet but I have read P.S. I Love You and though it did not make me cry as much as some others books, it did make me shed a lot of tears and I loved it! Good choice!

Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog!

KariBradley7 said...

I have heard of Between the Lines--I'll have to add it to that beastly TBR! :-)

Jennifer @ Feminist Fairy Tale Reviews said...

I haven't read either of these, but I'm intrigued by Between the Lives. Thanks for sharing!

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