Saturday, 14 May 2011

Follow Friday (#10)

Follow Friday is a fun way for bloggers to find new blogger friends!  It's hosted by Rachel at Parajunkee's View, and it's such an awesome idea! 

The question the week is:
"What Is The Most Emotional Scene In A Book That You Have Read Lately?"
Hmm... tricky.  I got insanely emotional during Catching Fire, but that was mainly because it was the end of a series I was completely in love with, though there were some overwhelmingly emotional scenes as well.  The same end-of-series emotional was Last Sacrifice, but that too had powerful scenes.  Delirium was really moving, as well as absolutely beautiful, and I cried during that as well.
The most emotional thing I've read in, well, probably forever, is Before I Die by Jenny Downham.  I cried bucketloads, and I can still tell you quotes of the top of my head, even though I read it months ago. 
Well, that's my answer.  Sorry this is late: blogspot was down yesterday, and I only just got round to checking my laptop.
If you've found me through FF, leave me a link so I can hop back!  If not, what's the most emotional scene you've read recently?
Have a great rest-of weekend all!


Jules said...

I still have to read Before I die - but I am definitely looking forward to it.

Cliona said...

I haven't actually read any emotional books lately, so I can't answer this question! Although I'm reading The Sky Is Everywhere now, and that's pretty emotional. Books don't really make me cry much. The only book that ever made me feel like crying was Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman. It's more movies that make me cry. My Sister's Keeper... *sobs loudly*

Sara said...

I was so sad when Last Sacrifice ended.


TheBookAddictedGirl said...

Jules: It's so amazing: I cried Bucketloads!
Cliona: Oh, My Sister's Keeper: the movie had me go through a whole box of tissues!
Sara: Me too, end of series depression. :( ;)

Thanks for the comments!