Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books That Made You Cry!

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Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books That Made You Cry!

In no particular order:
-The Light of Asteria
-Taken by Storm
- Handle with Care
-most Lurlene McDaniel
-A thousand tomorrows by Kingsbury
-My sister's keeper
-Redeeming Love

What about you?


  1. I've heard that Picoult's books really are quite the tearjerkers! I still need to give her a try!

  2. Lurlene McDaniel is SUCH AN AMAZING AUTHOR! I LOVE HER!

  3. I love My Sister's Keeper. I agree its quite a tear-jerker

  4. My nieces and my sister adore Redeeming Love. I keep meaning to read it. I will, one day.

    Here's my list:

  5. I've been meaning to read My Sister's Keeper... if it made you cry it must be good! You can check out my Top Ten Tuesday here. Have a great daty!

  6. I loved Lurlene McDaniel. Definitely tearjerkers.

  7. I haven't tried any of these...and honestly with most of the books that will wind up on these lists, I probably won't. I'm not big on tearful drama in my pleasure reading....

    Here's my Top Ten: http://myreadersblock.blogspot.com/2010/11/top-ten-tearful-tuesday.html

  8. Anything by Jodi Picoult is sad, and will have you crying for sure. A few of her books made my list.

    You can check out my top 10 here

  9. I haven't read Lurlene McDaniel in a long time, but I think when I was younger some of hers made me cry.

  10. Interesting choices. Jodi Picoult is one author that really knows how to turn on the waterworks :) Here's my top 10.

  11. While I know I've read a few books which made me cry, the one that always comes to mind when I'm trying to think of one of them is Pollyanna. Remembering her finding a reason for joy when she might not walk again always leaves me in tears.


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