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Top Ten Books (or Film Adaptations) That Will Make You Cry
I am not one to cry over books. It just doesn't happen. I am a visual person, so if I see it then I will cry a river. So this will probably reflect books that have been turned into movies that have brought tears on when I saw it. But there is one book that to this date has been the only book to make me cry. curse you molly McAdams, lol!
- Taking Chances by Molly McAdams: The first book ever in history to make me produce actual tears and even ugly cry. Even now my heart hurts when I think of the book.
- New Moon by Stephenie Meyer: The book hurt when Edward left but seeing it was what finally did me in with tears.
- Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer: The movies once again brought out the full on sobbing and still does every time I watch both parts of Breaking Dawn.
- The Book Thief by Markus Zusak: OMG when I saw Liesel kiss her dead best friend, forget it no stopping the tears.
- The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks: In all honestly pretty much any Nicholas Sparks book that has been adapted has made me cry. This one especially, such a beautiful story.
- Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen: Who didn't cry over Rosie the Elephant.
- Old Yeller by Fred Gipson: This book and then movie broke my young heart.
- Bloodrose by Andrea Cremer: This book came so so so close to producing actual tears, it did cause loading screaming and book chucking though and deep phone conversations about it.
- The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg: Happy tears when I saw the movie. One of my favorite movies to watch during the Holidays.
- Forrest Gump by Winston Groom: Who didn't cry!!! Run Forest Run!
- A Child Called It by Dave Pelzer - I was 13 years old when I first read this. But I've never cried as I cried with this book. This book is the most heartbreaking and most inspiring book out there.
- New Moon by Stephenie Meyer: Oh, Bella. How I ugly cried when Edward left.
- Making Faces by Amy Harmon: This made to my top favorite books of all time easily.
- Vain by Fisher Amelie: Seriously, the Africa scene -the kids getting burned.
- If I Stay by Gail Forman: Losing every member of your family. Yeah, I cried.
- Hopeless by Colleen Hoover - The sad and happy tears.
- The Fault in Our Stars by John Green - The car scene just broke me
- A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks - If you watched the movie, let me tell you something it didn't do any justice. The meaning of the walk - "sobs*
- Wait for Me by Elizabeth Naughton: Such a power love story
- When We Collide by A.L. Jackson: A tale of loss and love.