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Top Ten Books That Made Me Emote In A Variety Of Ways

As always, Top Ten Tuesday is hosted at my other blog — The Broke and the Bookish.
 Made Me Ugly Cry

1. If I Stay by Gayle Forman — THIS BOOK SLAYED ME. Let’s talk about the part where he brings the music for her and he pleads with her…SOBFEST.

2. Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close — I was just so emotional after reading this and just BAWLED during certain parts of it. I seriously teared up so much just seeing the trailer for this movie that is upcoming!

3. Night by Elie Wiesel — This book really hit me the hardest. While I might not have bawled while reading this like I do during some fictional books, I just had this overwhelming feeling of sadness and I don’t think crying could have sufficiently released the immense feeling of heartbreak that came with this book. It hit me hard as real life stories always do. 

4. The Book Thief by Markus Zusack — OMG. Seriously. This book was so heart wrenching and made me cry until 4am. I had bloodshot eyes and went through so many tissues but this book is one that is so genuine and such a beautiful and sad story. It made me feel so human…if that makes sense.

Made Me Giggly 


I guess technically giggling is a reaction to an emotion but just roll with it.
5. Sloppy Firsts by Megan McCafferty – I seriously giggled all the way through this book. It was one of those books that just made me in such a good mood while reading it.  JESSICA DARLING FOREVER!
RAGE
6. Lolita by Vladmir Nabokov: This book was one that elicited so much emotion in me..although boredom in some parts for sure. This book made me want to vomit, punch people and just THROW THINGS.
7. Twilight saga by Stephanie Meyers — While I will be the first to admit that these books were addicting as hell and I flew threw them, I seriously wanted to throw them soooo many times. I had so much rage towards Bella and a lot of other things about this book. Especially Meyer’s overusage of the word VELVET and all of its other forms. She should be banned from using that word.
8. Virtuosity by Jessica Martinez — I loved this book like WOAH as you’ll learn when I post my review but I seriously wanted to KILL THE MOM in this book. I wanted to seriously just lay her out. I just..AHHHH.
AHHH?!
 (emotions I can’t articulate – a mixture of shock, confusion and utter surprise ) 
9. The Unbecoming Of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin — If you’ve read my review of Mara Dyer you’ll know that it could have also been called “In Which I say WTF Alot”. My emotions were so scattered with this book — both good and bad!
10. Delirium by Lauren Oliver — My WTF feelings come towards the ending!! I couldn’t contain myself. I was REELING and crying and shocked and WHAHHHAH.
What books made you emote? Tell me, tell me, tell me! Also, for some reason, the word emote makes me giggle.

Discussions

 

Advance Reader Copies (ARCS):

ARC Tours

ARCS + When You Should Post Your Reviews

Reading And Reviewing ARCS: The Downside

Organizing My Bookshelf
Talking To Strangers About Books
How Unemployment Has Changed Me As A Reader
The Ebb and Flow of My Bookshelf
End of the Year Reading Blues
Reading During The Holidays
One Of The Hardest Questions A Bookworm Has To Answer: What Do You Like To Read?
The Rise of Co-Bloggers
What Makes You Re-Read A Book?
Feeling A Lack Of Balance & Other Thoughts
When You Become More Well Read In A Certain Genre..
In Memory Of Lost Books
I Read Like I’m At A Buffet
How I Pick What Books I’m Going To Read Now vs. Prior To Blogging
When I Don’t Love A Book Everyone Else Does…
Blogging When You Don’t Feel Like Yourself
Series Burnout
Reading On Vacation
First Impressions About A Book
My Reading History
People Who Talk To You While Your Reading
How Blogging Made Me Read A Variety of Genres
Crimes Against Books
How Blogging Opened My Eyes Up To The INDUSTRY
2 Things That I Don’t Care About The Other Bookworms Seem To
How Blogging Has Given Me People To Actually Talk To About Books
How Blogging Has Made Me More Articulate About Why/Why Not I Like Books
Sometimes I Feel Self Conscious: Blogging Confessions
How Blogging Has Made Me Not Pick Up Chunky Books
Recommending Books
How much I used to read before blogging vs. now
How My Thoughts About Authors Have Changed
My Re-Reading Habits
How Blogging Has Made My Shelves Explode
Feeling Overwhelmed About All The Books I’ll Never Read
Anticipating Books: My Habits Then vs Now
Reading Is SUCH A Personal Thing
The Time Between Two Books
How To Rekindle The Blogging Flame When The Honeymoon is Over
On Being Afraid Of Not Liking A Book From A Favorite Author
Why I Love Used Books
Sometimes I’m Afraid Of Moving On To The Next Book in A Series
Cultivating A Love For Reading
Book Acknowledgements
Juggling Books
What Makes A Heroine Kick-Ass?
How Books Make Me Super Productive & Fit
Book Trailers
Extra Novellas
Letting People In My “Real Life” Know About My Blog
Series Suck…Or Is It Just Me?!

 

 

 

Authors/The Industry:

Author Interaction On Your Reviews

Celebrities Writing Books

Naughty, Naughty Authors  

Self Published Books

The Power Couples of Literature

 

 

Blogging Related/Blogging Help:

Author Interviews On Blogs: Yay or Nay?

Blogging Etiquette: Is There Such A Thing?

Comments: A Book Blogger’s Daily Boost Of Affirmation

Do You Vlog?

Examining Giveaway Hops 

Extra Entries On Giveaways

Finding Time To Create Consistent, Quality Content

Finding Time To Read & Comment On Other Blogs 

Memes On Blogs

My Blogging Manifesto

Rating Systems On Book Blogs

Requiring A Follow For A Giveaway

Reviewing Slump 

The Plight Of The Eclectic Blogger

When The Blogging Honeymoon Is Over..

Who Are Book Bloggers Catering To?
Reading:

Audiobooks

Comfort Books

Does Reading Give Us Ladies Unrealistic Expectations About Men?

Elements of A Good Summer Romance In Books

E-readers

Finding Time To Read

It’s Not Me…Its You! Or Is It… (a discussion about reading related to moods, external forces, etc)

How Blogging Has Changed My Reading Habits
Hype & How It Affects Your Reading 

Re-reading 
Random:

A Motherless Daughter On Mother’s Day + Books Dealing With The Mother/Daughter Relationship Bookish People And Big Purses

Bookshelf Organization

Bookworms on the Big Screen

Book Spoilers: Or The Bane Of My Existence

If Book Blogger Grew Up Together

September 11th In Literature

Your Favorite Characters & Books Inked

 

 

Top Ten Book Lists:

Top Ten Young Adult (YA) Books For 2012

Top Ten Books In 2011

Top Ten Books I Want For Christmas 

Top Ten Authors I’d Invite To My Thanksgiving Feast

Top Ten Books That Have Been Collecting Dust On My Shelf

Top Ten  Books That Took Me Outside My Comfort Zone

Top Ten Books That Made Me Emotional

Top Ten Books I Read Because Of The Cover

Top Ten Books With Killer Endings

Top Ten Books I Want To Reread (mostly Favorites)

Top Ten Books Everyone Has Read Except Me

Top Ten Books I Read Because of Book Bloggers

Top Ten Sequels I’m Dying To Read

Top Ten Books On My Fall 2011 TBR List

Top Ten Contemporary Young Adult (YA) Books

Top Ten Trends In Literature (That I Need More/Less Of)

Top Ten Books That Should Be Required Reading In School

Top Ten Best Characters From Books

Top Ten Authors That Deserve More Recognition

Top Ten Bookish Pet Peeves

Top Ten Dynamic Duos In Literature

Top Ten Best Book To Movie Adaptations

Top Ten Books I Wish I Read As A Kid

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