Friday, March 29, 2013

Feature & Follow Friday #17

Feature & Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted by 
Alison Can Read and Parajunkee where they choose a featured blogger every week along with a question for everybody to answer! It's an awesome way to meet new book bloggers and share the follower love :)
Q: Tell us about the most emotional scene you've ever read in a book - and how did you react?
Answering this shouldn't be hard because it's not the usual for me to cry while reading a book but right now I could only remember crying while reading The Fault in Our Stars by John Green but I have never written a review about it which I don't know why. Another book was Broken by AE Rought. It was brilliant and frikkin' cute and it made me cry.

Also, Katie McGarry's books is another story, from reading her two books Pushing the Limits and Dare You To, I was being put through a fully charged emotional roller coaster and it was as if I was in the books, heart, mind and everything. The two books just enveloped me - sort of.
And last but not least is Hopeless by Collen Hoover which I finished reading a couple of days ago and I will review it soon but it was incredibly heart-breaking, I literally kept thinking about the book for the following two days straight.
That was my answer! What about you? Leave me a comment telling me or a link to your own post which I'll be sure to check out :D Also, I follow back ;)

Happy Friday!
xoxo, Mariam


Jessica@a GREAT read said...

I don't always see this as crying when reading, emotional can mean a lot of things. I get excited with reads, I get really mad or feel betrayed when a character does something rotten. And yeah, there are the occasional moments when I might almost cry, or at least be sad! :)

Here's my Follow Friday

Have a GREAT weekend!

Old Follower :)

Megan said...

I couldn't read The Fault in Our Stars because my best friend spoiled the end for me & I didn't want to cry when I got there (because I so would have). Katy McGarry's books are heart-wrenching, so I totally feel you there. New GFC Follower :)

Here's my FF post!

Alison Can Read said...

Hopping through. I didn't cry over TFIOS but it was a very powerful book at many different places.
My Hop

Rachel (Booktastic Reviews) :D said...

I'm actually reading TFioS right now - though I'm only on, like, chapter four so it's not been extremely emotional or anything just yet... I'm almost scared to go on because everyone says it's so sad. :(

Thanks for sharing these emotional books!

I'm already following! :)

Marissa @ For The Love Of Film And Novels said...

nice choices! have not read them yet but hope to soon!

old follower!

Kim (YA Asylum) said...

John Green books always get me too. Though, I haven't read the others -- but now I'll have to put them on my TBR list.

New GFC follower

Mel@Thedailyprophecy said...

I see The fault in our stars a lot this week. I definitely need to read it soon.


K. C. Blake said...

New follower. Happy Easter! Hope it's a good one for you.

Cerian Halford said...

I haven't read any of these, but A few people have mentioned TFIOS, so I'll definitely be picking up a copy soon!
I'm a new GFC follower :)

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