Friday, 29 March 2013

Feature & Follow Friday #9



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This Friday's question :

Tell us about the most emotional scene you've ever read in a book - and how did you react?


Oh boy..


I think I was at my worst when I read A Walk to Remember. The scene where Landon asks Jamie to marry him. Oh gosh was I bawling out tears of joy/despair. Those who have read or watched the movie will know why I would have cried at such a instance when it is supposed to be a happy one right? And when she's going down the aisle so frail and weak? Oh yeah. It isn't as effective in the movie as it is in the book.


    


Then when Dobby from Harry Potter dies. I LOVED HIM ROWLING !!! *sinks down in agony*.

Also The Fault in our Stars and Hex Hall #3 when Cal dies (I loved Cal!) *sob* Yeah I was a mess. I don't remember if I bawled for Vampire Academy but I do remember being terribly sad.

Like I mentioned in last week's FF post. Most of my favorite character's end up dying.


Leave a link to your Follow Friday post or let me know your answers in the comments below!

Happy Friday!

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15 comments:

  1. I've seen a walk to remember on other blogs and I agree! I haven't read it but I saw the movie and now I can imagine how it would be if I read the book.

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  2. Yes to both Harry Potter and The Fault in our Stars. I cried while reading both of those books, but they somehow still remain my all-time favorites. It's crazy how a book can break my heart but I still love it. It's so cruel!

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  3. Nicholas Sparks is always a good choice. And I remember the Dobby scene from the movie, heck I even cried in the cinema.

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    Johanna @ Challenging Reads

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  4. Yippee, another A Walk to Remember answer! :D

    I totally agree with you about Dobby dying. That had me crying!

    And I loved Cal too. I preferred him, actually! He's the "WHY!!!" kind of character death that just doesn't feel right.

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  5. Hopping through. Dobby's death didn't really get to me although it made me sad. It's Harry's walk in the forest and meeting with Dumbledore that made me sob at DH.
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  6. A Walk To Remember kills me every time.
    Kristin @Book Sniffers Anonymous

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  7. You are smacking us with the sadness today! I've only seen the movie version of A Walk To Remember. I can definitely imagine that the book was more effective.

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    Stephanie (Go Flash Go) @ Read, Rinse, Repeat

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  8. Ooh! I've watched the movie! I didn't know there was a book. Dammit. I'll have to read the book, but the movie made me cry too :(
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  9. I've seen the movie, and I've read Safe Haven from Nicholas Sparks, and that made me cry too :D
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    Maria @ Maria's Bookshelf

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  10. I didn't read the book but I did see the movie A Walk to Remember and I know the part you are talking about. I imagine that it would be more emotional in the book too. VA and Dobby for sure! Thank you so much for stopping by my FF. Old follower :D Jaclyn @ JC's Book Haven.

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  11. I didn't read the book or see the movie but sounds like a good read.
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  12. I haven't read A Walk To Remember, but those who I know who've read it, have told me they cried! Great answer!

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    Thanks for stopping by my F&FF earlier. Happy reading and have a great weekend! :D

    Sarika @ The Readdicts

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  13. Completely agree about HP, The Fault in Our Stars, and A Walk to Remember. Thanks for visiting my FF! New GFC and Goodreads follower.

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  14. New follower.
    I can't read Sparks' books. They make me cry. :(
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