I didn't cry so many times because of books. Number 1-5 are books that actually made me burst tears, the other 5 are only books that made me sad or almost cry.
The 1st novel that made me cry a river is TDM. I cried 3 times on the 1st time reading it. And still cried twice more some hours later after finishing it. Was still sad and could cried remembering the book for the next 200 days. 2nd time read it, cried again. It's not really sad book, but if you cherish the characters, you'll go emotional with it.
Again. This time I cried almost in the 1st half book. LOL I could be the winner for tearjerkers, but the after effect is not that dangerous like TDM. After finishing it, I only cried once because the jumble of emontions I got from the whole book.
So many heartbreaking moments but I didn't cry until chapter 38.
I cried because the story was ended...
You're maybe frowning, like what in the world that made me crying as Jiraiya, Tsunade, and Orochimaru fought using their summoning creaturess? No, I didn't cried because of the story. I was having a personal problem that time. There's one free talk on vol 19 that made me crying with a relief in my heart.
I wasn't sad because this character and that character died. When there are too many characters died in a book, I don't feel dramatic. Okay, it's sad, but not that miserble than having one character died and the others alive. On Mockingjay, I was sad because I need more Peeta's smile :""""""""D
John Green brought the scenes became beautifully sad although I didn't cry when someone died here. I already knew someone would die in this book so I was pretty much prepared.
I almost cried but I felt content. I will name it the wonderfully-heartwarming-almost-tears.
Seriously Kasie West, how can't you get back something that has never happened.... :'((((
This is not that sad, but for me who loves Tucker and Jackson Hole, really got straining heart reading this book.