Friday, May 13, 2011

Follow Friday (17)

IT'S FRIDAY! This week has been super long and I have been, oh so, tired. And it is finally Friday.

Blogger wasn't working yesterday, causing some screwy things on the blog, like yesterday's post to vanish...!

Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee's View!

This week's question is:

The Blogger Apocalypse made me a little emotional. What is the most emotional scene in a book that you have read lately?

I'd have to agree with Parajunkee...Delirium by Lauren Oliver had me sobbing. I was so sad, words cannot begin to express how sad I was at the end. And The Last Song made me emotional but that was a long time ago!

What about you??


Alison said...

Hopping through. I still need to read Delirium. I love books that make me cry.
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Loren Chase said...

Just hopping through! I completely agree with you on Delirium. I just finished it this morning and I just don't even know what to say. Happy Friday! New follower. ;)

Jessica said...

Well continuing with the Nicholas Sparks' theme, A Walk to Remember did get pretty emotional for me! Both the book and movie!

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Have a GREAT weekend!

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Shalena @ Writer Quirk said...

New follower here! I keep hearing that about Delirium, and Nicholas Sparks, too, but if I know a book is likely to be a tearjerker, I tend to stay away.

And because you mention it up top, I love your header, but IMHO I think the background isn't really in the same style (though it is cute on its own). I think something with a little red or pink in it along with the blue would look good and tie in with your header better.

Can't wait to hear what you think about Divergent! Happy Friday!

~Shalena @ Writer Quirk

Alexis @ Reflections of a Bookaholic said...

I haven't read that one. Visiting from the hop.

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