- Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein: Is there anyone that doesn’t sob when they think about “Kiss me, Hardy” now?
- Plain Kate by Erin Bow: The ending had me weeping. Literally weeping.
- Catching Fire/Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins: I don’t remember if there were actual tears but since reading them I’ve been really emotional with the new movies every time I see Mags and Finnick.
- Fire by Kristin Cashore: This one was for personal reasons that aren’t worth getting into but gosh it was a sad, hard read for me.
- Just Like Fate by Cat Patrick and Suzanne Young: I couldn’t even finish this one because it hit too close to home.
- City of Glass by Cassandra Clare: You know why if you’ve read it.
- The Madness Underneath by Maureen Johnson: Angry, angry tears.
- Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson: So beautiful but so sad.
- Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly: How could you not?
- Strings Attached by Judy Blundell: Her books are just always so moving.
- The Shadow in the North by Phillip Pullman: This book is also the reason I no longer read Pullman books on principle and I almost didn’t put it because he annoys me so very much I don’t even like to talk about it.
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