I have never cried over a book. No, sorry, I did not cry when Dobby kacked it, and I didn't cry over Rue either.
(Oh, come on. The books have been out for years. Next you're going to tell me I spoiled the part about Mr. Rochester keeping his wife in an attic.)
I think the film versions of Where the Red Fern Grows and Old Yeller might have made eight-year-old me tear up a little, but the books just made me think, "That's sad."
However, I tend to be rather conventional in my emotional presentation: meaning, most of the time I pretend I don't have any.
I read all the time about other people being moved to tears by everything from Harry Potter to Nicholas Sparks.
So, recommend to me a book that will melt my stony heart. Do you cry over books? What is the biggest tearjerker you've ever read?
Do you cry over books?
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