Feature & Follow Friday #8

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Alison Can Read Feature & Follow

Feature and Follow is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee's View and Alison Can Read.

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


'On the Jellicoe Road' by Melina Marchetta is one such book, I can't pin down the scenes but after 150 or so pages, it got really emotional, I remember reading it whole night and getting puffy eyes next day, looking all lost and all. It is Indeed one amazing book. You can see my review HERE on Goodreads.

Another would be 'City of Glass' by Cassandra Clare (YES I AM A HUGE TMI FAN), the scene where Valentine Killed Jace, Oh that moment was like a blow in gut, Though ending was happy but that moment was almost a killing blow. I remember I stopped breathing for a second.




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16 comments:

  1. Haven't read them but def. have heard of them :)

    old follower!
    http://myloveforfilmsandnovels.blogspot.com/2013/03/feature-follow-19.html

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    1. Hey Marissa, I liked your books too... :)
      Thanks for stopping by :)

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  2. New follower! Found your blog on goodreads. :)

    The most emotional thing that I've ever read would have to be the Delirium book because I stayed up the entire night reading that book. The first book literally took my breath away. <3

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    1. I liked Delirium too... The ending was... Oh you know thw feeling :)
      Thanks for visiting :) Following you back.

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  3. City of Glass was definitely a tear-jerker. I'd forgotten about it. I am fying to read Jellioco Road. Need to download it. New follower on Circles. You can find me at: http://gwynnethwhite.blogspot.com/
    cheers

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    1. Glad you are going to read Jellioce road...
      Following you back Via Network Blogs :)

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  4. New follower, find you through Goodreads :)
    I love City of Glass. But uh for me the most emotional was Touch of Power and Scent of Magic by Maria V. Snyder :)
    Follow back here, maybe? :D Maria @ Maria's Bookshelf

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    1. Oh I love Touch of Power and scent of magic both... :)
      Following you back :)

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  5. Hopping through. I know just what you mean about City of Glass. What struck me most though was Valentine's reaction to Jace's death, not that Jace had died.
    My Hop

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    1. Hey Allison, Thanks for visiting :)
      When you mention that... To think back .. yes that was Valantine gave quite unexpected reaction.. He was definitely an intriguing character :)

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  6. Jellicoe Road is at the top of my TBR list!

    New follower on goodreads, old follower on GFC and G+

    My FF

    Eva @ All Books Considered

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    1. Hey Eva.. Now you are a friend on Goodreads :)

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  7. Sounds like a good one!
    New GFC follower
    Danielle @ www.daniellecromero.blogspot.com

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  8. New follower.

    Cassandra Clare is my favorite writer. A friend introduced me to her about two years ago. She was reading City of Bones while beta reading for me and told me she found this woman who writes similar to the way I do, so I bought the first book out of curiosity. Now I don't know if my writing style is similar to hers, but I do enjoy her books.

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    1. She is mine too... Its always feels good to hear that :)
      Thanks for following.. Following back :)

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