Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Top Ten Books I Had a Strong Emotion About

I saw this meme last week on Rex Robot Reviews and decided that I wanted to make my own list. Here goes!

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Top Ten Books I Had a Strong Emotion About

1. The Diary of a Young Girl
I've read this book three different times for school, and each time, it really gets to me. Over the course of her diary Anne starts to feel like a friend. The voice that comes from her writing is timeless and full of truth.



This book is not for the faint of heart. I really admired Ree's determination and strength in the face of dysfunction, danger, and hardship. Her struggle has had a lasting effect on me.




This book has changed the way that I think about hitchhikers, the homeless, and nature. I now better understand how someone can go from having everything to struggling to survive.


4. Crank
At first I avoided this book and didn't get its appeal. However, once I gave it a try, I was impressed at how eloquent it is. It helped me understand how an average teen can fall into the dangerous cycle of addiction.



I guess maybe I should be ashamed that every time I read the ending of this it makes me cry? I had a classmate die at the end of my senior year and every time I read this book it reminds me of the day I found out.


This one makes me cry, too, but for different reasons. In the end, I was so glad that Katniss and Peeta were able to find happiness and have a semi-normal life. I was really worried that both of them were going to die. So for this one, it's more tears of happiness for the characters.



A classic tear-jerker. Better to have loved and lost than never loved at all. It's an older book, but old enough to be retro, cool now.


One of the few times I have wanted to throw a book across the room. I wanted to shake the main character and tell her that she's in love with the wrong guy!


I think anyone who has ever lost a pet is moved by this one.


I always have a hard time finishing this one. I know that the main character is a unicorn, but I always want there to a be way for Amalthea and Lir to be together and live happily-ever-after. I haven't read the sequel...*fingers still crossed*.


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