Has a book ever made you cry?
Swallowing my pride here. My Little Dashie. A my little pony fanfic. I havnt been a brony in over a year, but, being the 'masculine' & 'normal' conservative college guy i am, Id probably die if my friends found out about this one 😂
Charlotte's Web....I think I was 9.
Marley and Me
My Ántonia. Actually, I cried after just reading the summary of the book because I had to answer 100 questions about it for a summer assignment in high school and had left it for a week before school started. Needless to say, once I found the time I read the actual book for myself.
Everyone else in my class hated it though, as did the teacher, so we spent no time discussing it, which disappointed me.
Honestly when Dobby died I shed a few tears.
Several. When I was a teen I would read where Beth dies in "Little Women " when I needed a good cry.
Yes, many of them. And EVERY Karen Kingsbury book I've read, which would probably be close to 50 books.
Does she have a specific genre?
Yes, she writes Christian fiction. Her books are very poignant, with difficult things happening to some of the characters, and showing how they deal with them.
That's not for everyone, I know, so if you want to know more, I can give you more info. No sense typing it all out if you're not interested! Lol
She has one series that I would recommend the most, if you're interested.
Yes. "Dreamers" by Angela Hunt.
I will have to look at this one. I haven't heard of it. 🙄
CL, is that Angela Hunt, or Angela Elwell Hunt? Those are two different authors and I couldn't find one named Dreamers by Angela Hunt, but did find one by Angela Elwell Hunt
My apologies, it is published under Angela Elwell Hunt. Nowadays she just goes by the name Angela Hunt, but "Dreamers" is one of her older works.
Thanks, CL. Do you know if the Angela Hunt that wrote "The Canopy", "The Awakening", "Let Darkness Come", and "Brothers" is Angela Elwell Hunt? I can get those books through my library app, but not the one you mentioned.
Dumbledore dying 😪😪😪
Whew. Yes; that one got me, too.