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PostSubject: Have you ever just started crying during a book?   Wed Dec 31, 2008 6:11 pm

I just finished Of Mice and Men. sniff . I won't spoil the ending for those who haven't read it, but it was so sad! When Lennie and George were sitting by the brush together and he was talking about tending to the rabbits, I just broke down.

Has anyone else ever cried during a book?
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PostSubject: Re: Have you ever just started crying during a book?   Wed Dec 31, 2008 6:13 pm

Oh, good! I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler; I'm starting Of Mice and Men soon.

I cry a lot during books, actually. I cried when Matthew died in Anne of Green Gables, I cried when Dobby, Fred, Hedwig, and others died in Deathly Hallows, I cried during Dumbledore's funeral, I cried when...okay, I'll stop now.

Point is, I ball my eyes out.
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PostSubject: Re: Have you ever just started crying during a book?   Wed Dec 31, 2008 11:25 pm

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Oh, good! I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler; I'm starting Of Mice and Men soon.

I cry a lot during books, actually. I cried when Matthew died in Anne of Green Gables, I cried when Dobby, Fred, Hedwig, and others died in Deathly Hallows, I cried during Dumbledore's funeral, I cried when...okay, I'll stop now.

Point is, I ball my eyes out.

Of Mice and Men really was incredible. I think you'll enjoy it, Tourterelle.
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PostSubject: Re: Have you ever just started crying during a book?   Thu Jan 01, 2009 12:11 am

Tourterelle wrote:
Oh, good! I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler; I'm starting Of Mice and Men soon.

I cry a lot during books, actually. I cried when Matthew died in Anne of Green Gables, I cried when Dobby, Fred, Hedwig, and others died in Deathly Hallows, I cried during Dumbledore's funeral, I cried when...okay, I'll stop now.

Point is, I ball my eyes out.

lol! Have you been peeking in my reading list, Tourterelle? Because after Jane Eyre, I'm reading Of Mice and Men, too!

I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler, Jane. I hope I will cry my eyes out. I haven't read a book that made me cry yet.
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PostSubject: Re: Have you ever just started crying during a book?   Thu Jan 01, 2009 12:20 am

I cry in Anne of Green Gables when Matthew dies. I cry in Anne's House of Dreams, I won't say why in case someone hasn't read it yet.
I cry in I am David by Anne Holm
I cry in They Cage the Animals at Night. Correction, I BAWL reading that book.
I did not however, cry in Of Mice and Men.
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PostSubject: Re: Have you ever just started crying during a book?   Thu Jan 01, 2009 1:33 am

A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, at the very end. I won't spoil it for those of you haven't read it, but it was super sad.
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PostSubject: Re: Have you ever just started crying during a book?   Thu Jan 01, 2009 3:00 am

Louisa Lynn wrote:
Tourterelle wrote:
Oh, good! I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler; I'm starting Of Mice and Men soon.

I cry a lot during books, actually. I cried when Matthew died in Anne of Green Gables, I cried when Dobby, Fred, Hedwig, and others died in Deathly Hallows, I cried during Dumbledore's funeral, I cried when...okay, I'll stop now.

Point is, I ball my eyes out.

lol! Have you been peeking in my reading list, Tourterelle? Because after Jane Eyre, I'm reading Of Mice and Men, too!

I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler, Jane. I hope I will cry my eyes out. I haven't read a book that made me cry yet.

How did you know? Laughing

I secretly snuck into your house and stole it, and I've been copying it. lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Have you ever just started crying during a book?   Thu Jan 01, 2009 8:36 am

Louisa Lynn wrote:
Tourterelle wrote:
Oh, good! I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler; I'm starting Of Mice and Men soon.

I cry a lot during books, actually. I cried when Matthew died in Anne of Green Gables, I cried when Dobby, Fred, Hedwig, and others died in Deathly Hallows, I cried during Dumbledore's funeral, I cried when...okay, I'll stop now.

Point is, I ball my eyes out.

lol! Have you been peeking in my reading list, Tourterelle? Because after Jane Eyre, I'm reading Of Mice and Men, too!

I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler, Jane. I hope I will cry my eyes out. I haven't read a book that made me cry yet.


lol! Actually, I'm currently reading Jane Eyre! Of Mice and Men is... three books down, I think, on my list, but I'd have to check. Next up is The Phantom of the Opera, I know.
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PostSubject: Re: Have you ever just started crying during a book?   Thu Jan 01, 2009 11:53 am

I knew the ending of "Of Mice and Men" before, so I skipped that part.... Embarassed I cried badly when reading "Angela's Ashes", though. And don't let me get started on HP 6&7 (yes, only those two. I could never relate to Sirius).

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PostSubject: Re: Have you ever just started crying during a book?   Thu Jan 01, 2009 8:49 pm

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Louisa Lynn wrote:
Tourterelle wrote:
Oh, good! I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler; I'm starting Of Mice and Men soon.

I cry a lot during books, actually. I cried when Matthew died in Anne of Green Gables, I cried when Dobby, Fred, Hedwig, and others died in Deathly Hallows, I cried during Dumbledore's funeral, I cried when...okay, I'll stop now.

Point is, I ball my eyes out.

lol! Have you been peeking in my reading list, Tourterelle? Because after Jane Eyre, I'm reading Of Mice and Men, too!

I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler, Jane. I hope I will cry my eyes out. I haven't read a book that made me cry yet.


lol! Actually, I'm currently reading Jane Eyre! Of Mice and Men is... three books down, I think, on my list, but I'd have to check. Next up is The Phantom of the Opera, I know.

After Of Mice and Men, it's Phantom of the Opera for me, too. Magda always gushed about it so I thought I'd check it out.
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PostSubject: Re: Have you ever just started crying during a book?   Thu Jan 01, 2009 8:52 pm

Louisa Lynn wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
Tourterelle wrote:
Oh, good! I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler; I'm starting Of Mice and Men soon.

I cry a lot during books, actually. I cried when Matthew died in Anne of Green Gables, I cried when Dobby, Fred, Hedwig, and others died in Deathly Hallows, I cried during Dumbledore's funeral, I cried when...okay, I'll stop now.

Point is, I ball my eyes out.

lol! Have you been peeking in my reading list, Tourterelle? Because after Jane Eyre, I'm reading Of Mice and Men, too!

I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler, Jane. I hope I will cry my eyes out. I haven't read a book that made me cry yet.


lol! Actually, I'm currently reading Jane Eyre! Of Mice and Men is... three books down, I think, on my list, but I'd have to check. Next up is The Phantom of the Opera, I know.

After Of Mice and Men, it's Phantom of the Opera for me, too. Magda always gushed about it so I thought I'd check it out.

And rightly so, it is a lovely book!

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PostSubject: Re: Have you ever just started crying during a book?   Thu Jan 01, 2009 8:52 pm

Louisa Lynn wrote:
Kelsey wrote:
Louisa Lynn wrote:
Tourterelle wrote:
Oh, good! I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler; I'm starting Of Mice and Men soon.

I cry a lot during books, actually. I cried when Matthew died in Anne of Green Gables, I cried when Dobby, Fred, Hedwig, and others died in Deathly Hallows, I cried during Dumbledore's funeral, I cried when...okay, I'll stop now.

Point is, I ball my eyes out.

lol! Have you been peeking in my reading list, Tourterelle? Because after Jane Eyre, I'm reading Of Mice and Men, too!

I'm glad you didn't post a spoiler, Jane. I hope I will cry my eyes out. I haven't read a book that made me cry yet.


lol! Actually, I'm currently reading Jane Eyre! Of Mice and Men is... three books down, I think, on my list, but I'd have to check. Next up is The Phantom of the Opera, I know.

After Of Mice and Men, it's Phantom of the Opera for me, too. Magda always gushed about it so I thought I'd check it out.

Looks like our reading lists are pretty matchy-matchy right now! lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Have you ever just started crying during a book?   Fri Jan 02, 2009 8:26 pm

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I cry in Anne of Green Gables when Matthew dies. I cry in Anne's House of Dreams, I won't say why in case someone hasn't read it yet.
I cry in I am David by Anne Holm
I cry in They Cage the Animals at Night. Correction, I BAWL reading that book.
I did not however, cry in Of Mice and Men.

You really didn't cry in that book? I thought the ending was just too sad. Lennie's adorable, and he couldn't help himself. I hated seeing that happen to him. And no one but George and Slim even cared.
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