The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis made me want to cry as Aslan died. That may sound pathetic but Aslan represents Jesus Christ and the lion's death symbolizes how Christ died for us. I'm just so unworthy to have been died for and yet the God of the universe took the cross for me... and I deserve it more. (Its along explaination but hey thats how it happened ^^.)
Ray Bradbury books make me cry, sometimes. Not because anything particularly sad happens, but rather that he give such a bleak look on life. They can be VERY depressing, even though I doubt he means them to be so. Bad marriages, pollution, destruction~
White Fang and Call of the Wild also made me cry. The latter particularly, the author gives the poor personalized animals such horrible situations ; o;
And...the Nibelungenlied and Beowulf made me cry, but for a TOTALLY different reason. (Boredom and laughter~ xD)
Eee, but I wasn't particularly fond of Twilight, I dunno, wasn't so sad, for me. ^^'
Actually, I cried at the end of Frankenstein. It was just really sad to me. sweatdrop
Also as a kid, I found Black Beauty to be extremely depressing, and the part at the end about being under the apple tree with old friends always made me tear up. heart
Marley and Me,
The Secret Life of Bees,
Peaches? Possibly... can't quite remember,
*mentally racks through massive brain library*
All the chicken soup books i've read,
Sloppy Firsts? Probably,
One of the books from the Song of the Lioness Series?
Ella Enchanted xd