1. The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles- Julie Andrews Edwards
2. Where the Red Fern Grows-Wilson Rawls
3. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe-CS. Lewis
4. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire- JK Rowling
5. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince-JK Rowling
6. Dune- Frank Herbert
There are others, but these are all I could think of at 1 am.
This is going to sound really stupid, but the only book I cried after reading was Peter Pan. I mean most people wouldn't think that would be a sad book, but I built up what I thought Peter Pan was like and the story completely destroyed my image of him. I mean the disney movie didn't give him the right personality.
At First Sight- Nicholas Sparks I fkning sobbed for two hours. lakjfler.
The Notebook-Nicholas Sparks- I just thought it was sweet, and the ending was really sad to me.
Harry Potter 6- Well, I almost cried. But of course I already knew he was going to die because everyone was like OMFGG!!11 HE DIESss IN ITTT Before anyone actually reads it. >[
Daniel's Story- I remember my teacher was reading it in class and I had to fight with everything I had not to burst out crying. xD
Go Ask Alice- That's really a good book. I remember getting mad when I was done reading it because the ending dissapointed me, but it really makes you think about somethings.
Flowers for Algernon-Wow. I cried so much harder on the movie than the book, but it still depresses me. We were watching it in class and everyone was laughing at Charlie, while I'm just sitting there, sobbing in the corner. I'm emotional like that, and I was furious with my class for the rest of that semister.
Pretty any romance I have ever read. The prob is, then all the guys i hang out with (95% of my friends are guys), all think it is like, a HUGE turn on. I hate men... -.- Except my BF, he is PERFECTOIN!! (I.M.O.)