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This week's question brings me back to 13 years ago...
Q: Tell us about the most emotional scene you’ve ever read in a book – and how did you react?
The book that got me bawling like a baby was Nicholas Spark's A Walk to Remember. I was 12 years old then, sitting on my bed holding a handkerchief. My sister found me crying, not sniffling, doing the whole waterworks while I read the part where Jamie stood up from her wheelchair to walk down the aisle and get married to her miracle. Sadly' the movie didn't do much for me, but the book still makes me cry to this day.
That was the first and last time so far that I cried that much over a book. And it's one of my favorites to date.
Has anyone else bawled over a book like I did? Share yours!