Allegiant (Veronica Roth) (And no, I still haven't forgiven her for it...)
Cora and the Nurse Dragon by H.L. Burke.
Bethany A. Jennings
Halayda by Sarah Delena White
Laura A. Grace
I ugly cry every single time I read the scene where Beth dies in Little Women. It's so beautifully written, and poor Beth! Who wouldn't cry over her?
Jenny of the Grand Tetons was the first book I remember reading and sobbing over.
Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott. This was the first book to ever make me cry. I challenge anyone to make it through THAT PART (you know the one) without bawling your eyes out.
A. K. R. Scott
Phantom Story of His Life
Sage by Jamie Foley - All. The. Feels.
Schindler's List. It was an A-Level text I studied, and it was the first book to do so.
Lauren H Salisbury
The Student and the Slave by Annie Douglass Lima has one of the most powerfully written scenes I've ever read, about a man sold into slavery. The whole series is full of tearful episodes, though!
Katy Huth Jones
Two books which have made me cry even after reading them more than once are White Wolf and the Ash Princess by Tammy Lash and So Sang the Dawn by Annie Pavese. These are both gritty stories with some truly sob-worthy scenes...and the endings are filled with so much beauty and hope you don't mind the agonies you had to endure to get to the ending.
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