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vineri, 29 martie 2013

Feature & Follow Friday (6)

Alison Can Read Feature & FollowJoin the fun in the Feature and Follow Friday Hop! If you don’t know anything about this blog hop and/or want to find out how you can participate, check the rules here!

Basically, each Friday a blog is featured by the two hosts, Allison Can Read and Parajunkee. Participants to the blog hop have to follow the hosts and the Featured blogs and add their link to the list. This way, they can make new friends and follow each other. It’s really fun! And also, there is a weekly question so everything is even more interesting.

Q: Tell us about the most emotional scene you've ever read in a book - and how did you react?

I used to cry quite often when I was reading, but lately I haven't discovered many emotional books. However, one of the most emotional scenes I've ever read in a book was actually the ending of "Notes from Ghost Town" by Kate Ellison, and I've read this at the beggining of February. If I have to be honest, a lot of scenes from that book touched me, but it's the ending that brought me to tears. I would love to describe what exactly happened, but I don't want to spoil the book for you. If you're interested, please read my review of it.

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6 comentarii:

  1. I haven't read this book, but might have to check it out. I like books that you can connect with emotionally, even if it takes a while to recover afterwards!

    New follower via Networked Blogs (and cute blog btw!)

  2. Haven't heard of that one. Sounds intriguing, though. :D New follower via Networked Blogs. My FFs are at Musings on Fantasia and LKHill. Happy Friday! ;D

  3. Sounds like a good emotional read.

  4. New follower with Networked Blogs!

    Haven't read this one, but it sounds great :)

  5. Hopping through. I'd really like to read Notes from a Ghost Town. I've heard good things.
    My Hop

  6. I've never heard of this book before. I will have to check it out.
    Kristin @Book Sniffers Anonymous