Top 5 books that drained my emotions

This Weekday Meme TOP FIVE TUESDAY is hosted by the incredible blogger Bionic Bookworm of who’s TOP FIVE I’m a huge fan. And since I love these little posts so much, I took the time of my studying time and decided to write this entry instead! Today I’m counting down which five books “left me an absolute sobbing mess” – quoting Bionic Bookworm.

#1 Harry Potter


There is not a series/book in the world that left me crying more than Harry’s story. After finishing it I was like “What am I going to do with my life now, after his story ended?!”. I was emotional because of everyone dying and because the last few scenes were so breathtaking.

#2 The Penderwicks


It’s not the fact that The Penderwicks are “dramas” but the fact that I have completely attached to them. They are a huge part of my life and when I read the last two books seeing them grow up just made me cry, and oh, every time they refer to something said in a previous book – does anyone get emotional there, too?

#3 Crooked Kingdom


I couldn’t quite live with myself after the tragic end of Crooked Kingdom – I’m not going to spoil but it has something to do with this emotional line “May Djel watch over you until I can once more.”

Am I the only one that started crying when Nina said those words?!

#4 War Storm


Again, WAR STORM wasn’t particularly sad at the end, but having witnessed the characters’ developments during the four books I just had to cry when I read the final ending of their journey.

#5 The Fault in Our Stars


Cliché, I know. But I mean, who left John Green’s moving novel The Fault in Our Stars untouched? I mean: COME ON. I didn’t predict this tragic end, his words are beautiful and Hazel Grace’s story is touching and unbelievable.


That’s it! I hope you enjoyed this post and have a great Tuesday!

Author: Blogger Books

I'm a huge fan of Draco Malfoy, I love scones and tea time, I don't like horror movies and obviously I'm a huge book nerd.

7 thoughts on “Top 5 books that drained my emotions”

  1. What I admired with Harry Potter is that JK made her characters grow with their age and it was believable. The last books were dark with death and …well yes!

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