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Top Ten Tuesday: Books That Broke My Heart A Little

Hey! I haven't done a Top Ten Tuesday in agess, but since I haven't got any reviews that I can post now because they're all scheduled for March (though I might change that and post them earlier) I thought I'd do one this week :) And the topic is:


TOP TEN BOOKS THAT BROKE MY HEART A LITTLE

There are spoilers littered throughout this post. Don't read the writing if you haven't read the book and don't want to be spoiled, but you can look at the pretty covers :P

The Fault in Our Stars

1. The Fault In Our Stars by John Green
I don't really think I need to say all that much about this one. Just, Augustus Waters... <3

Delirium (Delirium, #1)

 2. Delirium by Lauren Oliver
The end. Oh my days, that end. And let me tell you, the sequel doesn't really help. :'( 

Mockingjay (The Hunger Games, #3)

3. Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
Prim... Oh, my lovely Primrose :'(

Shadow Kiss (Vampire Academy, #3)

4. Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead
Dimitri Belikov, how could you?! I mean, I know it wasn't your fault, but STILL. 

Never Eighteen

5. Never Eighteen by Megan Bostic
Awww, this was adorable... But so, so sad!

Entangled

6. Entangled by Cat Clarke
This didn't break my heart in the same way as the others did, but still, it did. I know that doesn't make all that much sense, but I know what I mean in my head ;P

Inside Out (Insider, #1)

7. Inside Out by Maria V. Snyder
The end. The END. THE END!! Maria V. Snyder, you are one cruel lady. (but I love you ;D )

I can't think of any more right now, so here's my top seven! :D Weird how nearly all the covers are blue... IF IT'S BLUE IT WILL BREAK YOUR HEART, GUYS. Sorry, I just had to point it out! ;P Which books broke your heart? Leave me a link, or let me know in the comments! 

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Comments

  1. So many heartbreakers I want to read in that list. Mockingjay *weepy tears*

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  2. Only Entangled made me weep from that lot. I must read John Green's book soon.

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  3. Lol blue covers. Mockingjay just made me....numb. Like, literally I had to go to sleep afterwards because I just felt so numb. Ending of Delirium had me REELING but the ending of Pandemonium is worse IMO :P Shadow Kiss is possibly one of the most heartbreaking books ever.

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  4. For the books that I have read, I totally agree with! Now I'm a little worried to read the others. LoL


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  5. I completely forgot about Mockingjay! How could I?! It was so heart breaking... And TFiOS! So beautiful and amazing, yet so freaking sad :( Great list!

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