Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted over at The Broke and the Bookish. This week's Top Ten is Top Ten Books I Had VERY Strong Emotions About.
- While England Sleeps by David Leavitt - IMMENSE IMMENSE TEARS. I can't even tell you, I was sobbing after finishing this. And I still get teary eyed when I think of the story. Heartbreaking.
- The Charioteer by Mary Renault - Ok, before I read the above book, this is the book that made me the most emotional. The sadness didn't hit me until after I put the book down and went to sleep, but the tears soon came.
- Marianne by Susanna Kearsley - I felt just immense happiness after reading this. I'm not a huge fan of a happily ever after, but I loved it here.
- Devil's Cub by Georgette Heyer - I hated this book with a fiery passion. I would have chucked it across the room if I wasn't reading it on my ereader.
- The Black Dahlia by James Ellroy - I'm surprised I finished this. I guess because it was a short book. I soon passed it on to my sister, because I hated it so much I didn't even want it in my presence any longer.
- Maurice by E.M. Forster - Another book that filled me with happiness after I finished.
- Charlotte and Emily (A Taste of Sorrow) by Jude Morgan - I felt a deep sense of melancholy after reading this. Even though though there were some happy times, there always seemed to be a wave of darkness hovering over every scene. I took my time with this one.
- The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde - Laughed my butt off. Hilarious.
- THE ENTIRE HARRY POTTER SERIES - No explanation necessary.
That's all I have. I can't think of ten.