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Top Ten Books If You Like Movies That Kick You In The Feels

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Top Ten Books 
If You Like Movies That Kick You In The Feels

1. All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill ~ One of the BEST books I've ever read.

2. False Sight by Dan Krokos ~ Broke my heart within the first few pages.

3. The Eternity Cure by Julie Kagawa ~ Left me rocking back and forth in a corner. Literally.

4. Uninvited by Sophie Jordan ~ Terrifyingly realistic that packs a big emotional punch.

5. Wait For You by J. Lynn ~ Still my FAVORITE New Adult Book Guy!

6. White Hot Kiss by Jennifer L. Armentrout ~ Two equally fantastic boys to choose from, but ohmyheart!
7. Something Like Normal by Trish Doller ~ I want to hug all of the soldiers. ALL.OF.THEM. Especially the red-headed ones named Travis.

8. The Lovely And The Lost by Page Morgan ~ This book was lovely and I feel completely lost now that I have to wait A WHOLE YEAR for the final book!

9. The Fault In Our Stars by John Green ~ One of the BEST audiobooks I've ever listened to. I ruined a batch of cupcakes because I sobbed into the batter. True story. 

10. Things I Can't Forget by Miranda Kenneally ~ Matt Brown had me at "green beans" and I don't even LIKE green beans. 


  1. And another book we have in common! All Our Yesterdays completely blew me away, knocked my socks off! So amazingly good!

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  2. Oh I definitely love movies that kick you in the feels! Spot on with TFIOS. Could that movie get anymore heart wrenching?? (Egh, don't answer that. xD) I'd love to read All Our Yesterdays too. :)
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  3. You definitely listed some of my favorite reads- Uninvited had me so emotional, and Things I Can't Forger blew me away- I don't know if many YA authors could have tackled some of the issues that are raised in that book anywhere near as well as Kenneally did! And seriously, I never would have thought I'd crush on gargoyles until I read Armentrout.

    Sooo,,, obviously I need to read All Our Yesterdays, stat!

  4. I am seriously sad to say I haven't read any of those. But I really like a lot of Miranda Kenneally's books, so I'm going to have to check out Things I can't Forget!

    Have a good week!

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  5. I agree with quite a few of these! I still need need to read The Fault in Our Stars and I'm totally dying to read the Lovely and the Lost! I cannot wait for my preorder to get here!

  6. Loved this list! And Definitely loved 5,6,7, and 9!


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