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gardenfullofthoughts said: The Kiesha’ra series is always a fave for great fantasy. It’s set in an Egyptian setting, I think, and its storyline has shape shifters. There is also the very well detailed Daughter of Smoke and Bone which twists the idea of Angels and Demons.
essenceofyouth said: Tess of the D’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy
The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton
thetwinsread said: To Anonymous1: The Girl of Fire and Thorns and The Crown of Embers by Rae Carson. The last book will be released soon. Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes is also good.
To Anonymous2: Corrine Jackson’s If I Lie, and Morgan Matson’s Second Chance Summer.
xxsilvertearsxx said: For the first Anon I would suggest ‘Throne of Glass’ by Sarah J. Maas. For the second Anon I would suggest ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ by John Green, it really made me cry towards the end!
bookloversthoughts said: Fantasy Anon: Some epic fantasies I really liked are FALLING KINGDOMS by Morgan Rhodes; GRACELING, FIRE, and BITTERBLUE by Kristin Cashore; SHADOW & BONE by Leigh Bardugo; THRONE OF GLASS by Sarah J Maas; POISON STUDY series by Maria V Snyder
ice-creamcastle said: Books that made me cry: my plant of orange-lime. I don’t know how possible it is to get it in English, I read it in Spanish but it’s actually by a brazilian author. It’s devastating. Ordinary People by Judy Guest. We the living by Ayn Rand.
xbecausetheworldisround said: Books that made me cry:
The Fault In Our Stars
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Thirteen Reasons Why
TFioS was the only one I truly ugly cried while reading though.
justbeccaz said: for the first anon, i haven’t read either of those books, but from the rest of your description, i would recommend the Seven Realms series by Cinda Williams Chima, which are TOTALLY AWESOME. the Heir Chronicles are also pretty good
americasinqer said: (For a book that makes you cry a lot) The Fault in Our Stars - John Green.
dianneece said: "Please Ignore Vera Dietz" by A.S. King is pretty good for crying, but so is "The Book Thief" by Marcus Zusak. Or "If I Stay" by Gayle Foreman…I think.