QUESTION OF THE WEEK:
What is the last book that made you cry? Tell us about the scene...
If You Could See Me Now by Cecelia Ahern was the most touching book I've read so far that has made me cry. Even reading three or four time, still made me cry. Which scene you ask? Well, the last part was the most captive part of the book (there are other scenes that made me cry but the last part was the best) - When Elizabeth stayed in the children's playroom for days and never came out... well, she was painting all of the scenes that she, Ivan and her nephew had cherished. Every bit of memory was painted on the walls of the children's playroom. Including Ivan himself, who was watching Elizabeth and said, 'Goodbye'.
He let her go and she was happy that she saw Ivan before her sight of 'seeing' these 'invisible people' disappeared.
*This means that she's finally happy and at peace*