3: Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead - Uhhh if you've read this, you'll know what I'm talking about. THROW THE BOOK ACROSS THE UNIVERSE, CRAZY ENDING. Richelle Mead TORE MY HEART OUT. I cried. I hardly ever cry with books. Yeah, I cried. I am still thinking about the ending of this book and I've finished the series. I know how it ends, but still, it's on my mind. If I swore, this little rant would be filled with offensive language, but I don't swear, so this is G-rated. :)
4: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling - Well, yeah. My jaw was dropped for about a week after I finished this book. But not in a bad way! I was just in awe of the perfect ending to a perfect series, but so bummed it was over. That's an understatement... I was bawling my eyes out when I first finished, and then I went and moped around for a while, before picking up the first book and reading the series over again. Obsessed? Who, me? Pshhh no. Maybe. Okay. Sure.
5: Bloodlines by Richelle Mead - Yeah, another Mead book. But HONESTLY. Richelle, you made me so happy with that totally suspenseful, perfect kinda-surprise ending. I was so gleeful and cheery for so long after I finished the book.
6: Until I Die by Amy Plum - I haven't even posted a review of this book yet, but let me tell you: The ending will have your jaw to the floor. I was so... distraught. Now we have to wait a year???!!!
7: Matched by Ally Condie - This book had kind of a similar ending to Delirium... Kind of. But my reaction was practically the same, except I didn't throw the book across the room, considering I was on a plane. But I did let out a strange, frustrated noise that turned many heads...
8: The Giver by Lois Lowry - We were reading this book in class, but of course I read ahead. I can honestly say that I read the end of this book four times over to see if I missed something. I love the way the author ended it, but it was so vague and so... empty in a way. I was one of the only ones in my class who actually enjoyed the end of the book. I think it was really well done.
9: Insurgent by Veronica Roth - So I was in the car on my way to Seattle when I finished this book, and I think my mom thought I was dying... I almost screamed, then was shaking for a while with waves of manic laughter going through me. It was actually a pretty predictable ending, but there were some twists and turns in there that made it so unbelievable!
10: The Disenchantments by Nina LaCour - I remember my reaction perfectly after I put the book down. It was one of those WTH moments where you make a silly face and are confused for the entire day after that. I don't know, it was a good ending, it just annoyed the heck out of me for some reason...
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Have a great day/night everyone!