I cried all the way through DT7. At times it was so bad I had to put the book down and walk away.
Blaze. - I didn't just cry either; I sobbed.
Bag of Bones
The Dark Tower
Pretty sure I shed a few reading Lisey's Story.
Cell - When Alice gets brained with the brick I cried. Then stood up and fainted.
(hehe. It's true. bam! hit the floor.)
I cried with The Green Mile at Coffey's execution.
All of King's novels has had one of those moments for me, but some more than others. Okay, sometimes it isn't nothing more than a single tear, but sometimes it is a whole bucket-full.
And I'm not really even such an emotional person
Long days and pleasant nights
* the whole ending to 'IT'
* when louis digs up gage's body in 'pet sematary' and it describes the corpse and louis is rocking him saying 'this is just tonight, tomorrow everything's going to be better' - that was probably the most horrific emotional thing i've ever read in my life - i was on a bus at the time (stupidly) and just started crying then and there
The long walk, was sad. I cried, and I still am! I can't get over it, incredible good book. I like the way King describe things. This book is a book I will be reading many times in the future!
Insomnia made me cry because of what happened to Ralph Roberts. I know he had insomnia, but I cared what happened to him.
When I read the Green Mile, I remember crying and while re-reading it I tried skipping the parts that were unbearable to read.
The Long Walk got me all teary-eyed too
I cant remember if I cried at SK books I've read in the past but it is very rare for a book to make me cry, unlike a film! I recently finished Black House and cried A LOT when
The film of the Green Mile practically makes me weep uncontrollably!
Great forum you've got here folks