Why Books Are A Roller Coaster Ride?

If there is one thing that I love doing and could probably spend the rest of my life doing is reading books. I love reading a lot. But reading comes with a price. And here, I am not referring to the literal price of the book but the emotional price that I have to pay during the process of reading the book. Here are a few reasons as to why books are a roller coaster ride:

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A Girl Like Her.


A Girl Like Her is a footage drama film based on bullying and it is by far one of the most moving films that I have ever seen. It was amazing, to say the least. I have never cried so much in my entire life. The waterworks could have turned Sahara into a rain forest. And I’m not kidding.

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The time when Spiderman made me cry.

So a few days back I was watching ‘The Amazing Spiderman 2’. I watched it before like 2 or 3 times but something or the other would happen and I would never make it till the end of the movie. On this particular day, I finally decided that I am going to watch the entire movie and no one can stop me. I sat down in front of the television, with my Physics textbook open and my notebook in hand, pretending that I could concentrate on both things together. So you know I’m casually watching the movie and everything is going great; Max turns into Electro, he hates Spiderman and the world in general, Gwen and Peter decide to take a break from their relationship, but then they realize how much they love each other, and Gwen secretly doesn’t want to go to Oxford, and Peter writes ‘I Love You’ with webs on a bridge, and they kiss on top of the bridge. You know the usual stuff that I just love watching.

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Katy by Jacqueline Wilson

‘Katy’ is one of the most impressionable books I’ve ever read. It’s not just about one girl and her life but also includes the life of the people surrounding her.

The revolves around Katy, an 11-year-old girl who is the oldest of her siblings and lives with her father and her step-mother. The protagonist is usually portrayed as a rebellious tomboy who’s quick tempered and sudden with her judgments. Katy is a sporty and fun loving girl who always looks for a bit of adventure. The first half of the book describes how she deals with her day to day problems revolving around her friends, siblings, school and mostly her step-mother with whom she shares a pretty rocky relationship. All through the book, there are also instances where Katy remembers her mother from time to time when she feels like she needs her guidance.

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