I can definitely understand why you wouldn't be able to read it again after having kids! I remember in an interview that King said it was hard just to write it cause of the subject matter.
For me, the ending of the Green Mile made me cry a bit.
Hmmm...I was just a kid myself when I read Cujo, but I was very disturbed when Tad trenton died
the Stand when
The Dark tower ending made me tear up as well
and Hearts in Atlantis
I read through all of these, and I'm surprised there's only a handful of people who mentioned The Dead Zone. I guess I really just fell in love with Johnny's character. If I wasn't sitting in class when I read the ending, I probably would have bawled.
Also, in Bag of Bones. Unfortunately, I was stupid enough to read the end and knew it was going to happen far before I got there.
I think it would be easier to list off the ones that didn't make me cry.
The first (and last for the moment) time I cried reading a book was with the DT.
was particularly hard for me. And the worst is that I also cried at the end of the DT-7... but for another reason. I was just so sad to know there will be no number 8...
I never cried again for any other book. I was very near for it for some (Blaze and The Stand especially), but the Dark Tower was the most intense...
In The Stand -
For me, I've cried when in The Stand.
Then in FireStarter when .
And of course, Cujo. I love animals, and this one just...I refuse, flat out to watch the movie because