I'm not one to cry, but I cried on three separate occasions when I read The Dark Tower 7. I think we all know what those occasions are...
Let me see, I cried in... The Dark Tower, a lot. Desperation, The Regulators and Salem's Lot. As for movies, I cried in: The Mist and Red Rose.
Quite a lot when I think about it !
The Dark Tower
Yes I am kidding about N°3 :D
I didn't cry, but I actually felt a lot of strong emotion when reading Lisey's Story.
It was a touching tale.
Didn't cry but the end of The Dark Tower series did make me take a seat on my patio outside at about 2 in the morning. An hour or so later I was still sitting there looking up at the stars thinking about, well, everything. All the years I had spent reading Mr. King's books, through good times and bad. Such a good ending to a wonderful series. Probably the closest to crying I've been in years, but I'm your quintissential male, very rarely, if ever, capable of turning on the water works. Also, reading the actual story Hearts in Atlantis in the book of the same name kicks me in the ass every time. It's like I'm stepping back into college all over again. The way the story is written? Change the names and the setting, otherwise, I'm Pete Riley. It seems like all the guys I was friends with in college are represented in that story to some degree. One of the best stories I've ever read and every time it gets to me. More so as I get older, I think.
I cried at at least one part in Insomnia, Lisey's Story, The Stand, and Bag of Bones...
But Duma Key- I cried buckets...
The Talisman. Different Seasons - The Body. I lost some friends when I was pretty young.
I seem to be a minority here? Desperation? I mean i just sobbed and sobbed and sobbed. I was unconsolable. Really beautiful book though...
I never like cry out loud with tears flying all over the place but i just got misty towards the end of pet sematary (the first NOVEL I read from stephen king) when i reflected on how the man must have felt.