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Twilight About three things I was absolutely positive.First, Edward was a vampire.Second, there was a part of him and I didn t know how dominant that part might be that thirsted for my blood.And third, I was unconditionally and irrevocably in love with him.In the first book of the Twilight Saga, internationally bestselling author Stephenie Meyer introduces Bella Swan and Edward Cullen, a pair of star crossed lovers whose forbidden relationship ripens against the backdrop of small town suspicion and a mysterious coven of vampires This is a love story with bite.


10 thoughts on “Twilight

  1. Steph Sinclair Steph Sinclair says:

    Actual rating 1.5 stars Believe it or not, there are actually a few books that are worse than Twilight.Ok, funny story I was sitting on my couch with my husband last night finishing up Twilight I slammed the book shut and began rubbing my temples Then, my husband goes, So you finally finished, huh Yes I can t believe I used to like this book, I said Hahaha Yeah, I remember you were on Twilight s balls hard Yeah, yeah, yeahThere isn t a single book on my shelf


  2. Sarah Sarah says:

    Okay, I have to say that I picked this book up partly due to all the hype and partly because it s involved two of my favorite genres I mean, so many people had recommended it to me and I finally got sick of hearing about it, so I picked it up and read it or as least tried to.Let me first say that I am a huge romance and vampire supernatural fan, so when I first heard about the book I was really excited to read it because it combined two of my favorite genres.But, I


  3. James James says:

    It turns out we don t need Dr John Gray to tell us that men are from Transylvania and women are from Venus We just need to read Stephenie Meyer books For example, from this book we learn that the millions of women who have wolfed down the Twilight series pun intended want men who 1 Talk about their feelings Either Meyer s husband is the single most communicative male on the planet and she doesn t realize how unusual he is, or she, like most of her female readers, is using


  4. N N says:

    I really enjoy lively details There s nothing better than knowing an author has really thought about her characters and situations, and come up with some surprising and delightful detail that makes the whole reading experience fuller Lively details, you understand pointless details are a nightmare to read I don t need to know that Bella ate a granola bar for breakfast I REALLY DON T Notice that I remembered the granola bar I think this is partly because I was fervently hoping i


  5. Clare Richardson Clare Richardson says:

    I hate this book I will probably end up reading the rest of them, because if I don t, people that love this thing will think they can convert me if I just keep reading ETA Jan 2013 Never even remotely bothered to finish the series In short the writing mechanics are atrocious. The dialogue is stilted and absolutely wretched The characterization is bad loose, jumpy, and the progression is occasionally senseless The main characters themselves are not compelling selfish, shallow, lacking


  6. brian brian says:

    my name is bella bella swan here s what stephenie didn t tell you it s super duper important.on the morning after it rained, it was rainy outside and i frowned at it being so rainy all the time i chuckled to myself, darn weather i stared at the rain outside, which is where they usually keep the rain there was never any rain in phoenix i love phoenix i hate rain i tripped over a large air pocket on my bedroom floor and bashed my skull into the corner of my bookcase, which had three shelves


  7. Chris Van Dyke Chris Van Dyke says:

    I actually had to give this book three separate reviews by three sides of my personality My three star rating is the median of the three Review 1, by My Inner Fifteen Year Old Girl 5 stars Bella is smart, funny, well read, pretty and yet misunderstood by most of her peers just like me Then she meets a cool, hot guy who turns out to be a good vampire, and he can do really cool things, like run fast and stop cars with his hands, but he s still sweet and wonderful It s ultimate wish fulfillment fan


  8. Joe Joe says:

    Save your time here s the entirety of Twilight in 20 dialogue snippets a wiggedy wack intermission.First 200 pages I like you, Edward You shouldn t I m dangerous I like you, Edward But I m dangerous Next 50 pages I m a vampire I like you, Edward But I m a vampire I m dangerous I like you, Edward Next 100 pages I like you, Edward You smell good, Bella I m dangerous I like you, Edward Damn, you smell good I like you, Edward Also, I glow in sunlight Next 50 pages A VAMPIRE BASEBALL GAME I wish I was kidd


  9. Shannon (Giraffe Days) Shannon (Giraffe Days) says:

    Oh my This book, to me, is like chocolate a delicious, sinful, addictive indulgence which you convince yourself has beneficial qualities zinc, calcium, keeps me quiet at that time of the month in order to justify your addiction.By beneficial qualities , I mean that it s reading, and since when is reading bad Let me say quite clearly that I m a sucker for romance, especially the intense, passionate, tragic kind I don t read romance novels , though, because to me they are lacklustre Meyer s book has the extra


  10. Trin Trin says:

    Let me give you an idea of how much my opinion of this book changed at different stages of reading When I was about a third of the way through, I was so into it that I immediately put my name on the library reservations list for the sequel, and wishlisted every edition on BookMooch Now, having finished, I doubt I ll bother to read any further in the series The opening is really quite interesting Bella moves from sunny Arizona to rainy, gloomy Washington State to live with her father her somewhat loopy mom wants t


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