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  • Twilight

    I will always love this book. On to the next!.. again. I hate how they miss so much out in the movies D:

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  • Twilight by Stephenie Meyers

    This a wonderful love story with a hint of supernatural magic. Recommended for 11+, girls will enjoy it more as it is from Bella's point of veiw.

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  • Shallow heroine and loads of stereotypes.

    Bella moves in with her father in the sleepy little town he calls home. Then she falls in love with a vampire. Okay, I’m going to do this review in several parts to give a clear picture. Fifteen-year-old-me: This is the best book I’ve read in a long time! Wow, Bella doesn’t even have to do much before the hottest guy in school falls in love with her. It’s awesome! And it really does fulfil my “Beauty and the Beast” fantasy. *Sigh.* Grown-up me: How can someone who dislikes everyone be liked by everyone? Ridiculous. You get what you give. Bella isn’t interesting and that’s why she isn’t able to see anyone for more than the stereotype they have to pretend to be in High School. How shallow is that? Edward is a stalker. He has serious control issues – he only got interested in Bella because he couldn’t read her mind. And he wants to eat her. The rest of the characters stay two-dimensional stereotypes throughout the book, because that’s how Bella sees them. Even Jacob (if you read the rest of the series you’ll understand the problem). The plot is predictable, the outcome is predictable, Bella does absolutely nothing to save herself or to fix the situation (going off to get killed isn’t doing something to fix the situation, it’s another issue that needs to be resolved). And why do we have to watch her cook/clean/eat/choose clothes if it doesn’t move the story forward? Writer me: This “Beauty and the Beast” retelling can do with better character-motivation than having a boyfriend. The main character doesn’t have hopes or dreams that doesn’t include Edward. Which sends the wrong message to teen girls (and women in general). It’s a cute love story that has obvious pull on readers. It could do with cutting all the filler scenes, though. Conclusion: It’s perfect if you’re a teenager still having romantic, idealistic dreams of life. The characters and their motivations aren’t suitable in any way. The story has an addictive quality to it.

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  • Twilight

    This book is perfect if you are looking for the fantasy/horror type of thing and a little romance! I really like this book! :)

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  • a.m.a.z.i.n.g

    Wow Stephenie captures the emotion between the characters I just love it! This is my first Stephanie Meyer book and I would love to read more

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