I shrugged it off as I was not into Vampire moviesand continued on with my life. She promptly decided that the books would be a part of my Christmas present, and my December was a blur of Vampires and Christmas lights! The book is set in Forks, Washington considered the most cloudy area in the U. One particular group of students peaks her interest, however.
The book came to my attention a couple years ago when I started hearing it mentioned a lot in the library although I initially confused the title with another YA book called Luna by Julie Anne Peters about a transgender teen.
Given the negatives I heard, I had been prepared to not read the books. But then the movie came out and it got even more popular and it seemed like I had to read it just to see what all the controversy was about.
Bella Swan begins her self-imposed exile in Forks, Washington hoping for little more than a quick stay in her own personal purgatory. Coming from Phoenix, Forks feels like another world: Her opinion of the town begins to change when Bella notices the enigmatic and beautiful Edward Cullen along with his equally lovely siblings.
The closer Bella gets to Edward, despite his rebuffs, the more obvious it becomes that Edward is not human. Unbelievably, he is a vampire. And Bella is in love with him. And, even more shocking, he loves her.
Despite the overblown hype and negatives I heard, I did want to like Twilight. However, the more I read, the less likely that outcome seemed for a number of reasons.
The style here reminded me a lot of Eragon by Christopher Paolini. But Paolini was fifteen when he wrote Eragon while Meyer is a grown woman. I feel like that suggests that Twilight might not be the best written novel out there, not a damning fact in itself although compared to other novels this one did seem weak.
I also felt like the writing would have been stronger simply if there were less of it. The novel runs nearly pages in paperback. I read it in four days, so it does go fast. Still, I feel like the writing could have been pruned a hundred pages and not suffer, which usually suggests to me that it should have been.
That assertion is further supported by the repetition of the prose.
Words and phrases came up with such frequency that I started to experience deja vu. In the beginning, Bella struck me as kind of whiny. After meeting Edward, Bella began whining in a different way.The "Twilight" saga will not continue with "Breaking Dawn: Part 3." The "Breaking Dawn" movies officially ended with "Breaking Dawn: Part 2." In late , a rumor circulated online that an installment to the "Twilight" series, "Breaking Dawn: Part 3," was scheduled for release on November 14, Stephenie Meyer biography and information.
Stephenie Meyer is an American young-adult fiction writer and film producer, best known for vampire romance series Twilight. In "New Moon," Stephenie Meyer delivers another irresistible combination of romance and suspense with a supernatural spin. Passionate, riveting, and full of surprising twists and turns, this vampire love saga is well on its way to literary immortality.
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Stephenie Meyer gained a lot of fans from her “Twilight Saga” books. Now, she’ll be taking over libraries and theaters again with her book/film “The Host. On Wednesday, March 6, Open Road productions announced that they are joining with Barnes & Nobel to give fans a chance to meet author.
Meyer’s fourth book is divided into two movies, just like the final Harry Potter novel (although there truly is no comparison in terms of writing and filming). In Part 1, human Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) and hunky vampire Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) get married and, amazingly, are able to .