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Literary Heroin (Gluttony): A Twilight Parody

3.1 of 5 stars 3.10  ·  rating details  ·  10 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Isobel's fanfiction dream comes true when Edwin and Jacobus materialize out of thin air. But the two hunks secretly have the hots for each other...

* Part of the Bad Romance seven deadly sins anthology. This Twilight parody covers the deadly sin of Gluttony.

Genre: Fiction (satire / parodies) | 22,000 Words


Warning!: The following story is more or less horrifying or humo
ebook, Smashwards Edition, 87 pages
Published April 12th 2012 by jessINK (first published January 1st 2012)
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I think a reader knows when they want to read something with substance. I could barely get through the “novel” portion of this book. The most interesting part was the text conversation between Edwin, Jacobus, Stephen & Joanne. Everything written was so true. The rest of the story involving the young teacher, Isobel, was the worst “romance” I’ve ever read. Which is why I don’t read many of them and there are few authors on that list of mine. As I write this, I still have 15 more pages to go a ...more
Talk Supe
Perfect way to say ADIEU to RobSten and the last and upcoming Twilight saga movie, Breaking Dawn 2. This is a straight up parody and like most parodies go, the storyline is exaggerated with a couple of laughs here and there. I'm not a big Twilight fan so I don't take personal offense to how the characters were portrayed but if you are, I suggest you pick another fanfic to read.

If you liked Fifty Shames of Earl Grey, you might like Literary Heroine too.

- Braine
A very interesting look at what it takes to make a best selling novel and have it turned into a movie. This was a very good read to give you ideas and help form your opinions on what is valid entertainment and what is just there to make a dollar. I am looking forward to reading additional bossks from this author.
Jun 01, 2012 Lisa rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: "for everyone who loathes sparkly vampires. And last but not least: for Twihards."
If you look at this book like a parody that it is, then it is pretty great. it was a fun quick read. some moments were harsh, but that is because i also like the twilight series (and hunger games and possibly the fifty shades series (haven't read that one yet))
Gatha  G Namboothiri
I am not writing a detailed review as it might sound very harsh.Maybe there are people who like this,but I am not one among them.Honestly,I hate this.
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The Humour Club: Literary Heroin: Twilight Parody 2 7 Apr 28, 2012 07:56AM  
Jess is an author / artist / non-conformist who loves original stories and seeking the truth.

She blogs about Singapore's political history. As of 2015, she'll be spending less time in the indie publishing scene.

NOTE FROM JESS: Thanks for all the support/messages over the years! I share some thoughts in a 'reflections' post as to why I no longer feel that indie publishing is the right scene for me.
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