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The Twilight Saga Complete Collection by Stephenie Meyer
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Jun 06, 2011

it was ok

...I'm just gonna go ahead and let Stephen King take this one:

“Harry Potter is about confronting fears, finding inner strength and doing what is right in the face of adversity. Twilight is about how important it is to have a boyfriend.”


The one thing I will hand to Stephanie Meyer, however, is that somehow she is still aware of EXACTLY what a teenage girl wants to read. She is aware of the hero the teenage girl wants and the heroine the teenage girl wants to pretend she is. When I first read the books, I loved Edward, and I thought Bella was juuuust like meeeeeeee. As do most of the other girls on the planet, I imagine. Hell - even grown women. So kudos to Meyer for managing to bottle down in *only* four books every instance of wish fulfilment a girl could ever need in her literature.

She is still the antichrist though.
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message 1: by Garry (new)

Garry Dhesi jeremy I completely agree with u. twilight series were the first books that I ever read.i don't care what others say but Stephenie has something I had never imagined someone can ever posses.the vividness and details that take u to some other planet entirely. though I was not satisfied with the end but other books like the host and the short second life of bree tanner were good.

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