Twilight - Stephenie Meyer Reviews
Description:ISBN 1904233651 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Stephenie Meyer / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 464 Pages / Book is published ... more
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by - written on 06/02/08 (Very useful, 203 readings)
Twilight, by Stephenie Meyer, is one of my favourite books! It is the first in a series of novels exploring the relationship between a high school student and a vampire, and although it is aimed at a young adult audience, it is enjoyable for adults too. The story is told by Bella, a 17-year old student who decides to move in with her dad in a small American town called Forks (where it rains most days of the year), leaving behind her mum and the sunshine of Phoenix, Arizona. Bella has her reasons for moving, but hates Forks and the rain, and is convinced that her time there is going to be miserable. Things go from bad to worse on her first day at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/09, updated on 19/03/09 (Very useful, 308 readings)
'Twilight' was written by Stephenie Meyer and is the first instalment of the eminent series. The book seduced the hearts of mostly female teenagers who were compelled by the compulsive love story between Bella, an ordinary seventeen year old girl, and the remarkably handsome Edward Cullen who holds a dark formidable secret which is anything but ordinary. Cullen is also seventeen years old, but his youthful looks are a deceiving veneer; rather he is an immortal vampire and over one hundred years old. As the saying goes, 'the course of true love did never run smooth'...but especially when your boyfriend is a savage predator who excruciatingly hungers for your blood. Meyer . Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/09 (Very useful, 503 readings)
Oh my god she isn't writing a review about Lush I hear you all cry. Well no I am not that is true, I have written a Lush review to post but thought I would do something I thought I would never do and write about something else entirely, something not even in my own category! Books... love them, I am a bit of a book worm and I am always reading something or other. I travel to work on the bus which takes me anywhere between 15 minutes on a good day with no rush hour traffic to 40 minutes if I leave work early and attempt to get home during the school run or as schools let the little darlings out. So whilst I am sat trying to ignore the tinny sounds of mobile ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/12 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Firstly I need to point out that I am hugely appreciative of the Twilight series and of Stephanie Meyer for her literary work. Would I call myself a Twilight hard core fan-a Twihard? Probably not. Would I call myself simply a fan? Yes. Now I would, but it hasn't always been like that and I think my appreciation of the plot is very different to that of the thousands of teenage girls out there who obsess over this series. A friend recently asked me why I was reading Twilight, it was after all a teenage novel about vampires, wasn't it? I couldn't disgaree more. This was my response to her. Twilight is a love story. It's a love story where one of the main ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/13 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I first heard about Twilight from a friend I met travelling some years ago, who knowing my love of the undead, thought I might be interested in reading this book. I shunned it for 2 reasons: 1, I don't do vampires, and 2, it's a book for teenagers. Some time after that Twilight became a worldwide phenomenon, and I remained uninterested, preferring to avoid the hype. Now that things have finally died down a bit, and after frequent suggestions from several of my close friends that I should at least give it a try, I decided to read the book and judge it for myself based on its own merits. I got my paperback copy second-hand from a local charity shop, and it is easily ... Read the complete review
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