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ISBN: 0316015849

ISBN13: 9780316015844

Twilight (The Twilight Saga, Book 1)

(Book #1 in the Twilight Series)

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Isabella Swan's move to Forks, a small, perpetually rainy town in Washington, could have been the most boring move she ever made. But once she meets the mysterious and alluring Edward Cullen, Isabella's life takes a thrilling and terrifying turn. Up until now, Edward has managed to keep his vampire identity a secret in the small community he lives in, but now nobody is safe, especially Isabella, the person Edward holds most dear. The lovers find themselves...

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Great condition for a preowned book. Really looks likes new.

The Twlight Saga

Everybody should know what this series is about by now. It's my 4th or 5th time reading these books. I'm a sucker, what can I say.

You can never read this series too many times!!!

Stephanie includes a lot of neat details that aren't in the movies. For example, the movies do not include the connection between Alice and James. I thought it was nice to have that little back story. Enjoy!

Not my favourite but it is okay... 😅

I have nothing against this story. I kinda like it. Okay, I have a soft spot for it so that's keeping me from burning it. Truthfully speaking. I hate love stories. Period. But this one is a little okay in my reading list because it has vamps. Reviews are for you. The one who wants to buy this book and I'll help you. Okay? If I don't like this book, doesn't mean you should too. First thing first. It is a story about this hopeless girl, who fell in love with the Mr perfect guy. Tadah. If you're interested, go on buy it. If you are anticipating in some actions that will leave you on the edge of your seat, you better grab HP or PJO. It does have some actions but not thrilling enough. Therefore my review is buy it IF you love classics love stories. IF you love mystery and and actions stop reading other reviews and my advice is to scroll up and search for HP or PJO.

I'm surprised at all the anger some people have over this series...

In Defense of the Book... Alright, alright. Calm down. So, some of you didn't enjoy the book. The biggest downfall to this series is not that it is jam-packed with cliches, or that Bella is completely hopeless. The biggest downfall has got to be the marketing--the fact that every one of you disappointed readers had gotten your hopes up for 'the next big thing,' only to find that it wasn't to your liking. Let me point out that 1) this was written for teenagers. And not in the sense that Harry Potter was written for teenagers--because it wasn't--but this was made specifically catering to the girly longings most teenage girls have. Yes, it appeals to some of us adults. I found it a refreshing change from my complex, heavy-plotted novels that I've grown bored of as of late. 2) Yes, Bella is hopeless. She doesn't think there is an interesting speck to her. Honestly, do any of us think such things? Bella would HARDLY be interesting if she knew she was beautiful. If she had one talent to her, aside from the protection her mind has from any sort of assault, everyone would be griping about that. I remember reading a book about a woman who had a dozen talents. I hated her for it. and 3) Yes, of course the book is remarkably cheesy at times. Sometimes, it's what we want. The series only gets cheesier, mind you. And I loved every moment of it. Almost. (I found myself angry with a certain character in 'Eclipse.' But not angry with Meyer. Still, the anger lasted for quite some time.) I'm a writer, too. It's made reading books a little less enjoyable, because I'm constantly picking at other novels. I barely finish them nowadays, and if I do, it takes me ages. Of course there were problems with Twilight. There are problems with every novel. And I can see why some people wouldn't enjoy the book just as I can see why so many girls adore it. If you take the book too seriously... if you expect something life-changing, of course you aren't going to like it. But the book was fun. I had fun. Amazingly, I finished all three books in less than a week. I couldn't put them down. My Review Despite some flaws in the novel... and I'm not talking about grammatical or spelling errors, I'm talking about odd glitches in the plot... I ADORED it, Stephenie Meyer. I'm amazingly picky about vampire novels, and I HATE romance novels right down to my core. But I loved this series. I loved Bella... she was human to me. She was selfish, and she struggled to be seen as good while all the while letting her desires win over. I loved her attitude, and her sarcasm. I love that she was very weird. And of course, I loved Edward, but that I won't get into. That's only because I'm a girl. There was never a boring moment, to me, in the entire series. I devoured each book in record time... and quickly moved on to the next. Now, I'm left with a horrible ache as I wait for August to roll around. Maybe I'll try The Host next, to ease my longing. In fact, that has to be one of my complaints--where

Awesome Romance Without Any Objectionable Content.

Looking for a great gift for a teen girl, but hate all the objectionable content in Young Adult books? This is a real pageturner. It is an absolutely fabulous book. My female teen patrons (I'm a librarian) adored it and begged for the sequel. I could go on and on. But, especially interesting to more conservative parents, it is rated G (as is the sequel).

WOW

All I can say is: OH.MY.GOD. It was wonderful. I laughed, I cried, I read it ten times. I have never read a vamp. book as good as this one. Anne Rice writes wonderful books- but this one is just so modern that it's easier to relate to. Thats all there is to it: this book is fantastic. Just have to say- I can't wait to read it again. Favorite line: "As if you could outrun me!"

It's my new favorite book.

When I first picked up this book, I wasn't expecting much, just another book that would just sit on the shelf collecting dust. But when I started reading it, I couldn't put it down. It's one of those books that you can really feel like you're in the book. I loved the book so much, I was sad when it ended, I wanted to read more. Then ending almost killed me, I want to know what happened! But I heard there is going to be a sequal so that will be better. All I have to say, is its a really good book, and if you havn't read it, you should.

Surprising Debut

I was a lot like other people in that I was nervous about reading a YA author. I wasn't expecting to feel as close to the heroine as I did. Nor was I expecting to love the story as much as I did. Bella is shy and smart and very sweet. She is in an awkward place at the beginning of the novel. Her mother recently got remarried and Bella has decided to go and live with her father for awhile so that her mom and new step father have time to spend together. Her father lives in a rainy gloomy place that Bella has a very hard time acclimating to, since she has spent most of her life in Phoenix. She starts a new school and meets an interesting variety of people. Amazingly enough she makes a few friends her first day. There at the new school is where she first spots Edward Cullen. He and his brothers and sisters are by far the most beautiful kids at school. They are also the most aloof and isolated. Bella is immediately intimidated and fascinated at the same time. She finds that she has a class with Edward and thus begins their rather tumultuous and intense relationship. Edward misses a lot of school, she never sees him on a day where there are no clouds, and she never sees him eat. All of these things make her curious and eventually he is forced to share his secret and to admit how much she means to him. This is a very sweet book. I would say almost perfect for teenagers. Edward loves Bella with a very pure love. He is aware at all times that he could harm her without really even trying. His restraint and pain at holding back his affection for her is very real. Her determination to be a part of his life and to accept his darkness, no matter what, is equally inspiring. This is definitely a book that I will recommend at the bookstore I work.

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