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Written on: 11/01/2012 by mrico42 (2 reviews written)
I had a long drive ahead of me and i took this audio book from my girlfriend. It was a great time killer and very entertaining. Like the book better than the movie, as is most cases. I can see why the kids go bonkers for it… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/01/2011 by Tafkar66 (25 reviews written)
Love these books - they are fantastic for all ages. Both my 13year old daughter and I love them and she has read them several times over.
The films are great also - and stay close enough to the book to be accurate without being too long winded.
Thoroughly enjoy and recommend to all ladies out there… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/01/2011
i think it was really good book and it is a bit scary but not too scary and its amazing book… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/09/2010 by BCH2 (3 reviews written)
I found Twilight a slow book to read. it took me quite a while to get through the book but it is still a nice book to read. I did find it a bit boring in places but it's not the worst book out of the 4!… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/09/2010 by delicateme (6 reviews written)
I believe this is an amazing book. The way the author presents her ideas makes me want to read many more of her books. She is so talented. When i first saw the book it was the day after it came out. i went out and bought it. i thought it was going to be the dumbest book i ever read but i was so wrong. as the old saying goes, "you cant judge a book by its cover" its true i was wrong about this book. it is now one of my favorite books and i would recommend it to many of my friends and… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/08/2010
Worst books I ever had to endure, there a lack of plot, characters as flat as they can be, twisting Shakespeares', Austens'and Brontes' great stories into riddiculoust shapes and shades.
If that I novels than I must be Spiderwomen.
There so poor language and vocabulary that I am really astonished that they are written by a navite english speaker.
This works could be valuable only after editing and rewritting in a short story form, they can't be called novels. both main characters are really… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/07/2010 by SoYeun (2 reviews written)
Way before the blockbuster movies came out my sister and best friend recommended a book called Twilight. A fan of the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and big young adult fiction reader, they thought I'd really like the story of a shy girl sent to live with her dad in a small town who accidentally falls in love with the local vampire. I gobbled this book up the way Edward desperately wants to sink his teeth into Bella. The story is simple but so enjoyable. Bella is a girl I can easily relate… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/07/2010
This book is, let's face it, for women. However, aside from that, and hence the flowery writing and obsessive love story, it was a good read (please, ye who read this, do not be offended by what I have just said. I am not referring to all women as being romantic writers).
The book showed a flowing development in the relationship between the two main characters, and, although the plot isn't particularly strong, it really made you feel for them, for Bella, for Edward. The conflicting opinions… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/06/2009 by HayleyPJ (1 review written)
I didn't think a book would ever be able to effect me as much as Stephenie Meyer's Twilight the first book had, it was Consuming, totally Heart Warming, Exciting and I couldn't put it down - Then 'New Moon' came along............. WOW! Stephanie Meyer has such an amazing gift for describing the love between Bella and Edward that you actually FEEL it yourself and for the time your reading, your transported to the fantasy world of 'Forks' - you are 'Bella' you actually feel the pain of separation… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/04/2009
Twilight by Stephenie Meyer is just a truely amazing book… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/02/2009 by leolutero (2 reviews written)
The first book of the smash book series Twilight is a must have. The nice narration, unique plot and entertaining writing The unique way of Meyer ' s writing stirs your emotion as you venture through Bella ' s narration of her life in a new town and the misadventures of being hopelessly and wrongly in love with a vampire, Edward… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/01/2009 by xoxbest book everxox (2 reviews written)
Stephenie Meyer, Twilight. i am itching to read the other ones so i am just gonna keep this short: U HAVE TO READ IT!
Its sooo good..HONESTLY i would never of read it judging it by the cover and back cover...but it appeals to everyones taste! it just shows how a book can take over u, how u can become a part of the book u fell that u are there the whole time..just....watching..its amazing.....when u read u just want more...and i am being 100% true about this...... You Will Fall IN LOVE WITH… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/01/2009 by FoxyTatiana (2 reviews written)
Stephenie Meyer, Twilight. A reasonable read. Stereotype characters, why do girls always have to be weak and saved by guys? In this case I greatly preferred Who is Charlie Keeper? than Twilight .A good book but not the best by any means… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/12/2008 by welshgirl44 (35 reviews written)
The quality of writing by Stephanie Meyer is quite frankly amazing, she has a rare talent of getting you into the story completely, for a while I had trouble in believing what was real and what was not (sounds a little sad but true). I could not put the books down (yes all of the series) and people may have got annoyed with me. I truly did not sleep and I just could not rest not knowing what was going to happen. The characterization is amazing with no flaws, and the language within the… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/11/2008 by 9lives (3 reviews written)
Twilight is ridiculous! I can't see how anyone could actually buy the rest of the books. They are not worth it. This series is for people who don't know what a good vampire book is and are simple-minded!… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2008
A new look at the myth of vampires I had never heard of before. Very interesting interaction between the main characters, takes a twist at the end to reach a dramatic finish… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/09/2008
Everyone must read and Stephenie Meyer has to write more in the series. I loved the book, loved them, loved them, loved them loved them. I'm not normally the type to reread books but i would definitely reread if i could get my hands on a copy again… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/06/2008
I would quite seriously recommend the book to anyone of any age, but as a fantasy romantic novel it may not be everyone's cup of tea. The general story is about a girl and her vampire boyfriend - sounds peculiar, I know, but I assure you it is beautifully written and will absorb you from start to finish… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2008 by Harriet Klausner (18660 reviews written)
Little, Brown, Sep 2006, $10.99
Seventeen year old Isabella Swan leaves her newly married mother in Phoenix to live with her father Charlie, the police chief of Forks, Washington on the Olympic Peninsular; a four hour flight to a place she has never visited, but life starts anew for her. Her first day at Forks High School leaves her nervous as there were three hundred and fifty seven students yesterday who know each other. Today there is one more… Read Full Review
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