Twilight by Stephanie Meyer

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Well, I drank the Kool-aide.

Yes, I loved it. I Couldn’t put it down. Couldn’t get enough of it. Want more of it.

I went into it very skeptical. I am not a fan of the vampire story genre. In fact I couldn’t get through the first chapter of The Vampire Lestat by Anne Rice. But I really, really enjoyed this book.

Some of the dialog is really cheesy as is the whole, “You can’t love me because I’m too dangerous” thing. But I still loved it and can’t wait to read the next one.

If you are not familiar with the plot it can be summed up:
Girl falls in love with a vampire. Vampire falls in love with a girl. Vampire wants to murder girl but saves her life multiple times instead.

It really appealed to my inner teenager girl. I definitely recommend it. I is every bit as good as everyone says it is.

2 thoughts on “Twilight by Stephanie Meyer

  1. yay! I loved it too and I totally relate to the appealing-to-my-inner-teenager bit. I think the books would be completely throwaway if the characters weren’t so compelling. They really got under my skin, in a good way. The next 2 are just as good. The 4th, well… not so much, sadly.

    PS: LOVE the redesign! Looks awesome around here 🙂


  2. I have to disagree with Amanda! I loved Twilight, loved New Moon, didn’t love Eclipse, and looooved Breaking Dawn! Happy reading (and try City of Bones next!). -Your Friendly Neighborhood Teen Librarian


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