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Twilight

By Stephenie Meyer

  • Genre: Horror, Monsters & Ghosts, Books, Young Adult, Fiction, Fantasy, Romance, Coming of Age
  • File Size: 2.11 MB

Description

Fall in love with the addictive, suspenseful love story between a teenage girl and a vampire with the book that sparked a "literary phenomenon" and redefined romance for a generation (New York Times).
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 balanced precariously on the point of a knife -- between desire and danger.
Deeply romantic and extraordinarily suspenseful, Twilight captures the struggle between defying our instincts and satisfying our desires. This is a love story with bite.
It's here! #1 bestselling author Stephenie Meyer makes a triumphant return to the world of Twilight with the highly anticipated companion, Midnight Sun: the iconic love story of Bella and Edward told from the vampire's point of view.
"People do not want to just read Meyer's books; they want to climb inside them and live there." -- Time
"A literary phenomenon." -- The New York Times

Review

  • so G O O D

    By jamaicanbhd
    Amazing!! I wish the movie was more like the book. Only little things, but all those little things add up. You get to see Bella for who she really is behind all that “awkwardness” & Edward. He’s nowhere as serious as they make him in the movie. He’s that goofy, caring & playful boyfriend who’s crazy in love also & not afraid to show it in the book
  • Love it

    By chorltte flarile
    So I watched the movies first and feel in love with recommend for all people that love romance and it was the best i Evan bought 6 dolls from it and the trivia game so good and the best actors I think Jackson rathbone, Ashley Greene, Nikki reed, and kellan lutz should be in more. Movies love the first one and Robert and Kristen are my hero’s and Nikki reed🤩🤩
  • So good

    By nels2714
    I love love love this book definitely recommend
  • Sick

    By carolinakk
    I think the book is sick <3 and I love the background of the characters
  • I think 🧛‍♂️ R👎

    By Boardz20
    They creep me out
  • Love

    By hxoctx
    It was great!!!!!!
  • I’m addicted (seriously BUY THE BOOK)

    By very iptight pwrson
    I fell in love with the book instantly. This book is so amazing in many many ways and it made me go into reading more. Stephanie Meyer is truly a genius cause her writing made me buy THE WHOLE SERIES! so incredible. (team edward btw...love jacob, but he’s not really my type y’know?)
  • Absolutely Horrible

    By Gigglem1
    Vampires should never ever sparkle, Bella is not a heroine of any kind and Edward is a creepy old man who sneaks into teen girl’s rooms to watch them sleep at night. No thank you.
  • So good

    By darth kitty-101
    As soon as I started reading I could barely put it down (staying up late reading it) and as soon as I finished I rushed to the library to get the second, third, and so on.
  • *Slightly Incoherent Rant Enclosed*

    By ilovegoodbooks(butwhodoesnt)
    I’m kinda shocked. I grew up with the movies. (Ya know, those movies where everything’s grey instead of green, you can FEEL Robert Pattinson’s irritation and Bella is this shaking mess 90% of the time? Yeah?) Ok, so I went into this thinking “This is gonna be so flippin cringey, isn’t it?” But I’m s h o c k e d. Bella isn’t a normal heroine. She doesn’t walk with natural poise, she has low self-esteem, she’s emotional, she’s clumsy, needles make her nauseous, she’s not indestructible, she’s not perfect, etc. But she’s vulnerable—human—and frankly much stronger than I am in many ways. (especially at seventeen!) I found myself relating to her—rooting for her—more often than not, and I’m pleased with that. Edward is still... Puzzling (and entirely in need of Respect Women Juice™️) but he’s endearing and not even HALF as creepy as Robert portrayed him to be. He was protective and kind; always, *always*, looking after Bella’s well-being. Being Team Jacob from the start made this book (and will likely make every book after it) very freakin’ painful. Just... throwing that out there. (Did y’all know that when we meet him he’s this tiny 15 year old??? Like... he’s a literal baby and idk how I feel about it) And lastly THE. CULLEN. FAMILY. Wow, I love them. Gosh, they’re so amazing, complex and adorable??? But they’re vampires??? I just *flails* I love all of them. So, in short, this book was amazing. It’s only flaw, really, was how often Bella remarked on how ‘godlike’ or ‘gorgeous’ Edward was. I got tired of that really quick. Otherwise, it was entirely amazing: I gib 9/10. (coulda used more Wholesome-Vampiric-Family-Moments™️)