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Bella 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, Bella'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 Bella, the person Edward holds most dear.
Have you ever read a book that has gotten your attention from the very beginning? Well the Twilight is one of those books, and is the best book you will ever read!
I strongly recommend Twilight as one of the greatest books teenagers and adults will read because of exciting events that take place within the book and the well-developed characters which take the reader through the novel. This book is the perfect combination of action, romance, and a bit of comedic relief and it is suitable for students from the ages of 14 and over!
The events in this novel will have you wanting more and keep you reading into the dead of night. Twilight has the perfect mix of genres. The action that occurs in the books will have the reader devouring stories of fights between not only mortals but between the immortal as well. Romantic elements make their way throughout the novel and appeals to everybody’s romantic side. Your readers will find themselves smiling at the story wherever they read it “This kiss frightened me. There was too much tension, too strong an edge to the way his lips crushed mine—like he was afraid we had only so much time left to us".
Not only the events within Twilight carry the book but the characters are also amazing and well developed. The main characters in this book provide the reader with excitement, enthusiasm and will have your readers falling madly in love with the characters. The Cullen’s will have you wishing that you were living in the book and Bella’s average looks and attitude will have you feeling like it could happen to you!
Some people say the characters are dull, strange and boring and some would even go so far as to say the book is not imaginative, is not well written and uses unrealistic situations. Well for your information it is imaginative it is well written and is does use realistic situations and the characters are just delightful
I strongly recommend Twilight as one of the greatest books teenagers and adults will read because of exciting events that take place within the book and the well-developed characters which take the reader through the novel. This is because it is absolutely lovely, it’s beautifully written, full suspense, real and has a great plot. If you read this book your mind will be blown away because it is the best book you can ever read. SO NO TIME TO WASTE AND GET READING!
“I love you more than everything else in the world combined. Isn’t that enough?” Really Bella, how long have you known him for? Only a few months! If you want to be bored to death reading a painful never ending story about a werewolf, vampire who sparkles in the sun light and an extremely dull girl named Bella then I highly recommend you read this book. But for the rest of us, who like exciting books, then stay well away! So many teenagers obsess over Twilight; they are crazy because Twilight is the most dreadful book ever written.
Twilight begins with Bella leaving her home town of Phoenix to move in with her dad in a small rainy town called Forks. She and her Dad are very similar because they are both very dreary and as exciting as a rock. Bella didn’t have much attention in Phoenix, but after her move to Forks, she soon finds herself in the spotlight at her new school, Forks High. To her astonishment many of the guys in class compete for her attention. There are plenty of girls at Forks who are much more interesting than Bella so why do all the boys like her? There is one person Bella found interesting though – Edward Cullen, the stunningly handsome guy she sits next to in Biology.
This book is unbelievably unrealistic! Vampires are not real and neither are werewolves. It is so unlikely that there would be a family of vampires living in such a small town let alone a family of werewolves as well! Also why is Bella the only one in the town who has suspicions about the Cullen’s? Edward and Bella don’t know a thing about each other and really neither does the readers! All Stephanie Myer describes is looks not personality.
Bella is the most exasperating character. Bella is meant to be so intelligent but in the book a lot of the time she really isn’t portrayed that way. It is irritating how she relies on Edward for everything. She can’t do a thing without him which includes thinking. She also isn’t a very virtuous friend either; she never cares about anyone else’s problems other than herself. She constantly tells the reader that she is a terrible liar, yet she lies to and manipulates almost every character in the story.
Twilight is tremendously mind-numbing and you should not read it! It is one of the most cliché love stories ever. This book is very unbelievable and makes no sense at all. It goes on and on and it makes you want to fall asleep. There is not one exciting character in it and the main character is the most tiresome. Do not read this book!
Twlight- book review
Forget any vampire romance you have read before, the novel Twilight portrays an enormous amount of raw emotion and intensity. You literally can’t put the book down after reading about the romance, suspense and the dreamy Edward Cullen.
Author Stephanie Meyer genuinely keeps the reader interested the whole time with her brilliant sense of suspense. The romance between Edward and Bella is both compassionate and compelling. There is a miserable feel to their forbidden love, yet at the same time they both are unwilling to give up hope that the relationship is not doomed. The book reaches a sudden change in excitement as the romance between Bella and Edward turns into a frantic race to stay alive.
The book really captivates the reader by showing our favourite super powers from mind-reading to super speed, our passion for love and friendship and even the desire to overcome aging and death. This book portrays everything that most teenage girls dream about. Come on, who wouldn’t want two handsome boys chasing after you?
Some people might argue that twilight is a little bit over dramatic, violent and unrealistic. However, the books are rooted in good old fashioned values which support monogamy and the violence is not overly graphic. The Cullens are portrayed as being almost humane in the fact that they choose to feed on animals rather than humans.
In conclusion, Twilight is an exciting, dark and modern romantic love story that many teenagers can relate to. It is filled with suspense and has many twists and turns that keep you completely hooked on the story line. If you’re a teenage girl and you love a good love story, then you will definitely enjoy Twilight.
Do you like romance? do you like fantasy? do you like vampires? Well if yes than Twilight is the book for you. Some people say that this book is to cliché and unrealistic. But what would you expect from a romantic and fantasy genre novel. You should read this novel because it is a good story line and takes the point of view of Bella and what she’s thinking. Also because it has magical characters which make the story more interesting.
Twilight is written as if you are actually Bella and are thinking the things written in the book. Isabella Swan or Bella as she likes to be called is a 17 year old girl who moved from sunny Phoenix, Arizona to gloomy forks, Washington to live with her Father Charlie. By telling the story with her thoughts it helps you to understand all the little details and how Bella actually feels about other characters and what’s happening
By having magical characters it this story the author makes it more interesting. What if this book just contained a boy and a girl that fall in love? Where is all the mystery? Where are all the challenges? If you make that boy a vampire it gets much more interesting. Instead of being a normal boy who goes to school and blends in Edward is a pale, fast, sparkling, cold, blood sucking vampire who can read minds and drinks animal blood rather than human blood. This helps the book to be different from all the others.
Stephanie Meyer has changed many people’s views on vampires. People used to think that they were scary, bloodsucking creatures that slept in coffins and had fangs. But Stephanie has made us now believe that they are gorgeous, pale, cold, and stone like humans that don’t eat or sleep and are incredibly fast.
Twilight is a marvellous novel that contains romance and fantasy. It has fantasy creatures, lots of detail as it was written as Bella’s point of view and it has changed many people’s views on twilight. All of these together make it a fantastic book. So I recommend this book for teenaged readers and above. Even if you think that it is not a good book just give it a try and read the first page and I promise you will be hooked.
If you’re into romance and suspense then this is the perfect book for you. Imagine what your life would be like if the love of your life were a vampire . . .
The book tells the story of the vampire Edward Cullen, who is described as “attractive and perfect” no more than every time the author is able to, and Bella Swan, an intelligent yet ordinary girl. Bella notices that Edward is different from every other guy; she gets closer to him and she discovers Edward’s darkest secret as she starts to fall in love with him.
Twilight is enjoyed by many people including teenagers and young adults.
Twilight is classified as a romantic vampire tale filled with suspense. In my opinion, this vampire tale is excellent. There were 4 things that I really loved about twilight; first, Twilight was a vampire tale, there was part of the story that thirsted for teenage blood, adolescent girls were unconditionally in love with it, and finally; Stephenie Meyer (writer) made me fall in love with the characters and the story.
Twilight fans write all different kinds of reviews about the book.
So here is what some have to say… “Twilight is the story of Edward and Bella’s romance. Forget any vampire romance you have read before, Twilight is so unique it is almost like it’s in its own genre. The book is marketed at Young Adult readers but it has the ability to cross age barriers and will satisfy both teenagers and adults alike. The story is told in first person from the perspective of Bella, so the reader only ever know what she knows, making Edward and his family a mystery that is slowly unravelled throughout the book. Even by the end of the book I was still thirsting for more of the Cullen family back story. Bella herself is a well written and realistic character, shy and lacking in confidence, her sarcastic inner voice narrates the story for the reader. Twilight is simply and yet beautifully written.”
Every story has 2 sides, and as a result of this, everyone’s opinions count.
”These books are seeking to destroy any glimmering hope that today's youth will emerge as a literate, intelligent generation. And, being a part of that generation myself, that's just not cool with me at all.” Written by people who dislike the novel.
For a Young Adult novel the book is quite long but don’t let that put you off reading it because each page is to be savoured. Believe me, this is one book that you won’t want to end. So get yourself a novel and enjoy!