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Twilight

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"Something you said to Jessica… well, it bothers me." He refused to be distracted. His voice was husky, and he glanced up from under his lashes with troubled eyes.
"I'm not surprised you heard something you didn't like. You know what they say about eavesdropners," I reminded him.
"I warned you I would be listening." "And I warned you that you didn't want to know everything I was thinking." "You did," he agreed, but his voice was still rough. "You aren't precisely right, though. I do want to kno
...w what you're thinking — everything. I just wish… that you wouldn't be thinking some things." I scowled. "That's quite a distinction." "But that's not really the point at the moment." "Then what is?" We were inclined toward each other across the table now. He had his large white hands folded under his chin; I leaned forward, my right hand cupped around my neck. I had to remind myself that we were in a crowded lunchroom, with probably many curious eyes on us. It was too easy to get wrapped up in our own private, tense little bubble.

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Guest a year ago

I LOVE THIS BOOK AND I LOVE TWILIGHT.............................................................................................................

Guest a year ago

edward is hot and i have read this books some many times and i have watched the movie alot....... I AM A BIG TWILIGHT FAN

Guest a year ago

I LOVE THIS BOOK AND THE MOVIE ........ I HAVE READ THIS BOOK 5 TIMES I LIKE EDWARD edward is hot

Guest a year ago

I FRICKIN LOVE TWILIGHT OMG.... I READ THE WHOLE ENTIRE SERIES IN TWO WEEKS INCLUDING THE NEW ONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Guest a year ago

It took me two days to finish this book I stayed up until 2:14 to finish it even though I had class the next morning. I really like the book better than the movie, Edward and Bella have so much more personality in the book so much so that I cracked up laughing a lot. The book is a lot less awkward than the movie, but I do have to admit that I feel like Edward and Bella got touchy Feely a bit to quick and made me feel awkward. I would have liked the slow growing relationship. I thought how they kept asking each other questions and just genuinely wanting to know more about the other person was super cute. I feel like Edward is very controlling, but in a way I guess I could understand why considering how he's really not supposed to be around Bella but is any way, so he's probably taking responsibility for her life since he is the one putting her in danger. But it still annoys the independent I like to do things on my own part of me, to the point where I kinda want to punch Edward in the face. Still a good book though.

Guest 2 years ago

Finally. It took me almost two whole weeks to get all the way through it. I have a high tolerance for crap, but this was an endurance. Bella and Edward have a twisted, codependent relationship built on emotional manipulation. One is a deranged psychopath with a superiority complex, the other is a 108-year-old vampire who views humans as pieces of meat. Each is a terrible influence on the other, and that honestly makes the story more depressing than anything else. The worst character in the story, I think, was actually Bella's mother Renée. She likes the part where she gets to dote on her daughter, but not the part where she has to be a responsible adult. I believe that everything wrong with Bella is a direct result of being raised by Renée. However, the most frustrating part wasn't how messed up the characters were, it was simply how much the book drags. A chapter in Twilight is as long as two or three chapters in any other book. Just when I think a chapter is nearing the end, it keeps going. It gets so, so boring, and that's the worst sin any piece of media could commit. 3/10

Emmagirliee 2 years ago

dude this is not boring old man. And Edward feasts on animal meat ty. Go watch some golden girls dude, oh and watch the movie.

Guest 2 years ago

I've been trying to get through this thing for nearly a week, and I'm only on Chapter 8. The chapters are so friggin' long and drawn out. Just when I think a chapter will end, it keeps going. I probably wouldn't mind so much if the story were any good, but unfortunately, this is Twilight. There's only so much Bella being a sociopath and Edward being abusive that I can stand in one sitting. But, I must continue anyway.

Guest 2 years ago

Just got through the first chapter. Bella has serious issues and needs therapy. Edward is scary as fuck. And I already know the story well enough to know that it's only going to get worse from here.

Guest 2 years ago

I love the movies and the books. I saw the movies before I started reading the books and the movies were good, I can't wait to read the books. :)

Guest 3 years ago

Um this book is even more gross than I was told... Twihards, please think about some of the messages in this book before you yell at me. For example, whenever I read this I get major “you are nothing w/out a man” vibes. That’s disgusting. The plot itself is okay-ish, definitely not the kind of thing I would read, but only if you remove all of the gross moments...
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