"There are two motives for reading a book; one, that you enjoy it; the other, that you can boast about it." — Bertrand Russell

Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Twilight by Stephenie Meyer



TwilightTwilight by Stephenie Meyer is the first of the four books of the series. Its the story of 17 year old girl Bella who moves into Forks, thereby joining Forks High School and eventually falls irrevocably in love with a 104 year old vampire and physically seventeen, Edward Cullen though they initially resented each other. When Edward saves Bella's life with his supernatural powers, she begins unearthing the truth about him with the help of her childhood friend, Jacob Black, a werewolf known to be a lifelong enemies of the vampires. They fall in love with each other and this book follows the difficulties in their relationship and the obstacles that they have to overcome; the main one being that Edward has to resist himself from eating Bella.
Its not only a simple young adult paranormal romance novel as it has more in store for its reader. I was really suprised that I like the vampire family, the Cullens so well. Unlike most of their kind, animal blood constituted the main appetite of the Cullens. Things start getting pretty complex and scary when another vampire clan visits the town and pose a threat to Bella's life. Its the major twists and turns which makes Twilight so special. Meyer makes the character come alive with the detailed description of each and every movements and their surroundings. I simply loved this book. To be honest, I got addicted. After starting to read, I really had to face great difficulties to put my book down even for a second. Its amazing. At some point, I developed a crush on the mersmerising and dazzling vampire Edward.

7 comments:

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  2. read the book ... its amazing :D (Suku)

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  3. This creation from Stephenie Meyer hs definitely created an awe among d teenagers!

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  4. The Bella-Edward-Jacob triangle is bound 2 keep u glued til d end of d story

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  5. The description of vampire,as given by the author,is definitely mind boggling.

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  6. The pure innocence of Bella & the fire of the vampire is a beautiful combination.

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  7. ya true... Stephenie Meyer has indeed giftd us a gr8 series so far...

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