of books was derived from Stephanie
twisted fantasies, as admitted by the author herself. This
book involves the following
falling in love purely for looks
-lack of character dynamics
-a creepy abusive vampire
being accepted as an ideal boyfriend
-Vampires being portrayed as blood-thirsty fairies
-lack of knowledge of the difference between a ware wolf and an Animagus
-A Mary Sue
who seems to know NOTHING about anything around
-lack of basic knowledge of chromosomesHalf
of the paragraphs
only talk about edward's eyes, and the other half
are blunt, dull actions written out with overused words. This book seems to support necrophelia, pedophelia, and suicidal actions being taken because someone broke up with you.
In other words, don't read this book. And all the thumbs
down for this are twilight fangirls who think they know everything.
Person1: have you read the Twilight Saga?
Person2: No, I read harry potter. JK Rowling
actually knows something about magic and mythical creatures and relationships.
1: I just wrote a book based
on my sexual fantasy
2: Great, another twilight saga.
1: Actually, I know
what a vampire
is, and I know
ware wolves don't change at will and forgot who they really are. Besides, I don't even have those
2: I guess that's okay.