Saturday, November 2, 2013

Book Review: Twilight (The Twilight Saga, Book 1), By Stephanie Meyer

Twilight (Twilight Saga, book 1)
By: Stephanie Meyer
ISBN-13: 978-0307280909
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Self-exiled to her least favorite place on the planet, the last thing Bella Swan expects to find is a relationship; but when her boyfriend turns out to be a “vegetarian” vampire, she finds herself willingly thrust into a dangerous romance that could claim her life in more than one way.

Stephanie Meyer entices the reader's curiosity with her unique take on vampires. The book reads well and the characters are enjoyable, though somewhat shallow. The story focuses on a relationship that, while completely inadvisable and warped in reality, is entertaining and mildly believable in fantasy.

Parents should be aware that the book contains the use of medication to induce sleep, manipulative flirting, lying/deception, violent injuries, obsessive adoration/love, and large quantities of sensual physical contact – although the individuals do technically remain chaste.

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