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The Twilight Collection (Twilight, #1-3) Deeply Romantic And Extraordinarily Suspenseful,Twilight,New Moon, AndEclipsecapture The Struggle Between Defying Our Instincts And Satisfying Our Desires This Stunning Set Includes Three Hardcover Books, Two Full Color Posters And Exclusive Tattoos, And Makes The Perfect Gift For Fans Of This Bestselling Vampire Love Story.


About the Author: Stephenie Meyer

I was born in Connecticut in 1973, during a brief blip in my family s otherwise western U.S existence We were settled in Phoenix by the time I was four, and I think of myself as a native The unusual spelling of my name was a gift from my father, Stephen ie me Though I have had my name spelled wrong on pretty much everything my entire life long, I must admit that it makes it easier to Goo



10 thoughts on “The Twilight Collection (Twilight, #1-3)

  1. says:

    stephenie meyer, i spit in your general direction i started the series because they are the obsession of every twelve year old girl i work with, i finished them because i wanted to be able to condemn them with a clear conscience i take no issue with explicit vampire lovin , but i cannot stomach such young impressionable minds spooning up the idiocy of this accident prone mortal girl who can t make it through a day without being rescued by her obsession saviour boyfriend who is so beautiful beyond reason that the author had to spend pages upon pages outlining the details of his perfection barf the entire second book is about how she s so heartbroken she can t even remember to feed herself vomit her life is so messed up because she s in love with a vampire and her best friend the werewolf is in love with her, oh it s all so complicated retch her life will just be perfect if only she s made immortal and of course oh so deva...


  2. says:

    Here we go.Twilight New Moon Eclipse Small nod to Mrs Meyers for spawning a series that continues to captivate a young audience Aside from that brief allowance, I ve got than a few frowns for this trio of teen angst.The message If an author employs a thesaurus to the narrative of a high school girl I dare not say heroine, because Ms Swan is surely not one of these , the reader should instinctively accept that said female is responsible and intelligent, which somehow must quantify the desperate tortured obsession she confuses for love With a pretty vampire boy Personally, I have been concerned about Bella for awhile, and annoyed, and horrified We know Bella must be in love with Edward because Because Right Oh, because he s sexy and because he loves her, naturally At least the vamps psychology is slightly better chalk it up to blood lust and the fact that Bella s brain is dysfunctional obviously but attractive Hmmm See, there is nothing about Bella that exhibits true intelligence or female empowerment, or maturity, and when you re catering to a young audience, that s tragic Maybe that s the point though..let s drop the standards for today s youth even Maybe we can all be as shallow and hor...


  3. says:

    I don t think this series is good for young adults because it introduces them to dark things like Vampires and suggests that it s okay in this series they are friendly and civilized But once the intrigue with this subject has been placed in the children s minds, they will probably want to read other vampire books which could be scary and dangerous to their spirits taking away sensitivity to kindness and love I also think the main character is a terrible role model as she gives into her weaknesses She is always upset sad, mad, or worried scared And she doesn t become better and better, she simply gives into her feelings and acts like she has no control over them She is with a guy because she feels she has no other choice because of the way she feels away from him She doesn t need him because she loves him Quite the opposite, s...


  4. says:

    Feeling a bit nostalgicTwilight Re read July 14 July 16, 2014 It s twilight It s the safest time of the day for us. The easiest time But also the saddest, in a way the end of another day, the return of the night Darkness is so predictable, don t you think So ready for this to be the end, for this to be the twilight of your life, though your life has barely started You re ready to give up everything Seeing as this was the first vampire book I ever read and was able to enjoy the first three books before they became a phenomenon, it was fun going back to my YA paranormal roots and revisiting this cast for a few days There s so much I seemed to have forgotten about the books that I read over seven years ago, but one thing remains vivid The Meadow was a captivating scene.Some random thoughts I would have like to have my original cast back in my imagination With the exception of Charlie, I liked my own conjured up version of Edward and Bella.I just couldn t read this in eBook I pulled out my tattered paperback that I must have read over 5 times and a Borders bookmark fell out That really made me sad I forgot how hungry th...


  5. says:

    So I just read the first three Twilight books, and I m not moving onto the fourth in the near future, because I need to clear my head of all this tsuris PSo let s clear everything up right away The Twilight books are horrible Horrible writing seriously, did we have to go through every step of Bella s days Horrible characterization honestly, Bella s intuition had to do with how quickly Stephenie wanted to unveil a plot point that the readers could already guess at anyway Horrible plotting case in point in book one, it took 320 pages for anything of substance to happen And in book two, Bella had a moment with Edward near the end where she basically told him flat out, hold on, Edward, my internal monologue is informing me and therefore the readership of my personal growth arch Isn t it wonderful To Stephenie Meyer you might want to substitute a little action for dialogue every once in awhile Makes the character development a little believable and less boring And no, it doesn t count when the superher...


  6. says:

    These books are very well written and great for Young Adult readers I fell in love with the first book, and couldn t wait to get my hands on the next ones The first in the series is being made into a movie to come out this December, and the author is a Chandler native Book four in Aug 08.


  7. says:

    My annoyance with this series is that it sucks you no pun intended with the promise of a good story that in the end doesn t deliver If I could have be certain from the onset that this series were about cheese than substance, I could have laughed with everyone else Instead I read a story that should have ended afar book one with at a bite that never should have been taken back Had I heard about the series after the completion of Breaking Dawn and could hear such mockings as he cuts open her uterus with his teeth or comments about pillow feathers and baby imprinting I would with horror wonder why anyone would read such a series All the readers who avoided the hype are now justified because it turned out to be all they mocked it to be I read the first book when I didn t know anything about it, back when the story was still worth telling I would have preferred it if it had been one book that left my imagination and sites of fan fiction to create a happily ever after instead of being beaten with a stick until there is nothing left of the story to tell Then I could ignore my personal issues with the message of the story for the fun of the fantasy.Those messages annoy as much as the unjustified romance This book is being thrust unsuspecting into the arms of a generation of girls and told it is a clean book because the...


  8. says:

    This review gets five stars only because I have been drawn into the world Meyer has created Despite all my inner workings I actually like the story The writing isn t spectacular, but it s the story itself that folds you in and holds you.I ll admit it, I ve read the series than once The second time was just pure pleasure I was unwilling to leave the little world Meyer had created The third yes I know, I m letting my nerd flag fly high here was to try and figure out WHY I enjoyed it so much I dissected all the things I liked and dislike about it This is what I ve gleaned.My BIGGEST gripe with this series is Bella I m sorry, but as an woman, reading these books can be teeth grinding at times She is SO wimpy She relies not on her inner strength, but men She whines, faints, sleeps entirely too much, and in general just waits around to be rescued True, she gets herself into trouble because she thinks she needs to take action Ultimately her actions are futile She ALWAYS needs to be carried, saved, and take care of.Further, she has NO life I can accept that Meyer s characters aren t terribly deep But can t Bella have a life outside of Edward Where is her independence I recently posted again with the nerd flag here on a goodreads discussion board expres...


  9. says:

    i loved the books and to all the bitches that dont like it are missing the best parts and are only reading it beacause you want to see why every one talks about it so much and are missing the whole point that you just want to be different and dis on the best series ever so fuck off and is you stop reading them in breaking dawn you miss the best thing there the wedding ,the death, the wars , the baby the sadness, anll the good things like bella getting pregnant and pushing out a rock vampire child that breaks her bone and has a speaci...


  10. says:

    A sweet and clean romantic series with a lot of conflict When I tell my husband the story is of a girl who falls in love with a vampire and becomes friends with a werewolf it sounds rather corny, but the series is not as you feel the frustrations and agony of the main character, Bella The series draws you in as you wonder how Bella will resolve the conflict between her friends, between this w...


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