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Twilight Book Review

Twilight Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Nov 24, 2008
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Love comes in all shapes and sizes, at strange times and in strange ways. But for Bella Swan, love comes in a different species—she’s in love with a vampire. Join Bella and the mysterious Cullen family in Twilight.

Author: Stephenie Meyer

Love comes in all shapes and sizes, at strange times and in strange ways. But for Bella Swan, love comes in a different species—she’s in love with a vampire. Join Bella and the mysterious Cullen family in Stephenie Meyer’s [kwlink 3246]bestselling teen novel, Twilight.

The Rainy Town of Forks

When Bella Swan moves to the rainy town of Forks, Washington, she expects her new life to be as dull and dreary as the weather. But when she arrives at her new school, she spots the Cullen family—five mysterious teenagers who are ghostly pale, yet irresistibly beautiful. Bella becomes fascinated with the Cullen’s, particularly the youngest, Edward.

The Cullen Family

Bella quickly discovers why the Cullen’s look so different, and why they separate themselves from the rest of the town—they’re vampires. But they’re not the typical bloodsucking creatures of the night who fear garlic like the ones in horror movies. The Cullen’s feast on animal blood instead of humans, and to them, garlic is simply a [kwlink 7000]smelly seasoning.

The Cullen’s aren’t related by blood, but they’ve lived together as a family for over one hundred years. They avoid humans to protect their secret from the people of Forks…until Edward meets Bella, that is.

Forbidden Love

Edward is captivated by Bella—by the smell of her blood, and how she’s the only person whose thoughts he can’t hear. Their friendship quickly grows into a love so strong that they feel empty in every moment they spend apart. But their relationship is dangerous. It puts the town, the Cullen family and, most of all, Bella at risk.

The Bottom Line

Love has no boundaries. Love conquers all. The forbidden love between Edward and Bella makes Twilight one of the most addictive teen novels of all time. Even if you don’t like stories about vampires, you’ll love this book. It’s dangerous, emotional and extremely well written. So read the novel, and then check out the Twilight movie starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson.

Twilight Rating: 5

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