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If a boy ever radiated danger like that I would run as fast as I could as far away as I could from him.
And the whole who-ha about keeping the bad guy from catching her. What is the worst that could happen?
But today I read this review on Breaking Dawn and now I think they are not going to be my thing - REVIEW HAS SPOILERS.
I hope it's just the tone of the review putting me off because I will be very annoyed at buying all three if I really am going to dislike them.
ETA - REVIEW HAS SPOILERS
I, personally, have NOT read the books, nor participated in the discussions, but have gone to see the movie a week after its release (there were 6 people in the audience, including us). But, I know that the movie leaves a lot of the actual story of the book somewhere on the cutting room floor, if it was ever filmed at all. I know this because, despite my desire to not want to hear about the book, I got a synopsis (i.e., the book abbreviated by only a few words) of each chapter, from my wife (whom I love dearly). I started having very Van Gogh-like thoughts.
Ignoring the obvious unreality (the existence of vampires and werewolves, for example), I don't think one could suspend enough disbelief to make the story plausible. I suspect that people who enjoyed Twilight and the rest of the series are people who also believe that their pets are anthropomorphic. MrsHouseLibrary believed that even her frogs and toads ~loved~ her and were affectionate towards her. I'm sure these two things are related.
The fourth book is the first book, but from Edward's perspective. Gag me with a spoon!!!
*** ETA: She even named the Cockatiel after the doctor!!
and books are good ?
and cubbie kid 27?
i mean, think about that. what does SHE do when she comes home from work?!
POLE DANCE WITH A VAMPIRE?!?!?!?
Although I do not understand how the same author also wrote The Host. I liked that one, it had more (and better) romance and plot in one book than Twilight had in all four.