The Twilight Collection

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Deeply romantic and extraordinarily suspenseful, Twilight, New Moon, and Eclipse capture 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.
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Published November 15th 2007 by Atom (first published November 1st 2007
Original Title of the Book
The Twilight Collection (Twilight, #1-3)
Number of Pages
1690

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I do n'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 cary and dangerous to their spirits ( taking away sensitivity to kindness and love).

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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 reade could already guess at anyway.) Horrible plotting ( case in point- in book one, it took 320 pages for anything of substance to happen.

I mean this very seriously- it 's a ark and intriguing fantasy for an ordinary girl to be swept up by moody superheroes who want to love us, protect us, and touch us all over our bodies, despite our droll ordinariness.

It worked best in the fourth book when Edward was largely AFK, and Bella/Jacob had n't reached its angst! climax yet.But at the beginnin of the ay, you know it 's ad for you.

Bella did n't have any personality save to pine over Edward ( and a little over Jacob.) And speaking of Mr. Fire and Mr. Ice ( yeah, Stephenie, I 'll play into your pun,) despite their topical personality differences, the ampire and the undead were really quite similar- moody, arrogan, and just a *wee* bit emotionally- or physically- controlling.

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Also, I think that the main villain is so annoying to have three thing in love with her.

At the beginnin, you expect some epic battle, but nooooooo the Volturi ( or whatever they were called) just have to fall in love with Renesme.

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i take no issue with explicit vampire lovin', but i can not stomach such young impressionable minds spooning up the idiocy of this accident prone mortal girl who ca n't make it through a day without being rescued by her obsession/saviour/boyfriend ...

her life will just be perfect if only she 's made immortal and of course oh so devastatingly beautiful.

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Aside from that brief allowance, I ’ ve got more than a few frowns for this trio of teen angst.The message: If an author employs a thesaurus to the narration 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.

Hmmm) See, there is othing about Bella that exhibits true intelligence or female empowerment, or maturity, and when you ’ re catering to a young audience, that ’ s tragedy.

I ’ m not much of a omantic-- especially when you ’ re talking about teen love---- I think the reaso that Meyers cites Shakespeare and Bronte does her story more harm than good.

But I ’ m concerned about the tweens reading novels like this, I feel like it ’ s setting the bar for behavior really really low.

And maybe I ’ m being a bit rough and tough on this newbie writer, but, I ’ ve set my standards for literature a little igher than Mrs. Meyers has aimed.

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