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Elle Sam Nan
Elle Sam Nan • 3 years ago


  • Jaylen Peters
    Jaylen Peters • 2 years ago

    There's really not a "good lesson" in these books...yeah fight for what you love, but change yourself for someone who left you? give up your family for a guy who's an obvious flight risk? Edwards got more mood swings than teenage girls, and Bella cant man up and move on. it was an alright book, but I wouldn't read it again. To me it was pretty superficial...

  • Anastasia Huckvale-Dowling

    A story is a story, if someone doesn't understand that there's a bigger problem. Don't judge this series of books by it's movies, and come up with your own conclusion without feeling pressured to side with anyone else's about these books.

  • Cassandra Adams
    Cassandra Adams • 2 years ago

    I still love these books, even after the terribly made movies. I agree that Bella isn't necessarily the best role model out there, but at least she cares about the ones she loves. And there is a deeper meaning to the Cullen family and their obstainment from human blood; they seek to be redeemed for previous actions and just want to live life as righteously as possible. In a way the Twilight series is about redemption.

  • Carrie Dove
    Carrie Dove • 2 years ago

    Twilight is not about redemption. They are about the vital importance of having a boyfriend, even if that means that you lose your friends, family and even your soul. As if teenage girls don't have enough to cope with without literature this poor affecting their idea of love.

  • Anastasia Huckvale-Dowling

    I wish people would stop talking on my behalf, I am a teenage girl and I have read this book. But I know it is a book and it does not make me think I should drop everything and everyone for a boyfriend and it hasn't made anyone I know of think this way either.

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