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  • Kristi Kirby

    Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer - One of my favorite book series.


    Twilight saga of course! (for book and movie) by Stephenie Meyer

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    Twilight, Book 1 By of the Twilight Series by Stephenie Meyer #books #movies #yalit

  • Lucy Wells

    As they're so popular I probably don't need to pin this in to 'books worth reading' but I'd rather pin this than rave about the movies because they're rubbish

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Unlike everyone I know who have read the saga, I actually LOVED this book. One of my faves after Breaking Dawn

In this book, the author strings you along. She doles out just enough information to make you think you've figured things out before she hits you with another revelation that changes everything. The way the story ends shows what a truly sick relationship Nick and Amy had. The path is twisted, disturbing, and irresistible.

*The American President (Michael Douglas and Annette Bening) U.S. President and a lobbyist who fall in love. Enjoyable romance.

LOVE IT SOOO MUCH, it's so smart and detailed if you like poetry and history its a good book! Gabriel's Rapture (Gabriel's Inferno, #2 )

i took these out of the library to read, and regretted it... since I want to own them so I can reread them again and again

Addictive. Picture a post-apocalyptic dystopian society with a government sanctioned version of "Survivor". The annual Hunger Games, in which two human 'tributes' from each 12 sectors of the nation, what is now left of former North America, are offered up. The object? Last one standing is the one who not only wins, but lives.

Twilight is a series of four vampire-themed fantasy romance novels by American author Stephenie Meyer. It charts a period in the life of Isabella "Bella" Swan, a teenage girl who moves to Forks, Washington, and falls in love with a 104-year-old vampire named Edward Cullen.

Most of the people saying they hate them now, were some of the staunchest fans when they first came out...personally, I still love them.

A Room with a View: E M Forster (, 2005, first published 1908). For a list of books set in Florence and links to places to buy: