A Summary and Review of Twilight
There is no redeeming quality in this book, except perhaps the fact that it sucks the reader in, forcing them to finish it in a single day *cough cough.* Meyer writes Twilight as if the reader has a brain the size of her writing-talent, telling them every little detail of what happens inside each character's mind. She doesn't leave any room for mystery, suspense, or intrigue. The characters walk around like they have sticks up uncomfortable places, and have cut-out and dried personalities. Not to mention stereotypical. It's sad that the author obviously wanted Bella to be a strong female character, but instead, makes her totally useless. Her "love" with Edward literally consists of them staring into each other's eyes all day arguing about who's prettier (I swear I'm not making this up).
Twilight should be rotting on some smart publisher's desk with a pile of rejection letters, instead of being compared to Harry Potter and literally gaining the title "THE GREATEST NOVEL SINCE PRIDE AND PREJUDICE." No. Just no.