Twilight Is Terrible And Why Stephanie Meyer Should Never Be Allowed Near Any Kind Of Writing

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Why Twilight is Terrible and Why Stephanie Meyer Should Never Be Allowed Near Any Sort of Writing Utensil

Twilight is the first book in a series of vampire-fantasy-romance novels written for teens and young adults which revolve around the lives of the two titular characters, Bella Swan and Edward Cullen, and the complications of their romantic relationship. The book is written by Stephanie Meyer and is told through the eyes of 17 year old Bella Swan, as she moves from Phoenix, Arizona to Forks, Washington to live with her father, Charlie. She soon meets Edward Cullen, a 105 year old vampire posing as a high school student. The two become infatuated with each other and form a haphazard relationship which is threatened by the fact that Edward constantly wants to kill Bella and drink her blood. Their involvement with each other leads to Bella’s life being threatened and Edward must save her. From the begging of the book, we can see that Bella may not be the most emotional or personal character based on her relationship with her father. Bella is very distant from her father, as she left him and Forks with her mother when she was only a child. She does not show much emotion or love towards him, even after he buys her a truck, and refers to him as Charlie rather than dad or father or papa or any other sort of informal noun to describe one’s father, a person who is about 50% responsible for your existence. The first few chapters discuss Bella settling into her new life in…

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