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Eclipse – by Stephenie Meyer

Eclipse is the third book in Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Series. You should read the first book, Twilight, and the second book, New Moon before reading Eclipse.

This book starts off with a love triangle. By this point in the series, it is clear that Edward and Bella are head-over-heels in love with each other and that they have become an established couple. It is also obvious that Jacob is in love with Bella, and that she has very strong feelings for Jacob. But, are those feelings love?
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New Moon – by Stephenie Meyer

New Moon is the second book in Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series. You should read the first book, Twilight, before starting New Moon.

As I was reading New Moon, I mentally renamed it as “Bella Goes Emo”. The Twilight series is intended for teenagers and young adults, and I was quite a bit older than that when I started reading it. New Moon is best read when you are the same age (or better yet, younger than) Bella is at the start of the book.

Adults who read this book might find themselves annoyed by Bella’s frequent overreactions to situations. This is especially true for adults who cannot remember how intense life seemed when they were Bella’s age.

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Twilight – by Stephenie Meyer

Twilight is a romance/horror/suspense book that can be found in the Teen or Young Adult sections of bookstores. Many books that are aimed at teenagers are a mixture of genres, and this one is no exception.

Bella is a seventeen-year-old girl who moves from living with her mom (someplace warm and sunny) to living with her dad in Washington.  It’s cold, rainy, and sometimes snowy, much to Bella’s disappointment.  Continue Reading “Twilight – by Stephenie Meyer”