All tagged Stephenie Meyer
As promised, Stephenie Meyer's Twilight is the second book in our first pages study session this month in honor of National Novel Writing Month. Why? Again because both the Harry Potter series and The Twilight Saga were instrumental in changing the face of children's book publishing.
"I'd never given much thought to how I would die--though I'd had reason enough in the last few months--but even if I had, I would not have imagined it like this."
I STAND CORRECTED!! I can admit when I'm wrong. In an earlier post, I note (complain) that Edward doesn't tell Bella that he loves her, but he DOES. It just takes a while for him to say the actual words. Also, page 363 holds a steamy--but not R-rated--kiss that I thought was written well.
Welcome back to our EPIC read-along of Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. When we last left our two love birds, well, they were just starting to become love birds. In this section, Edward declares his undying/immortal love for Bella. Wait, that didn't happen. HE NEVER TELLS HER HE LOVES HER! This bothered me so much the first time I read Twilight that I kept having to re-read the meadow scene. Why can't he say the words?!! Is it because he's a teenage boy? Albeit, he's lived longer than I have, but vampires don't change, right?