Book Review: Twilight

MiKayla Evans, WHS Reporter

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Twilight

The clique love story between a vampire, a werewolf and the new girl who just moved to Forks to live with her father Charlie. Though you may think that reading about a love story (more like love triangle) will be boring and that there will be no plot. This book has action and mystery with some drama thew into the pot. Its a really good book that makes you want to keep reading. The drama and action pulls you right in and leaves you wanting more. Bella being the new girl makes her the main event when it comes to entertainment, with unexpected turn events, she catches the most desired guy of the whole school’s eye. When falling in love with a vampire it becomes the one thing you live for, especially for Bella. It’s a rush, being with someone who can never age, feel tired, die, feel pain and even run faster than everyone around you. All because of a “lion falling in love for a sheep”…

 

New Moon

This sequel starts out with it being Bella’s birthday. The Cullens throw her a party but when certain events occur at the party, things quickly start to spiral. Edward and the rest of the Cullens leave town, leaves Forks and Bella behind. When Bella can’t cope with Edward and the rest of the Cullens being gone, she becomes reckless and depressed. (This is where the third person in the love triangle comes into the picture.) When Jacob comes along and starts to make Bella feel things again and makes her start living outside of the house, she starts to adjust and not focus on the Cullens as much. Jacob stops coming around and stops talking to her, she starts to call and visit more often than usual trying to find out what’s wrong with him. She soon discovers what he’s been hiding but it doesn’t seem to surprise her as much as it would have if she didn’t know about vampires.

This book was probably my favorite out of the entire series because it has more drama in it. Though if you have not read the first book I highly recommend reading the first one before digging into this one or the rest of the books.

 

(Do Not Rely on the movies for AR Tests!!!!!)

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