By Ellen Hopkins
Fanatics of the literary phenomenon referred to as the Twilight sequence can’t aid short of extra. a brand new sunrise supplies it to them, inviting readers to hitch a few of their favourite YA authors as they give the impression of being on the sequence with clean eyes and fall in love with Edward, Bella and the remainder of Forks, Wash., all over the place again.
Edited by way of bestselling writer Ellen Hopkins, a brand new sunrise is full of a similar debates readers interact in with associates: should still Bella have selected Edward or Jacob? How a lot keep an eye on do Meyer’s vampires and werewolves quite have over their very own lives? the gathering additionally is going additional: Is Edward a romantic or a (really scorching) sociopath? How do the Quileute werewolves evaluate to different local American wolf myths? What does the Twilight sequence have in universal with Shakespeare? With contributions from Megan McCafferty, Cassandra Clare, Rachel Caine and plenty of extra, a brand new sunrise solutions those questions and extra for a teenager (and adult!) viewers hungry for shrewdpermanent, view-changing remark on...
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Why am I telling you this? Because the first three books of Meyer’s series, more than anything else I’ve ever read, brought me back to those days of being irrationally and irresistibly drawn to this inconceivable boy. The more the chattering masses at Central Regional High School voiced their collective disapproval, the more I wanted to prove them wrong. What could possibly be more compelling than off-limits romance? After the first hush-hush phone calls and tightly folded and re-folded notes, I, like Bella, knew it would be “smart to avoid him as much as possible .
That choice carries her to her destiny. In Forks she meets Edward, and things spiral even more out of her control. He calls her a “magnet for trouble” and that certainly seems to be true. Within the first quarter of Twilight she’s nearly squashed by Tyler’s van, faints in class, and runs into a gang of thugs on a trip to Port Angeles. Not to mention how she’s always tripping and falling. Could this be a metaphor for what she really is: not just a klutz, but a classic hero, blown around by the whim of fate?
Next up: a two-volume epic fantasy co-authored with her son JB Redmond. Oathbreaker tells the tale of a boy taken from his family against his will and forced to become an assassin’s apprentice. Susan is a practicing neuropsychologist and lives with her family and dozens of pets in rural Kentucky. The Good Girl Always Goes for the Bad Boy Megan McCafferty The Twilight series has been on my should-read list for some time. I was drawn to Twilight in the bookstore shortly after it came out. The striking crimson-on-black cover art—pale hands held out in offering, tempting readers with an Edenic apple—bore no resemblance to the glittery pink books surrounding it on the shelves.