Stephenie Meyer: Twilight

Stephenie Meyer: Twilight

Little, Brown Book Group

When seventeen-year-old Isabella Swan moves to Forks, Washington to live with her father she expects that her new life will be as dull as the town itself.

In spite of her awkward manner and low expectations, she finds that her new classmates are drawn to this pale, dark-haired new girl in town. But not, it seems, the Cullen family. These five adopted brothers and sisters obviously prefer their own company and will make no exception for Bella.More...

When seventeen-year-old Isabella Swan moves to Forks, Washington to live with her father she expects that her new life will be as dull as the town itself.

In spite of her awkward manner and low expectations, she finds that her new classmates are drawn to this pale, dark-haired new girl in town. But not, it seems, the Cullen family. These five adopted brothers and sisters obviously prefer their own company and will make no exception for Bella.

Bella is convinced that Edward Cullen in particular hates her, but she feels a strange attraction to him, although his hostility makes her feel almost physically ill. He seems determined to push her away - until, that is, he saves her life from an out of control car.

Bella will soon discover that there is a very good reason for Edward’s coldness. He, and his family, are vampires - and he knows how dangerous it is for others to get too close.

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When life offers you a dream so far beyond any of your expectations, it`s not reasonable to grieve when it comes to an end.

Preface, Page 1

Surely it was a good way to die, in the place of someone else, someone I loved.

You are the most important thing to me now. The most important thing to me ever.

Page 273

No matter how perfect the day is, it always has to end.

Page 495

It`s incredible, isn`t it, the difference between reading about something, seeing it in the pictures, and experiencing it?

Page 302

Hasn`t anyone ever told you? Life isn`t fair.

Page 49

I don't like to lie – so there'd better be a good reason why I'm doing it.

Page 65

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