Twilight, by Stephanie Meyer, is a dark and tantalizing tale about a teenage girl, and her vampire lover, and of the challenges they face about their differences.
Isabella (Bella) Swan is a normal teenage girl. Her parents are divorced, and his year, she decides to live with her father in the gloomy town of Forks, Washington. Everything seems absolutely normal, boring, and plain. Then, when she arrives at her school, Forks High School, her life takes a wild and terrifying turn. Bella meets the mysterious and alluring Edward Cullen, and she falls head over heels in love with him. Edward, in turn, also falls hard for Bella. Of course, there is a catch. Edward Cullen is a vampire. Edward must do everything he can to keep Bella safe, for as he says, anything within a ten-mile radius of her is considered dangerous. Then, all of a sudden, a certain danger appears in Forks, and now, Edward and Bella must protect each other with their lives.
Twilight is a wonderful book for teens of all ages. It had a very dark, and gothic mood to it. Bella was a pessimistic girl, who had nothing positive to say about anything, then, when she met Edward, her whole life changed. Her personality was lighter, and she was happier. Stephanie Meyer has weaved a thrilling and tantalizing story of love, and the sacrifices you must make for it. – Olivia R.