Twilight Book Review

Twilight Review

The Twilight book is about Bella, a girl who will move in with her father in the city she detested. Still, on the first day of her new school, she meets Edward Cullen, who acts strange towards her, and after a while, she starts to notice some weird things about him like how his eyes shift color or his skin is ice cold, and he even has superhuman strength.
Bella does more investigating, and she finds out that he is a vampire and his family, but they don’t drink human blood; instead, they hunt animals.

When Edward’s family was playing baseball one day along with Bella, who was watching, a different group of vampires saw Bella, and one of them wanted to eat her no matter what though the Cullens went out of their way to protect her. Still, the other vampire tricks Bella, and she had to be saved by Edward in the end, but all is well.

The book is about romance, and there is also a bit of good action in the end though it also has mystery, and it’s a fair share of good moments that can be immensely enjoyable.

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