I really liked this book (as you can tell by my 5 stars). Although it takes a little bit to get the action started, it is a good read. I'm not a big fan of romance, but the romance wasn't too bad in the story. My personal favorite character was Grey. I liked the ending, which leaves you waiting for the sequel that's coming out on Jan 7, 2020. It did have a few words that aren't curse words but aren't exactly the greatest words to say and a few mentions of mature things. There were some parts that younger kids wouldn't get, so I'd recommend it for ages 12+. All in all, it was a great book and a very original reimagining of Beauty and the Beast.
They're just saying their opinion. They have the right to tell people if they thought the book wasn't good. I, personally, didn't like it, but that's ok. We have the right to like what we want to like and not like what we want to not like.
I attempted to read it, but I couldn't. Being a die hard Harry Potter fan, it was hard for me to accept Twilight as a book. I tried to read it, but I honestly couldn't. What is it about? A sparkly fairy and a big husky fighting for a clumsy girl. My problem with the series is how weak Bella is. I mean what is it teaching girls, that when their boyfriend leaves them they can commit suicide? How can people promote this garbage. I get that some people are like that, but don't call Bella a hero for begin someone like that. Without the love triangle, it's about a girl who moves to a rainy town. Or how about the villains. I mean theres a guy who can take away their victims pain(or something) if they are merciful. How is that evil? Or no one in Twilight ever dies (from the good side) In a war, people from both sides will die, no matter their powers. In Harry Potter, characters realistically die.