I know I am a little late on this one, but I have finally finished all 4 of the books in the Twilight series and I am about ready to start reading the 250 pages on the Meyer's website that are from Edward's point of view. The final book comes out this summer and then the Meyer's will finish Edward's story in Midnight Sun.
Isn't it funny that I can talk to just about any grown woman about this book series??? Is it because we all have an "Edward" somewhere in our past? I have to admit that the first book was just ok to me, the second...LOVED IT, third was pretty good and the fourth book was awesome! The second was my favorite...so dark and painful I guess. One of the younger sunshiney teachers at school was just horrified that I loved the second book...to depressing for her. Maybe she hasn't found her Edward yet....or she has not been crushed by first love. I have everyone in my department reading and swapping these books, so as you can guess all we talk about at lunch is Twilight! And we are giggling and chatting like school girls! On a recent work day (no kids) we did progress reports and had a private screening of Twilight in my classroom
(Just like the old days Morgan and Jen). Of course we all had varying opinions of the actor who played Edward. I suppose it was not based on his acting ability but how closely he looked and acted like our "Edward".
Fun stuff. If you have not read these yet, you just have too! Call up your niece who is high school and ask her if you can borrow hers!