Similar to the way Harry Potter caught the attention of millions, the Twilight series is holding teenage girls captive with the romance of a young girl and a vampire boy in a story that piques the imagination. What is it that makes the imaginary world of Stephanie Meyer so enticing? In The Twilight Phenomenon Kurt Bruner reveals why the Twilight series is so entrancing and gives readers answers to questions concerning vampirism, myth, lore and eternal destiny. If you or a loved one has been drawn in by Stephanie Meyer's bestselling series, you won't want to miss Bruner's insightful thoughts on The Twilight Phenomenon.
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Review 1 for Twilight Phenomenon, The: Forbidden Fruit or Thirst-Quenching Fantasy? - eBook
This book was very good. I am glad that there are some people willing to go against the flow, and give the public the truth about twilight. This book contains the history of vampires, tells you why people are going nuts over these books, and shows you that even though Edward and Bella wait until they are married to have sex, the book is not entirely clean. Get this book - it's good!
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Review 2 for Twilight Phenomenon, The: Forbidden Fruit or Thirst-Quenching Fantasy? - eBook
This has been an eye opener for me. I have not trusted the twilight series, and yet my friends have loved them. Due to this book, when they ask me what I have against twilight, I have a ready answer. I love this book!