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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
At first glance of this book I was expecting something a bit deeper delving into the Twilight books. Something along the lines of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Philosophy" or "Finding Serenity: Anti-heroes, Lost Shepherds, and Space Hookers In Joss Whedon's Firefly". What I got was a smattering of various fans views on different questions such as "which vampire power would you rather have" and "which movie has stayed truer to the book".

Each section is divided up by the question presented. We are given a few answers and the fan's reasons of why they chose the way they did. At the end of each section we are given "The Final Call" which I expected to be the answer chosen by most of the Twilight fans that responded to the question. Instead, we are given the authors choice. So basically this book is like having a conversation with other Twilight fans about what you like, don't like, and think about the books and movies. I love Twilight, but I don't feel the need to own everything with the word Twilight written on it, so maybe that's why this book isn't for me.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I'm not the target demographic (older guy seeking to understand the great appeal of Twilight) for either the Twilight Saga or this book, but I can say that I found this book disappointing. Possibly, this was my fault for not reading all the existing reviews before I bought it. The book is a summation of the answers to the questions from a survey or sureys that the author ran on her prominent Twilight-related website. The book is divided into sections which are each devoted to one of the uestions. At the end of each section, the author awards herself the last word.
There's not very much analysis here, nor any quantitative reporting about percentage breakdown of total opinions. All four books are covered, but only two of the movies, as Eclipse had apparently not been released at the time the book went to bed.
Perhaps the best feature of the book for me was the occasional original opinion expressed in one of the cited comments from the website, and this may make the book worthwhile for you, especially if you're a "twi-hard".
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on December 10, 2011
So, aside from copying the book "Harry Potter Should Have Died", this book doesn't really have anything going for it. The questions aren't controversial at all, save for maybe one or two. I mean, it's nearly impossible to even spark any controversy when Twilight gives you such a linear plot to work with in the first place. 0 stars
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