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Raise Your Glass: Stuck in the Twilight Saga SPECIAL EDITION! by [Helinski, Keith]
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Length: 31 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 65 KB
  • Print Length: 31 pages
  • Publication Date: October 5, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005TA6R3A
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Parody? No. A parady is "an imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or genre with deliberate exaggeration for comic effect." If you are looking for that in this book, you are in the wrong place. This is nothing short of a guy complaining for 8 pages.

People fall into one of two categories - they love Twilight or the hate it. Twi-hard fans won't find interest in this because of the anti-twilight slant. Those who hate Twilight won't be interested because it is simply an 8-page whine about the books, the movies, and the people who enjoy them. And, the last thing someone who hates Twilight is going to do is read something else about it.

At eight pages, this "book" isn't worth the 5 minutes it takes to read it.
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Ignoring the outrageous topic of this work of ''art'', Mr Helinski shows poor writing skills. This story lacks any sign of compassion or respect, Ms Meyer is a new writer, she did a fantastic job with the Twilight Saga. Hence the huge number of books sold worldwide, the overwhelming amount of tickets sold opening day, weekend, and throughout the run of each movie. Than there are the DVD 's, scores, soundtracks, jewellery, clothing, and much more merchandise. To bring the marvellous Stephen King into this is and absurd, Mr King has more respect for fellow writers. I wish Mr Helinski success in his attempt to become as writer. I hope he don't have someone like himself to try to push him down. I found that most people that knows about Twilight either loves it or hates it, so why must these naysayers waste time on Twilight?
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I am not writing this because I like Twilight or Stephanie Meyer, I just think that the book itself had no point at all. It basically talked about some dude, doing a favor for his girlfriend by standing in line waiting for one of the Twilight movies. It is basically his rant about how the fans acted and reacted to each other. It is already known that young teenage girls act insane at the sight of Edward or Jacob, just as it was known when boy band groups are in town. My point is that if you are going to waste your time writing something that is to make fun of Twilight, make it better than this.
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I'm definitely a fan of twilight... but I give everyone their own opinion... I think openly hating on twilight is almost as bad as being loud and obnoxious about how great it is... I think the author of this short book was not quite a hater and simply expressing his opinion..much better than some people do...I even agree with him on some points like that the twilight fans can be obnoxious and annoying... I think he was humorous and good at writing..and overall I liked it... I think it was worth reading.. and I'd like to state one more thing... I don't understand why the die-hard fans would read a book they know is gonna dog twilight..they know it's gonna upset then, and he tells them it will... then they read it anyway... and comment how much they hate it and allthat... seems stupid
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I thought this short story was funny. I have heard those conversations between Team Jacob and Team Edward twihards. They are funny. I maintain anything that gets someone to read and enjoy it then that's what's important. This book made me laugh and it improved my day. No, it isn't the most eloquently written short story ever. No it wasn't the deepest story that made a person ponder life, but it did make me laugh and I appreciate that. Analyzing it to be more than it is meant to be would be silly. Read, laugh, enjoy and don't take a story so seriously. It isn't life or death!
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I downloaded this ebook and found it to be boring and not very thoughtful. Of course I'm a fan of Stephenie Meyer's books: Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn so I may be prejudiced.
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I enjoyed the actual story "Raise your glass." I though you painted a picture pretty well and you were clear.

The second one was pretty bad, but you admit that.

Scrolling through all the comments to get to the story got old.

Overall, I didn't feel like I wasted my time and I smiled a few times, so three stars.
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There were several grammatical errors which I find slightly ironic since the author criticizes other commentators for their own errors. The first story was not exactly humorous, but also wasn't as terrible as some of the comments suggested. The small skit however was very pointless and all around vapid. I, myself am not a fan of twilight, but even I can see how some might find this tedious.
By the way, you mentioned the movie The Covenant, you do realize that movie isn't about vampires, right?
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