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The Twilight Saga Complete Collection Hardcover – Box set, October 12, 2010

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Praise for The Twilight Saga:

"Meyer has, like one of her vampires, turned into something rare and more than merely human.... People do not want to just read Meyer's books; they want to climb inside them and live there." -Time

"Piles on the suspense and romance." -USA Today

"A literary phenomenon." -The New York Times

"[Stephenie Meyer is] the world's most popular vampire novelist since Anne Rice." -Entertainment Weekly

About the Author

Stephenie Meyer is the author of the #1 bestselling Twilight Saga and The Host. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in English literature, and she lives with her husband and three young sons in Arizona.
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Product Details

  • Series: The Twilight Saga
  • Hardcover: 2752 pages
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers; Box edition (October 12, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9780316132909
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316132909
  • ASIN: 031613290X
  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 7 x 9.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.9 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (695 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #133,853 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Hardcover
I don't know why people hate this series so much. I really don't get it, and probably never will.

I'm not a hardcore, die-for Twilight fan. I just really enjoy reading the whole series, and I think that Mrs. Meyer is really emotional person who really loves her characters, and that's what makes Twilight magical in its own way.

But, I'm also not saying that these books are perfect. They have some serious flaws and some questionable themes in them, but if you leave all that apart, the story itself is very enjoyable and the ambient that Meyer creates is almost touchable - that's why I understand why so many people wanted to get lost in her world.

Now, is the Twilight Saga the new Harry Potter phenomenon? Most certainly IS NOT. The two series should not be compared in the first place because they are two totally different things. I think that the main source of the comparison between those two is Robert Pattinson, who played Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, and who plays the main vampire character in Twilight, Edward Cullen. Should Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Rowling be compared? Absolutely not! Although they both love and are connected to the characters they've created, J.K. Rowling spend years and years developing them, and Stephenie Meyer just dreamed them up and started writing about them, developing the characters as she wrote the story itself.

The Twilight Saga is a loveable and enjoyable story for people who are open minded to new things. Some people take the "sparkling vampires" way too seriously. I mean, they are invented creatures who never even existed, and if Meyer wants them to sparkle instead of burn on the sun - let it be.

Bottom line, Twilight is a phenomenon - like it or not.
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Format: Hardcover
I was on vacation with my family in Canada when I was first exposed to the first book, Twilight. My sister in law had just picked up the book at the airport before we boarded the plane. I have never seen a book completely takeover a reader like Twilight, she was immediately obsessed and wouldn't put it down. She choose to remain in the hotel while the rest of us went sight seeing to continue reading. One by one, all the women on the trip were sucked in and obsessed with the book, we came all the way to Canada only to find that Twilight was the real vacation.

Every time a new book was launched it became an event, probably the most anticipated event of the year. And more than that a community was born, call them Twi-hards, Twi-Junkies, or just fans there is nothing like the twilight community. When the movies came out this was only amplified.

Simply put, Twilight is a cultural phenomenon and the only way you can truly appreciate it is to read the books, watch the movies, and be part of the greatest fan community on earth.
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Format: Hardcover
For as long as I can remember, I have never been one to sit down and read a book. I think one of the main reasons was Accelerated Reading that was forced upon us as children. It was not until my younger brother introduced me to the Twilight Saga did I finally learn that I love to read. The day I picked up the first book, I was hooked for life. The author Stephanie Meyer is a genius for making such a wonderful story for all age of readers. I to this day think that this series has opened my eyes to how wonderful reading is and how important it is. Today I am going to school to be a teacher, which I also did not expect for myself. It just goes to show how one story can create a domino effect and change your life forever. The story line is great, a little far fetched, but I believe that is what is exciting and fun about the entire experience for the reader. Stephanie Meyer takes her readers into a different realm of reality that is secretive to the rest of the world. The imagination she opens for all readers is so vast and exciting.
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Format: Paperback
The thing that one must realize about all of the Twilight and Anti-Twilight crowds is that that is due mostly from judgmental sorts. In school, if you like Twilight, you are one of the Them. If you don’t like it, you’re Cool. I guess people feel the need to pick a side sometimes, especially with books like this which have such a wide audience and have bred so much success.

Here’s the thing about Twilight:

- It’s well written. Certainly, there is a lot of “sighs”, “rolling eyes”, and “half curses”, but who cares? Who cares. You ought to meet my sister. She rolls her eyes without even realizing she is doing it, and she naturally does it after every sentence. Naturally.
- The idea is sort of ridiculous when you think about it, but otherwise, it’s unique. Sparkling vampires? That’s like Warm Bodies unique right there. It’s a different concept that sometimes doesn’t make a lot of sense (like the attending high school thing), but hey. It’s fiction, and otherwise, it actually serves to be a pretty honest book.
- The descriptions are there so you can actually PICTURE. Oh my God! Pet-peeve, my friends, pet-peeve. I can’t do books that have no real descriptions. GIVE ME SOME INFO PEOPLE! Since I’m no longer five, I need some clean-cut descriptions to make clean-cut mental pictures, since my imagination isn’t that creative anymore.
- The characters are well-developed and Meyer incorporates them often enough to make them familiar to you, so that you don’t have to search through books to find out who this mysterious Jim Joe dude is (Ugh. It’s been a year since I read the last book, Authors, can you please include an in-text citation for this dude?). I, for one, don’t want to take notes on fiction books to remember crap.
- Here’s the thing. Twilight is a GOOD book.
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