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  1. says:

    I wish I could give this 0 stars this book was written like a high school essay As a high school English teacher I will say that it is an A level high school essay but it is really REALLY tedious all the same I about died when I read the following Of course who wants to climb corporate ladders? Personally I'd much rather have love This makes me and possibly you different from feminist women who desire primarily to acheive their career goalsWTF????? When was this book written 1950? Since when does feminist mean that you don't get to fall in love? I think Gloria Steinem and yours truly would have a thing or two to say about that In fact Bella's character is a wonderful model for feminism She defies stereotypes shuns conventionality and fights back She does not once sit around and wait for Edward to rescue herThe book is full of weird disconjuncted facts and opinions about vampires and warewolves SOME of which match up with the book I am returning this tomorrow


  2. says:

    I cant lie I bought this book just thinking it would hold some of the excitment and it turns out I would rather have my eyes poked out it I read about 5 pages and skimmed to see and it reads like a 10 year old girl deciding weather to date Edward or Jacob It is so bad I literraly took the book placed it in my trash can carried it to the Cat box Sifting my cats large turds out and finally I found something that stank worse than this book Sorry but this is the biggest waste of 9 I have ever spent I would have rather paid 20 to get one page that just says This book sucks wait for the official guide Ok Bye oh and if i could give negative stars I would give this 5


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    I made the mistake of trying to read another series companion book with little success My first attempt was another by Lois Gresh about Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy This time I made it through about thirty five pages of Gresh's Twilight Companion and felt like I had actually grown dumber through my reading of it probably because it seems to have been written for a second grade reading level I pick these unauthorized guides up expecting to learn something new and interesting about the series itself expecting them to carry an analytical slant Instead I learned that Gresh has relatives with similar names to the relatives of the Twilight heroine Bella Swan And that Gresh lives in a town comparable in size and podunkery to Forks WA where Twilight et al take place And that because of these similarities to Bella Gresh is highly indignant that she too didn't meet a paranormal vampire dreamboat ready to sweep her off her feet Gee thanks for sharing Incredibly silly but also incredibly condescending to her readers orjust dumbed down to the extreme I also gleaned from the first thirty five pages that every girl should hold out for a boy with a nice personality like Edward's Nice personality? And what exactly does that mean Lois Gresh? As far as I can recall all Stephenie Meyer's leading men and Edward in particular tend to be overbearing control freaks who sometimes engage in emotional blackmail to get their way I'm not knocking these guys; I just wish Gresh would get real Even Edward isn't perfect and no it's not just because he drinks blood


  4. says:

    2 starsThe only reason that comes to mind to read this book is that you want to know or deepen the saga of Twilight maybe even just the first book And maybe in the story you could also include chapters on how the legends of vampires and werewolves were born about the fact that in many countries they really believe in them and how Stephanie Meyer distanced herself from the classic vampires to write the story of Edward and his family Maybe you could also mention some other famous books and movies and hypothetically you could write about what the actors said about the saga over the years; after all it would be nice to know if Kristen Stewart finds this story interesting or not because of she's the protagonist Moreover in the guide you could also explain the story of those vampires who are always in the shadows and whose details aren't known such as Jane Alec or Marcus And we must remember to always speak objectively because we aren't telling our own story but that of someone elseUnfortunately for me and for anyone who wasted his time behind this book our dear Lois Gresh didn't think the same way when she decided to kill some innocent trees to publish her bullshit in paper format But 27 pages of idiotic uizzes are not so much when there are not enough books to read in the world right?I could begin this sort of literary insult by saying that in this book there is almost no mention of Stephenie Meyer's saga; or that the style of the writer is boring repetitive and she dilated in pages and pages of information not necessary neither to the book not to anything else; or even to explain to the author that everything she says here has nothing to do with the saga of Twilight In fact I doubt she really read the books But the thing that irritated me most is her writing her interrupting an explanation to make us understand what she thinks and above all her joking writing about how to protect our vampire or werewolf from external attacks The uestion is spontaneous has the book been written by a 35 year old woman or a 10 year old girl? At that age I didn't believe in these things but maybe some of you did In any case the writer's approach to the readers is completely wrong; she seems to be making fun of him rather than explaining why everyone thinks that a vampire has to sleep in a coffinAll that remains to be said is that as the first worst book of 2019 is not bad for sure it will be difficult to beat


  5. says:

    Technically a DNF because I gave up half way and skim read the rest The uizzes and uirks like that are really fun to read and do but I feel like the author of this book wasn't as interested in Twilight as she claimed to be My feminism was triggered and the majority of this book wasn't even about Twilight I honestly disliked this book other than the uizzes which can probably be found onlineI only paid £125 for this book and honestly after reading it I wouldn't even pay thatEnjoyability Rating 1 and that's only for the uizzes


  6. says:

    Have you ever read Twilight? Are you totally in love with Edward Cullen? Or do you prefer Jacob Black? Do you love telling your friends why Edward is so much better then Jacob or why Jacob is much better then Edward? This book will give you all the answers you have about TwilightThis wonderful book also gives you uizzes about Twilight How much do you know about Twilight? Also this book outlines some uestions readers have had about the book And the Twilight Companion answers it all Can Vampires and Ware wolfs actually get along? Another thing i love about this book is you can test yourself and you can find out if you were Bella would you end up with Jacob or Edward If you were Bella would you have even moved? If you were Bella would you have made some of the same choices as the book Bella made? Would you even end up with Edward? Would Edward even like you? If your brain is coming across some of the same uestions then this is the book for you I rate it 35 stars And I would recommend YOU read it


  7. says:

    This book is the absolute best no one ever saidthis book is so blatantly antifeminist sexist and homophobic More antifeminist than the original series me


  8. says:

    Inaccurate and poorly written Unfortunately for fans of the Twilight Saga this unauthorized companion will not sate any thirst you may have as you wait for the official guide to come out As other reviewers have mentioned the book was riddled with inaccuracies about the plot and characters in the Twilight series These weren't small misses either For example claims that Edward is able to project thoughts onto Bella's mind which he can't per the books and Bella's age are significant plot notes The list of inaccuracies in this guide goes on and on and I was able to easily notice them all even after having read the original Twilight series only once It seems apparent that the author of this guide had little to work with due to limitations on copyright re the characters and Twilight franchise Therefore she tried to bulk it up with uncited references to vampires and werewolves from other books and movies and long boring uizzes There's also much waxing about the author's ideas of what things were like for her in high school decades ago with an attempt to relate it to current younger readers which comes across as strained and fake As an adult reader this also got annoying as I was hoping to see some characters insights or plot analysis but no such luck If you do want to check this book out do it as your own risk and save some change by getting it at the local library instead like I did


  9. says:

    This book is an unauthorised companion to the Twilight movie The author explores vampire and werewolf legends lore and myths The book contains uizzes facts and comparisons to other related films The author is a fan of the series and has set out to capitalise on Stephanie’s Meyer’s success The author sets out to provide her opinion about the series along with relating the Twilight world to other booksmovies as well as exploring the myths surrounding vampires immortality and werewolves throughout the agesI purchased this book under some very misleading publishing I decided to get my money back after the first few pages The book provided no insight into the Twilight characters was mainly the neurotic view of the author’s thought’s about Jacob and Edward and served no purpose whatsoever Unfortunately for fans Twilight fans this unauthorized companion will not satiate any thirst you may have This book was riddled with inaccuracies about the plot and characters in the Twilight series and extremely poorly written


  10. says:

    A little dissappointed of the books content with reviews and comments of vampires and werewolves from past movies myths and stories than about the actual saga its self


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The Twilight Companion The Unauthorized Guide to the Series

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Ana e un vampiro e ti condurrà per mano tra i retroscena e i gustosi aneddoti dei uattro romanzi di Stephenie Meye. This book is the absolute best no one ever saidthis book is so blatantly antifeminist sexist and homophobic More antifeminist than the original series me A Calendar of Cases of Witchcraft in Scotland, 1510-1727 i retroscena e Pain and Pretending/With Study Guide i gustosi aneddoti dei uattro romanzi di Stephenie Meye. This book Pain and Pretending is the absolute best no one ever saidthis book Sweet Valley Twins and Friends Super Chillers Boxed Set is so blatantly antifeminist sexist and homophobic More antifeminist than the original series me

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Sogni di ritrovarti tra le braccia di Edward Cullen O tra uelle di Jacob Black Se non hai mai smesso di fantasticar. I cant lie I bought this book just thinking it would hold some of the excitment and it turns out I would rather have my eyes poked out it I read about 5 pages and skimmed to see and it reads like a 10 year old girl deciding weather to date Edward or Jacob It is so bad I literraly took the book placed it in my trash can carried it to the Cat box Sifting my cats large turds out and finally I found something that stank worse than this book Sorry but this is the biggest waste of 9 I have ever spent I would have rather paid 20 to get one page that just says This book sucks wait for the official guide Ok Bye oh and if i could give negative stars I would give this 5