Bree Tanner Is Finally Here!

BreeTannerSo what did you think of the Short Second Life of Bree Tanner? Head over to our forums to discuss it, or leave a comment below. Obviously these links will contain spoilers, so click/visit at your own risk!

We’re also going to do a little article on the new book and fan feeling from what they first thought/felt when they heard about it and what they thought/felt after reading it. If you would like us to potentially use your feelings, put your commentary below. Please cover the following in addition to whatever else you may want to say:

Approximately when you first read Twilight
What is your favorite book in the saga
What is it about Twilight that captivates you
What is it that drives you to an online fansite
Any comments/thoughts you have on the Bree Tanner novella


  1. Joan Bryant says:

    1. When I first read Twilight: In Early 2009. I had never read a vampire book before and did not think I would like. However, my tutor Ms. Woods who had never really liked vampire fiction had read it and really enjoyed it even through she did’nt think she would. I decided to check the book out to do for my first book review/report in my contempary reading class knowing I probably would hate it since I had never been into vampires. Suffice it to say after Bella noticed the Cullens for the first time I could not put the book down! I needed to have the book done in 3-4 weeks and got it done in a week! While reading the book I also started to watch the movie online and finished watching it after I finished the book. I’m so glad I gave Twilight a chance. In my report I said its always a good idea to try reading a book that you think you may hate, because sometimes you miss out reading a book you’d love. Since Twilight I’ve also read a lot more vampire books. I finished the Twilight series in early spring of 2009 before the semester final in my reading class. In my class I also did a poster revolving around how Breaking Dawn should not be banned from high school libraries since I had read some schools had banned the book.

    Favorite book: Eclipse followed closely by Breaking Dawn. I loved the whole battle/struggle to protect Bella from the newborns blended with the love triangle. I definitely think the movie since they can add a lot more with the newborns including the battle scene is going to make this film be the best yet and possibly the best in the series! I can’t wait till midnight June 30th!

    What about Twilight captivates me. I loved how it was not a traditional vampire story and how the Cullens are trying to regain some humanity by not killing people blended with the love story of a human following in love with a vampire. These concepts/themes are just so unique and interesting! I also like how even though its a nontraditional vampire story there are still some traditional vampire elements to the story like the Volturi who only care about power and have no respect for human life. They are bad guys you LOVE to hate!

    What drives me to an online fansite? I love reading other people’s analysis of the books and characters and certain websites including wikias that break all the themes, characters, locations, and mythology down to very basic and small details because it allows me to go back and contemplate things I may have not picked up on or remembered when reading the books. It also allows me to think more about the characters and also aids in coming up with some good fanfiction Twilight story ideas.

    Comments/Thoughts on Bree Tanner I’m about 60 pages into the book. I’m really enjoying it. It’s going to be so sad to read the end of the book. You really feel for Bree and I’m really enjoying the new character of Diego. I now tend to agree with Stephenie on how she wished she would have ended Eclipse differently. I like how so far the book is providing a lot more information about the newborns. I had a feeling from the movie previews that Riley was the actual leader of the army and Victoria basically just created them. Without spoiling it for people who have not read it all I’ll say is that question is answered.

  2. 1. I first began reading The Twilight Saga when I heard that Robert Pattinson had been cast in a little movie called Twilight and it was based on a series of books-who knew?! I remembered Rob from Harry Potter & thought he was adorable. That association led to a MAJOR obsession with the books. Fortunately my dad got them all for me for my birthday because once I started I couldn’t stop; and I’ve reread them many times-even aloud to my kids.

    2. My favorite book in the series: Eclipse, followed by Breaking Dawn. It’s worth mentioning that I also LOVE the portion of Midnight Sun that is available and whole-heartedly hope that it will be finished some day (SOON, PLEASE). It gives great insight (no pun intended) into why Edward reacts the way he does to some things since he TRULY knows people’s motives behind their actions, and it captures his sense of humor in a way that none of the rest of the Saga does.

    3. What captivates me about the series is how it makes an unbelievable premise relatable. We ALL have felt that all-consuming love at some point in our lives; we’ve all felt the pain of the loss of that love. While most of us don’t end up with that person, we wonder who our lives “might have been” if that “perfect” love had lasted. It’s fun to take the journey.

    4. What drives me to the fan sites is the feeling of community and the knowledge that there are people (LOTS OF PEOPLE ;0) ) out there who connected with these books/characters as much as I did.

    5. Thoughts on Bree Tanner-I LOVED IT! My husband took our two boys out of town for the weekend (thanks honey!) so I ran down to Books-A-Million this morning, got my copy, and finished it in a couple of hours. How great to have this character fleshed-out for us. I feel kind of bad for her now though…when I read Eclipse I figured she got what she deserved-that she probably only “surrendered” to save her own neck. Now I actually liked her, and it makes the ending of the battle scenes ring differently. I guess I’ll have to read Eclipse AGAIN & see if it changes anything else for me!!

  3. I love the book!Stephenie is brilliant!

  4. 1.Approximately when you first read Twilight:

    I first read Twilight in mid 2007 – I had heard a lot about it and decided to give it a read, been hooked since then.

    2. What is your favorite book in the saga:

    I’d say my favorite is Eclipse. In Twilight – we’re seeing the love story begin, in New Moon we see Bella fall apart (to sum it up) and in Breaking Dawn everything comes together…with Eclipse, you get the love story but you also get the action. It’s well balanced.

    3.What is it about Twilight that captivates you:

    The way Stephenie tells the story – she manages to give such vivid detail…she brings the characters to life, you can actually envision every single thing you’re reading…not many books can do that for a reader.

    4.What is it that drives you to an online fansite:

    I enjoy the fansites as you get to connect with others that love this world as much as you do.

    5.Any comments/thoughts you have on the Bree Tanner novella:

    I wasn’t sold on the book at first, I’ll admit, but I figured it still has to do with Twilight and we haven’t gotten a new book from Stephenie in a while, so I’d give it a try. Well, I bought it today and finished it in no time – now, I feel as though the book is essential in that we get to see what took place with the newborns before the battle, something we never did get much information on. The story manages to answer a lot of questions readers may have previously had from Eclipse and the fight.

  5. i got it today and finished reading it, i loved it! I hope they one day meet Fred. I feel bad he is waiting for them to meet up with them not knowing they died.

  6. Approximately when you first read Twilight
    What is your favorite book in the saga
    What is it about Twilight that captivates you
    What is it that drives you to an online fansite
    Any comments/thoughts you have on the Bree Tanner novella

    I originally read Twilight in 2007. My favorite book in the series in Eclipse, so I am quite excited for the upcoming move! I feel that this story really develops the characters to a new level. Twilight snagged me from the beginning. I feel it is really the level of writing and the link the characters have to each other. I do not mean specifically Bella and Edward, though that is clearly a strong bond, but the relationship so many characters share. I am drawn to a fan site for a two fold of reasons: first, I am able to stay up to date on Twilight information by visiting one site. Secondly, I am able to communicate with other Twilight fans if I wish to. I purchased the novella today (I am on vacation and had to Google and GPS a Borders!!! My husband begrudgingly came along!!!) and was very captivated. It added an exciting layer to the saga. I always enjoy Stephenie’s writing so it was fun to be involved in her writing again, but I really came to see Eclipse from a different perspective. I thoroughly enjoyed it and want to thank Stephenie for providing it for her fans!!!

  7. I first read Twilight in early 2007 and was immediately hooked. My favorite book is Twilight because of the new intense feelings Bella and Edward needed to explore and how Edward MADE the choice instead of giving into his natural desires. Twilight is so captivating because of the characters and what they are going through–it’s so easy to believe that they could be real. You really want them to be real. And who doesn’t love the power of love? I love the fansite because I am always eager for new info–because it’s real to me. :) I thought the Bree Tanner book was amazing-loved the extra insights into the Volturi. This book provides information and perspective we always thirst for.

  8. Cherish Sears says:

    I just finished reading Bree’s story. I wasn’t expecting to like it as much as I did. I thought I wouldn’t be as interested if Edward and Bella weren’t central to the story, but I found that they still sort of were. I loved reading Bree’s story and was taken by surprise by Diego, as well as by the ending — with her purposefully sending Edward messages in her head. It was a heartbreaking story to read, but I truly loved it. I hope Stephenie will continue to revisit our favorite coven of vampires in the future.

    I am a “newbie” myself to the Twilight world. I read all the books for the first time this past April. I’ve since read them all twice; Eclipse three times. Eclipse is my favorite of the books, although Breaking Dawn is a close second. I am completely enamored with Edward and Bella and their romance and struggles and devotion and everything about them. I read a critic’s quote that said something about readers of Stephenie’s books don’t just want to read the books, they want to climb inside and live there. That’s exactly how I feel. I never want to leave Forks. That’s the main reason I visit the fansites regularly. I just want to stay in that world for as long as possible. It brings me so much joy. THANK YOU, STEPHENIE!

  9. I found Twilight Nov. 2008. I didn’t want to read it because I thought it was for teenagers and I normally don’t read fiction. My son had read all of the books and I actually bought Breaking Dawn for him. A friend gave me her copy of Twilight and asked me to read it. It sat on my counter for a couple of months while I tried to think of a polite excuse for not reading it. She asked me to just read a few chapters and if I didn’t like it, I didn’t have to finish it. I figured I could do that much and by the Blood Type chapter, was very intrigued. In fact the first sentence of the book was intriguing. When I got to Chap. 13 my jaw was hanging on the ground. Stephenie’s writing struck a chord deep within me and I find her themes astounding. I love the themes of self control, over coming the natural man, deep love, family love and support, being honest with yourself and who you are, redemption, eternity. Just to name a few. It’s hard to say which book is my favorite but, if I had to pick, I would say Breaking Dawn because they finally get to be married and because of the blessing of Renesmee. I love how Edward says something to the fact that no one could be as happy as he is now and that it isn’t every day you get everything you would want and all the things you didn’t think to ask for. I think we will all receive a fairy tale ending if we can all try to live as righteously as the Cullen’s try. Twilight and Midnight Sun tie w/ BD for my favorite. I love getting to know Edward. I think I connect w/ him the most although I also understand Bella a lot. I love Eclipse and New Moon too. I love checking the Lexicon because I love following the Twilight world. I check Stephenie’s site regularly too. I’m so grateful for her writing and anxiously await anything she can give us. I LOVE The Host and really connect with Wanda. I love how Stephenie’s books illustrate being human. I enjoyed Bree’s story; it’s sad. I think she was a victim who tried to be good. I wish Steph could have written the end differently too. I predict that Fred ends up finding the Denalis as he heads north and he and Tanya get together; he becomes a member of the “extended family”.

    • Mareie, loved your post. It’s nice knowing I’m not alone with my feelings toward all things Twilight. Your comments mirrored mine exactly. Although many say this is a young adult series, I am simply obsessed with it,love it because it reminds me you don’t have to be “young” to feel it,the simple joys in life,seeking out your true destiny etc. Love Edward and his devotion to Bella and family, such a beautiful, pure love, I suppose we all wish we had that intense relationship forever. I’m having so much fun with all this no matter what my age! Thanks for listening.

  10. First to the Bree Tanner book: It was okay, borderlining on good. I was so excited to read it that maybe my hopes were too high. It didn’t really tell me much I didn’t already know (although it did clear up how Edward knew the Volturi were there prior to the fight). I was hoping for Bree to have more of an interesting and not so overused background (teen runaway from an abusive home…snore…how many times has that been done?) I think it would have been more interesting if she had been one of the students ir “family people” that you read about as victims in the Seattle newspaper in Eclipse. I liked the Diego love story but come on, I knew he was dead 50 pages before Bree did. (It was like knowing Bella was pregnant in BD all over again. Stephenie should give her characters a little more credit.) Fred was creepy and felt like nothing more than a device to keep Bree safe from the other newborns. All this being said, I was a little sad at the end and wished (as with Eclipse) that she could have lived, but I would have liked to have felt more emotion.

    It also felt like it was purposefully edited to show it was never meant to be published – a little choppy and rough. I like my books polished.

    Then again, my mom says I’m just too critical.

    Other questions:

    Approximately when you first read Twilight: January 2009. Didn’t see the movie until after I read the whole series.

    What is your favorite book in the saga: Twilight just slightly edges out Eclipse. If the first 150 pages of Eclipse were edited down, that one might win.

    What is it about Twilight that captivates you: The characters of Bella and Edward and their romantic love story. And Alice. I love Alice.

    What is it that drives you to an online fansite: I love to give my opinion on things and I love being able to connect with people who share my passion for Twilight. We may not always agree, but we all come from the same starting place: a shared appreciation of the books and characters.

  11. purlgurl says:

    I just finished the novella, and I thought it was really really good (my only minor quibble – I thought that Bree’s “voice” was a bit unrealistically erudite, given the hints we got about her background, and her age – but, like I say, minor quibble). I think that if the main “Twilight Saga” books had had this level of darkness, loss, and sacrifice, the series as a whole would be much much stronger. I’m glad, in a way, that Stephenie was “forced” to kill Bree – I think it’s a weak spot for her as an author that she doesn’t like to do bad things to the characters that she cares about. Anyway, two thumbs up from me!

    • I agree about the weak spot in not being able to do bad things to her characters. I feel like, especially after having read this book, she set the Volturi up to be so tough that BD should have ended with a battle. But that’s just me.

      • Oh, that’s not just you. Actually, many fans agree with you. Many of the comments here have been purely positive and don’t say one negative or critical thing, but that’s not how the whole fandom thinks. Stephenie spent so much time working up to the battle; She sent Alice on a wild goose chase to find someone similar to Renesmee (sp?), had the Cullens call in their buddies, had everyone prepare for a battle, and then the Volturi, the “ruthless” Volturi comes in and, “Oh. Too many people here. We’re outnumbered. Oh, the wolves are shape shifters? Okay. Alright, later dudes.” Stephenie just wanted Bella and Edward to have their happy, little ending and wasn’t going to do what we thought it was all leading up to. Just like with them having sex. So many pages of them making out and the famous leg hitch, yet when Breaking Dawn comes: fade to black.

        She really likes the suspense, but hates being predictable when the big reveal comes.

        • With the fact that it’s a young adult book, and her own personal morals (not sure how much of her background you know), I was in no way expecting her to go into detail about a sex scene. She would lose so much of her main audience if she were to do that because it would no longer be appropriate for them, expecially since mothers are invested in it just as much as the kids and read them too.

  12. I think the Bree book is good and I like the story. It makes me wish Stephanie would publish a book of all the characters back stories or perspectives. The Twilight series itself is awesome because it touches a wide variety of ages. My son actually got me to read the books after his girlfriend “made” him read them. Thanks to “Edward” my son dresses well and has a hairstyle I actually like. I just like this storyline and the characters good and bad and hope she will expand on them eventually.

  13. I am one of the fans who caught on to Twilight about the time the first movie hit theaters. Fortunately for me, this means all the books were out in stores, so I could literally finish Twilight, run to Target on the last twenty minutes of my lunch break to grab New Moon, then go home and order Eclipse and Breaking Dawn from Barnes and Noble so that they would arrive the day after I was ready to start the next book. One of the doctors I work for actually got several staff members to read the series–though none of them read a quickly as I do, so there was a LOT of waiting for others to catch up so I could talk about them!
    As an adult reading the series, I think they are an escape– teenage angst and true love is much easier to deal with than mortgages, car payments, work, and the stresses of day-to-day life. I like that while there is the “forbidden love” aspect, there is also morals–teenage human hormones aside, Bella and Edward did things the “right” way– committed relationship, marriage, sex, THEN baby. And we can all relate to Bella’s character; clumsy, somewhat socially inept, the outsider looking for someplace to fit in. And happily, she finds it, just not the way she was expecting. Then there’s the English major in me who loves the tie-ins to classic literature– Romeo and Juliet , Wuthering Heights, Robert Frost, etc. It made me go back and read or reread them, and gives a way to encourage teenagers to read those classics. (Or just READ!) And the happily ever after with the perfect guy doesn’t hurt, either. :-)
    There are, unfortunately, a lot of people who haven’t explored the Twilight series, and therefore look down upon us adults who love it. That’s where the fansites are a welcome release. It’s great to be able to communicate/ vent/ commiserate/ countdown with others who are just as excited as I am that in 24 days, 1 hour, and 14 minutes I will be watching Eclipse in the theater, and the heck with going to work the next day!
    Finally, another HUGE “thank you” to Stephenie for the latest addition to the series (which I pre-ordered weeks ago and downloaded to my Nook first thing this morning). As a serious bookworm and Twilight addict, I am incredibly excited about the Bree Tanner story. Eclipse was my favorite book in the series, so getting more of that story is fantastic! I read Eclipse thinking that the newborn army was entirely bad, but that isn’t the case. I didn’t pay much attention to Bree in Eclipse, as she was just a leftover from the fight with the newborns who I knew the Volturi weren’t going to allow to live, no matter what the Cullens asked. Now that I know a bit about her as a human, and her short vampire life, I feel bad for her. I WANTED the Cullens to be able to adopt her; she obviously has a conscience, so she could have been a good vegetarian. And I LOVE that, even when she knew she was going to die(again), she was throwing clues to Edward about what Victoria and Jane were really up to!
    Now if we can just get that other companion book…(the one we are not going to name….) ;-)

  14. for me it was kind of ironic how i got hooked on twilight. i started reading twilight the day after breaking dawn came out. i had seen signs in barnes and nobles for this midnight release party for a book i hadnt even heard of. the next day i went back and found that it was a series, i picked twilight up and was hooked…. read all books in 5 days, i stayed up all night to read. my favorite book has to be eclipse for sure! what about eclipse do i love? i love how for once bella is completely confused! she has a choice, its the peack of the love triangle. she has no idea what to do. bella believes that her and edward are destined to be together, she loves him, but then u have jacob which bella has once compared to her own personal sun. bella is always in control an for once she has to take a step back. twilight is captivating because its all about first love and exploring ‘ new land’ bella has never been in love before, its completely new to her. what draws me to a fansite is that you can see others perspective of the characters and the books. the bree tanner novella i did not want to end! the book explores a new world, one that you never see from bella, you hear about it ,but you never experience it. its also completely diffrent, this book is devastation. bree and everyone else are being lied too, they think this is the only life for a vampire…. creatures of the night besides on ‘four days’ where they can come out and not burst into flames. i really wish that bree did not die, i really would have liked her to stay, or let the cullens teach her the rules, an how there are diffrent lifestyles to live. i hope stephenie always continues to write :)

  15. edwardsmylion says:

    I’m still waiting for my pre-ordered “Bree” book to arrive but I wanted to comment to your other questions.
    I would have to say the first Twilight book is my favorite. My sister urged me to watch the Twilight movie in March 2009. I was captivated by Edward’s beauty and the strength he showed by letting his love for Bella overcome his desire to drink her blood. I borrowed the books from a relative and read them all – I could not put them down. When I returned them to her I went out and bought my own and have read them all atleast 6 times.
    The most amazing part of my love of Twilight was even though I am 54 yrs. old, I entered a Twilight contest and won and am now a Twilight guest blogger for a local news outlet so I get to share the “Twilight” love to so many people! The story of Edward and Bella brings back all of the feelings of first love to so many which gives it such a strong universal appeal. I’m looking forward to getting my Bree Tanner book soon!

  16. I started reading the saga about 2 years ago the summer after the movie came out. MY fav book is eclipse. And some reason I fell in love wthe the saga.I do the fansites because it’s addictinig like a drug. Twilight is my drug!!!!LOL

  17. christopher says:

    i really love twilight and i think i have to buy this one coz i got so excited with the excerpts that are available online. and like all the other fans eclipse is my favorite book of the series. but i have more requests to stephenie.. i wish that she would write another story that foucuses on the life of carlisle.. coz he is so interesting the fact that he is .. and another book for the life of renesmee so passionate..until she grows up and love jacob. another one is the book that focuses on bella and edwards love after the happy ending beacause i can say that breaking dawn is great,, it’s so great that made me cry after i realized that it is the last part of the series… and i will miss bella’s way of telling the story.. because steph surely made another world.. and i can say that reading twilight books is may escape in our problematic world(in my case). so i pray that steph would read this and grant my requests.. haha.. as if we’re close.. but steph you’re great! congratulations!!

    • Christopher your so right i did cry too knowing my fav book series was over.Steph did make a new and wonderful world ,a book on Renesmee’s life after she gets older would be awesome .Everything you said I fell the same thing .I think I love you ,you made me smile ’cause I felt I was reading something I wrote.But the top said Christopher.Yeah I do love you. (Blushing to submit this)

  18. 1. Approximately when you first read Twilight?

    I read Twilight for the first time in late 2007. Back then, not too many people really knew about it where I lived. I was lucky, because I had friends who happened upon it, and along with an eager mom, got me to read it.

    2. What is your favorite book in the saga?

    I’ve been asking myself the same question ever since I read them the first time through. I honestly can’t say. I love each one for different reasons, and though some parts were harder to get through than others, I can honestly love the series as a whole.

    3. What is it about Twilight that captivates you?

    I think it has a lot to do with the fact that it seems so real. Though there are vampires hunting Bella and werewolves running in the woods, I am able to put myself in Bella’s shoes and live it right along with her. Its so incredibly relatable. I can’t think of another series (or one book, for that matter) that has dragged me in so completely and made me believe that the events that happen inside are real. I’ve read them each at least 20 times, and I can’t fathom stopping. Its become my joy read, one that I go to when I’m stressed or I just need to escape my life in favor of Bella’s. It’s saved me time and time again from the overwhelming presures of school and family and work, and I’m incredibly and eternally greatful for Stephenie’s creations.

    4. What is it that drives you to an online fansite?

    I love being able to catch up on Twilight news and talk with people who are on the same level as I am. I look for sites that are truthful, hardly ever post pictures the celebrities wouldn’t want seen, and provide a fun atmosphere for fans. When I found the Lexicon 3 years ago on Stephenie’s site, I felt like I had finally found my online Twilight home. I can’t begin explain how much I aprreciate what you all do here on the Lex for people like me. Thank you.

    5. Any comments/thoughts you have on the Bree Tanner novella

    I actually had a hard time getting the book initially. I went to Barnes and Noble and they told me they weren’t doing a midnight release. When asked why, they told me that because “they aren’t making a big deal out of it, neither are we.” I was really confused by the statement because regardless on how much its advertised, its a Stephenie Meyer book and they need to release it at midnight like any other novel by her. I then checked Borders, and the closesed release party to me was over 4 hours away. When I finally gave up on the big parties and went to a local drug store at midnight, they said they didn’t have it in the back yet. By then, I was angry, because I knew for a fact they had it. They just wouldn’t take the time to go back and get it for this poor girl who was all decked out in Twilight attire awaiting the release of her favorite author’s next book. They told me to come back later, so I did, and it was there. Apparently they had gotten a call from their boss at 2 am demanding that they put the book out immediately.

    So, I finally got to read it, and I must say I am very pleased that Stephenie put this out. It has cleared up so many loose ends that I never thought were untied. The way the newborns fought all the time, how Victoria and Riley snaked around the truth, how the Volturi were very much aware of everything that was going on and that they were actually hoping the Cullen’s would get killed. Even more so, how Edward knew everything because of Bree. I found myself yelling “Team Diego!” when I realized how how much I liked him, and tearing up when I realised he wasn’t coming back. It was nice to see how the ending scene turned out as well as how the newborns lived just days before they went to fight in Forks. I’m going to have such a new perspective when reading the series now, having all this new information to fill in the gaps. I absolutely loved The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner. Definitely a suitable companion to Eclipse.

    • I’m so sorry you couldn’t get the book in a fun way! What a bummer. Now I’m glad that I didn’t go out at Midnight but waited for the next day. It’s kind of strange how they haven’t make a very big deal out of it at many book stores. They must think we will all wait for it online. Sigh, they don’t understand us fan girls/guys. :-)

      • Haha! No kidding! I was really bummed out, but I’m just glad I finally got it. Hopefully next time these big book store chains will realize what they missed out on and get it all out at midnight!

  19. Loved the novella and the characters Fred bree and diego. The three characters kind of reminded me of Bella Edward and Jacob in that Diego and Fred try to protect Bree and each love her in her own way. It must have killed Fred to let Bree go I think he knew Diego was dead but couldn’t convince Bree of that. You’ve got to love how all Bree wants in the end is three things revenge for diegos death, the truth to be told to the cullens, and death to herself because she won’t live without Diego. Breed character was a strong female character and I actually did get teary eyed when i got to the last page and she died.

    • I started the book last night about nine and the next thing I knew it was midnight. I even set my alarm to go off early before work so I could finish it. I also had tears in my eyes. I felt so bad for Bree because all she wanted was to have Diego safe. I kept waiting and waiting for Diego to show up, but he didn’t. I am glad that Edward not only avenged Bella but Diego (although not intentally).

  20. Lorrainebow says:

    I read the saga for the first time a year and a half ago. Since I have read it eleven times. My favorite book is Breaking Dawn. I love the way it ties everything together. I wish I knew what captivates me about the story, but I don’t. I am driven to this website because I just crave more information about the series. I loooove this website because it lets me keep everyone else I know up to date with Twilight news.
    As far as the Bree Tanner story goes, I just kept wishing it would’ve ended happily for her!! I knew how it would end, but for some reason just kept hoping that she would be spared. It allows us a good look into the newborn side of things. We also get to see how twisted the Volturi can be. Last, the story makes me just want more of every facet of the series :)

  21. Approximately when you first read Twilight- November of 2009. I was one of those people who made fun of twihards. But in the end, curiousity killed the cat and I am a proud twihard!
    What is your favorite book in the saga- Eclipse, but everytime I read the series over again, I realize how great each book is. I think I enjoy Eclipse the most because I find it the funniest of the four- it literally had me in tears from laughing so hard at a few lines in it.
    What is it about Twilight that captivates you- Where to begin?! There’s so much that pulls me into these books. Everytime I read them, I still get shocked and strong feelings like I did the first time through. I love how you feel like you’re there with them, how everything seems so real (obviously not the vampires/werewolfs lol) but, just Bella’s clumsiness or two boys trying to one up each other or the akwardness of not knowing how the other person feels when it’s so obvious to everyone else.
    What is it that drives you to an online fansite- I only know a handful of people who have actually read the Twilight saga, and I definitely am on some other level of obsession then they are on. Most of the time when I’m talking to people they have no idea what I’m saying because I’m making a Twilight related joke/quote to the situation. So I figured it’d be best to try to somewhat contain my obsession online with other twihards who understand me!
    Any comments/thoughts you have on the Bree Tanner novella- Eh, I was so excited for this book to come out. Hungry for more Cullens/werewolfs, as always. So, after reading it, it was hard to stay entirely focused. I’m sure after reading it several times I’ll love it more though. I felt as though Bree was not as bloodthirsty/crazed/hostile as I was hoping she would be. Basically I felt she was an exception to the other newborns, not like Bella obviously, but Bree still was different. I’m very glad to have gotten a look into this more as it helps explain more of Eclipse from the other side, and to get to see some of the more crazed newborns. Plus I thought it was a better understanding of what Jasper had gone through in the south. And even though we all know what was going to happen to Bree at the end, it still made me sad and almost shed a tear lol. SM as always, is amazing :)

  22. I first read Twilight after seeing the movie.
    My favorite book is Eclipse although I think New Moon is the best written.
    The characters captivate me. Stephanie creates characters that just seem to live on the page.
    I only go to a couple fansites, usually. I like to know when the actors will be TV and the latest news.

    When I first heard about Bree Tanner I was somewhat indifferent. I thought it was exciting that a new Twilight work was coming out but I didn’t think I would be that interested in it without our normals characters being the focus.

    Having just finished reading it I am so glad that I did. It was excellent. Of course I love Bree, Diago and Fred. How does Stephanie make you care so much about murderous vampires?

    I have a minor issue with the Novella but overall I think it is brilliant. The way she intertwined the Eclipse dialog into the story was so cleverly done. The last two lines were a beautiful surprise and made me cry.

    Since Bree is much darker and haunting I hope the young kids’ parents use some caution before letting them read it.

  23. scuba doo says:

    I first read Twilight in Jan 2010….I know, I was late but I’m so into it now. When I saw Stephenie on Oprah and heard that it all came from a dream she had, I had to read it and then it just snow-balled from there. I was given the first two books for x-mas and when I finished NM I couldn’t wait, I went out and bought the box set. I’ve now read the whole series 5 times…Twilight 7 times and Midnight Sun 7 times (well…what Stephenie has posted).
    It’s hard to pick just one book, it’s all one story to me, I can’t read one with out the others. If forced I would say BD as then Bella changes and is able to show Edward all the love that she hasn’t been able to.
    The story captivates me; even with reading it so many times I still get caught up in the emotions…laughing, crying…getting angry and having to put the book down for a bit…but always picking it back up.
    I just discovered this site about a month ago now and I like it because I don’t feel alone in these feelings I have for this story and these characters. I have a couple of friends that have read the series and love it too, but I feel that I can express the extent of my feelings here without prejudice or somebody saying aren’t you too old…I thought that was for teens. Well it’s NOT!! And I love it!!! :)
    My town is small so we didn’t have the midnight release and then I had to work so I just finished it now….10:30pm..West Cost time and I love it. I’ve thought about things that we might have missed or happened when we were in Bella’s world…that’s why I’m really hoping Stephenie will be completing Midnight Sun….it’s great in Bella’s world, but you learn so much away from her too, things make sense and getting to know the other characters away from Bella is so interesting….this series really could go on forever…Yes I am wishing that, maybe they’ll meet up with Fred in the future…hint, hint :) Thank you to Twilight Lexicon for this site and thank you to Stephenie Meyer for having that dream and doing something wonderful with it. Lots of love from Kelowna, BC Canada

  24. Airayana says:

    I started reading twilight in 2008. I was at a slumber party and this girl just kept talking about it and how amazing this dude name Jasper was. I had seen the book before but I thought the cover was stupid looking and I didn’t want to read it. However this girl talked about the book like it was the bible so I decided to read it… I read it in one day and quickly stole the other books from my friend. I read each book several times until i got the next one. The funny part is that the girl made it seem like Jasper was the most important character, so when I read the book I was like “WHERE IS THIS JASPER DUDE?!?” then he was finally introduced and had like 6 lines in the book…. I was so confused.

    My favorite book in the saga is Eclipse, than it’s Twilight, then New Moon… Breaking Dawn doesn’t exist in my mind…

    The thing about Twilight that captivates me is that it takes this girl who believes she is ordinary and plain and she manages to fall in love and embark on this amazing adventure. It’s easy to place yourself in Bella’s place when you read the book. I also like the different take on vampires. It’s cool how Stephenie takes something that is usually portrayed as a monster and write them as the good guys.

    I like looking at the online fansites because I love all the fun facts and random tidbits. It’s also nice to know about things before the majority of your friends do. It’s pretty cool to have your friends constantly asking you for updates on Twilight because they know you already know and probably have for a few weeks.

    I’m currently waiting for my madre to take me to the bookstore so that I can buy the book. I’m so excited….

  25. lioninlovewiththelamb says:

    this book was very good

  26. I read the first Twilight novel in March of ’08. I knew Breaking Dawn was going to be released that summer,so I thought I’d better get going on the series. I was blown away by the firt book and especially chapter 13,because I’d never seen a couple or potential couple,fall in love in the first book. If it’s a series,then it usually happens in later novels. I think that’s what captivated me the most when I started reading it. I love that the theme of the books is about having a love for family and friends,against almost unbeatable odds. My favorite book in the saga is Breaking Dawn,because you see Bella grow up pretty quickly,but she handles the challenges given to her,in a mature manner. Like Stephenie said,she starts out the weakest and becomes the strongest by the end,with all of the other strong personalities around her. Her mental strength is what saves her family and friends from the Volturi. I like reading stories like this that show the hero or heroine in this case,show their courage. I’m glad there are online communities like this that have so many dedicated fans and we have something new to discuss every day,whether it’s the novels or the film adaptations. I’m proud to say I’m a Twilight fan and will always look forward to a new book in the series.

  27. I first read Twilight July 2009 and was “increduously” swept away by the Saga. I was driven to read them nonstop once I began, this surprised me as I never thought that genre would interest me. What I found,for me, it wasn’t a vampire story,only a beautiful love story. It’s hard for me to pick a fav book, love them equally, like you would your own children, but Eclipse and BD are rich in the Bella/Edward love story so I’d have to pick those, that’s the story really, their story.It’s what captives me, makes me remember my true love, youth,adventerous time. Who doesn’t want an Edward in their lives? Someone who loves you so throughly, passionately, and pure.What drives me on line is finding people like myself,so invested, and enjoying every delicious twi-tidbit we can find.I’m pretty confused as to why I feel like this, but it’s nice knowing I’m not alone. Bree’s story however, was a vampire story, and as I said not my genre, until now. It was great to see the dark side of them so we now can appreciate how hard it must be for the Cullens to be so “good” I hope we see a lot that in Eclipse.Thanks Stephanie!

  28. Approximately when you first read Twilight
    What is your favorite book in the saga
    What is it about Twilight that captivates you
    What is it that drives you to an online fansite
    Any comments/thoughts you have on the Bree Tanner novella
    I first read Twilight back in ’05. And was a follower ever since then! My friends call me the Twilight Veteran! lol. My morning routine is to check my emails and then check all the Twilight sites before I can even get the day started! If anyone has a Twilight related question they call me! My favorite book in the whole series has to be Eclipse. Twilight is 2nd. There is just something about Bella and Edward’s relationship in Eclipse that just gets me! When I first read Twilight I had gone through some really bad times and my hubby felt like my Edward. He saved me, brought me back to life. I felt like Edward did the same for Bella. What drives me to be on the sites.. I just love to be updated on the info about the movies, new things Steph is up to, and just Twilight things in general!
    So far I’ve enjoyed every minute of it! Can’t put it down but of course I always they are too short!!

  29. I read Twilight more than one year ago, after seeing the movie Twilight. I thought it was a wonderfully creative story and movie (loved what Hardwicke did with the story), so I decided -against the advice of everyone I knew – to read the book. I was hooked. As quickly as I finished one, I bought the other. Great stuff!!

    Eclipse does it for me each time I read it. I am hoping the movie does right by the book.

    It is difficult to put into words how I feel about Twilight. Might be the romance, the danger. Perhaps it’s the new spin put on a very old story. Maybe the way vampires have been portrayed in a new way. It’s probably all of the above.

    I peruse the fansites to keep up with latest on Twilight. It’s good to know I am not alone in my obsession!!

    While I’m glad Stephanie has written this, I’m not sure I will be reading it. To be completely honest, Bree is not a character I am particularly interested in, so I am still on the fence about reading her backstory. I guess I’m just holding out hope she writes more about the Cullens. I’m keeping my fingers crossed for Midnight Sun. Selfish, I know.

  30. The first time I read Twilight was in Dec of 09. MY children’s babysitter brought the book over and told me I had to read it. I remember seeing the movie advertised “in theaters now” and thought that it was just another vampire movie. I started reading the book at 6:00pm and the next thing I knew it was 2AM. I was hooked

    My favorite book is by far Eclipse. I like how Edward tries so hard to protect her, but she keeps playing by her own rules. I love how Jacob and Edward fight over her. I also LOVE The Volturi. They are the bad guys you love to hate.

    I cannot explain why Twilight capivates me. I think it is the way Edward will do anything for his love; that their love will last for ever.

    I started to go to this fansite when I read the back of Eclipse. Stephanie mentioned Twilight Lexicon and I got curious. Now when I wake up, I check this website first thing.

    I have not read Bree Tanner yet. I wasn’t too sure about the new book until I started to read all these comments. Now I cannot wait to go to the bookstore to see if they have this book.

  31. Twilight dreamer says:

    I first read Twilight in April of last year. All my friends were really getting into it and you could not go two seconds without seeing a teenage girl with one of the books in her hand. Our english teacher gave an assignment for a book report and since my friends were on my case I decided on Twilight. I fell in love that week. I also ended up getting an A on the project! During that summer I re-read Twilight and all the other books, seeing as I had nothing elnse to do. I read and read and finished the series in what I look back on as ‘the Twilight summer’. My favorite book in the series is the first Twilight because in the beginning the love was so innocent but the danger was always there hiding underneath. What drives me to the twilight saga is that it is not like any other romance book especially vampire romance. There are no fangs, the characters are complex and care more about than just blood blood and blood. There is action but its nice just to slow down and explore Edward and Bellas love. Thats what the story is about their love. The book also explores Love friendship family and cooperation many key factors to make a good story. What drives me to an online fansite? It keeps me up to date with twilight news about books movies stars whatever. Its also nice to know Im definatly not the only insane Twi-hard out there! So yay im not crazy after all! I loved Bree tanner so much it was a wonderful (what an understatement) book! I cant wait for Eclipse and cant wait to see what stephenie meyer comes up with next! Twilight forever!!

  32. Michelle says:

    Approximately when you first read Twilight

    I bought the books 28th December 2009 and read them all in nine days, I just could not put them down. I am now totally hooked and love anything Twilight. My poor hubby has to put up with this LOL

    What is your favorite book in the saga

    Eclipse is my favorite by a mile I love Bellas and Edwards relationship in Eclipse and Jacob in this book is hilarious I love the tent scene, I was laughing out loud at this part.

    What is it about Twilight that captivates you

    It’s a love story with a twist and I think most girls/woment who read it can see a little of themselves in Bella. The way she is “avarage” looking and manages to get her dream man. Every girls ideal. I can totally associate with the accident prone part. I think everyone should have an Edward even me and I am a 30+ married woman with two kiddies.

    What is it that drives you to an online fansite
    To be honest I just stumbled across it LOL But do love it for all the up to the minute information. Thanks for the hard work xx

    Any comments/thoughts you have on the Bree Tanner novella

    I rushed down and bought it after my work on the 5th (had pre ordered it so ensure my copy) and I had plans to read it then but had a bust day ended up having to read it today Sunday 6th. I thought the book was fantastic, i felt so much for Bree. Knowing fine well how it would end I found myself willing her to follow Fred and not go with Riley. The last line of the book was very touching made me cry. I loved the book. Thanks Stephenie.

  33. Approximately when you first read Twilight- Right around Thanksgiving last year. After I read the first one, I couldn’t put them down!
    What is your favorite book in the saga- Probably Eclipse, although they are all great!
    What is it about Twilight that captivates you- the love that Edward has for Bella. It reminds you of your first love.
    What is it that drives you to an online fansite- From the first time reading the series, you instantly get capitvated and fall in love with the story. Visiting a fansite gives you more insight and the “story” can continue.
    Any comments/thoughts you have on the Bree Tanner novella Oh, I loved it! It’s nice to hear the story from another perspective!

  34. MiVidaLoca says:

    Approximately when you first read Twilight- I first read Twilight in June of 09 and have read the series about 9 times since than. I really had out refusing to become on of those twilight people, through peer pressure I eventually caved and became on of them!

    What is your favorite book in the saga- Eclipse

    What is it about Twilight that captivates you- I am a huge book person and I have never read a series of books that captivated me the way these books have, they are extremely well written unlike anything I have ever seen. They really draw you in and make you feel the emotions.

    What is it that drives you to an online fansite- Find out more information and talk about the series with people that “get it” since a lot of my friends are still not caving yet.

    Any comments/thoughts you have on the Bree Tanner novella- I really enjoyed it. I had the whole thing read in just about 3 hours, I couldn’t put it down. It was really cool to see another perspective of things. I wish SM would do this with more characters. I don’t like feeling like anything twilight related as far as books are concerned is over.

  35. Approximately when you first read Twilight-
    It was in June 2008 and the funny thing is I picked it up at a Borders a couple of months before to look at it and when I read vampire and love story I was turned off. And when I moved back home my sisters were in love with them that I was like ok I better try it AND I HAVE BEEN IN LOVE EVER SINCE !
    What is your favorite book in the saga-
    Breaking Dawn
    What is it about Twilight that captivates you-
    For the first time in my life reading has been captivating and fun. I’m not a vampire fan and the way Stephenie intertwines love, family, friends and mythical creatures is amazing.
    Bella’s journey made me feel loved, sad, happy, excited, giddy and every emotion you can imagine. Yes there simple but that’s whats so beautiful about these books it doesn’t matter what your reading level is you can feel part of this world just like everyone else. I could go on and on about these books because I love them so much. I’m thankful Stephenie shared this with us.
    What is it that drives you to an online fansite-
    My love for Twilight makes me want to know more about the actors, books and Stephenie.
    And I love talking to fans and reading other fans comments on something I adore so much.
    Any comments/thoughts you have on the Bree Tanner novella-
    I love this book. It gave me a look into the newborn lifestyle. I’m sorry to those who didn’t like it but Stephenie did a beautiful job. And I think she kept Bree generalized at times because we would of had millions of crying comments haha ..
    The new characters were awesome and you don’t get that in a lot of books so it’s so nice that when you read any Stephenie book you’ll always find a character you love and connect with.
    Thank you Stephenie !

  36. 1. Approximately when you first read Twilight- In the summer of 2008 before the 1st movie came out. I read the first book and then waited for the movie before I read New Moon. The day after I saw Twilight I read New Moon and couldn’t stop. I read Eclipse and Breaking Dawn in that same week. I then read through them all over again, and again, and again!
    2. What is your favorite book in the saga- Eclipse
    3. What is it about Twilight that captivates you- The love that holds them together no matter what they are going through. I have never been a fan of vampires, but this book has (excuse the pun) really sucked me in. Some friends of mine and I traveled to Forks, WA last year and it was amazing! Twilight is my life.
    4. What is it that drives you to an online fansite- Anything having to do with the Twilight saga, and the fandom is amazing. We all have so much love and respect for one another!
    5. Any comments/thoughts you have on the Bree Tanner novella- So happy to have this book since Eclipse was my favorite. It was a great insight into what Victoria and Riley were up to, and it was great to see “vampirism” through another perspective. I would love to also read Riley’s story. And possibly Victora, James and Laurent’s as well!!!
    Thank you Stephenie!!!


    I guess that my previous comment got caught in the spam filter (too long). I just wanted to observe that if my counting is right (which is hard when Bree was confused, too), but Diego was there all along.


    Right up until Jasper put his hands over Bree’s ears — as if he is about to, uh, dispatch her. And then Diego leapt out and was spotted by Leah, and/or Leah found him.

    And Jacob noticed, and…

    Ah. So sad.

  38. Switzerland says:

    JUST FINISHED IT! such a good read. when it came time for the battle i had my copy of eclipse open too! (:

  39. So i just finished reading Bree’s book and I have a question: I understand that Diego died… Victoria ripped him up and burned the pieces one by one getting him to tell all… but what i want to know is how did all that go down? Did Diego find Riley and tell him what he knows about the sun??? Or did Diego ask about the people in dark-cloaks? Did Riley feel betrayed? Did Victoria sneak up on them while they were talking??? What do you think??? I would love to hear your thoughts

    • Nevermind. I reread the battlefield part. Diego was there the whole time. I can’t believed I missed that!

  40. I first read Twilight last February- right at a month before the DVD came out. I remember thinking that all those “silly Twilight people” were CRAZY! No series could be THAT good. Never have I been so wrong. I read the entire series in 4 days (including sleeping, working full time & taking care of my daughter. Luckily the hubby was out of town or I woulda been outta luck)

    My favorite book in the series is Eclipse, actually. I think it has a lot to do with Bella finding herself. I was actually able to identify with Bella most in this book and that’s actually what makes the series so special to me- I think we can all identify with Bella or Jake or some other character in the books in SOME way. For me, it was Bella. I’ve had to choose between two good things before… I’ve been torn between a love that would have been BETTER for me and the love I had to have or I felt like I’d die without.

    I love the online fansites because they’re the best at having all the up to the minute news on the movies. Without sites like the Lexicon, I wouldn’t have known that I could “pre-listen” to the Eclipse Soundtrack or that the Bree Novella was even going to be available! You guys are awesome!

    I wasn’t so sure about Bree’s story. I think I felt like most people: “Bree? What the heck? What does SHE have to do with anything?” But I’m OH SO GLAD I bought and read the book. I am SURE the next time I read Eclipse it will be in a different light. I am SURE that when I see the movie I will have a greater understanding (and sympathy, especially) for that poor girl who never got much of a shot at a life she could have been good at! I hope the movie brings some of the characters from the novella to the big screen. I’d love to see the dynamics of Bree & Diego played out. More than anything, this book made me want to write Stephenie and BEG on bended knee for her to finish Midnight Sun. Clearly I cannot get enough of her take on the different viewpoints of the Twilight Saga. She’s amazing and we’re all the better for being blessed to be able to read her work. Thank you, Stephenie!!! :)

  41. Awesomeness says:

    Jus finished and this book iz freakin awesome
    I was so sad when the end came and I couldn’t belive that Bree died
    Oh my freak I luv this book

  42. MiVidaLoca says:

    I am a little confused where people say Diego was there at the fight. I got the sense Jasper covered her ears to try and keep her from hearing about the wolves. I didn’t get the impression that Diego was the lone vamp that came out from hiding and I don’t recall that being confirmed.They also made many hints he was dead and like she knew although she didn’t realize she knew yet. SM does that a lot in her books. Guess I will have to read again.

  43. I really enjoyed it, i feel bad about some of the things that happened but i should have realised them becasue of reading eclipse lol Its my third fav book now behind bd and eclipse

  44. Approximately when you first read Twilight – i first read twilight around two years ago when i was home sick and i wanted something to read and it was the closest book to me.

    What is your favorite book in the saga- my favorite book in the saga is breaking dawn.
    What is it about Twilight that captivates you – the love story is what captivates me, the idea of soul mates and the inevitability of it. like you know whats going to happen but you also have no clue
    What is it that drives you to an online fansite – spoilers or trailers from the movies, or info on new books
    Any comments/thoughts you have on the Bree Tanner novella – amazing book, another hit

  45. Bree Tanner is much different then i thought when i read the chapter in Eclipse. Her book was wonderful and tragic. She would have made a great Cullen. Her and Bella would have been very good friends i think.

    -I fist read twilight in 2006 a few days after newmoon came to the shelves.
    -Its a close call between Twilight and Breaking Dawn. The beginning and the End of everything.
    -This story captivates me because it demands no less of my attention. Its the only story iv ever read where my whole being was lost in every character and every sentence, its truly settles in you.
    -I like to know info about the movies and books, Its nice to know that there are others who feel the way i do about the story.

  46. Ariel Davies says:

    I first read the Twilight Saga toward the end of my senior year in High School, so a little over 2 years ago. From the first page I was hooked like everyone else.

    My Favorites are Twlight and Breaking Dawn.

    I think what Captivates me has something to do with how it’s such a precarious read. I project myself onto Bella and my husband onto Edward and it just brings back memories of when we first fell in love. Especially when I was first reading, I WAS first falling in love with him, so it was even more intensified, and I found it very relatable.

    I’m a regular visitor to and because they keep me updated on not just everything Twilight, but also Stephenie Meyer realted. She is definitely my favorite author, and so I always know whats up and coming.

    I got “Bree Tanner” yesterday. I began reading a little after midnight and I was done a little after 4am. I just read it straight through, and I think that’s kinda how it was meant because I never felt like I could put it down. For me it was just as inticing as all of Stepehenie Meyer’s work. By the end, I completely agreed with the Intro that Stephenie wrote where she said it made her wish that she had ended Eclipse just slightly differently. I SO wanted Bree to live, and I really would like to hear more about Fred, and how his life went after that. Anyways, I loved it!

  47. I started reading the twilight saga in early 2009. My favorite book is Breaking Dawn. Being a mom, I can relate to Bella more in this book than in the others… plus I love that about half the book is from Jacob’s pov. I’ve loved reading twilight. The love story is wonerful, and Meyer does an excelent job with making love story, not just between a girl and a boy, but between a girl and boyfriend and then the same girl and her best friend. both love stories are beautiful. I like to keep up with twilight related news and that’s what draws me to a twilight fansite. I loved the short second life of bree tanner. A lot of surprises. I cried most of the way though, because I fell in love with Bree, Diego and Fred and knew what was coming for them. I was pleasently surprised when Fred ended up surviving. I really enjoyed seeing what it was like being a “normal vampire”. I also loved how Bree gave Edward all the info she could before she died. I made me love her even more. It was a sad story, but a wonderful one and I’m very happy Stephenie chose to share it with us!

  48. I first read Twilight right after the first movie came out. My sister recommended the books to me and I actually had Twilight sitting on my bookshelf for months before reading it. After I saw the movie I was interested, and then of course I was hooked.

    My favorite book in the saga is a split between Twilight and Eclipse. I love Twilight because it is just Edward and Bella and really no Jacob to worry about (can you tell which team I am:) but Eclipse is just so intense both emotionally and with the action.

    I have never been drawn to books as much as Twilight. I love the meaning behind the whole story. You can choose your fate. Even if life deals you a bad hand you don’t have to give in. I also love the intensity of Edward and Bella’s love and how they grow together through so much. I also love that it all seems so real but yet is all make-believe. It allows you explore an entirely different world, but yet one you can see yourself in.

    Something about this story drives me to want more. That is why I visit the Lexicon. The story isn’t really over because I can read about news and other events. I also find out I’m not alone:) Although I love the movies, it is not so much the movies or the actors that drive me to look at fansites, it is more the need for a continuation of a story I love so much.

    I loved Bree Tanner’s story. Just like in Twilight, she is so relatable and real. It was so interesting to see the vampire world from different, unclear eyes. I found it so interesting that they all thought they would burn in the sun and little details like that. It was like experiencing Twilight all over, you get to watch her discover all these things about an unknown world. And though the ending was tragic, it actually felt right I thought. I love that she was feeding Edward information. The Volturi visiting Victoria actually really surprised me, but now I realize it shouldn’t have. I just loved getting new details about a story I already know so well. But one problem, it just makes me want more!

  49. Emmma Jason says:

    amazing. i love it. i want to read it again and again.

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