Fans New and Old Where Do The Twilight Books Rank

We thought we’d do a little poll today. Something we have noticed as we are one the road at conventions and premieres is that there seems to be a difference in book preference depending upon when you entered the fandom. Folks who had to wait a year for each book’s release tend to go one way vs. folks who didn’t have to wait and read all four books straight through (usually after the first movie came out) tend to pick different books. We’ve also seen some shifted opinion on books. So vote away, and if the polls don’t cover what best represents your experience chime in in the comments.

Comments

  1. Elizabeth (EverythingRemindsMeOfTwilight) says:

    The options in the first poll don’t really cover my particular case. I actually had not heard of the Twilight movie when I started reading the books. When I read Twilight (in April 2009), I had 2 small children and had become a stay-at-home mom and my husband had a (semi-)new job. It was like I was in a bubble those first few years. I was desperate to read something new and I kept seeing this Twilight cover in the stores, but it was never available at the library (constantly checked out). When I asked my sister if she’d ever heard of this book called Twilight, she said that her grad school friend had read those books and really liked them, so I probably would. So, I bought the first and read it in a day. I called my husband on his way home from work and asked him to pick up the other 3 for me (I actually had to look up the titles on Wikipedia to find out how many there were in the series). I have never looked back and read them all in a week. It might not have taken me so long except the kids were sick that same week.

    The next week when I was running errands I saw the Twilight DVD and I thought “Oh! They made it into a movie!” and bought it and watched it. A short while later, I found the Lexicon…then I got my Mom, sisters, mother-in-law, aunts, and cousins to read the books.

    So, all that to say, I may have come in to the fandom later, but it has always been about the books for me. I love them and am so thankful that Stephenie Meyer was generous enough to share them with us. They have given my family and I so much joy. Twilight is one of the best things that has ever happened to me. :-)

  2. I read the books in October 2008. A month before the movies came out but after all four books were out. My only familiarity with the movie was that it had displaced Harry Potter – that they had decided to delay the 6th movie’s release until Summer 2009 b/c they were worried about Twilight. I was upset about that.
    But of course, it’s hard to represent every category in polls like this. Fun post!

  3. i actually started reading the series beford the first movie came out but after breaking dawn was released so i had already read the entire series before twilight(movie) came out so none of the options above really fit my case and i had not heard of the teilight movie until after i read the first book soooo. . . i still love twilight and my fave book is eclipse and book 3 of breaking dawn

    • switzy4ever14 says:

      My scenario exactly. Twilight was still a blip on the radar when I read all four books in September 2008. Then, I started hearing thunder about a movie coming out in November. So I didn’t have to wait for the books, but I didn’t start reading them because of the movies or the popularity of the novel as a result of the movies. A friend told me about the series and that was all she wrote.

  4. Wow, this is really interesting. I remember before the movie it was a matter of between which books had you become a fan. Some were REALLY old-school and had been since before New Moon. Many, like me, were before Eclipse, (which came out the same summer as Harry Potter 7, the book, and Harry Potter 5, the movie. THAT was a totally awesome summer.) and I think there were quite a few before Breaking Dawn, and even a few in between Breaking Dawn and the movie… Its so cool to realize that there are a lot of fans that became fans AFTER the movie.

  5. I think people are just saying they like BD more now because of the movie. BD has a lot of haters. It’s always been my fave.

  6. My entry into Twilight is rather ironic. I NEVER thought I’d be as deep into Twilight as I am.

    I remember when the books came out. I was frequenting another community site about doll houses and the members there (mostly moms) were talking about the first book and how it’s their “new” favorite book that makes them all warm and gushy. I remember rolling my eyes thinking oh brother, give me a break and grow up. LOL

    Now I should mention that I like Harry Potter. I read all the books and saw all but the last 2 movies (I am waiting for them to hit DVD/Netflix so I could watch them back to back).

    Then the movie came out – I had no interest in a gushy, teenie bopper love story. I wanted good stories, deep stories, and I love horror movies. Then the movie came on DVD. The gal in the movie store tried to get me to rent it every time I walked in. I would pick up the movie, read the back and put it on the shelf rolling my eyes again. I would wrinkle my nose at her and say ugh, no, I don’t want to watch some teenie bopper hormone inducing cheezy movie. ROFLMAO (I say that NOW, if only I knew).

    THEN New Moon (movie) came out and it was surrounded by all types of media coverage because of the success at the box office. There were so many stories in the regular media about the demographic shift in women and what they want, etc. My husband and I discussed it (we like to discuss philosophical things like that) but without either of us seeing the movies or me reading the books, I didn’t know what I was really talking about.

    Then a few days later, we’re in the video store and my husband has Twilight in his hands. My eyes nearly dropped out of my head! I asked him “what are you renting that for?” He said “well, I’m curious to see what all the hype is about. So we watched the movie that night. I remember during the movie being completely BORED and making gagging noises during the whole Bella’s lullaby scene when Edward is playing the piano for her. When the movie was over I shrugged, said “meh” it was a cheezy teenie bopper movie, just like I thought.

    I DO remember very clearly commenting on how hot Carlisle was and how I wouldn’t mind if he were MY Doctor….hahahaha!

    My husband liked the movie because it was “stylish”, with the blue tint, and some of the camera angles. I told him I want to read the books. I like reading books to the movies because I find that the books usually are better. So, the next time we were in the bookstore, I picked up the box set. No, that’s not true, I RIPPED the box set off the shelf, rushed to check out, then rushed home and read the books back to back without stopping. The minute I saw the covers I fell in LOVE with the artwork. I don’t know why, but something about the simplicity, yet beauty of the book covers really grabbed me.

    I wasn’t more than halfway through the first book and I realized I would have to eat my words of whatever I thought and said about Twilight. I was beyond hooked….I died and went to heaven! So, I bought Twilight on DVD because I KNEW I had to see it again. The second time was like falling in love again (cheezy sounding, I know, OH the IRONY!). After I read New Moon, I HAD to see the movie! I drove two hours one way and spent the night at a non-Twilight friend’s house just to see the movie. (This was in January, 2010 just toward the end of the theater run for New Moon so the movie wasn’t playing in many theaters near my small town). I saw the movie and remember crying during some of the scenes.

    When New Moon came out on DVD, I was first in line at my local Wal-Mart at a midnight release party just to get the DVD. I rushed home and we had a Twilight Marathon – both movies back to back. Later that year, I got my Twilight Tattoo – the image of all 4 book covers on my left inner forearm.

    Just before Eclipse came out, I reread all the books again then my husband graciously took me to see the movie. When the DVD came out, I was first in line again at the midnight release party. My husband and I had our Twilight Marathon again of all 3 movies.

    Since then, I lost track of how many times I”ve read the books, seen the movies and read the books again. My husband knows when it’s “Twilight” night because I”ll fix my self my favorite drink, put on my comfy pjs, turn off all the lights in the living room and get in my comfy chair before starting to watch Twilight.

    Just before BD, I reread all the books AGAIN (well, up to the halfway point of BD right after Bella changes). Then I read the second half after we saw the movie. My husband and I had our “date night” when we saw BD. I cried through the entire movie, and even before the movie started because I was SO happy I was going to see it.

    The Saturday after we saw BD, we came home and had a Twilight Marathon again (didn’t have time before BD to do it). I’m starting to reread Twilight again.

    I’m not ashamed to admit my addiction and draw to Twilight. I”m a 41 year old married (but no children) woman who is a die hard romantic (no matter how hard I tried to deny it as I got older). I still chuckle to myself everytime I think of my initial aversion to Twilight and how much I NEVER thought I’d go gaga over it like I do now. I’m so addicted to Twilight that I have all the books on my iPad (and hard copy), and all the movies (except BD of course) on my iPad, iPhone and Mac. This way I’m NEVER without my Twilight when I’m away from home. I remember during the Burger King Eclipse Promotion, I HAD to get Bella’s Bracelet and Edward’s wrist band. I NEVER thought I’d be that way about a movie/book story. HAHA

    I’m sorry for the long post, if you haven’t guessed, my friends are anti-Twilight and don’t see the draw it has for me. Even a few of my girlfriends who saw Twilight/NM/Eclipse (and liked it) still aren’t as deep into it as I am. They just don’t see the BEAUTY and romance and endearing love story that Twilight is. So this is the only place I can express my true feelings about the stories and not feel embarrassed.

    Okay, so the TL;DR (summary) part…

    I had NO interest in Twilight (movies or books) when the first came out. I have my husband to thank for my newfound love due to his curiosity for the first movie. Now I’m a die-hard Twilight fan with a Twilight tattoo who dreams about Edward and Carlisle almost every night. I read the books so many times, they look like a library copy and watched the DVD so many times, it’s getting worn out.

    Thank you for letting me carry on about my Twilight love :-)

  7. I didn’t know anything about Twilight until I saw Stephenie Meyer’s on Oprah and what made me interested was the fact that it all started with a dream. I was given Twilight and New Moon for Christmas 2009 but didn’t read them until January 2010. I finished both of them within a couple of days and I couldn’t wait so I went out to find the other two but I could only find them in the hardcover box set so I bought it and finished the other two within that week. I love Twilight as it hooked me and New Moon was hard, I cried so much through that book. Eclipse is my least favourite book, it irritates me how many people guilt Bella and how she falls for it all. I love Breaking Dawn as Bella finds herself and confidence in that and how becoming a vampire was meant to be. As I was so late to discover Twilight I missed seeing the first two movies in the theaters but I own them all now, but I still read the books more regularly, ten plus times and counting; I can’t wait for BD-2 to come out now.
    Thank you to Stephenie for sharing this wonderful story, even though I’m sorry it’s over.

  8. CullenCoven says:

    I was in 6th grade the year Twilight (movie) came out. I kept seeing the books at lunch and was a bit curious. When my mom brought Twilight home, I grabbed it and locked myself in my room for a few hours while I read it. Then I asked her for the others. Breaking Dawn had just come out a few months earlier, and was my favorite. When I went and saw Twilight in theaters, I became an obsessed, screaming fangirl. I still put school before Twilight, but I love it nonetheless, no matter what haters say. Everyone is entilted to their own opinion.

  9. Twilight (the movie) came out when I was in 5th grade. Before that I had never heard of it. So everyone was talking about it so I decided to read the books. I read Twilight and was hooked. I sped through New Moon desperate to get Edward back. Then Eclipse went by in less than a week. Finally I got to Breaking Dawn. Well I more or less locked myself in my room over the summer of 2009 for 2 days to finish it. I definitly have a hard time choosing whether Eclipse or Breaking Dawn was my favorite, but I think it is BD. I loved Twilight and New Moon was my least favorite because I hated not having Edward hahaha. Anyway, now I’m an addicted TwiHard who everyone at school makes fun of (hahaha just a little teasing like “you like twilight? whats wrong with you” from the guys) and I’m proud of it!!!

  10. I came in after the first film and read them all in a week. New Moon is my favourite I think the heartbreak and longing is incredible. A close second is Braking Dawn and I loved the ending, which some of my friends thought was an anti-climax. I didn’t like Eclipse I’m a big team Jacob fan and Bella and Edward both annoyed me in that book. I re-read it before the eclipse film came out and I like it much better now (maybe because I know everything works out for Jake).

  11. I read the Twilight books before the movies came out but when the actors were first being chosen to make the films. It was exciting to see who was being picked to make the films as I was reading the books and I could visualize the characters in my head as I read. I really loved the love triangle in Eclipse and the beginning of the love story in Twilight. I LOVED reading the love story through Edward’s eyes in Midnight Sun. He tells the story in the best way. I think my favorite movie so far has been New Moon but it was my least favorite book. I am team Edward in the books but I really like Jacob a whole lot in the movies (must be Taylor Lautner that had something to do with that :) I however eally get sick of all the negative stuff that comes out with every movie. I guess there wouldn’t be so much negative if it wasn’t such a great franchise. With everything great thing there has to be people there to tear it down. I thought Kristen Stewart was incredible in Breaking Dawn. I can’t wait to see her as a vampire in part 2.

  12. same here!
    I started reading the books in the summer of 08 and only had to wait like a week for Breaking Dawn to come out, so I cant really answer the questions asked in the polls. With this said I could say I read the books before any of the movies came out, but already knowing the actors who were going to play the characters. I guess there was a difference when reading the books and my reactions to the movies compare to those who started the books before any movie adaptation was even announced. When reading the books I always picture Rob as Edward and Kristen as Bella, etc but I picture them doing the things in the books which in some cases were totally different in the movies (e.i. the meadow scene in Twilight book vs the movie)

  13. I actually became a fan of the books a month before the first movie came out so I didn’t have to wait to read the books. However Breaking Dawn its always been my favorite because everything comes together in this book. Finally after 3 books of everyone telling Bella not to become a vampire, she goes through with it and she is a bad-ass vampire just like in the cover of the book she goes from being weak to being the strongest and is at last happy

  14. When Twilight first hit the theaters my son went with his girlfriend to see and he came saying how much he hated. I was not interested because I thought it was something just for the teens.

    This past summer, my husband put them on our netflix list ” just to check them out and see what they are all about”.

    We watched Twilight and my thoughts were” HMMMM that is pretty good.” Next came New Moon and I had the same reaction to it, of course Eclipse came next and by the end of it I was saying that I had to read the books because there had to be more in the books and better. I read all 4 books within a month- after each book I decided that I HAD to watch the movie again- so I called my neighbor and asked if she had the movies- JACKPOT! I held onto to her movies until I got my own copies. I am completely and irrevocably addicted to Twilight. Love the story, the characters- Everything! I could read the whole series from Edward’s point of view. I would especially love to have Breaking Dawn from his point of view.

  15. I’ll share my tale of how I got into Twilight too. I’m really surprised that so many people chose BD as their favorite in the polls. I’m guessing it’s largely just due to the excitement of seeing the new movie because I don’t meet many fans who like it. I’ll explain more below.

    I started reading the books out of curiosity, and it took me a while to actually get into them. I was working in a bookstore at the time and there was a regular stream of girls coming in for the books, this was before the movies. One time a girl ran in (literally, ran), grabbed Eclipse, plopped right down on the floor in front of the shelf and didn’t budge for at least an hour. A coworker of mine was really into them and was always trying to get me to read, along with another friend who has similar taste in books. So one slow night in the store I found myself with nothing left from my personal list to read. Twilight was sitting there, staring back at me so I picked it up. I’m not going to sugar coat this- it was very hard to get through. I had never read a published book containing such stilted writing. Bella was unbearably whiny and the whole mood just struck me as someone’s contrived idea of what being an angsty teen should be like. I don’t like to leave a book unfinished, but somewhere around the time when Bella approved of his creepy night stalking… I just couldn’t take it anymore. I put it down knowing that I probably wouldn’t be able see past the flaws to get lost in the story (spoiler: I did eventually).

    Fast forward to the fall of 2008 when BD came out. This is why I’m so surprised at these polls. We had a ton of people at the release and they were all super excited to get the new book. A couple days later we started getting returns. Girls were coming to return their copies because they were so disappointed. There was this sort of makeshift support group of fans rotating in the store, ranting about the book with each other. One of my friends who had been constantly trying to get me to read Twilight called to tell that I have to read the first 3 but ignore that the 4th exists. I didn’t know what in the world was going on in the series to cause all this, which peaked my curiosity again.

    Fast forward again a bit to the release of the Twilight movie. The bookstore I worked in was right across the street from the big movie theatre in the city. It made for a great home base for my friends and I when there were midnight showings (all the harry potter movies, LoTR) and also convenient movie reviews from customers, hehe. Twilight brought in more fans. A bunch of them struck up conversations with me about how they liked the movie, quite a few were still talking about how sad they were about BD. One of my friends was begging me to go see it with her and I figured why not. As far as movies go it wasn’t that great, but for an adaptation I thought it actually improved upon the book hugely (of what I had read up to that point anyhow). Kristen gave Bella a backbone. She was still a little weird with the stuttering and such but the chemistry between her and Rob was what really made it all click for me. They made it believable.

    A couple months later I saw it again on DVD and decided to give the book another try. The writing was still often groan inducing for me, but I let myself ignore that and escape into the romance. Now I enjoy the books as escapism and giggle at the ridiculous parts. So, the point of the whole thing is that I didn’t like the books until I saw the movie. Probably a different scenario from most =)

  16. I came into the fandom between New Moon and Eclipse. Then, I had to wait a year for Breaking Dawn. Because Stephenie kept alluding to Midsummer’s Night Dream for Breaking Dawn I was freaked out for a year that something was going to happen to pull Edward and Bella apart. My friend emailed me almost every day with a reason why Stehenie wouldn’t do that…to keep me calm. I can never decide if I like Twilight or Breaking Dawn best but I love them all and I even have a stronger appreciation now for New Moon. And, of course, I love the movies—especially B.D.

  17. i read all 4 books straight through but in early August 2008 (and then read them straight through again) before I realized there was a movie out in 4 months – or that breaking dawn had just been released, i considered myself lucky, i don’t know how you guys managed to wait for it

    but to answer the other polls – my favorite book is Breaking Dawn (and then proceeds backwards, Eclipse, New Moon, Twilight)
    and initially i didn’t like New Moon as much the first time I read it, but after rereading it, I found I could appreciate and really get something out of the parts with her depression and then Jake’s moments stood out a lot more.

    and if I’m being completely honest – I’m pretty sure that the limited amount of Midnight Sun available trumps everything else, in terms of my favorite. I just wish people would stop talking to Stephenie about it because it’s probably going to be a long time until she feels alone with it. and after that who knows if she’ll be inspired to write more. oh well, a girl can dream :)

  18. I read Twilight right after Eclipse (the book) was released. My Junior year of high school I actually did a full thesis paper about Twilight vampires as opposed to the traditional vampire. This was in 2007.

    No offense to anyone but I miss the days when the Lexicon was full of us pre-movie fans. When Rob and Kristen were cast I remember all hell practically broke loose lol They have completely grown on me now though but I still keep my imaginations version of Edward locked away in my heart!! lol

    I’m so glad to see that the movies brought a lot of great fans even though Twilight culture changed drastically because of the movies.

  19. I didn’t read them until Thanksgiving weekend 3 years ago when the first film came out. I was teaching sunday school to 6/ 7th grade at the time and one day I came in and 5 of my 7 students were at different points in the series. I thought…”I have to see what this is all about.” I read the Twilight in less than day…saw the movie..and then went straight to Borders and bought the other 3 books and finished them within the week (I had to work after all).

    My favorite books in order are: Twilight and Breaking Dawn (tied for 1st), Eclipse, and New Moon. New Moon is last only because it made me cry the first time I read it and I don’t like crying.

  20. Breaking Dawn, the movie, was awful. I have zero desire to see part 2. I was extremely disappointed. I absolutely LOVED the book. Just wish I hadn’t gone to see breaking dawn. :/

  21. I’m one of those who was initially reluctant to read the books because there was a lot of negativity going around just before the first movie came out. I saw Twilight everywhere on the shelves, and a co-worker was incredibly excited about the movie coming out, but I had seen others on the internet complaining about the writing in the books and how they were just a rip-off of the Vampire Diaries (boy, did THOSE comments turn out to be wrong). After the midnight showing, my co-worker came in and was SO disappointed by the movie – she didn’t think any of the actors were right for their parts, except Taylor. So I decided the movie was nothing special and forgot about it for a few months. However, my co-worker kept urging me to try the books. Ironically, my mother also had co-workers urging her to read the books (“But forget the movie. The books are better.”)

    Fast forward to Twilight coming to DVD. For some unknown reason, maybe my curiosity had finally overcome me, I decided to rent Twilight. My mom, teenage niece and I sat down to watch it…and LOVED it! We thought it a great movie and very romantic. We wanted to know what happened next! So my mom borrowed the Twilight book from one of her co-workers and brought it home to read. It took her a few days, but she finished and passed it on to me. It took me a day to finish. She then brought home New Moon, read it, passed it to me and I was done in another day!. She brought home Eclipse but I didn’t have the patience now to have her read it first. I grabbed it, finished it in – you guessed it – a day, handed it to her and headed off to Borders to buy Breaking Dawn. An obsession was born.

    I have to say, I’ve enjoyed all the movies – except Eclipse. I saw New Moon at the midnight showing with my co-worker (who had to laugh at my enthusiasm) and we both agreed Chris did an incredible job bringing that story to the screen – it was so close to the book. The next summer Eclipse came out and I did the marathon, since I hadn’t seen Twilight on the big screen, and loved the first two as much as ever. But Eclipse did not impress me. Everything was there, it was technically well-done, but it left me completely cold. I bought the DVD so I’d have a complete collection, and to listen to Stephenie’s commentary. But I don’t watch Eclipse like I do the first two movies. Breaking Dawn – Part 1, however, is FANTASTIC. I will see it multiple times this holiday season and buy the DVD as soon as it hits the racks. My mom and niece actually agree with me about the movies – Eclipse is their least favorite as well.

    So, I read them all in a week, after I saw Twilight on DVD. I voted for Breaking Dawn as my favorite but, frankly, I love them all equally. Each one of them shows a different part of a relationship – first love, lost love, found love and the culmination of it all – and they are all equally beloved. If Midnight Sun was on the list, however, that would have gotten my vote. It is the best of them all.

  22. Actually, Midnight Sun is my favourite, but that’s not an option…!

  23. Amanda Adams says:

    I was friends with Stephanie Meyers’ brother Seth and he had mentioned the books and that I should read them. I knew people who were obsessed, but never really took an interest because vampires were not my thing. I am generally a historical fiction suspense junkie. I went to see the movie because I thought it might give me a feel for whether I really wanted to sit down and read all four books. I loved it and the very new spin Stephanie gave on vampires. These were vampires and werewolves I could get into. I picked up the books and read them all in less then a week. I fell in love with this cool escape and never turned back. It is one of my favorite places to return when I need a good break from reality. It has also expanded my book palette. I read much more supernatural based stuff than I ever did before. I think she drew me in because her characters and their trials were so relatable even though many of them were out of this world.

  24. I actually heard “Decode” on the radio at a Sonic (fast food restaurant) LOL. I asked what the song was and my friend said “You know, the Paramore song from Twilight…”. So I went home and Googled the music video. There were clips from Twilight in it, and the movie looked good, so I went to see the movie. Then I realized they were based on books, got all the books, read them, and now I’m really ridiculously obsessed.

  25. I actually heard “Decode” on the radio at a Sonic (fast food restaurant) LOL. I asked what the song was and my friend said “You know, the Paramore song from Twilight…”. So I went home and Googled the music video. There were clips from Twilight in it, and the movie looked good, so I went to see the movie. Then I realized they were based on books, got all the books, read them, and now I’m really ridiculously obsessed. But I REALLY REALLY REALLY wish I had heard about these books earlier and was an “old school fan”. I bet some of those early events and book signings were AMAZING.

  26. SimplyMortal says:

    I remember when I was considered a new fan. Now, I’m considered an old school fan and that just feels weird. haha. I have been a proud fan since June 2007. Twilight remains my favorite book in the series with Eclipse a close second. Breaking Dawn is my least favorite to the day. Still I don’t think I will give up my love for twilight anytime soon. =D

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