"I am the world's best predator, aren't I? Everything about me invites you in-my voice, my face, even my smell. As if I need any of that!"
Edward's description of himself does not justify the magnet that he, the other characters, and the twilight saga as a whole has for me.
I've finished reading the second book ,NEW MOON, two days ago. I am so 'thirsty' for the third one. In fact, I am on my way today to buy the other two books, ECLIPSE and BREAKING DAWN. We also watched the twilight movie last night and this might sound a bit of a cliche but yeah, it's not as good as the book. Of course not! The movie was excogitated from the book, so obviously the book was alluring enough, warranting a movie production out f it. Personally, I felt the movie did justice to the story. It might not be as good, but it's definitely put faces on the names and backdrops where it stood merely as far as my imagination can go. I am happy with the movie. Added bonus:
Robert Pattinson is so H-O-T!!!!
New moon left me gasping for air when Edward broke up with Bella in the hope that he will put Bella away from the danger that his world comes with. He was literally just in the beginning and the end of the book. In between is where Jacob Black has planted a seed in my mind. I did not like him at first, but as the pages started to deflate, I kept hoping for Edward to come back...then falling slowly in love with Jacob, but not knowing which category of 'love' exactly-confusion!!!.
Stephenie Meyer wrote it to hit exactly how Bella feels. It was eerily almost as if I was feeling unequivocally the same way as Bella. You sort of keep hoping and hoping...and hoping...for Edward to come back. Then you get tired, and take a step to move on...
I love this book better than TWILIGHT, but as my young friend Ivy told me, Twilight is important because it introduces you to the characters. But the real action starts in NEW MOON. In deed!
I am looking forward to the movie and I'm dead hoping they won't change Robert Pattinson as Edward. There had been talks about Gaspard Ulliel playing Edward in the other sequel. I can't get over the fact that Gaspard played Hannibal Lecter in one of the movies I've seen on TV just recently. EEeeeeoooowwwwssshhhhoccckkkkssssyuk!!!
Anyway, a piece of advise, if you have not read the book, DO NOT WATCH THE MOVIE!!!
"...for this to be the twilight of your life, though your life has barely started. You're ready to give up everything"- Edward Cullen