|Reviews for Essays: Twilight|
| Lily F. Lux 5/10/13 . chapter 15
Fourth and forth are two different words. Forth can be used thus: Go forth and preach the good news to all nations. Fourth can be shortened to 4th, and is part of a numerical order: Fourthly, I think that J. K. Rowling beats out Stephenie Meyer any day.
| Lily F. Lux 5/10/13 . chapter 11
His name is Robert Pattinson, not Robert Patterson.
| Moonlightpheonix-xX 5/10/13 . chapter 14
I completely agree with all of this. Twilight was not a good book and the only character I liked was Alice. But you want to know what would of made it awesome? If it was about Bella's dad finding out he lived in a town full of vampires and giant dog people(they DO NOT look like werewolves. _) instead of Bella's stupid love life. I would totally read a Fanfiction like that, but I wouldn't write one because I think I'd ruin it, but oh well.
| Nevermind 4/29/13 . chapter 8
I think that the Twilight fans are referring to the relationship build-up of Edward and Bella (which is something I myself have a problem with, but this isn't the right time or place to talk about that). In any case, I don't see the point in cullengirl00's statement here. The books are cluttered with useless scenes that have no significance whatsoever in the plot. Such a waste.
Good job with this, Yemi Hikari!
| Nevermind 4/29/13 . chapter 5
There's also the fact that Robert Pattinson, the lead male of Twilight, had a supporting role in the fourth Harry Potter movie as Cedric.
| A Searcher 4/16/13 . chapter 1
You make valid points. The fact Meyer went against a lot the facts known about those fictional creatures and probably just wanted the blood sucking part of the vampire to get Edward to first notice Bella.
Also you said "To many people have come to find this to be disturbing" I understand what you are trying to say but maybe I am the confused one there...
You made you points clearly and I know you wrote this a while back but I was interested in what you had to say when I saw "Bella is Meyer." You also are right in saying cooking and cleaning do not equate to maturity. I really liked this essay and you would probably get an A1 in Leaving certificate Higher level English in Ireland. I doubt many examiners could find fault with it.
| tiggerandpooh 3/18/13 . chapter 6
Whoa! She insulted The Princess Bride? And Shakespeare?! Ugh, I cannot stand this chick!
I like your writing very much. You are very good with your wording. :)
| Any59.0 3/2/13 . chapter 4
Ugh...I've read a small section of a Twilight book...and it was like giving someone who couldn't sew to save their life silk and telling them to make a fancy dress. What I HAD read had a lot of promise, but just couldn't be pulled together.
| Starlight606 1/13/13 . chapter 2
I love the Redwall series! Martin the Warrior was so tragic and yet beautiful. I love how Brian Jaques made her death so symbolic.
| Sakiku 12/4/10 . chapter 2
You're absolutely right with your analysis. Bella is a first grade Mary Sue, and that says a lot about 's character and maturity level. That she isn't able to take criticism is yet another indicator of her lack of maturity.
To be honest, I think it would have been a lot better if she had just stopped the Twilight saga after the first book, when the hype was still on and praising her to the high heavens. But the longer one drags out a series, the more of the author gets put in, and when there is so little of interest in the author herself... it's not more or less than what one could expect.
| Evilhumour Author 11/28/10 . chapter 2
Do not forget the little comment involving Steven King.