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November 23, 2008

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Ti

I haven't read the book yet either! I remember "maternity leave" reading. I had the 4th Harry Potter book in the hospital with me and the nurses laughed at me. They said "you won't have time to read that" and I laughed!

I still have not read that book. LOL.
I guess the key is to read the book BEFORE you go into labor.

Book Club Girl

Yeah, I'm being optimistic, at best. The only book I managed to read last time was Anne Lamott's Operating Instructions--I could enjoy it in small bits, late at night, and it helped that she was going through exactly what I was!

Ladytink_534

I read all four books the week before the movie came out. I loved the movie too, so good!

Julie P.

I thought I was the only "book lover" who hadn't read them yet!

Melanie

I do plan to read the book once I can get a copy from the library. I think I'll skip the movie though. It's a book I'm not really interested in myself, but I want to try it to see what all the fuss is about.

Toni

I saw the movie this weekend also!. I just finally read the book (so NOT me) about two weeks ago. I was pleasantly surprised and eagerly anticipated the movie. Loved both the book and the movie. Can't wait for more.

Kristen

Thanks to my son's babysitter, I just started reading the first book this weekend and I'm hooked! I can't wait to see the movie once I'm done. :)

Serena (Savvy Verse & Wit)

this trailer gives you all the best parts. I can't wait for it to be on DVD...I'll be glued to the tv for weeks. I loved these books and hope all of them become movies.

Anna

I've read all the books and enjoyed them. I thought the movie was pretty good, too, though I'm not sure I was supposed to find it funny! ;)

Julie E.

I realize I'm in the minority, I actually thought the book "Twilight" was terrible. I was disappointed, because I really wanted to be able to get into this series. I tried to read the second one, "New Moon," just to give the books another chance, and couldn't even make it halfway through before I gave up for good. In retrospect, I should have realized that these books are mainly teenage romances, just with a vampire boy instead of a human. If I'd lowered my expectations more I might have enjoyed them.

Natalie

I just saw Twilight with my husband and fell in love with the characters. This prompted me to read the book. I could not put the it down. I am hooked. I am started the second book in the serious.
I was on Stephanie Meyer website and I learned that she was writing a book in Edwards’s perspective (Midnight Sun), but someone leaked the first 12 chapters on the internet. She decided not to publish the book, buthas made it available on her website. I am disappointed that she will not publish it, in my opinion it was better than Twilight.


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