The Twilight Series

Twilight Series

The beginnings of The Twilight Series reach back five summers. While her family was sleeping, Stephenie Meyer picked up a pen and started writing a romantic story about a 17 year old girl named Bella Swan who falls madly in love with Edward Cullen – a gorgeous vampire. What started as a passion of a Phoenix housewife, turned into a multi-million dollar success not even Stephenie Meyer could predict. After reading the teaser from The Twilight Series, one of the agents whom Stephenie Meyer contacted with her work had offered her a $750k deal.

What happened next was a series of events Stephenie Meyer would never have imagined. At 34 year old, she’s a New York Times best-selling author with The Twilight Series being published in 37 countries. Later on, her first book titled simply “Twilight” was made into a feature length movie and The Twilight Saga became one of the most talked about book series in the world.

Many fans of The Twilight Series compare Stephenie Meyer to J.K. Rowling. As a matter of fact, when the third installment in the Twilight saga named Eclipse was released in Summer of 2007, the sales of the book sky-rocketed to the point that it matched, and then exceeded the sales of Harry Potter book.

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64 thoughts on “The Twilight Series

  1. truly entertaining! …a masterpiece indeed!
    won’t get tired of reading the novels and watching the movies over and over again!….

  2. twilight has the most pathetic vampires ever anyone who disagrees needs to google vlad the impaler lmfao

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