What are good books to read if you loved twilight saga?

What are good books to read if you loved twilight saga? Topic: It thesis title list
June 20, 2019 / By Lucy
Question: okay now it may suprise u but im a guy if u couldnt tell by the picture :P and well i just recently finished the last book in the twilight saga breaking dawn well actualy not even an hour ago and i have got to say it was one of the greatest pieces of literature ive ever read in my intire life and i dnt belive that Stephanie has any follow up in mind as much as the whole world wants her to but back to my main point twilight was amazing and the whole vampire thing adds an aspect of excitment but i was more intruiged with the utter romance of the book between edward and bella it had me mesemerized from the begining and i was wondering if anyone could lead me to find and type of romances like the one in twilight series if possible :D and thank u any sugestions are apreciated also i wouldnt like to find a book thats not totaly out of the fantasy element because thats really all i read fantasy mixed with stuff but i mean cmon who wants to read about boring ppl romance??:P but fantasy romance would be a nice title for what im looking for
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Kayla Kayla | 3 days ago
Blue Bloods by Melissa de la Cruz there about vampires . Personal favorite and not your typical vampire book. Theses are werewolf The Kitty Norville Series by Carrie Vaughn is a were wolf that is a late night DJ and gets tired of working there. she opens up a phone line and talks about and to creatures that only come out at night. Blood and Chocolate is on my list and a favorite of many of my friends, but i haven't read it yet Prowlers by Christopher Golden. A teenager becomes a werewolf hunter, guided by the ghost of a friend who was killed by werewolves. The Wolving Time by Patrick Jennings. A teenage werewolf living during the time of the witch persecutions experiences his first transformations. Good Luck!
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Kayla Originally Answered: What is a good book for Twilight Readers (other than Twilight itself)?
So you're looking for a FAN book, right? Not suggestions as to what else to read? You should check out A New Dawn (edited by Ellen Hopkins). It's a book of essays about Twilight written by other young adult authors. As somebody who actually isn't obsessed with Twilight, I still found the essays intriguing and respectful, so for somebody who really LOVES Twilight, it should be great. A believe Mrs. Meyer herself has some sort of Official Guide which either recently came out or is coming out soon, so that might be good, though I do hate the idea of giving Meyer more money. Depending how "intellectual" she is (which, yes, you can be intellectual and still like Twilight... some of the smartest chicks I know were Twilight fans only a few years ago... true, they grew out of it, but still) there are also some interesting books on the philosophy of Twilight or it's effect on pop culture, such as this: http://www.amazon.com/Twilight-History-W... this: http://www.amazon.com/Twilight-Philosoph... or this: http://www.amazon.com/Spotlight-Close-Up... there's also fan guides like this: http://www.amazon.com/Twilight-Companion-Unauthorized-Guide/dp/B002KQ6FME/ref=pd_sim_b_6
Kayla Originally Answered: What is a good book for Twilight Readers (other than Twilight itself)?
The Host and The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner are the obvious choices, but if she's a fan, I'm sure she already has them. If you go to any bookstore you will also find a bunch of Twilight related books: The Twilight Companion, Twilight and Philosophy, The Unofficial Guide to Twilight and so on and so forth, not to mention all those related to the movies: The Official Illustrated Movie Companions.

Honour Honour
I doubt that my series would be nearly as good as Twilight, and one reason is the boy doesn't get the girl until the second book. He actually falls in love with two other girls who he later finds out are his cousins. He was adopted before age one and knew nothing of his family. He was born of Native American heritage and the medicine man of his tribe is aware of his life and calls him back through dreams. This is a five book series about a young, talented computer wizard who gets called to become the leader of a floundering Indian tribe. Harry Raven, must undergo a series of ritualistic tests to prove his worth. As a slovenly city boy, he must first transform his body into a marvelous machine to undertake the challenges that befall him. I can't say much more without giving away too many answers, but he is very closely associated with a spirit called White Panther who is explained in a later series.
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Edina Edina
Meyers has another book, called The Host. Vampire Chronicles by Anne Rice Or you could wait until Meyers comes out with Midnight Sun. Which will a different version of Twilight, from Edwards Point Of View. And of course, most people who liked Twilight love Harry Potter also. I don't really like Harry Potter but most people like both of them. Or if you wanna you could read Wuthering Heights, simply because it was mentioned alot during Eclipse. Good Luck!
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Edina Originally Answered: Why do you think Twilight isn't a good book?
You're annoying. If people decide they hate twilight then there'll be a group of mindless followers who begin exaggerating and saying how bad it is. Twilight wasn't that bad, and you know it. She got the story across, and in reality I don't think Stephenie is such a bad author -- it feels like everyone's forgotten what 'story-telling' means; there's a reason why it's not called 'perfect wording'. You say you're 13, but you seem to have a pretty good grasp of grammar (from your question, a lot of people who ask questions don't even bother to spell them right). If you want to be a writer you have to do it because there's a story you want to tell. It shouldn't matter how well you write, because in time you'll grow and get better -- we all have. So if you're willing to give up writing just because you think you might write a terrible book then you aren't ready to be an author. Also you can criticize writers, but avoid saying that someone 'doesn't deserve' to be an author. TIPS 1. Carry a notebook, scribble down ideas to use. Avoid starting a new story and save it for later, if its good enough youll still want to write it when your current story is done. 2. READ. Always. It will make writing come naturally and give you a feel for what works and what doesn't. 3. Craft believable characters -- give them habits and tendencies that make them feel real to some extent: your readers will remember them long after they finish the book. 4. Craft a good, believable plot and leave things for the reader to try and find out -- that keeps them reading. Make conflice genuinely engaging, and try to avoid overdramatizing situations. Also try to weave in twists if you see a way to, by leading your readers in one direction and then turning everything around on them. 5. Try and squeeze out some words every day and dont be afraid to make mistakes. Press on toward the end so you dont get stuck in a cycle of self correction. 6. Finally, eat lots of cookies. They taste nice. And for the real final point, try not to compare yourself to other authors. Judge yourself by what you can do, and always strive to write as best as you can. Learn to love writing, and people will love your work -- you wont need to worry about twilight, because her flaws were unbelievable characters and lack of solid plot. PS: my fingers hurt.. and don't bash books!

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