Before I had any right to dismiss Twihards or criticize the psychologically unhealthy relationship model that Bella Swan and Edward Cullen present, I felt obliged to read the books. So I did. All four novels, one novella, and an incomplete document in portable format. The content lived down to my expectations, but I was unprepared for how poorly crafted the saga is. Contact: reasoningwithvampires@gmail.com

1st December 2010

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Tagged: Might I suggest you find another soapbox?It's not a flaw; it's a *feature*

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    Bella had a stream of consciousness? huh.
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    Weak argument. All teens are not horrible at writing. No matter who the audience, books should NEVER be written badly!
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    Thank you.
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    Everything is awesome except for “or at least they ought to be” because THEY ARE. Thank you for reading, and keep being...
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    Teen lit doesn’t have to be bad. Go read some Malinda Lo and hush your face.