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

10th August 2010

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Tagged: Dr. CullenCullensJessica StanleyBella SwanTwilightAnti-TwilightStephenie Meyerbad writing

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    well, that sentence is fine… It’s the contradiction between being “adopted” and being “foster children” that’s...
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    This sentence could work. Example: Dr. Cullen is really young, in his twenties or early thirties—which is why they’re...
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