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I’ll admit. When the series came out, I was a freshman/sophomore in high school, and it was the “cool” thing to read. But when I actually read it, the writing made me want to cry.
I just couldn’t like the way Bella was written or how she was such a damsel in distress. Edward was so moody and possessive. And it felt like certain words were used over and over again, like when a child learns a new vocab word.
I liked the ideas behind the series, and I like that it opened up a genre of books to me that I never would have read before it. But I was a young teen who wanted to fit in by liking the “cool” books.
I don’t have anything against people who like twilight or Stephanie Meyer. Hell, I love The Host with a burning passion. It was just another over-popularized book with bad writing to me. Much like 50 Shades of Grey.