My sister, a high school freshman, has been bugging me to read her favorite series even though I carry a disdain toward reading romancy-pantsy girlie stuff.
As it turns out, the series is not so romancy-pantsy girlie-esque, after all. Meyer’s writing style is more mature and sensual than the average book aimed at tweens and teenagers, yet tame enough not to be lascivious or graphic. She exhibits an adept ability to capitulate the reader and engross him/her into the storyline with a wanton desire for more. Honestly, after book four, I googled the books to see if she was writing a book five (and she is, it’s called Midnight Sun). However, because of a leak of her manuscript she may not finish it. But she may. I guess us Twilight fans will just have to keep our hopes up).
I do not want to write about the plot or give away any spoilers to those that have not yet read the books. So I will surmise my article by stating that if you want to be enraptured and entertained for 498 pages, then 563 pages, then 629 pages, and then 754 pages you should grab a copy of Twilight and begin your adventure.