It’s been ten years since I discovered the “Twilight” series by Stephenie Meyer, and I knew I was going to read her latest book, “Midnight Sun”. I can not begin to tell you how excited I was to read th fifth book in the “Twilight” series.

Ever since I read the “Fifty Shades of Grey” by EL James in Christian’s point of view, I am starting to like this role reversal of thoughts and opinions of the same story through a different character. Even the book I’m currently writing now has random chapters, where supporting characters get their own chance to express their feelings in the story along with the main character. I know this technquie is not common in writing, but I am a Creative Writer. So, I like to bend the rules.

Midnight Sun Review (Spoiler-Free) | Den of Geek
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As for Stephenie Meyer’s depiction of Edward Cullen in the beginning is just as I imagined: strict and boring attitude. Complete dick to Bella, while wanting to kill her because of the blood temptations. Yet, this is his plan to protect his family from danger of finding out about the vampire world. Bella maybe trustworthy to the Cullens, but at first, Edward was not taking any chances. If any Twilight fans want to relive the saga again can most definitely read this book.

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