Since I talk about the Twilight Saga so much, I convinced my 85 year old mom to start reading them. Since she usually prefers non-fiction, that's quite change for her. She just started Twilight, but she likes it (not loves it - yet). She's already asking me to reveal future events. Her first question - Does Bella marry Edward? It's a love story for all ages.
So I guess these stories appeal to people from 4 to 85. SM is quite a story-teller!
My 12yo son just finished reading The Hunger Games in school. I didn't read it but he told me all about it. I think that was way too violent for a middle school assigned book. However, he enjoyed it and is continuing with the 2nd one Catching Fire.
I think I'll just keep re-reading TS and having happy dreams.
Actually I just started reading SM's "adult" novel The Host. The beginning is a little hard to get into because there's not really any interaction with others - it's just internal "mind conversations." I'm at the point where there is some interaction with others, and I'm getting into it a lot more. There are 2 more books to follow The Host - as well as the movies - so that may be the next big trilogy for SM.
Me too! And my daughter wouldn't let the girls watch the Twilight movies! So this summer they're going to see them at grandma's house! LOL.
I just couldn't get into the Host. I kept putting it down and going back to the Twilight Saga. I am soooo hooked on them. I have no idea how many times I've gone through all of them. I do know which parts I like the best and have edited what's gone into my iPod. I didn't really care for Book 2 of Breaking Dawn, so it's not included. I know everyone else did, but I really didn't. I jsut like to look at Jacob, not listen to him! LOL..
Oh I love this!! I think we should form our own club. You'd have to be over 30 to join! LOL.