Hi Granny Fairy
I have actually began to read a new series called the Midnight Breed by Lara Adrian and they are pretty good too, but Twilight is still my fav!!!
Granny Fairy said:
What are you going to do when there is no more Twilight Saga??
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.