The Twilight Saga

Website review by Jacqueline Rupp, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 13+

Safe forums for vamp series attract passionate readers.

Parents say

age 11+

Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 11+

Based on 10 reviews

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age 10+


This book is just rubbish. I don't know how these books even got published. The plot is horrible, the main character just doesn't make sense at all - and it's seems that everybody like a zombie girl. Please, don't bother. This book is only for teenage girls who love useless drama and sick plots (meaning Jacob's bond with Renesmee)
age 11+


I don't necessarily enjoy the Twilight Saga. My mother seems to like it so I suppose it's alright, but nothing special for me. I've noticed that so many other people love it, so something must be good about it. Stephanie Meyer is not a very good writer, therefore, the entire book is just plain and boring. I could barely tell who was doing what and who was talking, because of the way she wrote the book. I suppose if you like sparkly vampires and overly muscular shape-shifting wolves, then this is perfect for you. It's just... It was dissappointing.

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