Are there any twilight related books?
Topic: Is stephenie meyer writing another book
July 19, 2019 / By Jacobina Question:
i really like the twilight saga and i am sad that is has ended.. is there any books (for girls age 13+) that are like the twilight series?
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Emelie | 9 days ago
There is another book (not a series) written by Stephenie Meyer called, "The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner." It is a short novel about one of the newborn vampires that appeared in Twilight: Eclipse.
I have not read this book, but it is a spin off short novel by the same author who wrote the Twilight Saga.
Also, people who like Twilight usually end up liking, "Beastly," and, "Wuthering Heights." There is also a pretty funny series for that age group called, "Ghostgirl."
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Originally Answered: Are there any books related to the Twilight Series?
You're still young and it's great to see you've taken an interest in reading even if it is through Twilight (we will all enjoy different things in life, I liked Poppy Z Brite's vampire fiction, but you might not). That said, there are other stories out there that are entertaining and not a difficult read. Your level of reading comprehension and writing seem fairly developed, another reason I'm surprised you said you hated reading.
I would avoid books like Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights at this point judging from your preferences.
Have you given Harry Potter a try? It's not vampires but it's fairly interesting and an easy read.
The other 'series' I'd recommend is the Discworld, by Terry Pratchett. His stories tend to have a lot of subtle humor mixed in with the obvious jokes. I really didn't want to read either of those before I gave them a try, and found it went by quickly once I started. There's a running time line in the novels, but they are not actually sequential. I'd start with "Guards! Guards!"
When you're older you could try Wraethu by Storm Constantine, it goes a bit too far for your current reading tastes, but is full of pretty men and strange magic.
If only vampire fiction will do, there's always Ann Rice and Poppy Z Brite. Either could be considered to go a bit far, especially if you're not careful picking your Brite books. Read the blurb before you buy.
The other option is ask the shop if they have a section that contains a lot of vampire novels. They usually have a young adult section now crammed with vampire fiction to cash in on the Twilight thing, but you'd have to pick around for something you find interesting.
Marked Betrayed chosen Untamed The Vampire Academy sequence via Richelle Mead Vampire Academy Frostbite Shadow Kiss The Midnighters sequence via Scott Westerfeld Midnighters a million (the secret Hour) Midnighters 2 (Touching Darkness) Midnighters 3 (Blue midday)
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Most vampire stuff is written a LOT better than those.
Check the Barbara Hambly vampire series. Go to google.com and type in 'vampire library' that site will list all the vamp books, you can find Hambly's work in there.
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(all are series)
House of Night
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The House of Night series is just as bad as Twilight (in my opinion worse), so I'm sure you'll love it.
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Originally Answered: What is your serious opinion on the twilight books vs. the movies? twilight in general.?
I went through a hormonal phase when I was 12 and loved the series, then my opinion on it changed drastically at 13 and I realized how horribly written the books are. I dislike the series now. The movies are even more terrible. Kristen Stewart can't act her way out of a paper bag, and I just feel sorry for Robert. While Stewart's acting is pretty depressing, her lack of emotions may have something to do with the source material since it is so bad to begin with. Bella's character (or lack thereof) is difficult to portray onscreen because there is nothing worth portraying. She is insipid and unlikable, to put it mildly.