LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||17/JUN/2008 2:16 PM|
I am going to talk about this book that I just finished reading. It's called Twilight. It's a love story about a normal girl that moves into a sunless town where she meets an unusual family of unbelieveably beautiful people. Later she finds out they are vampires.
The love part starts when the girl, Bella, falls in love with Edward, the youngest of the vampire family. He also falls in love with her, but at the same time he craves her blood. I am currently reading the second book called New Moon.
While I was reading the book, I couldn't help but compare it with Harry Potter. They share similiar fantasies. However, Twilight is for a far more mature audience than the story of the young wizard.
The Twilight movie, which is currently under production, will get into the theaters in december 12, bringing vampires back from the dead in a movie that sucks. In all good ways. And by the way I have never watched Harry Potter because this one really sucks. In all bad ways.
Twilight will definetly kick some witches’ ass – Althought it’s better look out because, dude, they got brooms!
So, because, although, but
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