Attention Twilight fans!

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Stephenie Meyer’s novel Twilight is coming to the theatres this December

Whether you’ve read the book or not, this will be an awesome show.

Directed by Catherine Hardwicke and starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, this film will have everything: action, romance, mystery and intrigue. It is science fiction and love all in one twisted tale.

Twilight is a dark story of two young people (Edward and Bella) who feel they are soul mates, but find their love challenged by an unusual obstacle: Edward is a vampire. He can run faster than a mountain lion and stop a moving car with his bare hands, but his primal instincts complicate their romance. After all, vampires and humans were never meant to be lovers.

Check out the movie trailer.

And…since it doesn’t come out until December, you’ll have time to read (or re-read) the book before you watch the film!

Check out the book or download the eAudiobook!

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2 Responses to “Attention Twilight fans!”

  1. jam (library staff) Says:

    I should also mention that the above book is definately for older teenage readers!

  2. jam (library staff) Says:

    I’m looking forward to the movie!!
    A new YA book came through the other day on the vampire theme, it is called “Marked” by P.C Cast and Kristin Cast. I’m going to start reading it this weekend – so I might review it next week! I was wondering if anyone else had read it yet or if they had any reviews of it.
    Edited to add: I’ve read the book and I didn’t like it that much! Hmmm = Maybe I just like the Stephenie Meyer books!

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