fantasies

Yesterday we went to breakfast with my mom, my uncle, my brother and his family.  My 12 year old niece comes into the restaurant carrying the Twilight book.  OMG,  she’s 12!  I told her that I had already read the whole series, her eyes got real big.  She was only in the first chapter, so she still knows nothing about it.  Then I thought, well there isn’t anything in this book that will subject her to something she shouldn’t be subject to yet, (to my disappointment) so no harm done. Then she asked me if I knew about the movie coming out.  I agreed to take her to see the movie only if she finishes the book.

I never thought I would be one of those who got pulled into a character – from a book – from a dream.  It makes no sense to me.  For two weeks, that’s all I could think about. The hold it had on me was so powerful, I had to do it to myself all over again. 

I’m pmarie and I’m a Twilighter.  I’ve read the series twice (minus the crap that didn’t contain Edward or wasn’t vital to the stories the second time around).  The unfinished story of Midnight Sun is killing me.  Of course it stops right before one of the best parts of the whole series.  I think that was a ploy by the author.  The timing is too perfect. 

So, to distract myself, I got a new book.  Same author.

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~ by pmarie33 on September 29, 2008.

One Response to “fantasies”

  1. o.k. I can’t believe i still haven’t ordered these books. I feel so behind.

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