Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Twilight....The End

Last night I FINALLY finished the fourth book in the Twilight series...all 2,469 pages (which includes Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse & Breaking Dawn).  Oh, it was so bitter sweet to finish such a wonderful love story.   I really didn't want it to end...ever.   I've never taken to a book or series of books like I have this one.  I've read five of the Harry Potter books and they were interesting and fun, but nothing like this one that was so detailed and descriptive in it's writing.  The connection between Bella and Edward is just so beautifully written that I've now dreamed of becoming a vampire myself or even having a vampire boyfriend of my own.  Who wouldn't want to live forever in a gorgeous body with a hunky husband with great hair, reads minds and THAT body with those amber colored eyes?  Did I go on enough yet?  I know that Andy is seriously tired of me talking about it!  

Since I dislike cooking so much I like that vampires have no need to eat like humans, so that means no shopping, no cooking, and no dishes to wash.  No wonder why they have money to buy expensive cars and own mansions!  The only set back would have to be the hunting and drinking of animal blood.  Hmmmm....wonder if I could get past that?! 
Talk about shopping....Madison and I made one of those quick trips to HyVee tonight where I needed to purchase some mushrooms.   I, once again, couldn't help to think of Twilight when the package said Baby Bella on it.  Really...why wouldn't it....Portabella mushrooms?!  Of course, but I still had to take a picture of it!  I am really going to have to start reading another book!  I am truly  obsessed!  


Tracey said...

Guess I'll have to see what all the fuss is about these books, huh?

missy said...

i know it's hard for you to say goodbye. the good news is you will probably be getting a movie every two years. lol about the baby bella mushrooms. i thought maybe you were going to say that you had "wolf stew" for dinner! i think it's especially funny that you talk to your husband about it. do you get a lot of eye rolling from him?

Amy said...

Tracey...Do you want to borrow Twilight? You'll be the sixth or seventh person to borrow it. It's well broken in and loved!

Mindee said...

I think you need a Twilight scrapbook. :)

A.H. said...

Did you see in the news recently where Stephen King said "[J.K.] Rowling is a terrific writer and Stephenie Meyer can’t write worth a darn. She’s not very good"?

It reminded me of when I was in college, my composition professor told me I write like Stephen King. I was all excited about it and told my older sister and she said, "oh ... that's not a compliment... Stephen King isn't a very good writer". LOL