I have the hardcover. Thanks for the word up.
i just start to read it.is anybody red it allready?is that worth it?
yeah, it's actually really good tho a bit weird :DProp.
yes,it is...at the beginning it can seems boring...but It's a beautiful story...I've read that the paperback version includes an exclusive chapter never published before...I'm italian and I hope that also here we can read it..xoxoAntonella87 from italy
I own the hardcover too. And Like Anon 12:42 said, its a little slow in the beginning. I had to get about half way into the book before I was absolutely hooked. Its quite weird (in a good way) though. IMHO I think its definitely worth a read :)Team Jeb.. anyone?! jk lol
i bought it, but got bored, and shoved it in my bathroom, and have yet to continue to read it. I hear its good though..if there was an edward in that, i would probably have read it 5 times already ...lol
@ Tenchy, believe me there is an Edward-like character in that he loves her unconditionally... however, he is a character evolves into that. He doesn't come already packaged that way. You've probably already met him in the book... and don't know it yet. :)
DOOOOO read it. You will love it. I started it three times and put it down each time and went back and read one of the twilight books....again. I eventually thought right....and Loooooved it. It is fantastic. Bit more grown up emotions!
yeaah; the begining is boring. bit it is an amaizng story once you get into it; i love it :)
Yes, the beginning is a bit of a challenge, then when you understand what is going on the story grows into an excellent novel. You may want to go back and begin again after reading the first chapter or two to get a better handle on how the story is being told. I have read the novel three times and love it. There is a triangle in it like in the Twilight series but with a very different twist. This novel is about unconditional love and acceptance of others. I highly recommend it and it will make an awesome movie. I am excited to hear that there is an extra chapter. I read somewhere quite a while ago that Stephenie Meyer was thinking of continuing the story as a series of two of maybe three novels.
why do you have to pre-order it if it's already out...?? I already have the paperback... wtf??
I'm so confused, I've had the paperback since xmas 2008?? why the need to pre order now?
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