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Midnight Sun (Partial Draft) Midnight Sun Is The Much Anticipated Retelling Of Twilight From Edward Cullen S Perspective An Unedited Partial Draft Was Illegally Leaked Onto The Internet In Consequently, Author Stephenie Meyer Put The Project On Indefinite Hold Shortly Afterward, She Posted A Letter To Her Fans On Her Website Including A Link To The Entire Partial Draft Of The Book So That Those Who Wanted To Read It Could Do So Legally And With Her Consent See URL For InformationNote Do Not Add A Cover Do Not Add Translations Do Not Add Any Other Editions

About the Author: Stephenie Meyer

I was born in Connecticut in 1973, during a brief blip in my family s otherwise western U.S existence We were settled in Phoenix by the time I was four, and I think of myself as a native The unusual spelling of my name was a gift from my father, Stephen ie me Though I have had my name spelled wrong on pretty much everything my entire life long, I must admit that it makes it easier to Goo

10 thoughts on “Midnight Sun (Partial Draft)

  1. says:

    About three things I was absolutely positive First, Edward was a stalker and a creeper Second, there was part of him and I didn t know how potent that part might be that suffered from Manic Depression And third, I was strangely and unashamedly entertained by it all.I know what you are probably doing Right now, you may have your head cocked to the side with you

  2. says:

    OH MY DEAR SWEET.I don t even know, honestly After reading Twilight I could kinda see how Edward the sparklepire could be appealing to teenage girls in his prissy diamond way, but after I read this This pretty much reads as the Future Abusive Boyfriends of America Handbook Oil her window so you can sneak into her room at night without her permission Force her to spend time

  3. says:

    This is a yet to be completed partial draft of a novel portraying Twilight from Edward s perspective I have read like devoured the 264 pages that Stephenie Meyer posted on her website I love them, flaws which were not too many considering it s a rough draft and all It would be really disappointing if Edward s story ended where it does He was always the most intriguing character

  4. says:

    Midnight Sun is Twilight, from Edwards perspective I am one of the rabid fans who couldn t resist reading this partial draft of Midnight Sun even though Stephenie Meyer would have preferred we not hanging my head in shame but not really I am being totally honest when I say that I loved this partial draft as much, if not , than Twilight. When reading Twi

  5. says:

    I can t believe she thought she could get away with it The same damn book, especially once the boy and the girl get together Ooh Read it side by side with Twilight and get Meyer s bad dialogue in stereo And with no change of voice whatsoever even though the narrator has changed As I ve said in my other reviews, Meyer cannot write We do get a little information on the Cullens, but any chara

  6. says:

    I typically stay as far away from romance novels as I can but I got bitten okay bad pun by the Twilight Series I started reading them because I needed a book fix after the last Harry Potter book may the Harry Potter series rest in peace The first in the Twilight series, appropriately named Twilight , is pretty good but not Stephenie Myer s best writing With each addition in the series, her writin

  7. says:

    Read the first 11 or so chapters Meyer posted on her website Just as bad as the rest Edward seems pretty delusional about Bella and her non existent personality and he s even creepy from his own point of view Spying on her while she s sleeping and reading and who knows what else.if it was supposed to be and acknowledged as creepy and slightly wrong I wouldn t have a problem with it But apparently Meye

  8. says:

    Can t get enough of Edward s hissy, snarly, growly velvet honey voice Bella s selflessness The thirst, the infernal burning thirst Multi one dimensional characterizations Esme s tenderness, Rosalie s vanity, and even dear old Edward who graduates in this draft from paper to origami but still retains his delightfully tiresome diet Byron shtick Wonder what that waitress was really thinking when she delivered t

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    For my money, this book has the potential to be the rock solid best of the series.A lot of Rob Pattinson s lovely portrayal of Edward might be attributable to his having read it beforehand, and I think it does a good job of illustrating some of the things I ve been saying in defense of the things about Edward that other feminists find creepy at bestThe real problem they re not able to see past is that Edward is no

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