Stephenie Meyer – The Twilight Saga (4 Books) – Free eBooks, ePUB, PDF, Downloads

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The Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer (Book #1 – 4) Free eBooks Download

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Twilight (Twilight Saga) is a fantasy based fiction novel about a teenage girl and the twists and turns that her life take when she moves to the quintessential small town on Forks. Since its release to the public, the books popularity took a life of its own; such that it has been opined by critics as having created a cult-like reaction among the masses. While its appeal is mostly to young adults, people of all ages and cultures have taken to the story as well as the characters in the book.

The book is in first person and revolves around the character of Bella, a 17 year old girl that has recently moves to a small town, who tells us the unlikely romantic tale of her meeting and falling in love with a vampire. The author has been both praised as well as ridiculed for her ideas in the book, which explore the ties of morality and romance.

The book is considered to be an easy read. The suspense and romance interwoven in the plot keeps readers hooked. The well described details of the characters has successfully captured and engaged the imagination of many readers. The Twilight (Twilight Saga) is the first of a series of four books and was published in the year 2011. It is available for purchase, both online and in-store and is available in paperback.

Key Features

  • The book is a highly popular bestseller that has sold over 5 million copies worldwide.
  • It has been adapted into a series of movies.
File Details:

  • Twilight (Twilight Saga #1) by Stephenie Meyer – In .epub and .pdf
  • New Moon(Twilight Saga #2) by Stephenie Meyer – In .epub and .pdf
  • Eclipse (Twilight Saga #3) by Stephenie Meyer – In .epub and .pdf
  • Breaking Dawn (Twilight Saga #4) by Stephenie Meyer – In .epub and .pdf
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