Celebrate the 10th anniversary of Twilight! This special double-feature audiobook by Stephenie Meyer includes the classic novel, Twilight, read by Ilyana Kadushin, and a bold and surprising reimagining, Life and Death, read by Michael Crouch.
This new edition features over 16 hours of new content, and listeners will relish experiencing the deeply romantic and extraordinarily suspenseful love story of Bella and Edward through fresh eyes.
Twilight has enraptured millions of readers since its first publication in 2005 and has become a modern classic, redefining genres within young adult literature and inspiring a phenomenon that has had readers yearning for more.
The novel was a Sunday Times and New York Times best-seller, a Time magazine best young adult book of all time, an NPR best-ever teen novel, and a New York Times editor’s choice.
The Twilight Saga also includes New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn, and 'The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner: An Eclipse Novella', all available on audio from Hachette Audio UK.
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I would i found this book more in depth then the Twilight series and very much enjoyed it
Compared to Twilight, Bella was an amazing character but her common use of very large words seemed out of place for her character and would be better fit for Edward who was 100's of years older, in this book the Aged Vampire used the larger words more then the teenage boy it seemed to fit more, he used large words every now and then but i felt as if was melt to try and impress Edith rather then the reader, very enjoyable
The Alternate ending, Very much a large surprise and sad, LOVED IT
Never presume to think you know the story.
I truly loved this story but every chapter was so full of details until the last chapter for me at least, the last chapter felt as if New moon,Eclipse and breaking dawn were all written into this one chapter, granted it was well done but from every previous chapter being so in depth i was surprised at the last chapter