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Sunday, June 29, 2008

Don't vampires and werewolves only come out on Halloween???

This is Jessica but I couldn't resist posting this picture, I caught him reading the first chapter of "breaking dawn" at Borders. hahaha.
I just finished the vampire books. I am probably the third member of my gender to do so, thus I can't decide wether to be proud or ashamed. It's worthy of a read, no doubt, but I don't know how much I can enjoy a series that frustrates me more than it does anything else. All I know is that when the dawn breaks on August 2nd there had better be a hot vampire shimmering in the sun next to Bella or I'm gonna toss that book straight in the can. I remember watching the original USA Dream Team just obliterate it's opponents in the '92 olympics. They averaged victory by a ridiculous 43.8 points. There was no contest. That's how I feel about this whole Team Jacob vs. Team Edward nonsense. Might as well read: '92 Dream Team vs. Cuba JV. Honestly. Anyways, I just don't see a good conclusion to this one. But I guess that being the case, big ol' props to Mrs. Meyer if she delivers one. Side Note: The last 6 months has no doubt been the greatest of my life as well.


ABick said...

i totally agree with you on the more frustrated than anything else part! i've enjoyed the series as of yet, but i am so frustrated by it that it really was difficult to love right off...grrr...
and i am also looking (tentatively) forward to the conclusion of the series..

Sarah Jane said...

Dear Bryce,
The books are indeed frustrating [New Moon especially!] but it's so REAL while so not real you know? I love them. I'm proud of you for pushing through. I don't think you will regret it. Steph Meyer will not leave us disappointed!!!!