Gerade erst erschien mit "Midnight Sun" die Geschichte von Bella und Edward aus "Twilight" erneut als Buch – diesmal wurde sie aber aus der. Midnight Sun est le roman tant attendu par les fans de la saga Twilight, où Edward Cullen raconte de son point de vue l'histoire relatée dans Fascination, le. Midnight Sun (Twilight series, Band 5): lavitrecassee.com: Meyer, Stephenie: Fremdsprachige Bücher.
Englische Bücher: TwilightMidnight Sun (Twilight series, Band 5): lavitrecassee.com: Meyer, Stephenie: Fremdsprachige Bücher. In Midnight Sun, Stephenie Meyer transports us back to a world that has captivated millions of readers and brings us an epic novel about the profound pleasures and devastating consequences of immortal love. Das neue Twilight-Buch Midnight Sun ist da. Darin steht Vampir Edward Cullen im Fokus und die Fans der Saga schmelzen im Netz förmlich.
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MIDNIGHT SUN, however, doesn't work-- because it rips the sparkly tablecloth off that fantasy, revealing the horrors underneath.
Edward is dangerous. He's a stalker, he's a bit of a psychopath, he has anger issues, he's jealous, he's possessive, and he's one-hundred-and-four years old and in love with a teenager, and because of that discrepancy, he feels like he knows what he wants better than she does-- because he's an adult, and she's the irrational, and naive teenager.
In this book, it's no longer romantic; it's creepy. As we see Edward not through Bella's rosy lenses but through Edward's own, we realize just how creepy he is.
So if this was an attempt to rationalize and humanize Edward's behaviors, it failed, because it only served to make him 10x creepier.
But if this was Meyer's attempt to be like, "ha ha! I'll give you DARK," then she succeeded, because man, Edward is super scary and I want no part of him.
Team Jacob all the way, thanks. At least he's her own age. The only thing this book really succeeded at was filling in some of the bizarre plot holes from TWILIGHT, such as why the tracker didn't recognize what Bella was right away at the baseball game, and why, between Alice's mind-reading and Edward's psychic powers, Bella ended up having so much bad shit happen to her in this first book anyway.
I didn't ask for MIDNIGHT SUN and I'm not really sure it adds anything of real value to the series, apart from doubling down on the Edward is Creepy vibes from the previous book while trying to ret-con Bella's vapid, schoolmarmish character based on criticism from the first four books.
Only one of those things was successful, though, and I don't think it was the one that the author was going for, sadly. View all 65 comments.
May 04, Angelica rated it liked it Shelves: read , authors-i-love , vampires , release I have never in my 23 years of life been more excited to read a book and I am not ashamed!
I loved reading this, but I didn't necessarily love this book. Bear with me, I will explain! This book isn't perfect, and I didn't expect it to be.
It has many of the major criticized flaws of Twilight , in terms of instalove and questionable romance. It is a Twilight novel after all, and if you're one of those people that absolutely hate sparkly vampires and all that comes with them, this is NOT the book f I have never in my 23 years of life been more excited to read a book and I am not ashamed!
It is a Twilight novel after all, and if you're one of those people that absolutely hate sparkly vampires and all that comes with them, this is NOT the book for you.
This book was written for the Twihards. It was written for everyone that had been eagerly awaiting this installment for over a decade.
For those of us who recognize Twilight's flaws, but love it nonetheless. So, if you know that you're going to hate it, don't read it for the lolz, and don't ruin it for those of us who care about it.
That's all I ask. That said, Midnight Sun is 'technically' better than Twilight. Meyer's prose has grown and greatly improved in the past 15 years since Twilight first came out.
Look it up! Thankfully, we've grown past that mess in Midnight Sun. The writing was, surprisingly, actually one of my favorite parts of this book.
When it comes to plot, this is literally the same as Twilight. Don't go expecting a new story because you won't get one. What you will get is a new version of it with far more detail and development than we see in the original novel.
Meyer took the opportunity in this book to expand and develop a lot of things that were left vague before, and I really appreciate that.
The vampire world seems bigger here, the characters seem like they could possibly, with some effort, be real people!
Character-wise, I really liked this book and consider it a good contribution to the Twilight Saga. I am extremely biased as I have always been TeamEdward, but I genuinely enjoyed the look into Edward's thoughts.
He is still a vampire stalker, but he is also shockingly self-aware and not nearly as perfect as Bella thinks. Seeing him through Bella's POV made Edward seem distant and otherworldly and entirely without flaw.
Seeing his own mind shows he's a flawed, complex mess of a person. It makes him a bit more human than before. Shockingly, the biggest surprise for me in this book was Bella herself, as she too appears more human in this book than in Twilight.
Don't get me wrong, Bella is still the most special of all special snowflakes, but through Edward's eyes, you see she actually has a personality.
There are conversations between the two characters that are only alluded to and skipped over in Twilight , which were fully fleshed out in this book.
Perhaps it's because, in Twilight , Bella was too infatuated with Edward to pay attention to small, trivial conversations.
In Midnight Sun , Edward is so infatuated with Bella that he considers all those trivial conversations vital to her character.
Either way, Bella's personality, her likes, and dislikes, get explored here in a way that wasn't in the original novel. It makes her less bland.
All the other characters are also shown in greater depth in this book, mostly, the Cullen clan. This is because Edward can read their minds and therefore see their true selves and hidden motives, while Bella's POV was blinded by their beauty and perceived perfection.
Emmett was my favorite because he was the only one aware of the fact that Edward was clearly crazy. I will say this though, it sucks that all the human characters lowkey suck.
I mean, they sucked in Twilight too, we just didn't realize how much. Even Rosalie, who has a genuinely horrifying, tragic backstory of being used and abused and left for dead, is reduced to a horrible, jealous mean girl, and I didn't like that.
Rosalie deserves her own story being told because none so far have done her justice. In the end, this book was good and I highly recommend it to any Twilight fan.
Keep in mind that this is literally the plot of the original Twilight. Don't expect anything new or innovative, just a fresh perspective.
That said, I promise you, this perspective will not disappoint. Still, I must admit, there were points in which the book felt overly long.
I kept waiting for certain things to happen and would get annoyed when I realized how early on in the story I still was, despite having read so many pages this is a page, k word novel.
I was waiting for things to occur, waiting for my favorite scenes to come up and waiting, finally, for the action to happen. It is one of the reasons why my rating cannot be higher than what I gave it.
This book could never measure up to Twilight for me. My love for that book is based on an emotional attachment to the story rather than the quality or general readability of the novel.
Unfortunately, I have no such attachment to this book. While I liked this book, I know that had this not been a Twilight novel, a part of the saga that I have loved for so long, I would not have found it nearly as enjoyable.
And yet, having read this, I somehow feel complete. I have been waiting for this book for a decade, and I am so happy that I could finally get my hands on it.
Midnight Sun , on the other hand, was everything I expected it to be. TeamEdward Follow Me Here Too: My Blog Twitter Bloglovin' Instagram Tumblr Pinterest View all comments.
Kate Gilmore i totally agree it was really cool to look inside of everybody else's minds. Diane Yes!! Just released my Top 10 Books from BookTube Video - now that you know this one made the list, click the link to find the rest!
Annnd here's my original reaction to this book! Just did my BookTube Reading Vlog all about this GORGEOUS addition to the Twilight family.
Click the link to check it out! MY TEENAGE SELF IS DYING. NOTHING WILL EVER BE THE SAME. I might have the book at home but I can't wait that lo Just released my Top 10 Books from BookTube Video - now that you know this one made the list, click the link to find the rest!
I might have the book at home but I can't wait that long. Goodbye money. Hello audiobook. Another Update This book made my heart happy.
It was everything I had hoped for in Edward's perspective. View all 80 comments. May 04, Mirta secretlifeofapotterheadgirl rated it it was ok.
My 13th self: 5 STARS! Favorite of all times! My now self: 1 stars. My 13th self: 4? My now self: 2. My 13th self: Deal. My 13th self: Are you crazy?!?!?!?!?!
My now self: Edward is a stalker. My now self: He's a T My 13th self: 5 STARS! My now self: He's a Tamlin. My 13th self: He's a what?!?
My now self: A Tamlin. My 13th self: I don't care I want to be Bella and marry Edward!!! She exist to marry Edward.
She had no other goals. My 13th self: YOU. Mt now self: Ok, but I will write the status update. At least this will be fun.
My 13th self: Do you still have our "bite-me" necklace? Ashley White Hahahaha yaaaaaaas. Hes a Tamlin was the BEST line. Jan 31, PM.
Diane I laughed the whole time reading this review. You are so spot on! Supermassive black hole starts playing.
View all 9 comments. Sep 03, Emily Books with Emily Fox rated it it was ok. Wanna know if this book is worth it?
I got you! View all 15 comments. May 04, emma rated it liked it Shelves: eh , fantasy , reviewed , ya , 3-stars , unpopular-opinion. This book is 1, pages long.
And I read every one of those proverbial tissue-paper pages. I did not actually read a hard copy of this. See below hinting. And yet, I have exactly one note.
That note is: there is nothing funnier to me than charlie literally being no thoughts head empty. But it made me laugh.
So thank yo This book is 1, pages long. So thank you, past Emma. To be honest, I really liked this book at first. It almost It would have been devastating to my brand and image to genuinely enjoy a Twilight book in But thank god Stephenie Meyer saved me from herself.
Because this got old very, very quickly. Twilight power rankings - 1 Alice 2 Charlie, the only cop I respect 3 Edward And yet this book still wasn't good.
Being in Edward's head gets old. I can't imagine how he did it for 11, years before creeping on a child. But let's get out of here before we have to start considering the morals of this series.
Bottom line: Don't - Read this book. Do - Donate to the Quileutes. View all 35 comments. May 04, Christy rated it it was amazing Shelves: audio , five-stars , ya-challenge.
Dooming herself to the underworld. Is that who I was? Hades himself, coveting springtime, stealing it, condemning it to endless night.
I honestly thought this day would never come and as soon as I saw the book was available, I preordered the hardback for my collection and the audiobook.
Jake Abel did a fantastic job voicing Edward. Absolutely loved it. Yes, this is a Twilight retelling, but this is much longer than Twilight and so much was expanded on.
Plus just knowing Edward's side of things and what he was really thinking was truly a treat! I also have to say, I think Stephenie Meyer's writing has only gotten stronger with time.
View all 32 comments. Posted my reading vlog surrounding this book! You can watch for my full thoughts! View all 6 comments.
May 04, Tatiana marked it as lost-interest. Is COVID making authors finish their projects? Maybe George R. Martin is next? Megan Whalen Turner? Patrick Rothfuss?
Searching for silver lining very hard here. I never even cared about this, but life as it is now, I might actually partake in some sparkly icicle camp.
View all 41 comments. Terrible as they were, those books had literary merits of a Twinkie - and were just as addicting.
And now this is out, and can I really think I have the willpower not to read this sparkly creepy vampire opus? Also, what the hell is that cover???
Pomegranate — or a partially dissected heart? Reminds me of anatomy lab and all that formaldehyde smell Blergh : "I want to chomp into your throoooooat.
And watch you bleed out on the floooooor. Then I'll bathe myself in your life essence as you die. Tear your heart out of your chest and crack the bones and suck the marrow out.
Slice into your brain for sandwiches and maybe have an omelette made of--" We already knew that cute subtle sparkly sheen was the skin of a killer.
Literally the opening scene of this book has his internal monologue bitch and whine about everyone and everything around him, including his family.
Why did she have to exist? Why did she have to ruin the little peace I had in this nonlife of mine? Why had this aggravating human ever been born?
She would ruin me. It would be a jumble of images, sentence fragments, overlapping distracted thoughts, visuals, etc. About everything.
Every minute detail. Every single word ever said. Twenty pages of Edward interrogating Bella about her likes and dislikes. A page and a half of Sparkly Sparkleson choosing a shirt to wear.
Sufficient to say that pacing — what pacing? Without thinking about my action, I automatically reached out and caught her by the back of her rain jacket.
She jerked to a stop. Sparkleson, your actions seem to trigger some serious arrhythmia in your girlfriend.
You may want to think about EKG. Two medical degrees, Doctor Sparklepants — you know this could be deadly.
Those balance and coordination issues are way more than endearing clumsiness. Did she have a stroke? Does she have a brain tumor?
I mean, a person should be able to walk on a flat surface without tripping for at least a few steps, right? Did you say TWO medical degrees, Dr. You never considered asking your girlfriend to get a brain MRI?
That sight distracted me for a second. Strange, unfamiliar reactions stirred deep in my forgotten human core. Strange unfamiliar reactions deep in your core?
You are simply horny. Thank you! Even my love of making fun of crappy books has a limit. Ashley Now you guys have made me worried she'd do Jacob's POV Holy shit snacks!!
I love it so much! It did not happen often, but every now and then I would be struck by the obliviousness of the humans around us. We were all so accustomed to it, we always expected it, but occasionally it seemed more glaring than usua Omg!
We were all so accustomed to it, we always expected it, but occasionally it seemed more glaring than usual. None of them noticed us here, lounging at the battered cafeteria table, though an ambush of tigers sprawled in our places would be less lethal than we were.
All they saw were five odd-looking people, close enough to human to pass. It was hard to imagine surviving with senses so incredibly dull.
I love how Edward talks about reading his families minds and the different thoughts and struggles. I really wish Stephenie would do the whole series in his perspective!
Bella Swan walked into the flow of heated air that blew toward me from the vent. Her scent hit me like a battering ram, like an exploding grenade.
There was no image violent enough to encompass the force of what happened to me at that moment. Instantly, I was transformed.
I was a predator. She was my prey. There was nothing else in the whole world but that truth. View all 36 comments.
She had to suffer through the low-rise jeans phase, so I owe it to her. And she loved them. High school Lindsey was a moron.
Bella may be one-dimensional, but at least she knows how to move the plot along. Edward is incapable of doing so.
None of his thoughts are snarky or amused, but his dialogue certainly is. But, there were parts in Twilight where he seemed genuinely amused by Bella.
Yet, none of his thoughts reflect that. Thus, it feels patched together. High school Lindsey would already own a pillow case of the cover.
As it is, present day Lindsey is still suffering from the effects low rise jeans had on my hips, SO I AM NOT EVEN SORRY FOR QUITTING THIS.
View all 62 comments. View all 13 comments. May 04, Chelsea Humphrey marked it as dnf-lost-interest. View all 25 comments.
It takes another kind of genius to sell us the same story three times and still get us hyped up for it. Twilight has it's flaws. This we know. This we acknowledge.
It's like one of those low budget soap operas. You know it's terrible shit, but you also can't stop yourself from watching the next episode.
The book remained on hold. Critics panned the novel, with review aggregator Book Marks reporting one positive and two mixed reviews out of a total of nine reviews.
She lamented the lack of new lore and how the strict adherence to scenes in the original Twilight made the book boring. Midnight Sun sold one million copies in its first week of publication.
At Books-A-Million 's virtual live event in August , Meyer announced that she has plans for two more Twilight books. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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