Twilight (The Twilight Saga #1) (Paperback)

By Stephenie Meyer

Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 9780316015844, 544pp.

Publication Date: September 6, 2006

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Paperback, Japanese (7/1/2009)
Paperback, Chinese (8/1/2008)
Paperback (11/1/2009)
Paperback, Japanese (7/1/2010)
Prebound (1/1/2010)
Paperback, Chinese (5/1/2009)
Paperback, Japanese (7/1/2009)

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With 160 million copies of the Twilight Saga sold worldwide, this addictive love story between a teenage girl and a vampire redefined romance for a generation. Here's the book that started it all.

Isabella Swan's move to Forks, a small, perpetually rainy town in Washington, could have been the most boring move she ever made. But once she meets the mysterious and alluring Edward Cullen, Isabella's life takes a thrilling and terrifying turn.

Up until now, Edward has managed to keep his vampire identity a secret in the small community he lives in, but now nobody is safe, especially Isabella, the person Edward holds most dear. The lovers find themselves balanced precariously on the point of a knife-between desire and danger.

Deeply romantic and extraordinarily suspenseful, Twilightcaptures the struggle between defying our instincts and satisfying our desires. This is a love story with bite.

"People do not want to just read Meyer's books; they want to climb inside them and live there."-Time

"A literary phenomenon."-The New York Times

About the Author

Stephenie Meyer is the author of the #1 bestselling Twilight Saga and The Host. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in English literature, and she lives with her husband and three young sons in Arizona.

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