A Declaration Against the Twilight Saga

A Declaration Against the Twilight Saga

r all of you who don't know this, but I am an ex-Twilight fan. This my own personal opinion based on my personal experience with the series. For all of the Twilight fans who may be reading this right now, you have been warned. So here I go:

When in the course of normal, non-brainwashed leader events, it becomes necessary to dissolve the addiction of the highly “popular” teen-craving novel which have been oppressive to the efforts to differentiate the normal and the abnormal fantasy to which people, generally females, dreamed of, decent respect to the creativity based on the author's dream and the fans' opinions requires that they declare the cause for such a just separation.

We hold the truths to be self-evident: - That not all vampire romance novels are created equal; that they are endowed by sparkly, superhuman vampires; that among these are badly written, cliche-based, and highly addictive books.

Prudence, indeed, will dictate that cautious readers long established should not change their habit of reading for light and transient causes; and, accordingly, should abolish all bad book reading practices. The history of the Twilight saga is a history of repeated injuries and overly obsessed fans who constantly drool over the “gorgeous” vampire, all having the establishment of absolute tyranny over the universe and the sane of humanity . To prove this let the facts be submitted:

Bella, a weak human being who stupidly in love with the vampire, plays the 'damsel in distress' role, simply couldn't do anything without her vampire, and when he leaves, she attempts to commit suicide. She is weak-willed morally, willing to lose her virginity, but Edward, the good, understanding, moral vampire, wanted to wait until marriage. She was able to instantly forgive him after their fiasco when he left her to protect her. She even stated that she would rather be dead than to live her life without him. Bella and Edward are the definitions of “Mary-sue” and “Gary-stu”,...

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