A New Dawn

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Ellen Hopkins, Leah Wilson
BenBella Books, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 186 pages
26 Reviews
Fans of the literary phenomenon known as the Twilight series canít help wanting more. A New Dawn gives it to them, inviting readers to join some of their favorite YA authors as they look at the series with fresh eyes and fall in love with Edward, Bella, and the rest of Forks, Wash., all over again.

Edited by bestselling author Ellen Hopkins, A New Dawn is packed with the same debates readers engage in with friends: Should Bella have chosen Edward or Jacob? How much control do Meyerís vampires and werewolves really have over their own lives? The collection also goes further: Is Edward a romantic or a (really hot) sociopath? How do the Quileute werewolves compare to other Native American wolf myths? What does the Twilight series have in common with Shakespeare? With contributions from Megan McCafferty, Cassandra Clare, Rachel Caine, and many more, A New Dawn answers these questions and more for a teen (and adult!) audience hungry for clever, view-changing commentary on their favorite series.
  

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User Review  - ladyofartane - Overstock.com

If you are a died in the wool Twilight fan, this book is NOT for you! This book is nothing but a compilation of revues and comments by other well known authors that have nothing good to say about ... Read full review

Review: A New Dawn: Your Favorite Authors on Stephenie Meyer's Twilight Series

User Review  - Frishawn Rasheed - Goodreads

This is a wonderful collection of very entertaining essays ranging in voice from funny to informative. It is hard to see this as a book that the average reader will be chomping at the bit to go out ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Ellen Hopkins is a poet and award-winning author, with 20 published nonfiction books for children and five New York Times bestselling young adult novels-in-verse. Her sixth novel published August 2009. She is currently hard at work on her seventh and says she hopes for a Printz nomination before she reaches her expiration date. Hopkins lives with her husband, 11-year-old son, two dogs, one cat, and a ?whole mess of fishĒ on her hilltop estate near Carson City, Nev.

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