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Review of Chapter One
By Stephenie Meyer
Years have gone since I've first run into a little thing called Twilight and now I've come to the part of the getting over it and letting kids have their fun, but in all this I've decided to trudge through this pile of shit and actually reread it for the first time since I took an exacto knife and cut a hole out of my only -stolen- copy.
Please note that I'm doing this not only for my own closure, but for your entertainment. I am reading this. I am not enjoying it, but I also want to lay to rest every beef I have with Twilight. [Though just the first book, the others can rot in hell.]
Lastly, I'll probably be dropping a lot of F-bombs and various other angry letter bombs. Deal with it.
Now, on with the horror fest, where we start with the preface.
As plain as you can possibly get, the preface of Twilight says nothing while saying a whole god forsaken paragraph. The tone of the paragraph honestly reminds me of w
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"THE CALM, BEFORE THE STORM"
By Rob Multari & Lone Wolf Comics (LoneWolfComics.com) © 2007 - 2012
PANEL 1: This is a long shot of Rob standing on the edge of a cliff at the opening of a dark forest. In the background is a canapé of trees and a mountain with a castle on it. The scene is dark, but being lit by a flash of lightning. Rob looks confused.
PANEL 2: This is a close-up of Rob's confused face.
ROB Where the hell am I?
PANEL 3: Medium shot of Rob reacting to Jen's scream.
PANEL 4: This is a shot looking over Rob's shoul
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leave the day behind
to a night of peaceful sleep
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A few miles outside of Burgess, Pennsylvania
His shoulder shook.
He tried to keep his breathing even. Maybe she'd think he was still asleep.
"Jackson, wake up." His shoulder shook harder. "Wake up. I thought I saw something." His little sister's voice fell into an awed whispering. "I think it might have been Santa Claus."
"Pippa," Jack groaned, and rolled over, brushing his brown hair out of his eyes. "It was probably just a deer. Go back to sleep."
"But, Jackson," she whispered. "Christmas is in the morning. It could've been him. It really could've."
"Mother's going to scold you for being awake this late," Jack warned her. "Go back to sleep. Santa Claus went to our house. We're almost home; you'll get your presents in the morning."
He saw Pippa smile in the dark as she curled up next to him. "Goodnight, Jack."
"Goodnight." He closed his eyes and allowed sleep to take him again.
When he woke, it was cold. It was still dark outside their
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