I've noticed far too often lately are there arguments about Stephanie Meyer's Love/Angst/Vampire novels, the Twilight series. Opinions are divided right across the page when it comes to whether people like it or not, and no matter which side you're on, it seems that almost everyone feels extremely strongly over the opinion they hold. I've come to find, however, that many people (opposed or otherwise) have seen only the movies, and have not read the books. What most don't know is that the movies are a far cry from the books, and it is for those who have not read them that I write this brief overview of what happens in each book.
Book 1: Twilight
In this book we are introduced to the central character, Bella Swan, who is a shy and clumsy girl. After some unfortunate run-ins with the mafia, she uproots from her home of Arizona and moves to the small town of Forks, Washington, where her father lives. In this town, it is always always cloudy and usually raining, which (as her father points