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TWILIGHT HELPED HIS SOCIAL LIFE
About 3 months ago, i started noticing every single girl in my school had a black book, or a book with an apple, or flower, or ribbon, whatever. It was bugging me to no end! It was all the girls were talking about.
Finally, I asked one of my friends, (who happens to be a girl) what they were about. “Vampires” was all I heard, the rest was giggling. I ignored it after that.
A few weeks later, I came home to find my house a mess, my little brothers running around screaming, and my mom reading Twilight. I turned around and went right back outside to scream. After a few minutes of that, I went back inside, only to find my sister with Eclipse. It was as if they’d all been brainwashed.
Two days later, I was behind in my reading for school, and I picked up a hardcover black book off the island and started reading it. After about 4 chapters, I was really starting to like this book. I turned it over to read the binding, and to my horror, it was Twilight.
Now this might have been OK, no one had seen me, I could just put it back and pretend it never happened. Except that I couldn’t. I loved it. It was an amazing book, and I couldn’t put it down. I finished it that night, and kidnapped my sister’s copy of New Moon, which I took to school the next day, putting a book cover over it, so no one would recognize it. Ha!
My friend, (the same one who told me about it, was reading over my shoulder, and after about 2 whole seconds, she screamed, and almost fell out of her chair laughing. Of course she couldn’t let it go, and the whole school knew I was reading it. I was humiliated, until I started being surrounded constantly by girls.
I have since finished both the 3rd and 4th book. I love the books, and they helped my social status considerably. Thanks Twilight!”