I don't know how it happened. One day, I was minding my own business, working my way through various parts of Young Adult Literature, enjoying the company of a boy wizard and his friends, and revisiting Narnia... all of a sudden, I stop, look around, and vampires have suddenly replaced wizards, aliens, and even managed to suppress a troupe of flying kids brought to us courtesy of James Patterson.
You’ve read the whole Twilight series five times, can recite entire chapters by heart, and seen all of the movies (at midnight showings on the first day they came out). The anticipation of waiting for the final book in the Vladimir Tod series to finally come out is slowly killing you. You eat, drink, sleep, and breathe vampires, but you still just can’t get enough. What to do? What to do?
Whether you like Jacob or Edward, show your team spirit at the Lone Jack Branch’s Twilight Saga Ball. Other branches have hosted Twilight Saga Balls this summer, but September 25 is your last chance! We’ll watch New Moon, play games, eat food, and have enough fun to wake the dead!
I am so over vampires….or should I say the present day vampires. I have read Twilight by Stephenie Meyer, and I will honestly admit that I was taken with the story. The writing is horrendous, but it’s the love story that captivated me; I am a girl after all. Once it ended though, I didn’t pick up the rest. I have seen the movie New Moon and received Eclipse
For a while, vampires had become a very popular staple in modern pop literature. Lately, however, we’ve been experiencing a zombie wave. Both undead creatures create pretty interesting problems for our heroes. And their afflictions are pretty similar, when you think about it.
I’ll be honest – I’m a vampire fangirl. I’ve never really understood the appeal of werewolves. Wolves are fine on their own, but when you have them transforming into humans (and vice versa), things can get a little too messy. Wet dog smell, anyone? No thanks!