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Sequel to 'Twilight' is captivating

September 19, 2006|by LAURA BELL

Review

In "New Moon" by Stephenie Meyer, Bella Swan has a normal life in the small town where she lives with her father.

Except for one thing: She's dating a vampire.

Edward Cullen is the love of Bella's life, and possibly her afterlife as well. They've had their problems in the past - evil vampires trying to kill Bella, Edward acting like she was an alien the first time they met - but they worked through these things.

Now there is an even bigger threat: the possible end of their relationship.

Bella fights to make up for a possibly fatal mistake and to save a life that she values more than her own.

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This 563-page sequel to The New York Times best-seller "Twilight" will have you so enthralled you'll think you were living the story instead of reading it. The author builds suspense so that it will capture your mind as you delve deeper into the supernatural love story.

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