In The Twilight Saga, 'la tua cantante' seems very little explained, and, personally, I'm not going to wait for SMeyer to answer the pregunta herself and dilute the whole phenomenon with her signature 'SMeyer Science'. Disclaimer: This theory is the speculation of an untrained, inexpert child; I may be incorrect, I may not be. The purpose of this articulo is to broaden the field for speculation, intelligent discussion, o correction on the blood that sings.
This doesn't require very much knowledge of the basic anatomy of blood; all tu need to know is that it carries important stuff...
I'm not really sure if this is a good place to post this article. However, it is the though-provoking spot that has to do with twilight, and por looking at the title, tu can tell this is for sure not a good articulo to put on the Twilight Spot. Unless I want to get attacked of course. -- A few months ago, a very famous horror writer, Stephen King, criticized Stephanie Meyer and the Twilight Saga. If tu don't know Stephen King, he is a very known and famous horror writer. Some of his popular libros are Carrie, The Shining, It, the Dark Tower Series, and plenty of more. Stephen King had dicho about...
After lectura the post "Bella as a heroine should be illegal" por bendaimmortal, it got me thinking. Obviously, no-one would consider Bella cisne a heroine. If tu do, tu have got a really great deal of imagination, o a warped sense of the world. Because, and I'm sure most Twilight fans would agree, the girl didn't do anything at all. Save being overly dramatic and being the damsel in distress.
What about the Cullens then? What about Carlisle, Alice, Esme, Jasper, Rosalie and Emmett? What about He-Who-Sparkles-In-Broad-Daylight? Would they be considered heroes/heroines?
A rant made over the prejudging and generalizing por others towards Twilight fans. This video was made due to the overwhelming generalizing and prejudgement witnessed these past few days por different people