Saturday, August 02, 2008


I can't believe it's over -- I'm finished reading the "Twilight" series.. I'm feeling a bit sad, it's awfully weird to be done. I really have enjoyed the books way more than I thought I would.

I don't even know what to say, and I probably shouldn't say anything anyway... but damn, I love that Edward Cullen. Be still my geeky heart, for sure! Now hurry up and read it so we can talk all about it. Go! Turn the computer off, already!

An aside: It definitely hasn't been as surreal as finishing the Harry Potter series, so don't get your panties in a bundle, mom! But really, I can't understand how you didn't enjoy these books -- but in the meantime, if you're not going to read them, perhaps you should peruse "Memoirs of a Geisha", no?


Mike said...


Anna just talked me into starting Memoirs of a Geisha. That's right, I'm reading it and it isn't my cup of tea. I don't think there will be any gunshots OR espionage and yet I soldier on. If I can read it, you can too. :)

Linda said...

anna I feel so out of touch with the world. I was not aware of the Twilight series (but my 10 year old daughter is????) yet after reading your blog the other day about Breaking Dawn being released I have heard nothing else from friends and strangers about how wonderful and exciting it all is. I better get with the program and get to the library. By the way, how do you possibly find the time to finish a book in less than two days with two young boys?? This in itself could be a topic for a good book!

Stephanie said...

Mom gave the the 1st book, Twilight to read...I had heard abut it from other people but holy cow is it good, i read it in 2 days, i can't read to keep reading the next ones in the series, it is awesome, there is a movie coming out i think in november, who could they possibly get to play Edward????? it better be someone beautiful, i would want to be a vampire too :)

Nancy said...

OK OK OK, people! I have dug out "Memoirs of a Geisha" and blown the dust off the jacket. Soon I will even open it.

Yes, Mike, if you can do it so can I. And I'm absolutely sure it'll be a great read and I'll wonder why I waited so long...