If you are looking for an exciting vampire romance novel to read,
I'm sure you will be captivated by Twilight. This story,
by Stephenie Meyer, exceeds in so many areas it was a real
challenge to cut it down to just three things. Bella Swan moves
to a small town called Forks. In which, she meets a strange
family called 'The Cullens'. But one certain Cullen strikes her
eye, Edward. She finds out that they are vampires. Now Edward
Cullen is in the fight to save Bella from the dangers she is
involved in. She ends up almost dying but Edward saves her form
the evil vampire, James. People who enjoy vampire love stories
would be thrilled with Twilight because of its appropriate
irony, exquisite description, and believable dialogue.
First of all, people would enjoy the book Twilight because
of its appropriate irony. It has good irony because there was not
too much of it making the book not fun to read. Also there wasn't
to little to where the book wasn't realistic. It had very good
situational irony. For instance on page 316 it says, "I'm not
afraid of them," I explained. "I'm afraid they wont like me."
This is situational irony because you would expect her to be
afraid of going into a house of vampires, and wouldn't expect her
to be worried about if they liked her or not. This along with a
fair amount of other ironic situations makes Twilight an
interesting read for those who love vampire novels.
Secondly, I know the readers would enjoy this book because of its
exquisite description. The author of the book did a splendid job
on describing every little aspect of the book, for example the
character and setting. For example, page 260 says, " His skin,
white despite the faint flush from yesterday's hunting trip,
sparkled like thousands of tiny diamonds were embedded in the
surface." This is superb description because I can imagine what
he looks like if I were directly looking at him. Another way you
can tell the book has good description is how the author
describes the meadow. "The sun was directly over head, filling
the circle with a haze of buttery sunshine. I walked slowly,
awestruck, through the soft grass, swaying flowers, and warm,
gilded air, as it says on page 259" This is excellent description
because I feel like I am in the meadow with them. These great
quotes clearly prove that there is exceptional description
throughout the book.
Thirdly, I know people will go crazy over this book because of
its believable dialogue. The dialogue is so great in this story
it makes you feel like they were talking directly to you. An
example of this can be found on page 25 when it says,
"Are you Isabella Swan?"
"Bella." I corrected him.
"Do you need any help finding your next class?"
This is believable because it sounds like something that I would
say if someone were new at my school. Because of this dialogue
and so much more throughout the book, this shows that there is
true conversation on every page.
Readers who take pleasure in vampire romance novels
would be delighted with Twilight because of its fitting
irony, superb description, and realistic dialogue. Through out
Twilight there is just the right amount of situational
irony, which makes the book fun to read. The writer did an
excellent job on the novel's description by bringing every
feature to life, such as, the characters and setting. The
dialogue is so remarkable in this book because of how it makes
the reader feel like a character with in the book. So next time
you want to find a great love story to be captivated by, pick up
Twilight and I'm sure once you start it, you won't be able