Midnight Sun

Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer

Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer

From the twilight series, describing how Edward Cullen and Bella Swan met and slowly fall in love with each other. Edward confesses himself to be a vampire and opened up all the desires of his heart for her. Stephenie Meyer in Midnight Sun introduces readers more to Edward’s life. And she calls it Edward’s version represented in a long-awaited companion novel.

The illusion of Edward’s eyes, his heart pounding of Bella and his cute frustration upon unable to read Bella’s mind. His change of feeling, how her blood smell seems to be maddeningly intoxicating and irresistibly delicious thinking her a perfect prey. And now he wants to perfect her.

Twilight series is an amazingly interesting vampire-romance novel. Midnight Sun drags readers back to the twilight world giving more details about Edward’s past and the complication of his inner thoughts. Additionally, she defines the struggle involved in his life and how following his heart can lead Bella into danger?

Following those who miss this beautiful vampire love tale, Midnight Sun lets them enter once again into this epic love story. Once again to experience the profound pleasures and damaging consequences of their love. The bestselling author Stephenie Meyer well known for twilight series. Certainly, an epic and vampire love story of Bella and Edward once again returning with the long-awaited companion novel calling it more Edward’s version in Midnight Sun.

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About Stephenie Meyer

Well recognized for her vampire romance series Twilight, Stephenie Meyer is an American novelist and bestselling author. Her Twilight series translated into 37 languages and over 100 million copies sold out. Within a week this novel debuted #5 on The New York Times bestseller list. That was a life-changing experience for her. She calls Midnight sun as a companion novel of Twilight series. Giving more insights into Edwards’s life and experiences challenges and the devastating consequences of immortal love.

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