“Midnight Sun”, “The Twilight Saga” series is a brief insight!

The Twilight saga is a series of four vampire-themed fantasy romance novels. The author of the novel is Stephen Meyer. The novels were released annually between 2005 and 2008. Since the first release of the novel, it has received a lot of positive reviews from audiences around the world. Midnight Sun is a 2020 companion novel to the same author’s book Twilight.

Brief about the novel Midnight Sun –

The story will not be new to readers familiar with the writer Twilight she wrote in three different novels Breaking Dawn, New Moon and Eclipse. It redefines twilight events and is from Edward Cullen’s point of view. The series’ general narrative character Bella Swan is not centered. The author shared that Twilight is the only book planned to be rewritten that way. It is slightly more worldly at age 104.

The novel release was announced in the month of May speculating that the novel would be more desperate and darker. When the novel was released, the same thing happened. Edward sees everything at higher risk than Bella because she is a vampire. Edward wishes that there was a problem with killing Bella, even if he fell for her.

The novel reveals the other side of Bella and Edward. The big moments of their love story are depicted in the novel. The moments are depicted in a way that readers will remember for a long time. The climax depicts the climax wrong, jealousy and desire. Edward feels that she is dangerous for Bella but she cannot stay away from him.

In this new novel, the reader gets more insight into Edward’s non-biological family. They were brought together through a series of events. Each member of the family is shown to be more complex. The family’s bright spots and character flaws were easily noticeable that gave readers a clear understanding of the series.

Novel Review – Midnight Sun

The novel received 9 mixed reviews and 1 positive reviews from critics. The novel sold 1 million publications in 1 week of release.

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