Twilight Symbols, The
Bites deep into the symbolic magic of the Twilight Saga.
How well do you know the Twilight universe… really?
In her famous four-book series The Twilight Saga, author Stephenie Meyer refers to myth, music, history, literature and more. She masks numerous symbols in her romantic vampire dreamscape. The Twilight Symbols is a rich A to Z guide to the symbols in the Twilight Saga that will lead you to discover whole new worlds, both real and mystical. It will delight and inform Twilight fans, symbol seekers, and the keenest literature detectives. From apples to zombies, from Forks to Rome, from round meadows to moonlit beaches to dark forests, this compelling and comprehensive sourcebook spotlights the symbols that hide and reside in the Twilight world.
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“Wow – Awesome... very interesting. I will be rereading this again. Author should tour”.~ Trish (Illinois, USA)
"The Twilight Symbols is very insightful. It enriched my understanding of the Twilight world. I cant wait to revamp Twilight with a keener eye!"~ Angela Putnam, USA
"Fantastic. These words about Twilight are perfect. They capture the true essence of the Twilight series".~ Melanie ('soookee') South Carolina, USA
"Symbols represent ideas. The Twilight saga is a parable in which symbols express extremely complex ideas in an accessible way".~ 'scoundrel', UK
"Enlightening for anyone interested in the Saga. You may never be able to see it in the same way again".~ 'briar', Australia
"A beautiful and magical analogy. It puts you in touch with your dreams, feelings, aspirations - and sends you back to nature and your childhood".~ Vivienne Wright, Snr Social Worker (Westland NZ)
“This book inspires me so much. It really helps me to understand the Twilight world”.~ Katelyn Wescombe, 13 years (Australia)
A fascinating expose of the hidden symbolism of the Twilight world. ~ Judith, Teacher (UK)
This outstanding Twilight dictionary tells you things that you never knew about Twilight. ~ Lucas Hamilton, 12 years (Australia)