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The Twilight Saga: The Official Illustrated Guide 
4th-Apr-2013 04:01 pm
Breaking Dawn - reading
I finally bought it. I've been wanting to buy this for the longest but not in hardcover and when I had the extra cash. lol Depending on the book, I'm not the biggest fan of HC. So, I'm glad I have the softcover.

Anyway, from reading reviews on Goodreads it seems that the information that's in the book is basically on Stephenie's official site and/or Twilight Lexicon website. Plus with some additional information. I've never really visited those websites before, well not that much or religiously. Stephenie's maybe once or twice and TL maybe three times.

Plus, I'm the type to like having something in my hands that I can hold, flip through, skim, make notes, etc. And I can take my time reading it and read it straight through or jump to certain things. I've already started it and thinking I'll read it from beginning to end. Maybe. lol

Does anyone else have the book? Do you think it's worth it to have? Just for die-hard fans or casual fans? Is it a waste of time or it should be part of your Twilight collection?

I'm glad it's part of my collection which I actually have to fix, add to, etc. :)
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19th-Apr-2013 04:12 am (UTC)
yes, i think its a great addition to any twilight fans whether they are obsessed or not. I'm not going to lie and say i wasn't sadly disappointed when I got it. I was so obsessed with twilight in late 2008, I went on sites to read any and everything about Edward. I found twilight lexicon and read it religiously. I was upset to see the book was just a copy and paste from that site with a few additional info. I do wish we had more info on Edward.