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The Stephanie Meyer book:

  • Growing the Beard: This book was much better received, and overall is much better than Meyer's other works, and is perhaps an indication that she can indeed write things other than bad novels about sparkly vampires.
  • It Gets Better - Several reviewers have commented that beginning is weaker than the rest of the novel.
  • Purity Sue - Wanderer; granted, she's not as egregious an example as Bella, but still. She's honest, sweet-natured, and gentle to a fault, and toward the end she has quite a circle of admirers amongst the human clan. Those who do not admire her either don't know her, or, like Maggie and Sharon, are described as shrewish and hateful. At the end, she even looks the part, and Doc comes dangerously close to pronouncing her Too Good for This Sinful Earth.
  • Sci Fi Ghetto: As seen here
  • They Copied It, So It Sucks - Mentioning this book in Animorphs or Stargate fan circles is generally a bad idea.

The Korean film:

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