Editorial Reviews for this title:
Edward's Twilight has been Amazon's #1 Twilight parody for the past 13 months running.
What reviewers on Amazon are saying about Edward's Twilight:
"Awesome and the twist at the end was amazing" - "Clever and witty dialogue, very good parody" - "Finally, a parody that really "gets" Twilight" - "Really clever" - "Kept me entertained and well written" - "A very good parody" - "The author is CLEVER and he writes well" - "It wasn't what I expected, but it was still amazing" - "Well written and down right hilarious" - "Excellent parody of Twilight" - "My daughter is a twihard, it must be good my teenager hasn't put it down" - "Edward's Twilight was awesome" - "The ending is very cool" - "Creative and funny" - "Hilarious and spot on, the author did a good job" - "I love twilight but this book was a great parody" - "The author's use of synonyms just slayed me. Priceless" - "Well written and very humorous. I love a good parody and this is a GREAT one!" - "The parody is flawless" - "This novel is a PARODY - and a very good one" - "5 stars baby! I love the ending" - "Great read and highly recommended" - "I love twilight but this is hilarious" - "Very funny and creative" - "I've read a few Twilight parodies, this is the best."
Edward's Twilight is a wickedly irreverent parody of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight, and is the only book telling Edward's version of Twilight. More faithful to the original story than any other parody, Edward's Twilight is the only book to parody Twilight as written by Stephenie Meyer. Set in the eccentric town of Full Moon, Washington, the alternate universe of Twilight's Forks, and narrated by Edward Cullen himself in the voice of his alter ego, Edwin Dullen, Edward's Twilight entertainingly recreates Meyer's vampire tale as Edwin Dullen and girlfriend Jezebella Penguin mercilessly spoof the wacky relationship between Edward Cullen and Bella Swan. Nothing is off limits as Edwin and Jezebella serve up witty and critical commentary on Meyer's characters, writing, and all things Twilight.
I was first introduced to Twilight when a friend suggested that I might enjoy it and loaned me her copy of the movie. I did enjoy the movie, and went on to read the entire Twilight Saga. As I became more interested in Twilight, I began reading about it on the internet and learned about the unfinished Midnight Sun. In my naiveté, I concluded that I could write the elusive Edward's version of Twilight, and proceeded with writing a manuscript titled Edward's Twilight. I had already written several chapters before learning, much to my chagrin, that I could not publish my story without infringing on Stephenie Meyer's copyright of Twilight. It was after this humbling lesson that I decided to rewrite Edward's Twilight as a parody.
While researching Edward's Twilight, I found that the Twilight parodies already available mostly had very little to do with Twilight, and that they typically were not real parodies. Edward's Twilight is very different. Edward's Twilight is the first true Twilight parody published anywhere, and is the only book to parody Twilight as written by Stephenie Meyer. Although I have changed some elements, Edward's Twilight closely follows Stephenie Meyer's story. Most notably, Edward's Twilight is the first and only book to tell Edward's version of Twilight.
From the Author
My fiendish hunger for Jezebella was urgent. Her scent was sweeter than any human I had ever smelled and I eventually dared to creep a few inches more toward her side of the table. My self-control quivered as I struggled to choke back my desire and restrain my desperate urges. I was deranged with longing and frenzied with sinful desire for this luscious human creature. As my body convulsed with lust I could feel myself channeling the spirits of the great vampire masters - Lugosi, Lee, Hamilton, Murphy, Nielsen, Count von Count.
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