Hi readers!We recently underwent an overhaul of our Quicklets to focus on commentary, analysis, and criticism from our expert writing team.In addition, our Quicklets include an overall summary, a description of key characters and themes, fun trivia,MoreHi readers!We recently underwent an overhaul of our Quicklets to focus on commentary, analysis, and criticism from our expert writing team.In addition, our Quicklets include an overall summary, a description of key characters and themes, fun trivia, and a selection of great online readings.Thanks!- - - - -Quicklets: Your Reading Sidekick!Never read a book alone again!
Supercharge your reading with Quicklets.Quicklets are jam-packed with information like those notes you totally copied off that geeky kid you knew back in high school.But they’re not boring like other study guides. They keep you entertained AND informed.You can conquer any book with your trusty sidekick. We’ve got your back :)= = = = =Stephanie Meyer is the author of Twilight, which is book one in the four-book saga.It’s argued that this is a five book series.
However the fifth book, Midnight Sun, is still a work in progress with no foreseeable publication date.She also wrote a short novella, “The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner.Meyer is an English Literature major and is raising three boys in Phoenix, Arizona.
She wrote Twilight as the result of a dream, and began writing the book during June of 2003. She remembers because it happened to be the first day of one of her son’s swimming lessons.Twilight is a love story depicting forbidden love between a vampire and a human. Isabella (Bella) Swan decides to move to Forks, Washington to live with her father, Charlie.This decision is because of her mother’s desire to travel with her new husband, Phil, while he plays minor league baseball. She’s apprehensive about her first day of school because it’s so far into the semester, but it’s not that bad.
She makes friends quickly, and several boys develop crushes on her...= = = = =Quicklets: Your Reading Sidekick