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AmberV wrote:Is this in part a target audience thing you are referring to as well? I don't think the Twilight novels were written to the same audience as Rice's, but I'll freely admit to have never read Meyer's work, and it's been a good solid 13 or so years since I've picked up any Rice.
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pigfender wrote:I thoroughly enjoyed both 'interview..' & "the vampire lestat'.
You'd have to put a gun to my head to get me to pick up that twilight nonsense.
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Jaysen wrote:I'm a bit of a curmudgeon when it comes to "newfangled things".
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robertdguthrie wrote:The only criticism I can bring to bear on a book I haven't read is the idea that an idealized romance can occur between a teenaged girl and a 100+ year old man. Why readers aren't wigged out by this, I don't understand.
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