Walk up the street and look up. Twightlight crap has infested our world. Its hard to miss the ads and covers, they are everywhere.
Yeah NOW. But this was back when the first movie came out. I only knew of it because my son (10 yrs at the time) told me his friends were talking about it. I asked someone who had seen it if there was rape themes or gratuitous sex scenes and was told it was mild. I didn't even know there were books!
Ugh, I can't stand self insertion books. You can tell the author is writing themselves into the story and all the other characters respond to them how they wish people would in everyday life with no rhyme or reason for it. The other instance we joke about is the "bestest male journalist ever" books like "The Girl Who Played with Fire" and "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo". Shallow stories where some rather normal fella travels all over and women from all walks of life MUST sleep with him because he, by way of his very average nature, is irresistible to all women.