Dear Stephanie Meyer,
I always thought that life was supposed to be easy. After reading Twilight, I realized that it isn't. These books have shown me that life is not always easy and it is harder than you'd think to fight for what you believe in. The characters in Twilight have shown me that if you try hard and never give up you can usually achieve what you are trying to. So from now on I will probably expect to go the harder route.
There are some pretty awesome main characters in this book. The main character Bella is human while the other main characters are all vampires. Bella has shown me that when you really want something with all your heart you can not fail. The main character Alice who is one of the vampires, has taught me to look at the glass half full instead of half empty for example if I don't get to do something I wanted to I can look at all the other things that I had gotten to do that day.
I always wanted to be some type of creature like Edward or something but now that I think about the costs that I would have to pay I don't like that idea so much. For example I would not like to have to keep moving before anyone noticed that I wasn't growing old. I think that it would also be pretty hard to hide the fact that you never ate and that you were super strong. But there is also the positive side of things like being able to run super fast because no one would notice it unless you showed them and there is always the chance that you would get an extra strength like mind reading or visions. But I think that even with all that I still think that it would be too much of a burden so I've decided that I like life just the way it is.