I still like twilight,though not that much.
i think it's because of this spot..
it made me view everything instead of only being a crazy maniac Twi-hard.
HP books are simply better.
And Im talking about being written better,and the books will always leave you thinking for a while.
With all that,I like Twilight,though I know there's no reason anymore for ME to like it.
The character's in twilight have no life,except for few that are not too mentioned as Bella and Edward.
Rosalie,Jacob and Leah Clearwater.
Who you could actually relate to!
I don't think a club on some random Internet site has turned use to be Twilighters. I think if anything "turns" people than it's either the fans, or they're just sick of the arguments about team Jacob or team Edward. Honestly I think there could be a whole list of things that could have "turned" them but not a site.
I personally am a Twilight fan.
*Sighs* I had an answer to this question, but it was too long, even after editing it. (Evidently, I had a lot to say.) If you're interested, please let me know. *Pissed off that she wrote so much, then couldn't even post it*
i started reading the HP series when i was in fifth grade. I already saw the movies (and loved them) so i felt eager to start on the books. i finished the first two in two weeks. i started the third one, but i never could finish it because i became incredibly busy with after school activities. fifth grade came to an end, then sixth grade went by.
then in seventh grade (last year - yeah, im young) people were all the sudden talking about the Twilight series. at first, it sounded like rubbish to me. but i decided i couldn't come to that conclusion without giving them a try. so i borrowed the first one from a friend. i finished it in less then three days. then my sister got the whole series for her sixteenth birthday. we both read the books. my sister said she thought they were okay. i loved them. i almost became obsessed. almost. i still had this empty feeling inside me, like the Twilight series left something big and important out of them.
a week later, i asked my sister what her favorite books were. without hesitation, she replied saying the Harry Potter series were the best books she ever read, and the only series she would recommend to others. that's when i remembered that i had started the HP series, but never finished. my sister let me borrow her HP books, and for some reason, i started on the fifth book. i zipped through it, and over the summer between seventh and eigth grade, i read the sixth and seventh books. then i remembered that i skipped the third and forth books. over the beginning of eigth grade, i read those two books (the third is my favorite as of right now).
then i decided to read the series again in the correct order. it took me three weeks. i loved the series, and i did not have that empty feeling i got from Twilight.
it wasn't until after i read the seventh Harry Potter book for the second time when i realized what was missing from the Twilight series: a plot. i still question myself why i ever liked the Twilight saga.
At first, I loved Twilight and was just as obsessed as the Twihards, but then I started noticing what people were saying about it, such as Edward being creepy and a stalker. I reread the books and found all these things to be true. Yes, I became Anti-Twilight and I gave my books away. HP forever!!!!