Best known for her Twilight series, Stephenie Meyer's four-book collection has sold Midnight Sun is an exercise in character development that got wildly out of . Midnight Sun is an unreleased companion novel to the book Twilight by author Stephenie Meyer. The work retells the events of Twilight from the perspective of. Start by marking “Midnight Sun (Twilight, #)” as Want to Read: Midnight Sun is the much anticipated retelling of Twilight from Edward Cullen's perspective. An unedited partial draft was illegally leaked onto the internet in ; consequently, author Stephenie Meyer put the.
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Part 1 as a pdf you can find here chancromaslodis.ga html Sez Mac told me Stephanie uploaded part 2 in June Stephenie went on to reveal that she put the Midnight Sun release date on hold again after learning about E.L. James's new book, according to. Midnight Sun was an unpublished companion novel to the book Twilight by author Stephenie Meyer. It was a retelling of the events of Twilight from the.
Carlisle would have the connections to find her the most skilled doctors, the most talented therapists. Perhaps something could be done to fix whatever it was that was wrong with her, what ever it was that made her content to sit beside a vampire with her heart beating calmly and steadily.
I would watch over the facility, naturally, and visit as often as I was allowed I now truly believe both of these clowns are meant for each other. Crazy is as crazy does. This can't possibly be legit.
It is? Somehow that just adds another layer of LOL'ing! Run away! If and when this book is ever finished and released, it will only be good for one thing: The lolz Next up is Eclipse, but in case you missed it: My Twilight review and My New Moon review.
And in case you are wondering why I'm re-reading the series, stop on over to check out Project Hindsight at my blog Cuddlebuggery Book Blog. Follow if you like? Yes, that was me shamelessly promoting myself. View all comments. Nov 10, Sparker Pants rated it did not like it Shelves: I don't even know, honestly. After reading Twilight I could kinda see how Edward the sparklepire could be appealing to teenage girls in his prissy diamond way, but after I read this?
Oil her window so you can sneak into her room at night without her permission! Force her to spend time with only you, isolating her from friends and family! I was so creeped out. I ma OH. I may have had to boil myself before being able to continue on in life and not feel dirty. Dec 10, Lora added it Shelves: View all 34 comments. Sep 15, Katie rated it it was amazing.
This is a yet-to-be-completed partial draft of a novel portraying Twilight from Edward's perspective. I have read more like devoured the pages that Stephenie Meyer posted on her website.
I love them, flaws which were not too many considering it's a rough draft and all. It would be really disappointing if Edward's story ended where it does.
He was always the most intriguing character to me, and the story thus far explains so much of his words and actions that puzzled me before. It's a bon This is a yet-to-be-completed partial draft of a novel portraying Twilight from Edward's perspective.
It's a bonus that he can read minds, so we not only know now what he was thinking, but also the thoughts of those around him.
I've been surprised to read just how much he knew about the future and how early he knew it, thanks to Alice. Makes me want to slap my forehead and go, Duh! No wonder he did what he did!
Stephenie is the only person in the universe who can guide us on this journey into the depths of Edward, and I sincerely hope she continues to write this story, and not let her faith in humanity be ruined by a few shameless and untrustworthy people. View all 26 comments. All Twilight Fans! Found it on Stephenie Meyers Website.
Midnight Sun is Twilight, from Edwards perspective. I am one of the rabid fans who couldn't resist reading this partial draft of Midnight Sun even though Stephenie Meyer would have preferred we not. I am being totally honest when I say that I loved this partial draft as much, if not more, than Twilight. When reading Twilight, I often thought Edward was arrogant and insensitive but that is absolutely the furthest thing from the truth - He's actua Midnight Sun is Twilight, from Edwards perspective.
When reading Twilight, I often thought Edward was arrogant and insensitive but that is absolutely the furthest thing from the truth - He's actually one of the more tormented YA heroes I've read about.
Here is a young 'man' who thought he could never find that deep, passionate love between a man and a woman. He was going through his existence, thinking he was complete in himself, never imagining there could be more. But, enter Bella Swan who, without trying, awakened his 'shut down' heart and gave them both something to live for. In Midnight Sun we see just how tormented Edward is, how torn between doing what is in his mind best for Bella, and what he so desperately wants Because, in my mind, understanding Edward is so vital to the storyline, Midnight Sun made Twilight really come alive for me.
May 15, Lynne rated it did not like it Recommends it for: I can't believe she thought she could get away with it. The same damn book, especially once the boy and the girl get together. Read it side-by-side with Twilight and get Meyer's bad dialogue in stereo!
And with no change of voice whatsoever even though the narrator has changed. As I've said in my other reviews, Meyer cannot write.
We do get a little more information on the Cullens, but any character development Rosalie especially that may have happened in the first four books is forgotten I can't believe she thought she could get away with it. We do get a little more information on the Cullens, but any character development Rosalie especially that may have happened in the first four books is forgotten in Midnight Sun.
More evidence of Meyer's sloppiness as a writer. But if you ever had any doubts about Edward and Bella being a perfect match, you can stop worrying. They're equally pathetic, whiny and shallow. Edward might have been interesting as a kickass vampire vigilante in his rebel days; I know some police departments who could use a guy like him and save the taxpayers a lot of money, but all we get is a prissy year-old virgin who reads and listens to music while the rest of his family have wild, house-ruining nooky.
Same sloppy prose, same shallow characters. I suffered through four books already. That's plenty. Not even for the pleasure of sporking this would I have bought or even borrowed it. My undying gratitude to whomever leaked the manuscript. January 5, Feminist rant; proceed at your own risk. I know I've mentioned Meyer's narrow worldview and anti-feminism in my reviews of the other four novels, but for the sake of consistency, I'm going to point it out anyway.
There's a scene in the manuscript with the Cullens in the Forks High School cafeteria. Jasper is, as usual, marshalling all his willpower to not leap onto the next student he sees and drain them of their blood. Alice says something to the effect of, "it helps if you think of them as people" and proceeds to give a little backstory on a student, Whitney, who walks by their table.
Whitney who "has a baby sister she adores. Jasper seems to struggle with his hunger in the presence of any human, so why does Meyer have to point out only the girls who tempt him?
And why were both of them portrayed only as nurturing mother figures to younger siblings? Again, as in the other four books, a woman is only validated by having a boyfriend or a husband and by being a mother; for example, Rosalie telling Bella she'd wish to be old and wrinkly with Emmett watching their grandchildren play in their front yard and her "rescue" of Bella once her pregnancy is discovered, Esme's near-suicide after the death of her child, Leah's rant about how she probably became a shapeshifter because she can't have kids.
Oh yeah, and Bella risking her life to bring her vampire hybrid into the world whatever the cost. Any one of these, taken separately, might not be alarming to me, but its prevalence in the books shows how deep Meyer's religious indoctrination runs. From the earliest age, young girls and women in the Mormon faith are told that they must marry and procreate, that the only important work they could ever do will be as a wife and mother.
How is the single woman, the woman with a satisfying and successful career, or the woman who cannot have children to cope as a member of a Mormon congregation, especially when there are judgmental members around whispering amongst themselves that somehow she isn't "worthy" or some man would have wanted her or "the Lord" would have blessed her with children? Instead of carrying this idea to the silly extreme to which Meyer carries it, why couldn't Whitney have been a member of the school swim team and taken second in state in the hundred-meter freestyle?
Why couldn't the other girl too lazy to look up her name, sorry have had mad writing skills or play the violin? Alice's powers of clairvoyance could have been used so much better here. Oh yeah, because vampirism is a metaphor for sex, and you can add chronic homophobia to the list of Mormon dogma.
Midnight Sun: Edward’s Version of Twilight
There's much more Mormon meta in these books, but that would fill four books the length of Meyer's so-called "saga" itself. I don't think Meyer even realizes she's doing it, but again, here we see Meyer's narrow worldview, her lack of imagination, her sloppiness and laziness as a writer, her fear of creating characters that are anything other than Mary Sues. And again, my undying gratitude to whomever leaked the manuscript. I've received comments like "U R just jellus cuz Stephanie sic wrights better then U!!!!!!!!
Leah a badass girl-wolf-shapeshifter who whines about being "defective" because she stopped menstruating and that's probably why nobody "imprinted" on her, and Rosalie, who was "turned" as a young, single woman.
I've been saying, from a position of personal experience, that the narrow worldview comes from Meyer's religious upbringing. I understand religious indoctrination and how "bred into the bone" it can be, and I'm saying Meyer cannot seem to get out of that mindset when she's writing. I find it shallow and trite and a negative message to the young women and girls who read the books, along with the other bullshit about turning your free will over to a controlling, abusive man-beast and portraying that as romantic because he's rich and pretty.
I further understand that these books provoke strong emotions in people. If you are here out of curiosity and you gave it 5 stars, you can forget about a meeting of the minds on the quality and merit of this series. So try to be a grownup about other people's opinions differing from yours. Read and move on. Sep 18, Sandee rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I typically stay as far away from romance novels as I can but I got "bitten" okay I started reading them because I needed a book-fix after the last Harry Potter book may the Harry Potter series rest in peace.
The first in the Twilight series, appropriately named "Twilight", is pretty good but not Stephenie Myer's best writing.
With each addition in the series, her writing gets better and better. I read the last book and started getting geared up for the mo I typically stay as far away from romance novels as I can but I got "bitten" okay I read the last book and started getting geared up for the movie.
A friend at work told me about the partially completed draft of "Midnight Sun" being leaked so I went to Meyer's website to see what happened. Meyer decided that, for now and indefinitely, she is so upset about the leak that she can't write any more in the book. She made an interesting move, though, to save her readers' honor and uploaded the unfinished manuscript to her website herself.
No one has to feel guilty looking for it and reading it, because she's taken the high road and freely given it. I started reading it, not expecting to be bitten hard enough to become a wannabe vampire myself! Midnight Sun is the best book in the series and it isn't even officially part of the series!
I found myself swooning like a teenage girl -- okay, like Bella herself -- and wanting Edward to fall in love with ME! I'm pathetic, I know, but that's okay. We all need a little nibble of romance every now and then! View all 4 comments. Jan 23, Rebekah rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Read the first 11 or so chapters Meyer posted on her website. Just as bad as the rest. Edward seems pretty delusional about Bella and her non-existent personality and he's even more creepy from his own point of view.
Spying on her while she's sleeping and reading and who knows what else But apparently Meyer thinks it's perfectly normal and acceptable for teenage boys to stalk young girls Read the first 11 or so chapters Meyer posted on her website.
But apparently Meyer thinks it's perfectly normal and acceptable for teenage boys to stalk young girls and watch them while they sleep. Also, about not finishing it just because you are so "upset and depressed" about it being leaked online?
Way to be mature and rational. Sometimes I really think Meyer is some whiny teenage girl on the internet writing her own love novel with her playing Bella. I for one wouldn't be that surprised. I guess it helps me keep hope in the human race that a grown woman isn't writing these and seriously thinks she is writing this amazing wonderful perfect romance, because otherwise I don't know what to think.
View all 64 comments. Sep 12, Allison Floyd rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Can't get enough of Edward's hissy, snarly, growly velvet honey voice? Bella's "selflessness"? The thirst, the infernal burning thirst? Wonder what that waitress was really thinking when she delivered those mushroom raviolis? Boy, do I have a book for you. View all 13 comments. Dec 21, Honor rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Twilight fans, and some of the less-than-thrilled.
For my money, this book has the potential to be the rock solid best of the series. A lot of Rob Pattinson's lovely portrayal of Edward might be attributable to his having read it beforehand, and I think it does a good job of illustrating some of the things I've been saying in defense of the things about Edward that other feminists find creepy at best The real problem they're not able to see past is that Edward is not a normal 17 year old boy He's a predator.
He's a vampire.
He may be being nice about it, but he kills for a living, and at least some of that time, he's killed humans. What, from his point of view, is wrong with watching her? Remember our rules and customs are subjective. He's not stalking her to control her, and that's obvious at every stage.
He's watching her to learn more about her - something we all do when we're interested in anyone for any reason, even if his lengths and methods are more natural to him than to us.
He's watching her to protect her, and the same comparison applies He goes to greater lengths because of who and what he is. It's -natural- to him. If I have any fault with the character, it's that he's all too concerned with the idea of having lost his soul And horrified at the idea of this beautiful, intriguing person he's become so fond of losing hers.
As if any god who'd punish him for something that wasn't his choice, no matter how much good he does to try to atone for the 'sin' of becoming a vampire, is anyone you'd want to look up to or spend eternity with in the first place. What he never seems to get, all through all the books, is that she -does- have a choice. If the fact that she doesn't know everything there is to know about the ramifications of that choice were sufficient to invalidate it, then none of the choices any of us makes would be well advised.
Midnight Sun (Unedited)
At least this book gives you insight to why he feels that way. It also gives us some delicious insights into his family and such. I hope, hope, hope she changes her mind someday and finishes it. View all 5 comments.
Sep 19, Leia rated it it was amazing. As many others were, I was deeply saddened when the first 12 chapters of Midnight Sun were illegally released on the internet, not only for the atrocity of the situation, but the hurt and depression that must have sweeped over Stephenie Meyer. When she posted the unfinished manuscipt for the fans, I sat up with my laptop and scrolled the PDF until I finished all pages in one sitting. And what a sitting it was. I loved the Twilight series, and thought I knew Edward's character pretty well, lo As many others were, I was deeply saddened when the first 12 chapters of Midnight Sun were illegally released on the internet, not only for the atrocity of the situation, but the hurt and depression that must have sweeped over Stephenie Meyer.
I loved the Twilight series, and thought I knew Edward's character pretty well, loving him fervently, along with the majority of Meyer's fandom. After reading Midnight Sun I sat back, realizing I had only scratched the surface of Edward's psyche, and I had fallen in love with him all over again, but as if it were for the first time. I fully support Stephenie's decision to place an indefinite hold on finishing this novel - I can only imagine her state of mind after this ordeal and concur that it would not be the best for creativity maybe morbidity, but nothing constructive.
Ignore the obvious spelling and gramatical errors, for it was never meant to be released in this manner, and dive into the passionate world of Edward Cullen like you've never seen before. View all 3 comments. Sep 11, Annalisa rated it liked it Shelves: First of all, I am not one of those people who rate a book on anticipation, nor do I appreciate it when people do.
This review is based on the 12 chapters linked on Stephenie Meyer's website. Yes there are grammatical errors but not anything to be embarrassed about the rough format of the text.
I'd be more embarrassed about the use of the word chagrin more times than I cared to count ok I still counted which made me cringe with chagrin. Secondly, yes I am a hypocrite. I am aware that my very l First of all, I am not one of those people who rate a book on anticipation, nor do I appreciate it when people do. I am aware that my very last Stephenie Meyer review stated I was done with her books.
I'm not going to get sucked into any new fiction from her but after several weeks of avoiding this I finally broke down and read the chapters.
Reading this did slightly lessen my disdain for Breaking Dawn in that I can see how from Edward's perspective Bella was meant to be a vampire. I still don't like Breaking Dawn but going back to Twilight before New Moon and Eclipse took the story in a different direction it makes just a hair more sense.
And most importantly I can see why Edward fell in love with Bella. This finally explains what makes Bella special. Of course this is just the first few chapters before Bella turns to mush definable only by her relationship with Edward when I liked Bella too. But even then I didn't get why Edward who has lived over years would like her. Now I do. I also didn't see Edward as such a creep.
We understand why he says things like "I have a problem with my temper" and it's not that he has a problem with his temper. But he still is obsessively protective of Bella and it didn't lessen my distaste of that. The whole Bella being a magnet for trouble is hammered into the ground a little too much.
And maybe it's because I don't download into her need to be overly protected but I did find it annoying. And the cheesy overly possessive dialogue is worse coming from a guy's perspective. Probably because I've already read these discussions before, but many of the conversations I found boring and childish. But overall, it was nice to see what Edward was thinking in the early stages of their relationship before they were open with each other. I didn't realize how much Meyer had left to question in Twilight.
I pulled out my copy of Twilight to see what Bella was thinking when Edward was confused by her silence and it was nice to go through them together. And just to clarify: It's my niece's. I'm a definite closet, on-the-fence fan.
I would have liked to see more scenes of Edward away from Bella instead of just rereading Twilight from another perspective, but maybe she intended to fill those in later. My biggest disappointment with this is that it's incomplete. Not so much that it is unfinished but where she finished it. Meyer said she wrote her favorite scenes first and where this whole idea came from a dream of a girl and vampire in the meadow which became the first written chapter in Twilight, I was sure the meadow scene would be one of the first scenes she wrote.
But no. These leaked pages start at the beginning of the book and follow right up until two days before the meadow scene. The Port Angeles chapter was interesting, but really all I want to know is Edward's thoughts as he learns to deal with touching her and his physical reactions to their first kiss. If she had written just a few chapters more, I would have been completely satisfied with Bella's account of James and never cared to read a completed book of Midnight Sun.
And she was so close Despite the incompleteness of the book, I am glad I went over these chapters. The bad taste of Breaking Dawn is more of a distant memory and now I have a more complete understanding of Twilight.
View all 21 comments. Jan 27, Colleen Houck added it Shelves: I personally believe this book would have been Stephenie Meyer's masterpiece. Edward knows everything so a book from his point of view is just so cool. I read her rough draft on her website in one sitting and kept mumbling, "Please go past the meadow scene, please go past the meadow scene," over and over. Of course, it stopped just before the meadow scene so I was sad.
I really hope she finishes it someday because its amazing. Oct 01, Lisa rated it it was amazing Shelves: My life was an unending, unchanging midnight. It must, by necessity, always be midnight for me. So how was it possible that the sun was rising now, in the middle of my midnight? When I first heard a little over a month ago that Midnight Sun had been leaked and would be "on hold" indefinitely, I was incredibly sad. For Stephenie Meyer, yes, because her trust had been broken, but for myself as well.
Selfish, I know, but I was so looking forward to having a nice hardbound copy of Midnight Sun to pla My life was an unending, unchanging midnight. Selfish, I know, but I was so looking forward to having a nice hardbound copy of Midnight Sun to place on my bookshelf beside the other Twilight books.
Now I don't know if that will happen. I told myself I wouldn't read the manuscript, even though it was posted on Stephenie's website. That didn't last long, obviously. How could I not read it, when it was available and calling out to me? So I read it. I loved it! No surprise there.
It was refreshing to read things from Edward's perspective ahhh, Edward! And some of the things he thought about Bella were so sweet and cheesy they made me swoon. Really good! I only wish the meadow scene had been written and included. Dec 20, Elisabeth rated it it was amazing.
View 2 comments. Sep 21, Amber rated it really liked it. I was very sad that Stephenie put this on hold indefinitely, but I can understand why she did.
What a violation as an author. I really liked this version. I think I liked being in Edward's head a whole lot more than being in Bella's. Plus, you get the added bonus of being in everyone else's head and get to see their true selves. What fun! I personally thought this book had the potential to be the best of the series. Although I did feel like I was stepping back in time after reading all the other I was very sad that Stephenie put this on hold indefinitely, but I can understand why she did.
Although I did feel like I was stepping back in time after reading all the other books, it was nice to get a few more details. Jan 14, April rated it it was amazing.
Dear Stephanie, I understand that you're really irritated that someone you trust would take your unfinished manuscript and run off with it. I can only imagine the betrayal you must feel, even violation. What I read from this was sooo very much better than Twilight.
How could you start something like this and leave it.
Give us a glimpse into the mind of such a "godlike" vampire such as Edward and take it a Dear Stephanie, I understand that you're really irritated that someone you trust would take your unfinished manuscript and run off with it. Give us a glimpse into the mind of such a "godlike" vampire such as Edward and take it away? I can only hope that one day, you will change your mind as I imagine you will.
May his untold version of the story eat away at your heartless soul until there is nothing left. Only kidding I hope you keep your soul but I can only imagine how much this unfinished work will bother you until the time comes when you will finish it.
Nov 27, Faizah Roslaini rated it liked it Shelves: Perhaps I should be ashamed of myself for obsessing over Twilight the way I did, but I'm not going to lie about liking it. Perhaps the series would not appeal to the taste of bourgeois and elitists, who might feel that reading Twilight somehow compromise their immense intellects. I'm not a bourgeois nor an elitist, I'm a simple person who reads simply for pleasure.
I just like what I like. If this one gets published I would definitely download it. Though the main reason behind it would be totally point Perhaps I should be ashamed of myself for obsessing over Twilight the way I did, but I'm not going to lie about liking it. Though the main reason behind it would be totally pointless you might say. I just need to see the complete series arrange neatly together on my shelf! Jan 12, Natasha rated it it was amazing.
Edward's mind is engrossing and I can't get enough! May 25, Hazel rated it did not like it. I am a journalist and for my school newspaper, I write editorials. I wrote one on Twilight and Midnight Sun and the abusive behavor Edward shows. I feel like they hated it because they knew it was true. How do I know this?
Well As I was writing, I asked some girls what they would do if their boyfriends stalked them while they slept or read, or what they would do if their boyfriends broke the breaks of their cars so they wouldn't go see another I am a journalist and for my school newspaper, I write editorials.
Well As I was writing, I asked some girls what they would do if their boyfriends stalked them while they slept or read, or what they would do if their boyfriends broke the breaks of their cars so they wouldn't go see another male friend.
Or what they would do if they felt intimidated by their boyfriends or undeservant of their love. They all gave me the same response, they would leave their boyfriends. Some even said they would get a restraining order. He's sexy! I wanted so bad a guy like Edward Cullen. And then, I found a boy like him. It def wasn't the Twilight romace I thought it would be. Controling, Jealous, stalkerish, and creepy.
And worse of all, very emotionally abusive and scary. After a year in a half I finally got myself back and re read Twilight thinking it would leave me in a better mood after the break up and it only made it worse. Edward shows signs as an abuser and sadly, no girl would know it is unless they experience an abusive relationship.
Midnight Sun was the icing on the cake and was taken way too far. I was a little scared for Bella myself. That is not love, it's unhealthy obsession. Nov 12, Rachel rated it it was amazing Shelves: Why did I give it five stars? Cuz it was funny. That chick would sell her own mother to the Volturi if it meant she could be with Edward the rest of her life. View all 12 comments.
Jan 13, Shannon Giraffe Days rated it really liked it Shelves: This is purely gratuitous but I don't care - I always wanted to know what was going on in Edward's head and knowing how he really felt, and it was great to get his perspective: While this is an unfinished draft - ending at the end of the first day after Bella lets Edward know she knows he's a vampire - I would definitely download the complete novel if Meyer ever finished and published it, just for my own satisfaction.
But I agree with Chelsea - This is purely gratuitous but I don't care - I always wanted to know what was going on in Edward's head and knowing how he really felt, and it was great to get his perspective: But I agree with Chelsea - Meyer is being a bit sulky, dropping this project because it got leaked.
It's horrible that someone did that, but it's also petulant and immature to let that spoil everyone else's enjoyment in the series. She made a bigger deal out of it than she needed to - wanting to be dignified, sure, but also over-reacting. Yeah, I'm being selfish: I want her to finish the damn thing so I can have a copy!
View all 6 comments. Nov 18, Rebecca Dew rated it it was ok. This book is an exacting re-tread of the inexplicably popular first book of the Twilight series, the book from which the entire series earned it's nomenclature. Fortunately, Mrs. Meyers also the name brand of my favorite laundry detergent proves that she is learning something as she goes along.
Thankfully, the writing is improving from book to book though the mythos of the vampires and werewolves still remains contradictory and immaturely expressed.
The best part is that unlike the first book This book is an exacting re-tread of the inexplicably popular first book of the Twilight series, the book from which the entire series earned it's nomenclature. The best part is that unlike the first book wherein the lack of cohesion made Bella seem like a floating head lost in the absence of either explained or implied physical structure, Edward seems to have a body and isn't entirely cerebrally constructed.
It's also nice to get some idea of what Edward ever saw in Bella in the first place because, frankly, the first book was a hot mess when it came to addressing the reciprocity of their relationship. If only there were some indication of Edward's perspective in the first book, he might not have seemed like such an unbalanced and stilted lack-wit. Unfortunately, since this is such an exacting re-tread, it also seems to offer very little in terms of intrigue in terms of plot and seems grossly overdue, possibly to the point of irrelevance.
I do not understand why Mrs. Meyers chose not to give any insight into the Edward character whatsoever in the first book, making him so inscrutable and obtuse as to render his behavior ridiculous and irrational. When Bella asks Edward if he has multiple personality disorder the day before she falls "irrevocably in-love" with him, she had a point. Based on the way the character is written in the first two books, he seems mentally and emotionally unbalanced bordering on deranged.
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Oh yeah, because vampirism is a metaphor for sex, and you can add chronic homophobia to the list of Mormon dogma. Here are a few of them: It def wasn't the Twilight romace I thought it would be. There is one part where he sits down and questions her sanity.