30-Day Blog Challenge: Day 10

Day 10: A book that reminds you of home

This is going to sound really weird and please don’t judge me, but…


For those who don’t know, Twilight takes place in Folks, Washington (which is a real town, btw). It is just north of where I grew up in Sherwood, Oregon, and whenever the book describes the pine trees or the overcast, rainy sky, I’m reminded of home. I’m not a massive fan of this book (it was just okay, though I don’t have the hate towards it many people feel), but the setting holds a special place in my heart!

10 thoughts on “30-Day Blog Challenge: Day 10

    1. Many people do hate Twilight, at least in America. There was a massive movement of hate reviews coming out (and still coming out) around the time the books were released. I personally think it was because of how popular the books got. The more popular the book is, the most people will hate it. As for general reasons why it is hated, those include the stupidity of love triangles, Bella being a flat character, and many more.

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      1. That makes sense. I checked out book reviews about Twilight on Douban which is a Chinese website and the reasons are similar to what you’ve said. They think the author is like a Chinese writer called Qiong Yao,who used to write many corny romantic stories and become very popular.And I agree with you, something rather popular are usually controversial!

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