Franko Garc Garc itibaren Texas
When I get people asking for zombie books, this is what I'm directing them to. Here's the catch: It's not about zombies. It's about doppelgangers, or those who survive by killing humans and taking on their shape. Stahler's look at one adolescent doppelganger, and what happens when he takes over his first body is very well done; it has real emotional impact, as opposed to certain zombie books I won't name, examines what it's like to have to suddenly take over someone else's life, and what it's like to be a killer without flinching or preaching. The love story is also far better than the ones found in those unnamed zombie books. For supernatural fans, especially those who like grimmer stories.
Very disappointing, didn't even finish it. Too dirty.
I enjoyed reading this little book with lots of pictures, tips, and behind the scenes info in making the Twilight Movie from the film's director. It was fascinating to see how some scenes were shot: The treetops, the baseball field, the ballet studio, and see all that it entails to shoot it. Also I found out a few things that I didn't know, like the nomads wearing Waylon's clothes after their encounter with him. The only bad thing was the size of the book was a little small for the pictures and text to be viewed, and some of the pictures were cut off by their placement in the spine of the book. Other than that, an enjoyable read!