mandustries wrote:Plus, Midnight Sun makes him so ... human. Jealousy, anxiety, worry, anger ... all these things are very human emotions. Ed's not perfect (although his imperfections make him even more perfect, right? ) and even though he doesn't believe he has a soul, it's obviously there.
Elizabeth wrote: I just want to know why the 'younger' vampires don't even talk to the humans- not until Bella. Why so?
Heidi wrote:Elizabeth wrote: I just want to know why the 'younger' vampires don't even talk to the humans- not until Bella. Why so?
I seemed to get the impression most of the other students kept a distance from them because they could tell they weren't quite normal. Edward had mentioned several times about how the students kept a distance out of instinctive fear. Also, I believe most of it was tedious to the Cullens at this point, since they would consistently be in and out of high school depending on where they would move during their immortal existence and it probably wasn't the safest thing for them to interact with the other students because of the thirst factor, even if they could control it.
Allie_Cullen wrote: It came back to bite me because it was probably the best piece of literature Stephenie has ever written. Even as a unfinished draft it is perfection. Now as I predicted I'm obsessing for more....*sigh*
I guess I'll have to live off fan fiction.
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