sweetness1901 wrote:I am so devastated about the recent Midnight Sun news. I am not sure if this is where we are meant to discuss it, I just couldn't find anywhere else.
It is so unfair that someone has ruined this book for all of us. I cannot even begin to explain how much I was looking forward to this book. I have been hanging for it since I read the first chapter last year. Now to know I may never read the whole book or have a bound version beside my other books, is just heartbreaking.
I feel so bad for Stephenie too. She must feel so betrayed.
However, I cannot help but feel a little annoyed that all of her dedicated, honest fans are being punished for one persons deception. Now, because of one horrible person, we all miss out on one of the most anticipated books in the series.
Then there are rumors on the net that it was deliberately leaked! That cannot be. Why are people so horrible??
Hopefully, Stephenie can rise about all of these negative events and Edward can finish his story. We are all behind you Stephenie, no matter what!
Likeasunburn wrote:Soubiluv98 wrote:Stephenie really DOESN'T care about us the fans, if she doesn't take this back.
SHE DOESN'T CARE.
I'm just so upset right now.
Who else feels like she just gave ALL OF US the finger?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well, that was just chock full of crazy. Is it naptime by any chance?
needwingstofly wrote:I don't really think the word "yipee" comes to mind for me. Directly before the link is a comment that she doesn't actually WANT her fans to read this rough draft. She only posted it so that her fans don't feel guilt about reading it from another source. I read that first chapter that was originally posted and was hooked. Who knew how much more complex it could be - the same story from another character? I was already planning on buying it when it came out and was looking forward to the rest of it. Now that she posted the link, I was curious but not enough to ruin it. If she doesn't want us to read it, then I don't want to either. I'm just not interested - I hope she changes her mind and decides to publish it - sooner rather then later. It's hard to not read it because I've read the Twilight series three times through already (and I just discovered her books a month ago) and I'm dying to read this book.
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