debussygirl wrote:See, to me Tuck Everlasting was more about the negatives of wanting something like living forever than a love story, which Twilight is. It creeped me out that Jess (I think that was his name) wanted a 10 year old to become immortal for him. I don't think he loved her, he just wanted someone, anyone, to be with (unlike Edward, who never wanted anyone until Bella and even then wouldn't make her immortal). The proof he didn't love her was that he never tried to go back for her, yet he expected her to become immortal. So since he didn't go back he didn't love her enough, especially since there wasn't anything really dangerous about him like there was with Edward. And Winnie was only a little girl with a crush (opposed to Bella who's a mature teenager desperately in love). So I don't find it a very romantic book compared to Twilight.
But it does bring up the similar dilemma of immortality or mortality like Twilight does. And the Tucks are sort of like the Cullens, needing to move around, stay secret, never grow or change. They have a secret like the Cullens.
xXBeSafeXx wrote:. He
did go back for her though, just not for several years, giving
her a chance to age somewhat before becoming immortal.
MindReader wrote:um...this is the first romance novel ive read
Twilightlover101 wrote:dramaqueen55 wrote:to find out a diffrent end to bella and edwards relation ship we need to see forever dawn right?
yea i hope she releases it soon
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