even though they are books intended for younger audiences, there is always something you can pull out of them.
as I was taught by a woman who posted on Amazon.com's review of the Twilight movie, "I am much older than you (another customer who is 32 years old) and I am totally hooked on the movie and books. Twilight has no age limit."
I completely agree. so what if it was aimed at teens. I don't feel one bit of shame in loving these books.
my addition to the conversation was, "I am 26 and just saw the movie for the first (and so far only) time just 3 days ago (it started 11/21 and it's STILL in some theaters...wow) after getting the first book for Christmas and flying through it. My 26 year old cousin and a 21 year old co-worker both think I'm insane for liking the movie, let alone the books. But I love them both. According to Stephanie's website, this comes out the day before my birthday so I'm having my mother pre-order it for me as a gift. I have been completely sucked into the world of Twilight and I don't think I'll be leaving it anytime soon. I'm not so much "in love" with Robert (though he is gorgeous as Edward), I'm in love with the character he plays. Oh to find love like that. As soon as I finally get my hands on a copy of Eclipse (it's back ordered. boo-hoo) and get through the rest of New Moon and finish with Breaking Dawn, I'll be re-reading all the books and watching the movie every single chance I get. Sadly, I did kinda ruin the story for myself* (stupid curiosity), but it's not stopping me from reading the rest of the series.
Like another user said, Twilight has no age limit. All of us here have proven that. Twilight forever!!! "
*I pretty much ruined Breaking Dawn. I saw people mentioning Renesmee and I'm like "who the...?" so I looked online. yeah, wasn't real happy with myself after that. had to fight the urge to look up more words and just started looking at pictures.