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It''s here! #1 bestselling author Stephenie Meyer makes a triumphant return to the world of Twilight with this highly anticipated companion: the iconic love story of Bella and Edward told from the vampire''s point of view.

When Edward Cullen and Bella Swan met in Twilight, an iconic love story was born. But until now, fans have heard only Bella''s side of the story. At last, readers can experience Edward''s version in the long-awaited companion novel, Midnight Sun.

This unforgettable tale as told through Edward''s eyes takes on a new and decidedly dark twist. Meeting Bella is both the most unnerving and intriguing event he has experienced in all his years as a vampire. As we learn more fascinating details about Edward''s past and the complexity of his inner thoughts, we understand why this is the defining struggle of his life. How can he justify following his heart if it means leading Bella into danger?

In Midnight Sun, Stephenie Meyer transports us back to a world that has captivated millions of readers and brings us an epic novel about the profound pleasures and devastating consequences of immortal love.


"People do not want to just read Meyer''s books; they want to climb inside them and live there." -- Time

"A literary phenomenon." -- The New York Times

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Stephenie Meyer spent over a decade writing Midnight Sun and Twilight fans will be well-rewarded for the wait. At long last we get to see Edward and Bella’s story from Edward’s perspective. We learn where he goes and what he does in the unseen moments of Twilight’s narrative, and most powerful of all, readers see, through his thoughts and actions, the intensity of Edward’s desire for Bella and how it clashes with his nearly overwhelming need to protect her, even from himself. Edward’s ability to read people’s minds, the content of which we are now privy to, adds a fresh dimension to the story, as do the flashbacks Edward has throughout the novel: visions and memories of his life before Forks, before Bella. I love these moments. For those of us who read Twilight years ago, Meyer transports us back to that pivotal story from the very first pages of Midnight Sun. Twilight changed a genre, redefined vampires, and put a whole new spin on dangerous obsession and star-crossed love. There are two sides to every story and we’ve long had Bella’s—now, thanks to Midnight Sun, we can see the whole picture. —Seira Wilson, Amazon Book Review

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"For ardent fans of the star-crossed couple, [ Midnight Sun] offers a more richly detailed view of Forks, Wash., and its inhabitants, undead and otherwise."― The New York Times

"So, will team Edward be happy with this book?... Absolutely. Meyer wrote with her biggest fans in mind, dedicating the book to them, and plunging into the mind of Washington state''s most complicated teenage vampire as he falls for a woman who is more determined than we''ve given her credit for."― The Washington Post

"[ Midnight Sun] is more complex, more sophisticated and less innocent than Twilight. Although it was Bella''s story that launched more than a decade''s worth of young adult sci-fi and dystopian heroines, it turns out the narrative power -- and compelling internal drama -- was on Edward''s side all along."― Time

"Stephenie Meyer''s Midnight Sun brings about a long-awaited consummation. It''s not a climactic moment between teenager Bella Swan and the gorgeous vampire Edward Cullen but a consummation that reconnects Ms. Meyer with her vast and hungry audience.... Will gratify devotees."― The Wall Street Journal

"The new book does, however, unexpectedly and rather wonderfully, suggest that the Bella-Edward relationship was never the central love affair of the Twilight series. Humans and vampires may gaze meaningfully into each other''s eyes, but the true passion in the books is Meyer''s love for her readers -- and their love for her."― NBC News

About the Author

Stephenie Meyer is the author of the #1 bestselling Twilight Saga, The Host, and The Chemist. Twilight has enraptured millions of readers since its publication in 2005 and has become a modern classic, redefining genres within young adult literature and inspiring a phenomenon that has had readers yearning for more. The series has sold 160 million copies worldwide and was made into five blockbuster feature films. Stephenie lives in Arizona with her husband. Her website is stepheniemeyer.com.

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E. A. Solinas
1.0 out of 5 stars
Twilight, flipped
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2020
It''s no exaggeration to say that Edward Cullen is one of my least favorite male characters of all time. The only reason he does not sit atop the throne is... well, Christian Grey and Massimo Torricelli exist. And after many years of refusing to do so, Stephenie... See more
It''s no exaggeration to say that Edward Cullen is one of my least favorite male characters of all time. The only reason he does not sit atop the throne is... well, Christian Grey and Massimo Torricelli exist.

And after many years of refusing to do so, Stephenie Meyer has finally given the wangsty, unintimidating vampire his very own novel, "Midnight Sun," which retells the entire story of her debut novel "Twilight" from Edward''s perspective. That sounds a lot more appealing than it is, once you realize that we then have to spend hundreds of pages in the head of a whiny, socially-inept misogynist who complains about everything.

In case you missed the media storm some years ago, Edward Cullen is a sparkly vampire who dwells in the town of Forks, Washington. He can read minds. He hates school, and he pretty much hates everyone around him, especially the women. But then once day the author''s self-insert, Bella Swan, stumbles into school and immediately entrances him with her delicious body odor. So he immediately wants to kill her, along with dozens of other innocent people. Swoon. Dream man.

And since Bella''s mind is unreadable, he begins obsessing over her, and decides that she is a selfless saint who is superior to all the common sheep. However, after he saves her from a freak car accident, Bella realizes that there''s something weird about him, which causes the Cullens to panic. But fear not! Stephenie Meyer will not mar her book with suspense, so Alice just blurts out that Bella is going to be her best friend and Edward''s soulmate, so everybody just calms down.

Of course, Edward can''t keep away from the universally irresistible girl who looks suspiciously like the author, and after creeping into her room for several weeks, he saves her from potential gang-rape and they start dating. Eventually the plot rears its ugly head, and some hostile vampires show up to kill Bella, which means Edward has to actually do something other than complain about how much other people suck and how tortured and evil he is.

Is "Midnight Sun" any good? Well, that depends on how you feel about the Twilight Saga as a whole. If you''re a fan of the previous books, you''ll probably love another fat tome of PG-rated vampire romance, in which all the characters talk like middle-aged women. If you find the books to be torture, then this book will probably make you want to set fire to an orphanage filled with puppies.

Sadly, Stephenie Meyer''s writing has not improved in quality over the last fifteen years — she still writes flowery, breathless, rambling prose that endlessly covers stuff that isn’t very interesting. And, of course, she talks endlessly about Bella’s “soft perfection” and how all men want her, and all women want Edward despite his complete lack of basic social skills. Furthermore, it’s incredibly melodramatic in a way that invokes more laughter than thrills, such as Edward rolling around on the floor of a hospital chapel.

"Midnight Sun" also completely destroys Edward''s entire image as a brooding Byronic jerk -- it''s hard to see him as a smooth, elegant predator when he spends the entire book throwing tantrums and complaining about everything. He''s whiny, selfish, melodramatic, boring, has contempt for everyone around him... and oh, he''s also a raging misogynist who hates any woman who isn''t a soft-spoken doormat. What’s more, the combination of his homicidal impulses (which are very sexualized) and his complete lack of any normal social skills... well, it makes him seem like a guy who would have been a school shooter if he hadn’t become a vampire instead.

He also reinforces that Meyer does not know how to write male characters – his internal thoughts sound more like a middle-aged woman than a teen boy of any era (“I love you too much, for your good or mine“). Of course, the actual teen conversations are pretty heinous in general, such as a “lolz he’s such a nerd” conversation about Comic-Con that reeks of “How do you do, fellow kids?” Just… don’t talk about geeky stuff, Meyer.

If you have enjoyed Meyer''s other books, you''ll probably enjoy this one too. But if you didn''t, Meyer has not improved -- "Midnight Sun" is every bit as bad as the books that precede it, with the added benefit of Edward''s melodramatic foulness.
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Dawn
5.0 out of 5 stars
Worth the read
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2020
If you like Twilight, you’ll like Midnight Sun just like if you liked Fifty Shades of Grey, you will like Grey. Already criticizing her writing over every minute detail is ludicrous! I remember when Midnight Sun was leaked and she decided to just release the draft for all... See more
If you like Twilight, you’ll like Midnight Sun just like if you liked Fifty Shades of Grey, you will like Grey. Already criticizing her writing over every minute detail is ludicrous! I remember when Midnight Sun was leaked and she decided to just release the draft for all of us, vowing to never complete the book, I found myself signing every petition to beg her to finish the book because I loved the draft! It was funny and entertaining and basically showed us Edward point of view. Twilight flipped. Give it a chance before writing your own book about why YOU in particular don’t like it because it’s Stephanie Meyer and YOU don’t like that genre of books. Why buy it to leave negative reviews if it’s not even the genre of books you like??
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noname
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The trolls dont get it.
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2020
You have to realize Edward wasnt the type of person to display his feelings. He was the one who kept to himself but was always respectful. Edward actually hated his vampire life until he met bella. People seem to forget of course the book is gonna be like the others. Its... See more
You have to realize Edward wasnt the type of person to display his feelings. He was the one who kept to himself but was always respectful. Edward actually hated his vampire life until he met bella. People seem to forget of course the book is gonna be like the others. Its just in his point of view what did this citrical person think it was going to be about. No everyone get the book you will love it I swear. You get both views and you can dig deeper into Edwards feelinga since he never displayed them as much.
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J. Buke
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Twilight...written well...who knew😱!
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2020
Let me start out by saying I am not a Twilight fan/groupie. Yes i read the books, everyone was talking about them so I did to be part of the conversation. Yes, I have seen the movies on TV. the other day in fact. So that said I bought this for my Amazon Fire and read it... See more
Let me start out by saying I am not a Twilight fan/groupie. Yes i read the books, everyone was talking about them so I did to be part of the conversation. Yes, I have seen the movies on TV. the other day in fact. So that said I bought this for my Amazon Fire and read it last night just finishing it. I loved it. It is so different from Twilight in the fact that Stephanie has learned how to write. That''s a good thing here because Edward''s voice is different than Bella''s, its more mature as it should be. If your worried it is the same thing that was leaked online years ago...your wrong. I began reading that when it was announced that she was releasing this and i remember moaning how awful it was while reading. I decided to take a chance on the book and WOW she hit it out of the park (as far as I am concerned.) I loved the fact that Edward can read his other vampire families minds and that two vampires members wanted to kill Bella after the whole parking lot car accident. What were the guys thinking when they cornered Bella in town that night Edward showed up? Its fun let me tell you...and we need that right now. There will be the haters out here but be assured you can laugh at them now. Stephanie has nailed it with this. Hats off to you Ms. Meyer, thanks for the good read. New reading order now...Twilight, Midnight Sun, New Moon...ect. Will add a new dimension to the remaining parts of the series.
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Sade
5.0 out of 5 stars
Twilight Forever
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2020
Been Waiting For This 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 Sooooo Ready To Dive In 🖤 !!!!!!! #TeamEdwardAlways
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Encinitas Hypnotherapist
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I really wanted to like this book...but
Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2020
Lets start by saying, its well written probably better written than Twilight itself. However, gez..Edward does not come off well in this book so if you were team Edward prior to this you will wish she had gone with Jacob instead. Not good. Edward comes off as whinny,... See more
Lets start by saying, its well written probably better written than Twilight itself. However, gez..Edward does not come off well in this book so if you were team Edward prior to this you will wish she had gone with Jacob instead. Not good. Edward comes off as whinny, selfish, narcissistic and completely unrelatable. Though i admit her portrayal of him is believable. Even Alice doesn''t seem so saintly after reading this book.

Don''t ruin your original Twilight experience by reading this book. Sometimes its better not to know what the guy is thinking and in this case you don''t want to know. Pass on this one, its far better if you do.
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Preordered with release day delivery. Still don’t have it.
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2020
Would be nice to actually have the book, but according to Amazon, preordering with ‘Release Day Delivery’ doesn’t actually mean anything.
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J. F
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Stephanie Meyer’s writing hasn’t improved.
Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2020
This book doesn’t even deserve one star. It’s just as disturbing as the rest of the Twilight saga. Stephanie Meyer’s bashing of blondes continues. The books are still pro white. The characterization of side characters doesn’t match what we were shown in previous books.... See more
This book doesn’t even deserve one star. It’s just as disturbing as the rest of the Twilight saga. Stephanie Meyer’s bashing of blondes continues. The books are still pro white. The characterization of side characters doesn’t match what we were shown in previous books.

For instance Jessica and Lauren are described as shallow, jealous, and don’t like Bella. Yet in Twilight Jessica was one of the first people to befriend Bella and help her out. In New Moon even when Bella ignored her existence Jessica continued to reach out to her. Until she had finally had enough of Bella’s terrible behavior. When Bella treats her like she’s garbage while they’re at the movies and endangers their lives by trying to get the attention of what she thought were the rapists from Twilight. Jessica somehow manages to forgive Bella and continue being her friend. (Even though she should have ditched Bella.)

In this book Edward continues to invade other people’s thoughts without their permission and then criticizes them for it.

I find it disturbing that Edward thinks of the students that go to Forks High as immature children and yet he proceeds to go out with one. (Bella who’s selfish, shallow, materialistic, and doesn’t value human life.) I’d also like to know why Edward goes to school when he hates it, finds the people there annoying and beneath him, and doesn’t bother to interact with the other ‘juvenile’ students.

He also casually and happily thinks about how he would love to brutally murder Mike a defenseless human, the innocent Quileute tribe, who can’t defend themselves, and have done nothing to him. The thought of terrifying Jessica and possibly killing her also causes Edward to feel joy.

Jasper is described as being one step away from murdering innocent people and yet they still allow him to be around defenseless humans. The Cullens continue to flaunt their wealth and break the laws of the road. They also drug a woman and steal her car, but they’ve done worse things in the other books. So it’s not really surprising.

I bought this book because I wanted to see if Meyer’s writing had improved, and if the book was the same as the twelve chapters of Midnight Sun, that leaked years ago.

Unless you’re an extreme twilight fan, I’d suggest you not waste a dime on this book or wait for the price to go down.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Worth the wait!
Reviewed in Canada on August 5, 2020
Great read if you loved the Twilight series. I''ve waited a decade for this and it was worth the wait! The thing about Twilight in general is to not take it so seriously; it''s a fun, light, teen novel series. Definitely not to be compared with adult novels. Take it for what...See more
Great read if you loved the Twilight series. I''ve waited a decade for this and it was worth the wait! The thing about Twilight in general is to not take it so seriously; it''s a fun, light, teen novel series. Definitely not to be compared with adult novels. Take it for what it is and enjoy the read!
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I have waited for this book for so many years!
Reviewed in Canada on August 8, 2020
I''m not a big Twilight fan, but the books were not bad. I read the first 12 chapters back in the early 2010s on Stephenie Meyer''s site after they were leaked. I have been waiting for her to feel like finishing it. I read the Twilight series for light reading, its nothing...See more
I''m not a big Twilight fan, but the books were not bad. I read the first 12 chapters back in the early 2010s on Stephenie Meyer''s site after they were leaked. I have been waiting for her to feel like finishing it. I read the Twilight series for light reading, its nothing super amazing, but I''m also a hopeless romantic so it pulled me in. The second time I read the series I felt like the chapters were going to take so long to go through because before Edward showed up the pages just didn''t pull me in, once Edward appeared I craved to read the next words, the next things he would say. That is why, even though I''m not a big Twilight fan, I love Midnight Sun. It''s all through Edward''s point of view. It must have been hard creating a storyline, but having to review back to Twilight to make sure the sentences, the feelings, the thoughts all matched up. If you were a casual fan, who enjoyed Edward or a Twihard fan YOU will enjoy this book. It also helps to understand why Robert Pattinson played Edward the way he did...(mind you still not good acting. CEDRIC DIGGORY FOR THE WIN)
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Yes! Worth the wait, worth each page ...
Reviewed in Germany on August 15, 2020
Midnight Sun – worth the wait, worth every page. I’m utterly thankful for the hours of reading this one, leading straight to a reread of the series, and the many hours of recognize the familiar characters. Some funny scenes, like when Edward plots out, how to kill Bella...See more
Midnight Sun – worth the wait, worth every page. I’m utterly thankful for the hours of reading this one, leading straight to a reread of the series, and the many hours of recognize the familiar characters. Some funny scenes, like when Edward plots out, how to kill Bella with some “collateral damage”, or Emmet playing with food – and yes, surely Edward is kind of suffering, darkish and confused. Very. Often. Definitely confused, hard time figure out, how to deal or not with a situation he had never imagined in his wildest dreams ( if he ever dreamt) While Bella seems to be almost very naïve, in her attitude or reactions. Which doesn’t make it more easy for Edward. Or some others, like his family. Or her friends. A wonderful, insightful add to the well known series. All in all: I LOVED IT. Some critics mentioned the “depressed” state of Edward, the kind of “stalking” attitude. Please, lets not forget: according to the books, Edward is a gent from the earthly 19th century. And for the first time of his existence as a vampire he is confronted with a) a person who’s mind he can’t read, b) a human, who’s scent is almost unbearable, irresistible to him and c) a girl who seems to be highly interested in him, which a-c gives him tons of thoughts, con’s and pro’s and turns his world upside down. Let’s not forget that this book is about the first of four, just from HIS view. So, what’s the use in expect some different story than book one? Also we should consider the fact, that this was originally just a try to bring “Edward” nearer to the actor who should be Edward in a movie, to get deeper in touch with the figure, some behind the scenes and then leaked … (according to some newspapers years ago) And last but not least, lets assume, when book one was written, or two, the last where just a thought, and the way Edward would grow into a more “mature” vampire was maybe not more than some idea, some twists, some possibilities. Like Alice seeing things to be, maybe or not. A sight of a future, which could also been have different.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 17, 2021
It didn’t come with an outer cover but that could of been an error on my part for not noticing in the description
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I''ve waited too long
Reviewed in Canada on August 5, 2020
I looooved it!
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