Bedazzled: Stephenie Meyer and the Twilight Phenomenon by George Beahm
  

Bedazzled: Stephenie Meyer and the Twilight Phenomenon

Written by George Beahm

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This is the book that all Twilight fans will want to bite into! From the real world of Stephenie Meyer, to the unreal world of Twilight and the 150 reasons why we love Edward Cullen, this is unputdownable but also great to dip into when you have a spare five minutes. Anything you didn’t know about the phenomena that is Twilight and Stephenie Meyer you will know once you’ve read this book. It really is a wonderful celebration of the Twilight phenomenon, to be read preferably at the onset of twilight, the coming of the new moon, or the breaking dawn.

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Bedazzled: Stephenie Meyer and the Twilight Phenomenon by George Beahm

The only book of its kind, Bedazzled is a companion-style book, illustrated with 50 photographs, that provides the Twilight fan with a wealth of information about Stephenie Meyer and the phenomenon Twilight spawned: 70 million copies worldwide, a blockbuster movie with a second one due out in November, and countless tie-in merchandising from clothes to calendars.

About the Author

George Beahm

George Beahm has published over thirty books, including numerous companion-style books on notable figures including Michael Jordan, Stephen King, Patricia Cornwell, J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Philip Pullman, J.K. Rowling, and Stephenie Meyer.

He currently lives in Williamsburg, Virginia with his wife Mary, who teaches ESL.

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Paperback

Author

George Beahm
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Author's Website

www.georgebeahm.com

Publisher

JR Books Ltd

Publication date

25th November 2009

ISBN

9781906779962

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