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Monday, May 4, 2020

‘Midnight Sun’: New ‘Twilight’ Book Releasing This Summer Tells the Story from Edward’s Perspective

The sparkling vampires will return in the brand new Twilight saga novel Midnight Sun, penned by Stephenie Meyer, announced today, and set for release this coming summer.

Releasing on August 4th, 2020, Midnight Sun is being described as a “companion novel” to the main Twilight books, and the tale is told from Edward Cullen’s perspective.

Good Morning America describes, “Meyer’s long-anticipated novel in the Twilight Series retells the iconic love story between Edward Cullen and Bella Swan from Edward’s point-of-view.”

“When the iconic love story began more than a decade ago, the series had been told only through Bella’s eyes. Now, readers are able to learn about Edward’s past and his experiences as a vampire.”

You can check out the new book’s cover art below.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/books/3615223/midnight-sun-new-twilight-book-releasing-summer-tells-story-edwards-perspective/

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