I’ve read all of Meyers books and love them. Her ability to create these worlds is brilliant, and her ability to take you back to the feeling of a teenager is creative writing at its best.
If you communicate with your children and educate them to realize that those books are are fiction, that nothing in them is true other than the day changes to night, and they are strictly for entertainment and reading practice, there’s no harm at all in the books.
A family of demon’s attempt to find redemtion is certainly a different concept, but not in reality. Children have to be taught the difference.
Just like they have to be taught the difference in Obama’s commie Utopia and mainstreet USA.
I agree with your post. The Twilight books are in the middle school libraries in our school district. Kids are waiting in line to check them out. They find the stories well written and suspenseful.