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뉴욕타임즈 베스트셀러 1위를 31주간 차지한
아마존, 뉴욕타임즈 No. 1 베스트셀러 『뉴 문』!
뉴욕타임즈 베스트셀러 리스트에 130주간이나 올라 있었던 베스트셀러 『트와일라잇』. 뱀파이와의 금지된 사랑을 그린 이 소설은 나의 뱀파이어 연인 〈트와일라잇〉 시리즈의 두 번째 책으로, 전 세계 33개국에 번역 출간되었다. 〈트와일라잇〉 시리즈의 첫 번째 책인 『트와일라잇』은 130주간이나 뉴욕타임즈 베스트셀러 리스트에 올랐으며, 이 시리즈의 세 번째 책 『이클립스』의 초판 발행 부수는 무려 1,000,000부였다.
1부 『트와일라잇』에서 서로 사랑을 확인한 벨라와 에드워드는, 벨라를 죽이려는 악한 뱀파이어의 위협을 겪으며 더 깊은 사랑을 키워간다. 벨라의 열 여덟살 생일 파티에서 한순간의 실수로 벨라는 생명의 위협을 느끼고 에드워드는 벨라가 자신 때문에 위험에 처했다는 것 때문에 괴로워하며 벨라에게 이별을 고한다. 이별 후 좀비 같은 상태로 아무 의욕 없이 살아가던 벨라는 제이콥과 어울리게 되지만 제이콥은 갑자기 벨라를 멀리하고, 상처입고 버림받은 기분의 벨라는 에드워드를 가까이 느끼기 위해 자신을 위험으로 내몬다.
『트와일라잇』은 현재 영화로 제작 중이며 2008년 12월 전세계 동시 개봉할 예정이다. 지난 7월 17일 『트와일라잇』 2차 티저 예고편이 세계 최초로 야후 닷컴에서 공개되었는데, 이 영상은 최초 공개 3일 만에 32만 클릭이라는 기록을 세우며 압도적 1위를 차지했을 뿐만 아니라 2위에는 지난 5월 9일 공개된 『트와일라잇』 1차 예고편(12만 클릭)이 오르는 등 가히 신드롬이라 할 만한 반응을 얻고 있다.
Legions of readers entranced by Twilight are hungry for more and they won't be disappointed. In New Moon, Stephenie Meyer delivers another irresistible combination of romance and suspense with a supernatural twist. The "star-crossed" lovers theme continues as Bella and Edward find themselves facing new obstacles, including a devastating separation, the mysterious appearance of dangerous wolves roaming the forest in Forks, a terrifying threat of revenge from a female vampire and a deliciously sinister encounter with Italy's reigning royal family of vampires, the Volturi. Passionate, riveting, and full of surprising twists and turns, this vampire love saga is well on its way to literary immortality.
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I was ninety-nine point nine percent sure I was dreaming.
The reasons I was so certain were that, first, I was standing in a bright shaft of sunlight-the kind of blinding clear sun that never shone on my drizzly new hometown in Forks, Washington-and second, I was looking at my Grandma Marie. Gran had been dead for six years now, so that was solid evidence toward the dream theory.
Gran hadn't changed much; her face looked just the same as I remembered it. The skin was soft and withered, bent into a thousand tiny creases that clung gently to the bone underneath. Like a dried apricot, but with a puff of thick white hair standing out in a cloud around it.
Our mouths-hers a wizened pucker-spread into the same surprised half-smile at just the same time. Apparently, she hadn't been expecting to see me, either.
I was about to ask her a question; I had so many-What was she doing here in my dream? What had she been up to in the past six years? Was Pop okay, and had they found each other, wherever they were?-but she opened her mouth when I did, so I stopped to let her go first. She paused, too, and then we both smiled at the little awkwardness.
It wasn't Gran who called my name, and we both turned to see the addition to our small reunion. Ididn't have to look to know who it was; this was a voice I would know anywhere-know, and respond to, whether I was awake or asleep ... or even dead, I'd bet. The voice I'd walk through fire for-or, less dramatically, slosh every day through the cold and endless rain for.
Even though I was always thrilled to see him-conscious or otherwise-and even though I was almost positive that I was dreaming, I panicked as Edward walked toward us through the glaring sunlight.
I panicked because Gran didn't know that I was in love with a vampire-nobody knew that-so how was I supposed to explain the fact that the brilliant sunbeams were shattering off his skin into a thousand rainbow shards like he was made of crystal or diamond?
Well, Gran, you might have noticed that my boyfriend glitters. It's just something he does in the sun. Don't worry about it ...
What was he doing? The whole reason he lived in Forks, the rainiest place in the world, was so that he could be outside in the daytime without exposing his family's secret. Yet here he was, strolling gracefully toward me-with the most beautiful smile on his angel's face-as if I were the only one here.
In that second, I wished that I was not the one exception to his mysterious talent; I usually felt grateful that I was the only person whose thoughts he couldn't hear just as clearly as if they were spoken aloud. But now I wished he could hear me, too, so that he could hear the warning I was screaming in my head.
I shot a panicked glance back at Gran, and saw that it was too late. She was just turning to stare back at me, her eyes as alarmed as mine.
Edward-still smiling so beautifully that my heart felt like it was going to swell up and burst through my chest-put his arm around my shoulder and turned to face my grandmother.
Gran's expression surprised me. Instead of looking horrified, she was staring at me sheepishly, as if waiting for a scolding. And she was standing in such a strange position-one arm held awkwardly away from her body, stretched out and then curled around the air. Like she had her arm around someone I couldn't see, someone invisible ...
Only then, as I looked at the bigger picture, did I notice the huge gilt frame that enclosed my grandmother's form. Uncomprehending, I raised the hand that wasn't wrapped around Edward......