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Stephen King Pergunta

Do you think SK was right when he bashed Stephenie Meyer, or were you against it? Either way, would you like to cadastrar-se this spot:

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Or if you think this is a bad spot, just tell me how to eliminar it because I'm already skeptical about making it...
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There's no sense to versus them with each other. They're composição literária style is utterly different, genre is utterly different (as no, SMeyer's books can not seriously be called horror in its common means), King is far superior to Meyer in every aspect of literature and that's a fact of selling numbers and critics and likely in fã base numbers too, and not just a matter of opinion on whose composição literária entertains you personally. Deeply psychological, well-developed characters and creative, sometimes brilliant plots with vivid, coloutful and quality composição literária VS. sparkling teen 'vampires' in high school, cliche plots, abused prose, focusing on how hot and beautiful the main character is and mary-sue characters? Seriously! No sense in versusing an award winning, professional author to some woman who just got lucky, while composição literária like a teenage girl lacking also imagination. So yes, King was definately right and he has nothing to be jealous of.
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Stephen King Respostas

Loky said:
I amor King's composição literária since as 11yo I've read 'It' and it scared the hell out of me. What he said about Meyer just confirmed he's my Master. After leitura some interview with that Pattinson guy it susprised me that he had the same opinion as me about the book - it's fat mormon mamma (that's only my part;P) composição literária down her erotic fantasies and it's mostly just embarrassing to read. Beside that the language is poor (about 15 verbs and 10 adjectives over and over again), characters MarySue-ish (did she hear about character development?!) and the message simply dangerous for children's minds.
I really don't want to offend anybody por saying this but in my opinion Twilight is a book for bored miserable housewives and hormon-overwhelmed teenage girls. And Edward? Could he be mais of an abusive boyfriend? Srsl he makes me sick.
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posted over a year ago 
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From someone who reads both, your right now, not that I dislike either but SK is alot better. Twilight is also a book for Navy Engineering Girls who don't have the time to think about what they are leitura <me. lol
ChiffaniChan posted over a year ago
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I meant on not now.
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renrae said:
I think he was right. Stephenie Meyer's quality of composição literária is, dare I say it, low. Most of the grammar is improper, and the characters are underdeveloped or too perfect. But I won't cadastrar-se the spot because I don't want anything to do with SMeyer. I would eliminar it because there would probably be a very uneven fã number* but it's your decision.




*I know some people who got a little bit out of hand when the Stephen King thing happened, and most people would just say "Stephen King is a bad writer and he isn't popular, he took too long to write books, his books are stupid because there is no Edward, etc.,
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posted over a year ago 
AgentCoop said:
As someone who loves SK and thinks Twilight is fairly ridiculous, I think he was just speaking the truth. He can write circles around her.
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drwyle said:
in my opinion, he was just saying what everyone else was thinking....(everyone that's not a screaming teenage girl that is...)
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tuttleAC said:
He hit it out of the park with me when he mention another kids book series, Harry Potter, and says the difference between J.K. and Stephanie is that J.K actually has talent.

Regardless of what you think of the story and characters you have to admit that Twilights writting is very simplistic.
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posted over a year ago 
breebree446 said:
I think if that's how SK feels then he should be able to express it. The only people who are probably bashing him are those overly crazed twilight fã girls. It's a book people, not the world.
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posted over a year ago 
Nicoleandjames said:
of course he was right it needed to be said everybody else was to scared to say it but stephen was Valente enough to say it and i'm sure all those people who have to cover twilight are biting there tongues because they have to talk about that stupid shit
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A million people said the same thing before him, and no one was scared to say it.
ChiffaniChan posted over a year ago
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