My experience with Twilight: I remember being in the bookstore and constantly seeing this particular book everywhere. It had the most elegant cover of two hands holding out an apple. I would be standing at one section, and I would hear people talking about it at some stand and how great it was. Eventually I came to the decision that I must figure out what this is. So I picked up a copy one day, entranced by the wonderful front cover which was quite sublte. As opposed to a huge logo of the book's title, there was just a subtle "twilight" as well as the authors name. I was quite impressed and wondered eagerly what this book was about. Once I opened the pages, I could not believe what dribble I found! Urgghh! Wtf is this? "I wasn't interesting. And he was. Interesting...and brilliant...and mysterious...and perfect...and beautiful...and possibly able to lift full-sized vans with one hand." and this? " 'It would be more...prudent for you not to be my friend,' he explained. 'But I'm tired of trying to stay away from you, Bella.' "
How about putting the name of whoever designed the title cover on the front instead of Stephine Meyers and giving her all of that money, because the front cover is really the only thing of any value.