'Twilight Reimagined' : A Twist After 10 Years Of Bella And Edward

Ten years prior, Stephenie Meyer put a turn overall kid meets-young lady thing.

Twilight author Stephenie Meyer attends a screening of Sony Pictures Classics' Austenland in New York on Aug. 12, 2013.

In her young grown-up novel Twilight, young lady meets vampire and, later, werewolf. The otherworldly sentiment in the middle of Bella and Edward started an adventure that incorporates four top of the line books deciphered into more than 50 dialects and five blockbuster films.

The tenth commemoration re-arrival of Twilight accompanies another turn: In Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined, Meyer recounts to her excellent story from a male perspective. There is no Bella, however there is Beau. Furthermore, Edward, the vampire? She's Edythe.

NPR's Kelly McEvers talked with Meyer, who says she trusts this new, sex changing novel satisfies the stalwart fans who were eager for the story to be told from Edward's perspective.

"In the event that it doesn't have Edward, individuals aren't as intrigued," Meyer giggles. "So we'll check whether anybody needs to peruse Life and Death — in light of the fact that I will let you know, my mom articles to the way that Edward is not in this novel. She couldn't get into it on the grounds that there was no Edward
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