Twilight: A Vampire's ViewTwilight: A Vampire's View by Durnesque
This is a commentary on Twilight from a real vampire's point of view. This unnamed vampire narrates what Stephanie Meyer has done to all those fangirls- the result is not pretty
She has made it far too easy for us. All these sweet, so sweet and young, innocent things begging for a bite. They dont know what they ask for. Of course, we were always made to be seductive: dark and beautiful, easy to desire. But we were also made to be feared, to frighten under our beautiful veneer. But she has written down this wall. Erased the fear. The nagging sensation of wrongness is gone, you no longer feel that desperation to flee. And when the prey no longer runs, it is no longer a hunt, and all the killers grow fat, fat on all you sweetlings, begging to be bit.
Crowding the slaughter line. It removes almost all our pleasure, for we thrill in the chase, but there is yet the pain of the kill itself, made deeper and greater by that final realization. All these little girls deluded. Think