Menu

Stephen Messham profile

Place of birth:
Now living:

3 favourite authors

3 favourite books

3 favourite films

Stephen Messham's 5 reviews

Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer (Twilight Saga)

After my damning review of Eclipse, I’m sure you must have guessed that I didn’t hold out much hope for the finale of the Twilight saga, Breaking Dawn. Eclipse would have been a decent book as a standalone, but in the context of being the third book in a good series it should have offered a lot more. Thankfully, Breaking Dawn is of t...

7.5/10

Read our full review

Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer (Twilight Saga)

Bella Swann’s days are numbered. The Volturi have made a threat which the Cullen’s will have to follow through or face their annihilation. There is also the not so insignificant matter of the vampire Victoria wanting to avenge her mate’s death by torturing Bella to death. Not to mention the fact that by changing Bella into one ...

5.0/10

Read our full review

The Host by Stephenie Meyer

Though I will confess to a morbid curiosity about the Twilight books, none of the opinions I’ve heard from those who’ve read the series (including my lady), have quite persuaded me to brave the world of sparkly vampires and romantic clichés in order to form my own. So I was a little surprised when Mrs. Dark read The Host and n...

7.4/10

Read our full review

New Moon by Stephenie Meyer (Twilight Saga)

After the grand finale of Twilight, I’m sure most readers were pretty interested in finding out what the sequel, New Moon, had to offer. Would Bella Swann really want to become a vampire in order to spend the rest of her days with her only love, Edward Cullen? Would Edward allow it to happen? Would Victoria, the mate of the tracker vampire...

8.0/10

Read our full review

Twilight by Stephenie Meyer (Twilight Saga)

After seeing and enjoying the movie Twilight, I had to get the book.  If I was less of a glutton for punishment I probably would have heeded the warning signs. Every teenage girl I knew of swooning over the book and the Romeo of the story, Edward Cullen. I even had a 24 year old friend update her status with something along the lin...

7.5/10

Read our full review