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Twilight World,brought to an end.

Girl's dad burns her Twilight books, setting off a chain reaction of eventsa no one can explain. The Twilight world and the real world will merge together, but what will it do to everyone?


2. Questions

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“So wait, every thought Bella had while I…. Dated her, including when I left were written down and published?” Edward asked through my closet door while I got dressed.


“How did this women hear Bella’s mind if I can’t?”

“No, no, no. Stephanie Meyer… more or less created your life, world, alternate universe, whatever you want to call it.”

“So then she’s God.”

“No.” I sighed and opened the door to let him out. “She’s just an author, a really good author.”

“That can create people.” He added, sitting on my bed. I rolled my eyes and looked in my body length mirror hanging on the door.

“You said something about being here last night?”

“Yeah, it was so weird. I was running with Bella and then I was running into a wall. You woke up and turned on a light, but it was like you just couldn’t see me. I asked you a question and you ignored me and turned off the light.”

“Sorry, I actually didn’t see or hear you. I did see you for a second though, it was when I turned on the light.”

“So tell me more about these… books.” Edward pulled his knees up to his chest and looked around my room as I did my hair.

“There are four of them. They are all in Bella’s point of view except for a few chapters in Jacob’s. There was going to be five books but someone sent out a copy and it got on the internet so Stephanie didn’t want to finish it.”

“who’s point of view?”

“Yours, the part she wrote was about when you first met Bella.”

“Really? Hey, do you still have any of them?” I stopped brushing my hair.

“No, my dad burned them. Yesterday.”


“Why does anyone do anything Edward? Because they can.”

“Too bad, I would have liked to read them.” I remembered the cover I had taken off of Twilight. Moving over to my desk I opened the drawer and pulled it out. I handed it to him.

“Some of it should be on the about the book flab.” He looked at the picture of the apple and hands for a second.


“Fits you, fits her.” I shrugged and dug a pair of shoes out of one of my piles of stuff.

“You know, you should really clean your room more often.”

“Have you met my mom? She’d love you.” I said and I looked for socks.

“Uh, Kailyn… there’s nothing here.”

“What do you mean there’s nothing there? It’s right-,” I plucked it out of his hands and pointed at a black spot. “It’s not here… how can that be?”

“Maybe it never was there.”

“No… it was. I remember every word! It said something about Bella never knowing how she would die until she met you and thought it was perfect. Then it talked about Bella first moving to Forks and meeting a dude with a dark secret.”

“Bella thought me killing her would be the perfect death?”

“No, no , no. It your place, to die in your place.”

“So I’m dieing in the book?”

“Noooooooo, James almost kills Bella because she thought going alone would save you from dieing.”

“Yeah, that would be Bella.” I stuffed the cover back in my drawer

“Now, what are you going to do while I’m gone?” I asked, I was almost afraid that he would say he would leave. After all, it was Edward Cullen and he was in my room. If I thought I could I would have chained him to the bed and gotten rid of the key.

“I can hear your thoughts you know.”

“Well I would, I’m sorry but you got to see you my way.”

“You’re like Bella and Withering Heights.”

“Yeah, but the people in her book didn’t come to life in her room and see her naked.” I said, he moaned and ran his fingers through his hair.

“I’m really sorry about that.”

“Whatever, if anything I should be able to see you now.”

“No.” He growled, I giggled slightly and grabbed my bag.

“Worth a shot, anyway. So, what are you gonna do?”

“I can’t go anywhere until tonight. There’s too much sun, I’m bound to be noticed walking around outside. I guess I’ll just have to wait here.” He shrugged, I nodded.

“You have to hide if someone comes into my room though.”


“You don’t mind being stuck in my room all day?”

“Go to school, Kailyn.”

“Alright, hey, if something’s wrong. My school is just down the street, come find me.”

“Alright, now go to school.”