Twilight, The Graphic Novel, Lite, Volume 1

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  • Last update: 8 years ago
  • Version: 20.2
  • Size: 28.2 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Hachette Book Group, Inc.
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Twilight, The Graphic Novel, Lite, Volume 1 Review

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Twilight, The Graphic Novel, Lite, Volume 1 Review

Stephenie Meyer’s bestseller Twilight is being adapted as a graphic novel! Beautifully rendered, this free official lite version of the first installment of Twilight: The Graphic Novel will show you the first several pages.


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  • T
    I realize this isn't the full version "app" book, but the "lite" version. None-the-less, I bought the hardback book when it was first released, and I didn't pay anything near $19.99 for it. I paid $12.99, and it wasn't on sale anything. The comic book store had it priced at $12.99. I think the suggested retail price was $19.99, but I have to say... It's not worth $19.99. Even the digitized version for your iPad/iPhone is worth $19.99! To start off with, it's not the whole book, but just part 1 of a planned series of 3 or 4 books in all to represent the first book Twilight. If the publisher is expecting all the fans out there to fork over $20 every time they finally release a part of the series for a single book in whatever medium (or multiple mediums as many of us do tend to do), then I'm afraid they are going to be in for a massive let down and disappointment. To price a multi book series for a single novel more than the original novel, is asking too much. In reviewing the art and etc., the art is actually pretty good... though very bland as it is entirely in black & white. It would have been significantly better had it been presented in full color rather than just b&w. The story-line follows the novel fairly well, but it is an adaptation, just like the movie. Fans of the Twilight series will certainly enjoy reading the graphic novel version, especially younger kids, but adults will get equal enjoyment out of it. Just be fore warned that it's all in b&w and it isn't verbatim to the novel. It's difficult enough condensing a well done graphic novel of a full popular novel down to size without it being too heavy or cost prohibitive to publish, but come on... Even the other publishing houses are asking less for their digitized versions of their published hard copy comics and graphic novels. Asking $20 for a printed version is one thing, but another digitized...
  • S
    Update: Now that there's a full version available to go along with this lite version, my only quibble is rescinded. Great job, Hachette! Original review: The graphic novel itself is well done; I really like the character designs. The e-comic interface is actually quite nice, which I didn't expect. Rotation is cool, where you get a seamless 2-page spread in landscape orientation, and single pages in portrait. Very pretty. And then I get to the last page and instead of a link to the App Store it's like, "Did you enjoy it? Then travel back in time to the 20th century and buy it in a bookstore somewhere!" Wait, what? You're not going to sell me the full thing as an app? I have to go buy some paper book where the inner edges of the 2-page spreads get all buried in the binding? Having seen this much of it on the iPad's beautiful screen, I want the rest of it there too. So close! Hachette almost got it right! Just sell me an app of the full thing, and we'll be all set.
  • D
    The graphic illustration is fantastic and I'm an uber twilight fan but the reason for the two stars is because it keeps freezing on me and kicks me out if the app! I can't enjoy reading the novel the whole way through without having to reboot my iPad at least 5x! It's just ridiculous for the price I paid. I went to app support and sent in my complaint but heard nothing back from the developers. PLEASE do an update or something!! It's such a shame, this could have been an amazing app. I still look forward to the other volumes but I won't purchase until improvements are made :(

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