And speaking of inexplicably popular schlock, Stephenie Meyer is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Twilight by releasing a 442-page "reimagining" of the novel called Life and Death. The book swaps the genders of the main characters (Bella now a boy named Beau; Edward Cullen is now Edythe), and Meyer says that she wrote it to underscore her position that the original novel wasn't sexist. The book is getting some hilariously bad reviews on Amazon, but it's already a best-seller, and Meyer can once again laugh all the way to the bank.
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