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Some people (in fact more than I think possible) seem to want to make it some sort of competition. I don't get this personally. I've read both the series (save breaking dawn b/c it hasnt come out yet) and I think that they are both amazing, incredible, the best. But I don't feel there needs to be a competition! ITs silly! You can love both series! You can love Harry and Edward! Nowhere is it written that "thou must love harry and only harry" or "thou cannot love harry b/c thou loveth edward!"
Am I the only one who feels this way?
And I appologize for the rant, I've been holding it in for weeks
The only thing I think they have in common is the guy who plays Cedric Diggory in the HP movies plays Edward Cullen!
Two fine series that inspire something from all of us should be honored, not judged.
It's a fantasy book that is meant to be for the younger set but is written well enough that everyone enjoys them.
P. J. O'Rourke
Couldn't compare them though, they are totally different stories that don't share any resemblance. Vamps with love to a magical orphan, no competition can even take place with the differences at hand.
I found all the twilight books very predictable, except the last in some places, and I was always surprised in HP!