Stephenie Meyer has two more Twilight books planned after Midnight Sun - Hollywood News


The novel that tells Twilight from the point of view of Edward Cullen arrives at the Spanish bookstores on September 17 and, according to the latest statements of the creator of the story Stephenie Meyer, this will not be the only book to add to the list of the literary saga. 

During an interview with USA Today, Meyer has advanced that he has two more thought novels within his vampire universe. However, it recognizes that it is not yet ready to write them. 

There are two more books I think about in this world that I want to write. I've summarized them and written a chapter of the first, so I know they're there. I'm not ready to do that right now. I want to do something different

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In addition to Twilight and its sequels, Meyer also wrote Life and Death, a book that tells the story of the beginning of the romance between Bella and Edward but switching gender to the protagonists. In this way, the saga is formed - to date - by Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Dawn, and the two mentioned above. The main story was brought to the big screen - dividing the last book into two installments titled Dawn - Part 1 and Dawn - Part 2 - with Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart bringing the protagonists to life. What other two books of Twilight could be in Meyer's plans? Maybe a story about the Vulture? A novel centered on werewolves?

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Outside the world of vampires, Meyer wrote The Host in 2008. This story was also adapted into a film in the 2013 film starring Saoirse Ronan. In 2016 he published the 'thriller' The Chemistry. In 2018 it was announced that the writer's production company, Fickle Fish, was working on her television adaptation. 
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