Twilight competition draws fans out of the dark and into the libraries

PUBLISHED: 13:10 15 January 2009 | UPDATED: 12:12 17 June 2010

TEENAGE fans of the Twilight saga books will welcome a new competition being launched throughout Devon libraries. The Twilight saga has been the international teenage publishing phenomenon of the last few years more details. Comprising four titles - Twi

TEENAGE fans of the Twilight saga books will welcome a new competition being launched throughout Devon libraries.

The Twilight saga has been the international teenage publishing phenomenon of the last few years more details.

Comprising four titles - Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn - the books follow the story of seventeen-year-old Isabella Swan who moves to Forks, Washington to live with her father. She expects that her new life will be as dull as the town itself. But then she meets the mysterious Cullen family, whose hostility marks a big secret - that they are vampires.

The film of the book was released in the UK on 19th December 2008 and publishers Little Brown have given the novel Twilight and the movie companion book to Devon libraries to give away in the competition.

All entrants have to do is answer a simple question on an entry form which is available from all Devon libraries - What is the name of the town Isabella Swan moves to when she goes to live with her father?

The closing date for entries is Friday 31 January, and the draw will take place two weeks later.

For further information please go to www.devon.gov.uk/libraries

The competition can also be entered www.devon.gov.uk/lib-twilight-entryform.htm


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