Edwardi 10 parimat tsitaati “Noorkuus”, “Koidukumas” ning “Keskööpäikses”

29 07 2009

Edward Cullen
Seekord siis Edwardi parimad tsitaadid!

* Tsitaadid “Noorkuus”;

10. Bella, if you compare the level of commitment between a marital union as opposed to bartering your soul in exchange for an eternity as a vampire … (Page 541)

9. Now I wish I’d spent money on your present. I didn’t realize that you were capable of being reasonable. (Page 48)

8. You humans have it so easy! All you have to do is throw down one tiny vial of plant extracts … (Page 18)

7. It’s fine, Alice. They can’t all be 911 Turbos. (Page 493)

6. Because she’d rather you became one of the eternal damned than get married. (Page 541)5. I can see where you might confuse me with a nightmare. But I can’t imagine what you could have done to wind up in hell. Did you commit many murders while I was away? (Page 502)

4. You’re wounding my ego, Bella. I just proposed to you, and you think it’s a joke. (Page 540)

3. You should probably know that I’m breaking the rules right now. Well, not technically, since he said I was never to walk through his door again, and I came in the window … But, still, the intent was clear. (Page 503)

2. Well, I’m nearly a hundred and ten. It’s time I settled down. (Page 540)

1. Would it be childish of me to hide in your closet, then? (Page 542)

* “Päikesevarjutuses”;

10. “Well… don’t be offended, but you smell like a dog.” (Page 144)

9. “How can someone so tiny by so annoying?” (Page 268)

8. “I’m the only one who has permission to hold you hostage, remember?” (Page 427)

7. “You know, Jacob, if it weren’t for the fact that we’re natural enemies and that you’re also trying to steal away the reason for my existence, I might actually like you.” (Page 503)

6. “Jasper shows up, covered in battle scars, towing this little freak who greets them all by name, knows everything about them, and wants to know which room she can move into.” (Page 302)

5. “Bella. Would you please stop trying to take your clothes off?” (Page 450)

4. “I was all braced for the wrath that was going to put grizzlies to shame, and this is what I get? I should infuriate you more often.” (Page 186)

3. “But if you ever bring her back damaged again — and I don’t care whose fault it is; I don’t care if she merely trips, or if a meteor falls out of the sky and hits her in the head — if you return her to me in less than the perfect condition that I left her in, you will be running with three legs. Do you understand that, mongrel?” (Page 340)

2. “I wasn’t about to send you off alone. With your luck, not even the black box would survive.” (Page 88)

1. “I don’t see you making yourself useful. Why don’t you go fetch a space heater or something?” (Page 489)

* “Koidukumas”;

10. “I’m sure you’re dying to see the closet. Or, at least I’ll tell Alice that you were, to make her feel good.” (Page 480)

9. “As far as Charlie knows, you’re the most repulsive monster of us all.” (Page 504)

8. Did you want to stay in the country? Or were you planning to continue on to Canada this afternoon? (Page 414)

7. “Why don’t you just tell me who wins?” (Page 472)

6. “It goes against the grain, letting you wrestle with lions. I was having an anxiety attack the whole time.” (Page 423)

5. “You’re awfully small to be so hugely irritating.” (Page 71)

4. “Stop fidgeting, Bella. Please try to remember you’re not confessing to a murder here.” (Page 13)

3. “So you seduced your all-too-willing husband. That’s not a capital offence.” (Page 110)

2. “Oh, for the love of all that’s holy!” (Page 28)

1. “I bit a pillow. Or two.” (Page 89)

* Ning “Keskööpäikses”;

10. “It was like she thought she was dangerous in her decrepit truck.” (Page 50)

9. “Rather unimaginative, actually. Just the barest hint of scandal. Not an ounce of horror. I’m a little disappointed.” (Page 5)

8. “You do realize that you sound like a bogus gypsy at a carnival now, right?” (Page 55)

7. “Bite me.” (Page 77)

6. “Feel the burn.” (Page 118)

5. “Stop it, Mom, you’re making me blush.” (Page 146)

4. “She got into a faded red Chevy truck, a rusted behemoth that was older than her father.” (Page 49)

3. “Hasn’t anyone ever told you not to play with your food?” (Page 148)

2. ” ‘Let’s you and I not push poor Mike any further this week. We don’t want him to snap.’ I thought about snapping poor Mike myself and enjoyed the mental picture intensely.” (Page 133)

1. “All the same, I frequently amused myself by imagining backhanding him across the room and into the far wall… It probably wouldn’t injure him fatally…” (Page 93)



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2 08 2009

See on nagu esimene raamat, aga Edwardi pilgu läbi. Samamoodi nagu Bella räägib enamus raamatud mina-vormis, siis nüüd teeb seda Edward. Aga kuna see lekkis poolenesti internetti, siis Meyer jättis selle pooleli. Fännid üritavad allkirjade kogumisega Meyerit jätkama panna.

30 07 2009

Ja kas viies osa on siis inglise keeles väljas juba ?

30 07 2009

see ei ole raamatuna väljas, kuid 12 esimest, edit’imata peatükki saab netist lugeda. 🙂

30 07 2009

Viies osa

30 07 2009

Ma ei saa aru, mis osa on Keskööpäike?

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