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I don't want to sum this book up. There's no point, I'll confuse myself. This book was an extremely confusing novel. No, just kidding. I just wondered what the hell was going on half of the time. But, that was the point of the novel. If it's even considered a novel. It's 154 pages. . . . of pure awesomeness. Okay, I exaggerated. This book was slightly irritating. It was very funny, don't get me wrong. I enjoyed reading it. It made me laugh out loud a lot and boy, did I love the Bella that was portrayed. Or should I say, Belle. Some things that threw me off was that there were a lot of errors in the printing. I'm not so sure if it was just that, I, personally, have no idea what grammar or spelling is, (I'm a junior in high school. God only knows that we spell everything in the book [I meant this hypothetically, not as a pun or. . . . whatever] wrong.) or if everything in this novel wasn't proof read. Who knows. I could just be stupid. But when the word "thought" should of been spelled in the sentence, the "T" was left out. This happened. A lot. I also learned a new word! Crap, if I could only remember. Ah, I had no idea that the word, integrals, existed. Belle Goose said something about "half integrals". Twice. I thought it was INTERVALS. Again, I think I'm just stupid. So, my overall thought about this book (with no sugar added) was: It was funny, enjoyable. It felt like they got a little off the original plot line of Twilight (I mean, you gotta stay on the plot line to make fun of it) because towards the end I was a tad bit confused. But everything was pretty darn hilarious and random. It was interesting to see how The Harvard Lampoon would execute this but they did and although it was lacking something that I can't quite put my finger on, it was good! For more of my reviews, check out, Sugar Coated Book Reviews