Stephenie Meyer Book List

Works by the Twilight Saga Author

Stephanie Meyer had an English degree but no writing experience of any kind when she penned her first blockbuster novel "Twilight." The four-book series of novels about a vampire family living in the small town of Forks, Washington, sold more than 100 million copies. Although most of her books to date have been part of the Twilight series, she has expanded into other areas with her new novels. Here is a list of her books—not including ​graphic novels—organized by year.

Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

"Twilight" is the first book in Meyer's teen vampire series about Bella Swann, a regular girl, who falls in love with Edward Cullen, a vampire. This tale of Bella and Edward's burgeoning relationship is brimming with teenage drama and the unexpected. It is both romantic and suspenseful. More »

"New Moon" is the second book in the Twilight series. In this book, Edward leaves town, and a heartbroken Bella turns to Jacob, her best friend, who is in love with her. "New Moon" has a dark, brooding feel to it that mirrors Bella's mood. The book does a good job of portraying the melodrama of teen emotions.

"Eclipse" continues the story Meyer started in "Twilight" and continued in "New Moon." This book contains more tension between Edward and Jacob and their respective families. As the target of a vengeful vampire, Bella is surrounded by danger. She is forced to choose between her friendship for Jacob and her love for Edward, knowing that any choice could ignite a war between vampires and werewolves.

'The Host' by Stephenie Meyer
'The Host'. Little, Brown

"The Host" is a science fiction story involving an alien named Wanderer who takes over the human body of Melanie, a member of the resistance against the alien invasion. Melanie refuses to relinquish control of her mind to Wanderer, leading the alien to learn about friendship and familial and romantic love. More »

"Breaking Dawn" is the fourth and final book from Bella's perspective in the Twilight series. In it, Bella is pulled in one direction by her fondness for werewolf Jacob Black and in another by her passion for Edward Cullen, which would require her to join the world of the immortals. She stands at a turning point—either join the immortals or live a fully human life.

"The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner" is a novella that provides another view of the Twilight Saga. Bree Tanner is a new vampire who goes to battle with Edward's family at the end of "Eclipse." This story is told from Bella's perspective in "Eclipse." In "The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner," we hear Bree's side.

Meyer wrote "The Twilight Saga: The Official Illustrated Guide" as a companion to the Twilight books to provide inside information about characters and events. Meyer answers questions that were left open in the novels, and fans can enjoy illustrations and photographs that complement the stories.

 

In "The Chemist," a brilliant chemist named Alex, who used to work for the U.S. government, is on the run and living a paranoid existence. She is given the opportunity by her former handler to take one more case to clear her name and come in from the cold. This fierce woman must use her specialized skill set and apply her talents to complete the task and save her life.

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