Twilight Ruined Me

The image of the two hands holding an apple was everywhere. Peeking out of our book bags, tempting us when we entered bookstores, adorning our social media. At first glance, one might wonder if it was the story of Eve, whose bite of forbidden fruit doomed herself and all of humanity. In a way it was, and equally destructive.

The image adorned the cover of Twilight, a Buffy the Vampire Slayer knockoff that became an instant…

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