The Twilight Saga: The Official Illustrated Guide - Stephenie Meyer I guess all fans were keen to grab this book. Me too.
But not just because it's all-about-Twilight, but rather, because it's written by Steph.

And that's what I liked the most about this book. To read about her ideas on each character. I loved the part about Alice, because we hardly know anything about her "before" life.

Graphics give a nice touch to the book.

What I miss the most: graphics of Volturi and other covens. It'd have been so great to see drawings about them, to help you imagine them more.

Book starts with a conversation (yep, not an interview) with Shannon Hale (a "baffy" - Best-Autor-Friends-Forever). After reading several interviews with Steph, and hear all the same questions, it was great to read something that's rather a friendly chat and get more of an insight on her personality, how she copes with fame, fans and are there any messages for YA in her books.

It's a book you can pick from your shelf and read some of your favorite characters anytime you want.