I've read the Twilight series and I realized, despite the big fandom, it doesn't have any particular element; it's not a big masterpiece or a great literary work or a revolution in the literature ... It has very simple use of words and verbs and the sentences seem way too unskilled in some parts. I've read Rowling's Harry Potter Series and after doing a long research on its literature I'm not surprised by the success of the books; beside the incredible plot and creation, the descriptions, character developments and sense of humor in telling the story is astonishing! Even the way the story is told changes through Harry growing up... So, in Twilight, is it only about the plot? I mean, even in that case, the plot seems so rushed sometimes, not to mention that the last book was like a complete fan fiction and the story got really sloppy most of the parts... Yes, it's a good love story and a great entertainment, but not THAT great! So, why did it become such a success?! I'm confused!