I've finished reading the Twilight series! I can't say anything about the plot without spoiling things. I found the books bizarrely engaging, especially considering that I don't usually like vampire stories. The most recent book had some pretty shocking scenes. If anyone reading this has actually read the book and wants to discuss it, leave a comment and we'll talk more there.
I read all four of these books on the Kindle, which is pretty much a necessity with really big books at the moment. If you are a compulsive reader, which, ahem, I have been called, the Kindle gives you fewer excuses to stop, since you're not reaching so many natural feeling breakpoints with actual page turns and blank spaces at the ends of chapters. They're there, but they feel much more permissible to scoot past, or I think so, anyway.
Next on my Kindle list: the other Rev. Clare Fergusson mysteries. The one limit with the Kindle is that although you can designate "clippings" and even make notes, for "work" related books, I think I'm going to want paper copies I can mark in and refer to later. I tried reading Wil Gafney's book about Women Prophets on the Kindle and just got sleepy. I don't think that's a reflection on her, more on the transfer of her book to the electronic paper. I suspect I'll be more likely to read fiction on the Kindle. I've read one biography, and that worked pretty well, too.
Again, be warned the comments may have Twilight series spoilers.