and now b&n is marketing these literary classics as if they’re associated with the twilight series. from the art cover to its branding:

pride & prejudice, jane austen — “the love that started it all”
wuthering heights, emily bronte — "love never dies" & (bella and edward’s favorite book)
romeo and juliet, william shakespeare — “the original forbidden love”


seriously? no wonder why the kindle sold more than physical books.

and now b&n is marketing these literary classics as if they’re associated with the twilight series. from the art cover to its branding:

pride & prejudice, jane austen — “the love that started it all”

wuthering heights, emily bronte — "love never dies" & (bella and edward’s favorite book)

romeo and juliet, william shakespeare — “the original forbidden love”

seriously? no wonder why the kindle sold more than physical books.

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