Nevertheless, Meyer still portrays women as heroines in her book. The fact that Bella defied the command of Edward of terminating the “thing” in reference to the pregnancy, showed a woman who was ready to defend humanity. She even went ahead to challenge her new family into voting for her regarding her choice of changing her nature from mankind to vampire. Esme is a perfect example of one who is ready to sacrifice her life for another, her dead child and Bella, all in the name of protecting motherhood (Flanagan).
The family unit is strongly depicted as one that generates warmth and love through the good example of the Cullen family. The head of the house Carlisle is a good image of a father, one of a protector and a teacher when he saves his wife from death and one who shares the love of books with Bella. Esme the mother is a giver of life and unconditional love while the brothers and sisters give enormous support when needed in the instance when Bella needed their approval on changing her status from human to vampire (Flanagan).
He also added that the possible reprises must get the go-ahead from Twilight author Stephenie Meyer and Hunger Games creator Suzanne Collins respectively.
Well, author Stephenie Meyer has previously expressed an interest in expanding on the Twilight universe, as a few years ago she was penning a sequel to the original book series, called Midnight Sun.