Warning! Hackers Using 'Eclipse' Novella to Spread Viruses

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The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner is now available read (for free!) at breetanner.com, but beware, hackers are using the Eclipse novella to fool fans into mistakenly downloading viruses and malware.

To prevent damage to your computer, only view the 192-page short story from breetanner.com, and don't believe any invitations you get from friends telling you to "click here" to download the book.

Eclipse is only a few weeks away from hitting theaters -- and Stephenie Meyer is encouraging you to read this novella before seeing the movie.

"Personally, I always want to read a book before seeing the movie," the author explains. "I like to make my own mental pictures before someone else's picture intrudes. Probably most of my readers don't have the same hang-up, but for those who do, I wanted to give them the chance to create their own mental pictures of Bree and the gang."
Stephenie continues, "When there is so much going on off-stage so to speak, it leaves a lot of mysteries. Of all the Twilight books, Eclipse has the most going on outside of Bella's view. For the movie to work, we have to see and understand some of these things."

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