Agree with you both--I'm for anything that gets people to read. In my psych of women class students have to read something from a list of autobiographies (or thinly fictionalized autobiographies), and I had a young man come see me at the end of the class. He'd read Rubyfruit Jungle (a coming of age story about a very feisty young lesbian in case you haven't read it), and he told me that it was the first book he'd read all the way through since 3rd grade (including my textbook no doubt since he didn't do all that well on the tests), and he wanted to know if there more books "like that" out there. It was a revelation to him that there would be books he'd enjoy reading. I had trouble not crying for him. So, Go, Twilight!