Life and Death: Twilight Reimagined, Stephenie Meyer
I'm not above reading some Meyer.
Life and Death is an interesting experiment. I liked the idea of re-reading a story after a musical chairs of gender roles has taken place (not only the main characters are changed, other players are as well). I wanted to see how it affected my feelings towards each and the story's development. That was interesting. ...for about four chapters. Then I was satisfied and didn't care for reading the entire story -- a story I knew -- again. I flicked to the end and was rewarded with the alternate ending. I'm glad I read the book, it made me think...but it wasn't a great book.