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Bobbi Kronberg, 18, of Forbes, N.D., became a "Twilight" fan in high school. Having read all the series' books, she turned to the "50 Shades of Grey" trilogy. While the stories are different, she says there are similarities between the two. J. Shane Mercer / The Forum

As 'Twilight' nears its end, fans search for what comes next

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Just a week after what would have been Bram Stoker's 165th birthday, another vampire-related tale celebrates a milestone of sorts.

"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part Two" debuts in theaters on Thursday, the last of a multi-book and multi-film phenomenon that drew in millions of fans with its stories of vampires and werewolves set amidst teen romance.

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