Rob has told us he reads on multiple occasions such as in Italy's "Vanity Fair"
Interviewer: Do you read a lot?
Rob: Oh yeah.
Interviewer: What’s your favourite book?
Rob: Dubliners by James Joyce.
Even back in Twilight day in the LA Times Rob mentions how he loves to read
Interviewer: What is your favorite thing to do all by yourself?
Interviewer: What’s the best book you’ve read recently? You’re not allowed to say “Twilight.”
Rob: (Laughs) “New Moon.” (Laughs again). I recently read a book of E.M Forster’s short stories that was really good.
And he gave a great answer to F Magazine on the importance of the Twilight franchise
Interviewer: In hindsight, what do you think the importance or the value of the twilight franchise will be, looking back at it? What has it brought to our society, as it is so influential to the youth?Robsessed has been keeping track of the books we know Rob has read at the bookclub. Check out the list of books we know Rob has read here!
Rob: I think anything that gets young people reading is one thing that is pretty important. That was the same thing when I did Harry Potter: it's kind of amazing, but Harry Potter completely changed everything. I don't remember kids talking about books, and the young adult genre was so much smaller before Harry Potter, and thing like Twilight and Harry Potter just exploded.
Rob is often seen with a book in his pocket!
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