"Twilight Saga - Males has a total of 68 pages which are papers from writer 'Source Wikia'. This book consists of articles from Wikia. Pages: 66. Chapters: Adam, Alec, Alistair, Alonzo Calderas Wallace, Austin Marks, Ben Cheney, Benito, Bob Banner, Bob Marks, Boris, Brady Fuller, Brett Warner, Casey, Coach Clapp, Collin Littlesea, Conner, D.J. Garrett, Demetri, Deputy Steve, Diego, Doug, Dr. Snow, Embry Call, Eric Yorkie, Felix, Fred, Garrett, George, Harold Greene, Henry, Isaac Weber, Jacob Black, James, Jared Cameron, Jason Scott Jenks, Jeff, Jim, John, John Dowling, Joshua Weber, Kaheleha, Kevin, Laurent, Lee Stephens, Logan, Luca, Max, Mike Newton, Mr. Molina, Mr. Varner, Nahuel, Paul Lahote, Quil Ateara V, Randall, Raoul, Riley Biers, Rob Sawyer, Robert Walsh, Royce King II, Sam Uley, Sancar, Santiago, Seth Clearwater, Taha Wi, Tyler Crowley, Utlapa, Vasilii, Warren, Waylon Forge, Yut. Excerpt: Adam was a newborn vampire from Victoria's army of newborns. Bree mentioned him in The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner when Diego informed her that indirect sunlight doesn't harm vampires. She thought it was impossible and said, "But Shelly and Steve, Doug and Adam. That kid with the bright red hair. All of them. They're gone because they didn't get back in time. Riley saw the ashes." It was officially confirmed in The Twilight Saga: The Official Illustrated Guide that Adam was killed by Victoria after discovering that the sun could not kill vampires. Alec is a vampire, and a member of the Volturi guard, serving as one of the highest ranked guards. He has a twin sister named Jane, and is also a sadist, but barely shows it due to his quiet nature. Jane and Alec are the Volturi's most offensive weapons, as they both hold abilities to completely take down an opponent, regardless of size. This gained him and his sister the name 'the witch twins'. Alec has an ability similar to Jane's; however, he can cut off a person's senses completely so they feel nothing. The Volturi use him especially if they want to execute someone without complication. They also use him... 2011-10-29 time of publication of the book, [--]"