Imaginary or Reality?
Reader reviewed by Cara
The Book New Moon was so real like to me. When i read it, it was like I was really there. Just like with the other books in the series, I just couldnt put it down. New Moon will leave you wanting to keep reading after each chapter just to find out what will happen next. The book is not only a adventure but a romance. Bella and Edward show true love and somewhat real experiences. ( in some cases, except for the vampire part) I promise that if you like reading adventure and romance then this book is definetly for you.
the 2nd saga!
Reader reviewed by britt j.
this book was amaing!!! it wasnt as good as the 1st, 3rd, or 4th..but i still liked it.
in this book, bella becomes best buds with jacob. and edward leaves!!! :(
i was soo sad! but i knew he would come back. it wouldnt be a happy series if he didnt.
alice is such a bubbly girl! and whn she comes back at the end, i am soo happy!!!
this book was also when the werewolves came in.
i wasnt chokced, i knew jacob was turning into something..!
man, the twilight series is awesome.
Reader reviewed by Sara
this was the book that i disliked least in the whole saga. i know that edward leaving made the story that much better but it was still frustrating hearing the sad thoughts bella was going through. I was also mad when bella started to like jacob but that was all expllained in the fourth book and i wont ruin that secret. all in all a good book but kind of sad in the beginning.
I cried my eyes out when I read it.
Reader reviewed by Jessica
This book totally made me cry. I cried a couple of times in the book. Three times to be exact. First of all, I cried when the Cullens left, and, believe it or not, whenever I think about it, I start to cry. I was sitting in class one day and just started to think about it and finally realized I had started crying. Second, I cried when Alice came back to check on Bella. I was just so happy atlesast one of the Cullens came back but I was so hoping Edward would come back and when I found out he hadn't yet, I was ready to read about Bella being depressed all over again. And, finally, I cried when Edward came back with Bella to Forks, Washington. I was just soooo happy he actually came back with her and didn't leave her again. If you have read this book, I am sure you were cried, or were atleast sad when the Cullens left. I definitely know I cried.
Reader reviewed by Laura
When I first read this book...I felt disappointed after reading it.
This time around I'm so excited about it, there is sooo much that I
didn't pick up on the first go round. I feel a little bit more
understanding of Bella's relationship to Jacob and I didn't really
dwell on the fact that Edward wasn't really a big part in a majority of
the story. I think because I knew that he wasn't really too far away
from Bella and in a literal sense from me as far as page count was
concerned lol! I'm really excited for this movie to come out now and
can only hope that the new director doesn't stray too far away from the
way this story is meant to be told. Instead of 4 stars I've given it 5!
It Sucks (No Pun Intended)
Reader reviewed by KitKat
Let me introduce the book. Bella is the main character, a clumsy girl with a poor family life and low self-esteem issues, and very little (if any) personality. Her boyfriend Edward is controlling and overprotective, trying to direct every aspect of Bella's life. Oh, and he also wants to rip her throat out. Bella is obsessed with Edward, to the point that when he briefly abandons her that she gives up on life.
This obviously unheathly relationship, which deepens the mutual obsessiveness, seems to grow ever more controlling on Edward's side and consitently lowers Bella's self-esteem and self-worth.
Really, why would you read a book like that?...
Did I mention that I hated the writing style, too?
Reader reviewed by Tori Phillips
On her 18th birthday, Bella, the memorable heroine from Stephenie Meyer's bestselling debut Twilight, is is seperated from her vampire lover Edward and his family. Within months, she becomes depressed until she seeks comfort in two things: childhood friend Jacob, whom she discovers is a werewolf, and risky behavior. The mix up teaches her what really matters.
When Meyer wrote her debut, thousands of girls gave up on Harry Potter books to sink their teeth into the shining vampire story of Bella and Edward. Now when Meyer brings them back, the story of the star-crossed lovers in a tale as juciey and memorable as Romeo and Julietbecomes a passionate dream.
Realy good book
Reader reviewed by lia
This book is as good as Twilight. Edward thinks that Bella would be safe without him and his family around and so he leaves. Bella is very depressed and when her dad wants to send her whit her mom Bella stats visiting Jacob. You will learn more about Jacob his family, his pack and the werewolves also his friendship with Bella. At the end of the book Bella and Edward come back but first they have to deal with some things and The Volturi, This books is as awesome as twilight and you would not want to wait to read Eclipse.
Hard Times in Forks High
Reader reviewed by AbbyLiz
This book broke my, and my friend's, hearts for days. All three of us had gotten so excited over the fact that Bella and Edward were together that when Edward said he was leaving we all cried. This is another amazing read and is well worth the length.
Make me cry, why don't you?!
Reader reviewed by Chelsey
This book was so sad! It was good tho. The fact that it can make me cry means that the author did a good job with her articulation. She allows the reader to understand the characters so well. It wasn't a very epic novel compared to all the other ones from this series, but without this book (book 2) there wouldn't have been such a good understanding of the bond between Edward and Bella. I gave this book a 5 and would recommend it to anyone who likes vampires or romance or both.