Absolutely a phenomenal series by Stephanie Meyer. She is pure genies when it comes to thinking outside the box and opening up a new world for readers to enter. The way she writes and portrays each character makes it all so much more exciting and you cannot put the book down. The story makes you want to be there and part of you roots for Edward and part of you for Jacob. Either way it is a fabulous read and that makes you feel young and innocent.
One word. WOW. That pretty much sums it up. The love story between a vampire and human goes to the next level as they take a step in their relationship. This book does not cease to suprise you the whole way through. From marriages to pregancies to new born vampire to imprinting on infants to battle, this book does not stop it's 360 degrees of great story. Everyone should read it. The new generation "Romeo and Juliet". Unbelievably good.
Bella Swan has 'life' changing plans. And has just got married to her beloved husband Edward who just happens to be a vampire. She is ready to join his family in more ways than one. But suddenly she makes a startling discovery, and a chain of unexpected events follow. Bella finds herself in a struggle to keep what she cares about most-her family, Can she stop them from being destroyed completely...?
Breaking dawn is the last book in the brilliant and exilerating twilight series. It is exiting and extreamly hard to put down! I highly recommend this book to ANYONE over 13!!!
Edward and Bella finally decide to tie the knot and get married. On their honeymoon, however, things go awry rather quickly...as usual. Bella finds herself pregnant and in hopes of saving her, Jacob and Edward make a difficult decision. Bella wakes up to find all her senses heightened and improved. Her child becomes one of a kind and trouble soon follow. She finds an ability that can and will save her family from the Voluturi. Stephanie Meyer did a wonderful job on concluding the story.
if i summarize breaking dawn, i wouldnt end. so basically what happend is bellad and edward gets married and then off to Isle Esme for their honeymoon. There, Bella soon discover that she was pregnant and this shocked and scared Edward. They come home to Forks really early to get checked by Carlisle, Edward's father. She gets really sick by carrying this powerful baby so they tld her dad that she got a disease where they came from and she needs to be quarantined. JAcob also knew so he was outraged and the werewolves thought tht this baby would be a great harm to evryone. this also when bella becomes a vampire because edward turned her into one after she gave birth to renesmee and she was dying. The volturis discover that this had happened and they decided to go after the cullens to kill that baby because them,too, thoguht that this baby was a threat. but the cullens gathered every vampire coven in the world they knew to be witnesses that this child was not a threat. there was no action in this book so the end was kinda boring. the voltuirs came and they believed that the baby is not harmful. (they talked for hours 0___0) the end was very happy and joyful because bella also has a special ability. this ability could block other vampires who have a special ability. at then end he reverses her ability so edward could read her mind!
this is the last book of the twilight saga. i hope stephenie still writes! =O
anyways, this book is awesome. some people did not like it. they complain too much. but overall it was awesome and well written.
I went to the midnight premier for the book and read it in a total of 8 hours. I couldn't unglue my eyes from the book. The wait for the book was grueling, wondering how in the world Stephenie Meyer would make everyone happy was had us stumped and include the Volturi without anyone dying was also a bit confusing. The author managed to pull all of it off and still manage to surprise us. Read Breaking Dawn to find out how Bella survives through a pregnancy(!), how Jacob finds his happy ending, and how the Volturi leave Bella alone, and leave all the vampires that have come to Forks to fend off the Volturi and save Renesmee!
Bella has been waiting for this for what has seemed to be an eternity: Her and Edwards happily ever after. Getting married, meeting each of their conditions, and just over all having each other. But when Bella decided to keep her mortality for just a while longer something comes up. Something nobody though would ever be possible. Now the Volturi are coming down on the Cullens and theres nothing that is a sure thing to save their lives. How do you erase a death sentance for a crime you didnt commit?
This book was an amazing finish to the best series Ive ever read. It gave so much closure, I cant think of a single thing that Stephenie didnt sum up. I love the happily ever after factor, of course. Everybody got what they wanted. Bella and Edward can live together for all of eternity along with an unexpected little addition, Jacob has somebody he can finally love, and even Rosalie was happy in the end. One of the things I really liked about this book in particular was Book Two (The book was split up into three sections, Book three being the longest). I didnt think Id enjoy reading from Jacobs PoV but it really helped the story line. I loved seeing how the pack worked inside each others minds and the connections between them. Another thing I absolutely loved was all of the different powers. Benjamins was probably my favorite, the moving of the elements, but Renesmees was also very cool. Bella's was pretty neat, but not nearly as exciting as I would have liked it to be :-p On the topic of Bella, to me she didnt really seem like herself... just different. And I guess that's understandable to a point but I wasnt sure about it. There wasnt nearly as much romance in this book as the others, but many things were hinted at and it was very obvious that there was sex in the book but not a detail was shared which still makes the book appropriate for a younger audiance. I have to say that I think Emmett has become my favorite character although there has never been much of him in any of the books. In this book he was pretty hilarious and I found myself laughing, which earned some wierd looks from my family. So now that Ive basically written a book on this myself, Im going to close it up with over all this was a fantastic book in every way shape and form. It left me completely satisfied with its ending (unlike the 7th Harry Potter book did) and I wouldnt have changed one thing about it. Great job Stephenie, and I really hope any more books in the series are from Emmetts point of view!
Bella Swan and Edward Cullen have finally made it to their big day, their wedding day. They enjoy their wedding and go on their honeymoon to a private island where Bella becomes pregnant.
Immediately, Edward rushes to get her home to try to convince her to abort the baby, but it is too late. Bella has discovered a love for the child inside her that she has never felt for another person and wants to keep her baby even though it is eating her from the inside, cracking her ribs, and growing at an alarming rate.
Meyer takes a major risk by switching narrators in the middle of the finale of her series and allows Jacob Black to tell the story. Although it is interesting to hear the wolves' points-of-view and to feel Jacob's heartbreak as he watches the vampire child come close to taking Bella's life, I really wish I would have known what Bella was thinking or even Edward. This being said, Meyer is a genius, and it worked out quite well to hear the story from a more objective point of view because we also got to see more in-depth details about Bella that we did not get to see when Bella was the narrator.
During the process of child-birth, Bella almost dies and is resurrected by Edward finally turning her into a vampire. Their half-vampire, half-mortal child and Bella's transformation into a newborn vampire take center stage for the rest of the novel as Bella deals with the changes of becoming a vampire and a mother all at once, not to mention training to battle the vampire law-enforcing Volturi.
Overall, this was a very nice finale to the Twilight series. I say nice because it did not have the shock factor that I wanted. They prepared to battle with the Volturi, but a fight never happened. Throughout the series, there is emphasis on the vampire's abilities to fight with their strength, speed, and individual special gifts. It would have been more exciting to get to see Bella use her new vampire powers to kick some Volturi butt along with her vampire and werewolf friends. It is understandable, however, that Meyer wanted to end the series on a high note with all main characters intact and Bella and Edward living happily ever after. That is, after all, what we have wanted from the beginning.
I loved this book. It was the best, the only part I really didn't like was that the didn't fight with the volturi.If they did fight the story would have been way better but sill I loved it.I read the first 12 chapters of Midnight Sun it was so good I hope she finishes it. Anyway Breaking Dawn was amazing I read it like it like 6 times and I found out something new every time.You should read it it was a really great book and you would enjoy.
This book is amazing. it is my favorite book. althou i was upset that it was the last in the series it is the best. it is the perfect fairy tale mystery book for readers. i have read this book a total of six times and will read it many more times to come.