Yeah, that was my reaction when I finish reading the book.... and that is all IÂ´m gonna say about it... I mean, I really didnt see it coming... any of it. The book is full of suspense, of love and unexpected things, incredible things that happen since the very begginning. You kind of know what is going to happen, but everything you imagine is far from the real thing, far from what Meyer gave us in the final book of the Twilight series. I was eager to read, and I finished really fast, I just wanted to know what was going to be future for all of them, Bella & Edward, Jacob Black, The Vulturi... and the result was a-m-a-z-i-n-g.
I did read all of the Twilight series, and I really, really liked it at first. The whole idea of a vampire/human relationship was really different and I usually don't read vampire novels. But this book (and series) interested me, because it wasn't hard-core vampire-sucking-everyone's-blood kind of story, it was really just a romance novel. I liked the whole werewolf thing, and the history and everything. But then, I read other classic novels and then read Breaking Dawn, and I realized that Stephenie Meyer just needs to write a little more and get a little experience. The characters were a little boring, and Edward was much too perfect. His only flaw was that he sort of hated himself, but he had Bella, which fixed all of his-his only problem. The end of Breaking Dawn was a little anti-climactic because there was the whole build-up of the ending battle. And the ending ended too perfectly. The birth scene where Bella's spinal cord was a little strange, and there was a lot of Bella just wanting to, you know... *gah, no profanity*. Anyway, I think over time, Stephenie Meyer could be a good author because she has a lot of good ideas, but Breaking Dawn was a little too strange and didn't have the ending that it built up to be. And a perfect half-vampire, half-human baby that blushes and is even prettier than Edward? ... *grumble*
this book is sadly the last book of the twilight series bella and edfwad get married have a kid yes i know impossible u say but true if anyone hasnt read this book u need too it is so amazing it keeps you locked couldnt put it down they face many problems friendships are tested but they get over together i love this book!!!!!!!!!!
I found Breaking Dawn was really strange. Actually the Twilight series was strange in general. Bella being the narrarator definitly wasnt the best choice. At first she hates blood and then all of a sudden she wants to be a vampire? In Breaking Dawn it is obvious that things are coming to a close as Bella finally gets her wish. Throughout the book there was this big anticipation for a battle but then it ended without the battle. I think it would have been much better if there was a battle and things didnt go so quickly.
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.
As everyone knows, this is the 4th book to the Twilight series, which is really amazing. Breaking Dawn was really, really, really good. I couldn't believe it. It keeps you into the story, and it is a very big book, so it's worth your money. At some points you can't believe the things that are happening. I was so shocked! It changes and changes, and it keeps you interested into the book the whole time. It wasn't my favorite book out of the Twilight series, but it was a good one. If you read the Twilight series, you have to read the last one, it will leave you confused, probably, but it's worth it. It's a series that you just have to finish. I would reccomend this book to anyone I know.
Okay, when I read this book, I couldn't believe Meyer loved it! Her weak spot is that throughout the books, there are several hints of the conflict and fight, but once you get there, it's only a chapter long! And the way Bella becomes so nasty to Jacob, yelling at him and hurting him... I hate her. This is one book that I don't like because Bella is such a brat, mean to people who love her but Edward.
breaking dawn was amazing bella and edward have gone throughalmost everything together they have done what had to be done to keep each other alive and now everything is getting better for them. i could not put the book down for nothing it was incredible action after action lines are drawn and old ones are crossed new alliances are made and bonds are created in this amazing book.
I have to say that I had extremely hight expectations and unfortunately it didn't live up to them. The book was very predictable and seriously who writes a book and prepares the reader for a fight scene but never gives them a fight scene? It's frustrating. However i did enjoy the first hundered or so pages but I didn't enjoy Jacob's point of view. I did however like the dumb blonde jokes. Which is a compliment because I am blonde.
In the final book of the Twilight Saga, Stephenie Meyer finally brings the adventures of Bella, Edward, and Jacob to an easy conclusion filled with breathtaking twists and turns which the reader would never have seen possible. The book opens upon the dawn of Bella and Edward's wedding, after Bella has finally made her choice between the pair of guys in her life. The plot only gets thicker as her friend and want-to-be-lover, Jacob Black, shows up at the after party and requests a final dance with Bella. Things get out of hand, and Bella is whisked away to her honeymoon with Edward.
As the book continues, a shocking revelation is revealed which alters the rest of the book. Told in both Bella and Jacob's points of view, "Breaking Dawn" is a novel different from the rest because Bella has finally made up her mind, and the story continues on that basis. A wonderful ending to a beloved saga, Stephenie Meyer closes the book with the word THE END, leaving a sense of conclusion in the reader.