Breaking Dawn one of the best of the Twilight Saga. Their love actually starts to get heated in this book first their marriage and then the sex that happens twice. ONE of the best books in the world and not only because of that but because they have to almost fight to save baby Reneesme. Reneesme seems like a cute little baby that anyone would be happy to have but she is no ordinary baby, Reneesme has a special power just like her daddy, Reneesme can remember anything and show people everything that she has seen just by touching their face. This would scare most people and even if it didn't scare them they wouldn't believe, but it goes back to that old saying "you have to see it to believe it." The Cullens, Deniali, and many other friends of Carlise help to save baby Reneesme from the Vulturi the law makers of Vampires, they kill vampires that they think will hurt their secret. Also the Cullens have to keep it a secret that Bella is a vampire, Charlie ( her dad) comes over almost every day and they have to keep it a secret since Charlie doesn't know their secret. But once Charlie has met Reneesme he is hooked, he can't leave her alone and he is amazed at how much she has grown, 6 inches everyday. During the time that Bella was pregnant with Reneesme all she can drink is blood and after a while that's all she wants to drink, Reneesme is destroying her body, cracking ribs, and I think we're all surprised to find that Rosalie is actually helping out with the baby but appuled to find out that Jacob Black (or as we know him best "the biggest werewolf ever") thinks that Rosalie is only helping out because she couldn't have a baby where she was turned into a vampire in early years. The fighting between Jacob and Rosalie is pretty interesting to read about because I think that every fight between them could make us laugh on our saddest days.
You'll love this book if you are wanting to read about vampires and werewolves with plenty of love and suspense mixing together in perfect harmony to make the greatest books ever.
NOOOOOOO!!!.... IT CANT END!
it is not aloud to end,, but it did and it was amazing! i loved the last book.. as i said before and am going to say again, i could not put this book down! i cant find words to describe this book, all i can say is wow and aww... it is so romantic that edward and bella get to be together forever, or do they?..if you wanna find out, you better read the book, im not kidding, get of this site and READ!
with lots of love,,
in love all over<3
I LOVE THIS BOOK. this book leaves you wnating to scream in the best way. things happen in this book (not to give it away) that will leave you speechless. the first bella section is ........amaizing and then it goes to jacob sitting on the couch it drives you crazy but DONT skip it, it is soooo imporant and it gets really funny and really good so seriously dont skip it. The end of this book to me was a little slow and the end was a little confusing so you may have to read it twice- i did and i got sooo much more the second time around
you need to read this book this to me is the bewst one in the whole series
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 love this book,but i don't like who it the fight went down, it seems like the volturi just gave up. Renesmee sounds cute, ok even when edward is now married to bella i still totally want him...lol...I can't believe jacob imprinted on renesmee and that bella became a vampire; not fair...lol
Stephanie Meyer really outdid herself with this one, Breaking Dawn was adorable, it made me laugh, it made me cry (yes I am a total sap and I cry at books) and it made me read non stop for 2 days! I didn't like how part of the book was in Jacobs point of view and the second time I actually skipped that whole section. I am not trying to say that I didn't enjoy getting into Jacob's head and I realize it was crucial to have it written that why, I just couldn't get into it as much when it isn't Bella telling the story.
Other than that I adored the book, watching Bella transform and really come into her own was great, every character stayed true to themselves. Everyone should read the Twilight series, it appeals to the young and young at heart.
When I started reading Breaking dawn, I found myself staying up well into the night because i couldn't put it down. It's a beautiful book, and very well written. Stephenie did a wonderful job of making it feel like you were right there with the characters in all of their excitement. It is definitely worth a read. My only disappointment was when I finished it =) I will be reading it many more times.
In Breaking Dawn, Bella and Edward finally make a deal: Edward will turn Bella to a vampire and she'll marry him first. Even though at first, Bella doesn't want to marry, she soons finds that she'll enjoy being Bella Cullen. Before turning, she goes on her honeymoon with Edward. It's a huge shock when she ends up pregnant.
Jacob, depressed and roaming through the forests, when he finally decides to return home. He can't resist wondering about Bella, so he finds her at the Cullens, and is mortified when he sees her dying from pregnancy. The child is too powerful, considering that it's probably a vampire, and she's getting weaker day by day. She won't allow the child to be removed, because she already loves it. Edward is also depressed because he let it happen.
This book closes up all the lose ends from Twilight, New Moon, and Eclipse. Written in three parts, having the second in Jacob's perspective (unlike the other books), Breaking Dawn also provides further information on vampires, werewolves, and the Volturi. Plus, you get to see a side of Bella that's never been seen before, the opposite of being protected.
It was really disappointing. I liked Twilight and New Moon. Eclipse was okay. But Breaking Dawn was just insanely awkward. How Jacob imprinted on the baby. The baby being there at all. Meyer makes all these rules and then breaks them. 'Vampires can't have kids', 'Vampires and Werewolves hate each other', 'all newborn vampires attack people' - yet Bella was able to have her kid (who apparently is half human) and have her father over. And by the time I read Breaking Dawn, I realized that every single time there was an issue, it was always resolved the same way. It was really stupid.
this book is addictive u HAVE 2 read it it personally i am on edwards side jacob a jerk i cant beleive he imprinted on nessie and a hole lot more stuff to back up what i thnk u should read it in the end there love is even stronger just like them phsicly u have 2 read this book i cant say any more or else it will ruin it!