Meyer's Breaking Dawn breaks the continuity of the Twilight series. The first three are face paced and edgy enough to keep a wider range of readers interested. First, she needed to edit some sixty worthless pages of the 754 pages. However, still book is no longer considered part of a young adult series. While the saga of the covens continues, Meyer dialogue infusion using "pissed off", Edward's flippant response which cheapens even a vampire's celibacy, and her hideous graphic details of Bella's unfortunate "illness" and surgery should strip this author of any association in young adult literature circles. Meyers herself has become money thirsty for a new audience and has ushered in thoughts to youngster that equals tabloid quality. Meyer seduces young adult's thoughts to accept dishonor of marriage, and creates tantalizing sexual connotations. She makes an evil attempt to introduce readers to gasp worse that those Roman Polansky's days. This book should be titled Remake of Rosemary: Bella's Baby. Indeed, Meyer phased into being a horror writer. She bit the young audience and now offers a tantalizing seductive novel at less than a sixth grade reading level. The book lacks the moral values for a young audience. It does not deserve to be placed in the Renaissance Place Reader program. In fact, her final book should NEVER SHELVED IN ANY SCHOOL LIBRARY. It should be banned from anyone who cannot produce legal drinking age id.