Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer Book
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  • Still, I read through my reluctance, and I am glad I did because I really enjoyed it
  • My favourite part of Breaking Dawn was the part where Bella became immortal because, all through out the series, I have been greatly anticipating whether or not Bella would become a vampire
  • Once again I picked up a few mistakes and someone words were used over and over again, which I found extremely annoying, so I have mixed emotions about the book
  • One of the things I enjoyed most about Breaking Dawn was the conclusion, because I think it rounded the book off perfectly
  • I would recommend it for teenagers, especially if they are into the vampire, supernatural, fantasy books

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      Breaking Dawn is the fourth and final book in the Twilight series. The book is set into three separate parts: Book 1, Book 2 and Book 3. The first book is narrated by Bella Swan, the second by Jacob Black and the third by Bella again. I must admit, upon learning that Jacob was narrating part of the story, I was immediately put off. Still, I read through my reluctance, and I am glad I did because I really enjoyed it. The book follows Bella Swan and her last few weeks as human and as an immortal. There are a lot of

      twists through out the plot, so giving away more information than that would be a complete giveaway.

      My favourite part of Breaking Dawn was the part where Bella became immortal because, all through out the series, I have been greatly anticipating whether or not Bella would become a vampire. I was unsure what she would look like and how she would act as a vampire – would she be a blood crazed new born or would living with vampires before the change make her different. I was very happy with the vampire Bella. I loved the whole book, so it was hard

      to even consider a favourite part.

      Isabella Swan is the main character of Breaking Dawn. Through out the series, she does change but not enough to make me change my feelings toward her. In every book in the series, she has been portrayed as extremely clumsy and can seem a bit weak. Breaking Dawn is a tiny bit of an exception because of her immortal self and how protective she gets towards the end of her time as a human. This book features Edward, Jacob, the Cullens, Jacob’s pack, the Volturi and introduces a ton of new vampires. Breaking Dawn also introduces ...


      • Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer Book
      my favourite character, Renesmee.

      Breaking Dawn is a paranormal romance, fantasy, fiction young adult novel. I emphasise that this is a romance book and appears to be a more mature book than the other books in the Twilight series. Once again I picked up a few mistakes and someone words were used over and over again, which I found extremely annoying, so I have mixed emotions about the book.

      One of the things I enjoyed most about Breaking Dawn was the conclusion, because I think it rounded the book off perfectly. My thoughts turn a bit negative in some cases, such as how

      long the book is (very long) and I am not always fond of the way it has been written.

      The Twilight series, particularly Breaking Dawn, is one of those things you either love or hate. Most reviews I have seen for it either love it or hate it. However, I am about in the middle. I would recommend it for teenagers, especially if they are into the vampire, supernatural, fantasy books. This book does have a lot of romance, so if you are not keen on reading romance novels, do not read Breaking Dawn or really any book in the Twilight series.




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