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  • Of course, I'm one for happy endings, so I was happy with how the story concluded
  • She puts her own interesting twist on these creatures and shows a more personable side, rather than a horrific side (well for the Cullen family anyway), to these beings

    • by Jacqueline F
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      Stephenie Meyer started out with this unique series (4 books) with her novel “Twilight”. It sounds bizarre when you hear what the plot is about, but reading the actual book keeps you hooked. It is basically the story of a girl, Bella Swan, and her encounter with Edward Cullen. She gets to know that Edward is no ordinary guy, but rather a vampire who’s lived for over a hundred years.

      The style of Ms. Meyer’s writing, describing Edward and Bella’s attraction to each other keeps the reader fully engrossed in these two character’s relationship.

      Breaking Dawn” is the final book of this series. I’m sad to see it end. Of course, I’m one for happy endings, so I was happy with how the story concluded. I won’t give away how it ended, but the book is non-stop page-turner. It keeps ...


      • you constantly wanting to know what will happen next! Ms. Meyer continues her intriguing style allowing you to love the characters of Bella, Jacob, Edward and the rest of the Cullen family. All the main characters are gorgeous, loveable and have a unique personality of their own.

        I’m never one for thrillers, and actually “Twilight” seemed to me to be more of a Romance book than a thriller. But Ms. Meyer’s

        keeps you glued. She does not stick to the typical expectations of what one thinks of how a “vampire” should be. She puts her own interesting twist on these creatures and shows a more personable side, rather than a horrific side (well for the Cullen family anyway), to these beings. “Breaking Dawn” was a great conclusion to this series. Hopefully Ms. Meyers will change her mind and do something further with these characters!




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