March 7, 2011

Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer

Summary: Twilight tempted the imagination. New Moon made readers thirsty for more. Eclipse turned the saga into a worldwide phenomenon. And now, the book that everyone has been waiting for...

Breaking Dawn, the final book in the #1 bestselling Twilight Saga, will take your breath away.


My Take: Breaking Dawn is separated into 3 separate sections of the book.

The first part of the book is in the POV of Bella and how uncomfortable she is with all the changes in her life. The only thing she is looking forward to is that she will be spending the rest of her life with to boy she is in love with. The wedding in my mind was unbelievably beautiful!

I have to say that the honeymoon was one of my favorite parts in the book. I love the part when Bella wakes up and she is covered in feathers. I was dying with laughter at that part.

The second part to the book is in the POV of Jacob. It is his struggle to overcome the lifestyle that Bella has chosen for herself and the heartbreak he feels because she didn’t choose him. The anger he feels toward Edward and you learn a lot about the wolves. It also comes to a point where there is a struggle between the wolves on how to handle a new situation that was brought to their attention. I really liked learning about the wolves for a change.

The last part is back in the POV of Bella. This is the part where the rest of the series all ties together to finish the series. I last part of the book; one of my favorite characters really upset me.


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