Stephenie Meyer Breaking Dawn

Stephenie Meyer Breaking Dawn

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36 Reviews 4.2/5 stars
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Ooof, big no thanks. If I could give this book a lower score, I absolutely would. When you create a book series, there tends to be an issue with the next book that comes out in the series having to be better than the last. Of course that is always a possibility for stories such as Harry Potter, where the plot is laced through all of the books and leads to an ultimate climax and resolution in the final book. Stephenie Meyer did not follow this example in any way, shape, or form. Instead of possibly creating an internal plot that would follow the entire series, every book has...well, I cannot justify a plot in any of the books, save the first one (that was in the last 100 pages of the book), so I'll try to skim sweetly over this. For her last attempt, strike 4 on my count, Meyer rides this train till there are no more tracks; taking the train, and all of it's passengers on a bumpy, uncomfortable, and unforgivable journey no one had prepared for. Bella's half-breed child shouldn't even exist, given Meyer's specific "VAMPIRES CANNOT HAVE CHILDREN", so of course she gives a pathetic, if not confusing, explanation to how Edward gets Bella pregnant. The child's name itself is atrocious; I honestly hope no one loves this series enough to name their own child that, out of their "love for Stephenie Meyer."

I have to admit this was my favorite of the series. It turned into a teen book to a almost r rated very quickly. I would to see a series about the daughter.

Breaking dawn was pretty cool I have to admit the whole series was pretty addicting

I love the twilight series all of them!!!! I cant pick a favorite when im reading the books or watching the movies I feel like we are one.Bella and Edward is my favorite they are the perfect couple ever!!!!! its the true definition of love!!im very very sad that its over and done with.Keeping high hopes that they will make another one cause I feel lost with out them:(

This was my favorite book, by far!! Great read!! I couldn't wait to read the end. Only a few parts I was least interested in, which was the story written from Jacob's point-of-view. That part dragged, just a little. All in all it was a super great book!!

I enjoyed the first half of the book..the rest of the book just seemed disjointed and didn't flow. Way too rushed towards the end. And I hated where Meyer went with the imprinting situation- blah! Otherwise, it was alright.

I haven't finished the book yet, almost done but I am absolutely loving it. I've seen all of the movies but this is the first book of the series that I've read. I can't wait to finish it but so far I'm itching for the next movie to come out to see how they play out the rest of the book on film.

We see a whole different side of Bella in this book and what a change it is! I love it. I read the series from 1st to last and really loved the story. Meyer is a really talented author and storyteller. There are places in the book where the story does slow down and made me want to skip pages but then it picked up again and drew you in. I would have loved to have been a guest at that wedding or there when Bella was flying through the air as a vampire. You could feel the electric during the standoff, just so amazing! Great book!

Breaking Dawn started very different from the others in the series, and was afraid that it was becoming a Sci-fi book, however, after a few chapters it went back to its roots, and was another great book in the twilight series.

Even though Twilight is one of my favorite books ever, the rest of the series was hugely disappointing to me. I thought Breaking Dawn might bring things back to good with the wedding and the pregnancy but it didn't, not for me anyway. Some people like to just let go of reality and expectations and read a story for whatever it is, but I can't seem to do that and when it just becomes fairy-tale-everything, it loses me. The weirdness with the pregnancy, the weirdness of the baby, the weirdness of the imprinting, the fact that Bella pretty much skipped over all of the horridness of the newborn days that we'd been hearing so much about in the books leading up to this, and of course her being some sort of freak of nature miracle vampire was all a bit too much for me. I know others who absolutely loved it because they just like super wonderful stories like that. As I said to someone else, the first book started out sort of 'It could happen,' but it all went more and more into weak fantasy after that. Bleah.

Just like the 1st book I love this one and have read it more then once. I love a good read that you just can't put down.

This book was one of my favorites! It had more action and kept you more involved in the story. The only downfall was that when you finished reading it, you were left wanting more!

Love the Twilight series!

Great. Love it! You couldn't wait to get to the end but were sorry when you did. The ending was great but made you want to know what happens next.

This is not my favorite out of the four, but I loved hearing about Bella's life as a vampire. At the end of this book I felt sad and wished there was more; I would like to know more about her new life. Again I'm sure the book is going to be better than the movie, but I still can't wait to see it.