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Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer (Twilight Saga, Book 4)
How could you run, how could you fight, when doing so would hurt that beloved one? If your life was all you had to give, how could you not give it? If it was someone you truly loved? To be irrevocably in love with a vampire is both fantasy and nightmare woven into a dangerously heightened reality for Bella Swan. Pulled in one direction by her intense passion for Edward Cullen, and in another by her profound connection to a werewolf Jacob Black, she has endured a tumultuous year of temptation, loss, and strife to reach the ultimate turning point. Now that Bella has made her decision, a startling chain of unprecedented events is about to unfold with potentially devastating and unfathomable consequences.
Just when the frayed strands of Bella's life - first discovered in Twilight, then scattered and torn in New Moon and Eclipse - seem ready to heal and knit together, could they be destroyed The astonishing, breathlessly anticipated conclusion to the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn illuminates the secrets and mysteries of this spellbinding romantic epic that has entranced millions.
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User reviews. Overall rating. Already have an account? Log in now or Create an account. Breaking Dawn. April 08, I must have discovered some new found appreciation for Breaking Dawn during my reread, since I enjoyed it way more than I did the first time. I flew through it, despite it being the longest of the series, and I think it might be my second favorite of the series behind Eclipse, of course. I still found a good chunk of it boring and repetitive, and the plot still got stranger as it moved along, but I guess I liked that. Instead we get a whole new cast of characters along side the favorites, and more outside forces.
After the action-packed adventure that was Eclipse, Breaking Dawn is a completely different tone. There is no action, at all. Even the big fight with the Volturi that the Cullens are anxiously awaiting, never comes. They work it out by talking, but I think that works, since no one really wants it to come to violence. It should have been refreshing, but it was really boring.
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Every chapter was essentially the same: Jacob is in his wolf form on patrol, he phases back to human to visit Bella, Bella is overly excited to see him, something happens to upset Jacob and he takes off. Lather, rinse, repeat. We do get some interesting insight into the mind of the pack, especially Leah. It all felt like filler though as we wait for Bella to finally give birth, which was when things get interesting.
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Aside from my one-line scene in Eclipse, Breaking Dawn contains my favorite scene of the series: the birth. Edward bites the baby out! It was awesome! It was the only thing that stood out to me the first time I read this, and was probably the only scene I actually remembered. She found it strange too. What Jacob thought was love for Bella was really a longing for part of her female anatomy. Anyway, Breaking Dawn was pretty awesome the second time around. I just wish it had been less anti-climatic.
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April 30, Its funny that when I think back to this book which I read during a hurricane my senior year of high school , the only thing I remember is that one scene when Edward can hear Renesme's thoughts while she is still in the womb. That was one of my favorite parts because it actually has meaning and substance.
The rest was just a huge growing climax that led up to not a damn thing. I was disappointed, although my expectations went out the window after I finished Eclipse. But Jacob will always be my favorite. He is the only reason I continued to read this series! April 09, Final book is okay but some parts of the book is graphic.
Good Points. Although some parts are slow it is intense. I love the love between Jacob and roseseme the little vampire. There is a major battle in this book. Susie Berry Top Reviewer 50 reviews. Not my Favorite. February 27, I don't really like it when authors have certain chapters for certain characters. I prefer when the story just flows from start to finish, everyone together in the storyline.
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I mean the story is still great, and I did enjoy the book - it had a great ending. Lets just say that when I re-read the series I skipped the entire 'Jacob' section in this book. Kim Duncan Top Reviewer 43 reviews. Extra Ordinary. November 13, I love Breaking Dawn just for the fact of all the events that take place. I love all the crazy madness that goes on in the book. When it comes close to a fight how the wolves have the vampire backs.
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I like that Bella grows more mature in this novel. I really cannot even wait for the movie's to come out. I truly hope that they will be able to keep all of the events from the book into the movie because that is what I am most looking for. I belive that this whole Series is really great that she will continue to write more great writing peaces. A Little Disappointed. However, the vampire Irina misidentifies Renesmee as an "immortal child," a human child who has been turned into a vampire.
Because immortal children are uncontrollable, creating them has been outlawed by the Volturi. After Irina presents her allegations to the Volturi, they plan to destroy Renesmee and the Cullens. In an attempt to survive, the Cullens gather other vampire clans from around the world to stand as witnesses and prove to the Volturi that Renesmee is not an immortal child. Edward telepathically connects with Jacob and his Quileute pack, with the full realization of Jacob's imprint on Renesmee forging a new family connection of an unbreakable bond and mutual pact of protection between the Cullens and the Quileute, ending hatred between the races.
As local and foreign vampires arrive, the Cullen house becomes the headquarters and training ground for the assorted vampires and the Quileute wolf packs. Bella's human ability shielded her from psychic powers, but as a vampire she learns she can project it to shield others in a wide radius, a secret weapon that neutralizes the Volturi's powers. Upon confronting the gathered Cullen allies and witnesses, the Volturi discover that they have been misinformed on Renesmee's identity, and execute Irina when she refuses to make a claim against the wolves for killing Laurent , trying unsuccessfully to instigate a full battle.
Additionally, Caius brings up the Cullens' pact with the Quileute as allying with the vampires' sworn enemy, the Children of the Moon , but it turns out the Quileutes are "shapeshifters" that chose the form of giant wolves, and not Lycans. The Volturi remain undecided on whether Renesmee should be viewed as a threat to vampires' secret existence. At that time, Alice and Jasper, who had left prior to the gathering of the Cullen's allies, return with a Mapuche called Nahuel, a year-old vampire-human hybrid like Renesmee, and his biological aunt, Huilen.
Huilen tells of how her sister fell in love with a vampire and became pregnant with his child. She also shares that when Nahuel was born, he bit her and made her immortal. Nahuel demonstrates that the hybrids pose no threat, and the Volturi agree to leave the Cullens alone. Before the Volturi leave, he also informs them of his father's intent to create more hybrids to produce a "super race.
The Cullens and their allies return to their homes in peace, accepting that the Volturi may one day return. When Edward and Bella are alone, she lets him read her mind for the first time, sharing her feelings about him from her memories. He asks to see her memories again, but she tells him it would take time to show him again.
Edward reminds her not to worry, as they have eternity to spend together. Originally, Meyer wrote a book titled Forever Dawn , which was a direct sequel to Twilight. The part that took Meyer the longest time to write of Breaking Dawn was the half-chapter describing the 3 months after Bella's transformation into a vampire because "the amount of time per word put into that section was probably ten times what it was in any other part of the book" and Meyer liked to write minute by minute, but didn't think it would be exciting.
Meyer decided to include the pregnancy in her story while she was researching vampires, early in , and came across the legend of the incubus , a demon who could father children. She stated that Bella's pregnancy and childbirth, for her, were "a way to kind of explore that concept of what childbirth used to be" in the past and acknowledged that they were "taking Bella in a new direction that wasn't [as] relatable for a lot of people.
In regard to Renesmee's unique name, Meyer wrote that she "couldn't call her Jennifer or Ashley. What do you name the most unique baby in the world? I looked through a lot of baby name websites. Eventually I realized that there was no human name that was going to work for me, so I surrendered to necessity and made up my own. The Twilight Saga is really Bella's story, and this was the natural place for her story to wind up. She overcame the major obstacles in her path and fought her way to the place she wanted to be.
I suppose I could try to prolong her story unnaturally, but it wouldn't be interesting enough to keep me writing. Stories need conflict, and the conflicts that are Bella-centric are resolved. It also hints that the novel would have a happy ending for the couples, as in The Merchant of Venice. Meyer described it as "the magic of setting things right—which doesn't happen in the real world, which is absolutely fantasy", and decided to introduce it earlier—in Eclipse —so she wouldn't have to explain it later.
Meyer described the cover as "extremely meaningful" and said that she was "really happy with how it turned out". The title, Breaking Dawn , is a reference to the beginning of Bella's life as a newborn vampire. Another reason for giving the book this particular title is that it matches the book's plot, which centers on "a new awakening and a new day and there's also a lot of problems inherent in it". Entertainment Weekly magazine released an excerpt of Breaking Dawn on May 30, The first quote was released on Meyer's website on July 12, The concert series sold out three of its four locations on the day that tickets went on sale,  selling out in under an hour in one city.
Prior to the novel's release, the first three Twilight books had already sold 8. The book sold 1. Critical reception of Breaking Dawn was mixed.