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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? With million copies of the Twilight Saga sold worldwide, this addictive love story between a teenage girl and a vampire redefined romance for a generation.

There's no real consistent or engaging antagonist to the series. For the majority of the story those that would be considered the antagonist make brief appearances that for the most part last a chapter or less.

The danger happens and then it is over. This last book will promise a real rough and tumble ending but deliver something much more poignant if a bit less satisfying for readers of other genres.

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Stephenie Meyer still makes it complex and interesting while ending her series on a strong note that makes me wish that she continued to write in this world. I found that she has improved in her skill and her stories are much more engaging. In her gender swap story she managed to make the character that took the place of Bella who is named Beau into a more rounded character an interesting personality.

The character of Edyth who took the place of Edward also felt more dangerous and complex. While in The Host she still had a love triangle at least it had a twist that made it interesting.

It felt real and both the protagonist in the story we're so sympathetic that punch you right in the feels. Why the twilight series may not be my cup of tea necessarily it is well written and so long as I acknowledge it for what it is and who the target audience actually was the story is quite enjoyable.


Stephenie Meyer's wanted to write a love story in the first book that was about the obsession of first love with some paranormal traits within it.

It was targeted towards younger girls and was written to their level. As a series progressed Stephanie Meyers wrote the story to an increasingly more mature audience as the characters grew and the audience expanded.

I will say for writers or aspiring writers Stephanie Meyers does have a style that is very clear and draws the reader in. In the first two stories she did leave Bella as a blank slate making it easier for the reader to slip into her shoes but also making the character more of an outline than an actual person. Depending upon the genre and the audience this can work and it's interesting to see even if it's not necessarily enjoyed.

One person found this helpful. I really enjoyed this series. In fact I went back and purchased the audio editions.

The books FAR outshine the movies and the audio were very enjoyable.

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I found I didn't like Jacob even a little bit until the last book. I thought him petty, manipulative and had he been a real person wouldn't have been someone I would want around. The movies fell far short but part of that was the actress who portrayed Bella.

I found her stiff and jerky and unpleasing. Bella in the book was much easier to like.

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Audible Audiobook Verified Purchase. This is a review of the audio book. I had to return it as soon as I started. I do not enjoy performance books and this borders on it. I like a properly read and narrated audio book, and not some version where the conversations are acted out without accompanying written text. The first two books are read properly, but the Eclipse and Breaking Dawn audio books use two voice actors and edit out that part of the narrative normally used to describe the nuances of the spoken voices.

That's abridged, in my opinion. Paperback Verified Purchase. Every single one of the books in this beloved series is absolutely stunning!

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This fourth and last one wraps everything up in a very satisfying way, while delivering a solid story in Meyer's signature style, which is so riveting, it continues to gain new fans for the series even though this edition of the last book was published in The last movie was shown in theaters in November of that year. Edward and Bella's storybook wedding at the Cullen house, and their subsequent honeymoon on a lush tropical island off the coast of Brazil Carlisle's gift to his wife, Esme , mark the very romantic beginning of the novel.

Everything is deceptively peaceful Then Bella becomes pregnant, thus setting off the novel's central conflict, for the child grows very quickly, putting her life in danger. Edward and Jacob both want her to have an abortion. She refuses, enlisting Rosalie's help in keeping that from happening.

Of course I loved this novel! The details involved, Meyer's meticulous care to make sure all threads were neatly tied up in the end, are nothing short of masterful! As was apparent from the very first book, her characters are thoroughly fleshed-out, her settings beautifully described, and each event in the story seamlessly leads up to the next.

Bella finally comes into her own in this novel. All her clumsiness is gone; she is now as graceful as a gazelle. And, as a newborn vampire, she's also stronger than even Emmett, easily beating him in several arm-wrestling contests, much to his chagrin. Yet, she's still the Bella that all of us fans have come to know and love, who is heroically self-sacrificing, deeply cherishes her loved ones, and who now turns into a fierce protector of her unusually gifted daughter.

One of the things I especially admired in this novel was Meyer's depiction of a young woman who resolutely refuses to abort her baby, even though the pregnancy endangers her life. This is evidence of Meyer's very strong pro-life stance, with which I wholeheartedly agree. It's also beautiful to see how all the members of the Cullen family do everything in their power to make Bella comfortable during her unusual pregnancy.

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In fact, the Saga's overarching theme is the sanctity of human life. The Cullens, just like the Quileute werewolves, are totally committed to protecting humans at any cost, each in their own way. Life is inextricably entangled with love, and this love is a living force that, in turn, makes life precious. The setting of Forks -- which, in this book, is the only location in which all the action takes place -- is perfect for the unfolding drama.

The lush, green forests, the meadows, the almost permanently cloudy skies Furthermore, Forks is where it all began, in the first book, so this last novel brings everything full circle back again. I think that Meyer's solution to the love triangle of Edward, Bella, and Jacob, which took central stage in the third novel, Eclipse, is absolutely brilliant.

It's clear evidence of her inventive power, and ties things up very nicely. Some have criticized it as being a little creepy, but I totally disagree. Yes, it's unusual, and totally unexpected. But that's precisely why it's so very perfect.

Also, it allows Jacob to go back to being Bella's best friend, which is what he was to her in Twilight, as well as at the beginning of New Moon, the second novel in the series. In other novels, such triangles have usually been resolved through the violent death of one of the people involved.

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