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Review of Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyers

Book review By: E Lousa

This is my review of the book Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyers.

Submitted:Oct 4, 2009    Reads: 162    Comments: 7    Likes: 0   

I thought that Breaking Dawn was a great book with extrodinary detail, great wordchoice, and a very interesting topic. My favorite part of the book is when Bella had her baby, Renesme. It was very intense and descriptive. I kept asking myself "What is going to happen next?" and "Will she die?" and a million other questions. However, when I read that part 2 of the book was switching to Jacob's point of view, I was a little dissapointed. I wish it was told rather in Edward's point of view or maybe even Alice's. For some reason I thought it would have been more interesting that way. I liked how it was told in 1st person all the way through, because each time you could really get into being Bella and Jacob. It was almost as if I was actually there. And when Stephenie described Renesme, I thought she was the cutest baby ever. I thought how she aged faster and her special power was really cool, too. However, I'm not going to give the rest away, but this has to be the best series I've ever read in my life, so I highly recommend reading the Twilight Saga!


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