Breaking Dawn (Hardback)
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Short Description for Breaking Dawn The fourth book in the New York Times bestselling vampire romance series that has developed a cult following among teens
- Published: 24 May 2008
- Format: Hardback 768 pages
- ISBN 13: 9781905654284 ISBN 10: 1905654286
- Sales rank: 744
Reviews for Breaking Dawn
Quite possibly the worst book I've ever read
This is one of the wost books that I have ever had the unfortune of reading. Bella is a sad, weak female charater, who can't live with out her magical "Edward". Shephanie Meyer seems to have no clue how to write and the whole thing is filled with meaningless descriptions and ovious cases of Theasaurus rape. In the end to add on the all the necrophelia that has graces us through out the book we have a nice little dash of pedophelia too.
Why, oh why was this ever published?
If you are obsessed with the series I highly sugest you give it another read, more critically this time then realise how badly it is written and go read something better. by Holly Anne
WHY,BOOK DEPOSITARY,WHY IS THIS SERIES IN THE CHILDREN'S BOOKS CATEGORY???WHY? by Petya Birant
- Top review
Thrilling and Enchanting!
I was quite excited to start the last book of the Twilight series. This book is split into three parts.
The first and the last part are told from Bella's perspective while the second is told from Jacob Black's perspective. From wedding, honeymoon , it just doesn't get easier for Bella Swan- Cullen.
You'll get to read more vampire and their history as well. The dreaded Volturi Coven is back in the scene, with amazing revelations at the end. Another page turner book, worth to read. by R.D-Diaz
Finished 4 books in 4 days! My eyes are drooping but my mind is that of a living vampire with vivid images of Bella & Edward still running through it. What will i do after Twilight? Maybe get some sleep before hubby complains. But not yet, i'm craving for more Midnight Sun, and so i'm appeasing my thirst with more EPOV fanfiction on the net. Dear Stephenie Meyer, please continue writing the Twilight saga beyond 4 books for your millions of entranced fans. by Kim
Stephenie Meyer, if you read this review, please PLEASE write another couple of books for this series.... there are two more books that could be added to this series from the threads left in this final book... I so enjoyed this series of books that I've had a hard time putting them down. I'm 40 years old and just LOVED them. Thank you so much for taking the usual vampire, werewolf story and putting a noval twist on it - so different and so unique (it was very refreshing). It really has left me wanting more. The movie of Twilight was great, and I can't wait for the release of New Moon later this year. Thanks for a truely wonderful story, the romance and suspence of the books was fantastic, not to mention a stir of the emtions as well! Loved it, loved it, loved it. by Angela McGregor
i like, didnt like the book cause it was really boring cause it just ruined the whole series. i dunno y. AND, its too happy. i mean cmon! nobodys TAT happy!
n also, i like, didnt like it how bella ditched jacob. n yeah. cause jacob is cool. TEAM JACOB!!!
n also, i dont like bella. dunno y.
DISCLAIMER: omg um this isnt courtz, this is my really rude friend! I love breaking dawn!!! by courtzunder review
I have just finishedreading the entire Twighlight Series; it took me 4 days, I could not put them down and was amazed at the emotion that they stirred within me. Breaking Dawn was an emotional rollercoaster with love, passion and fear all churning together. Just when I though Edward and Bella were destined to be happy 'forever', it all started to fall apart. I was on edge for the rest of the book, unable to predict (I normally can) the twists and turns that the stor would take. This is an amazing book and I would go so far as to say it is the best of the four. It gives fantastic end to a beautiful love story. I am 32 years of age and have thoroughly enjoyed these books and feel that they can be enjoyed by both young adult and adult audiences. I am just looking forward to hearing Edwards point of view in 'Midnight Sun.' by joline whalen