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Breaking Dawn Film Tie-In Part 2: The Complete Novel Paperback – 25 Sep 2012

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  • Paperback: 720 pages
  • Publisher: Atom; Film tie-in edition edition (25 Sept. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1907411895
  • ISBN-13: 978-1907411892
  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 5.3 x 21.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,630 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,489,140 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Stephenie Meyer graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in English Literature and now lives with her husband and three sons in Arizona. Her debut novel Twilight and the sequels New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn are all international bestsellers.

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The complete fourth book from the teen vampire romance series that has proved to be an international publishing phenomenon, with film poster from Breaking Dawn Part 2!

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Y. Cheri on 6 Oct. 2010
Format: Paperback
I never thought I would read a vampire romance in a million years, but my friends kept urging me to read them! So I did! I really enjoyed Twilight book one, it was like a contemporary Pride and Prejudice with blood! As a reader, Meyer has a way of drawing you into Bella and Edward's romance. When I was reading the book, I couldn't stop thinking about Bella and Edward. I would lie awake at night trying to work out how it's going to end. I admire B & E's passion, loyalty and belief in their love. When I started reading New Moon, I fell in love with Jacob. He was like the antithesis of Edward - vibrant, cheeky and alive! I think he became a much stronger character in the series than Edward towards the end. Personally, I found Edward's obsession with Bella disturbing, but in Breaking Dawn, he became smaller and weaker. Anyway, why am I going on about the earlier books when I am supposed to be reviewing Breaking Dawn? That's the thing, as a fan, I was disappointed with the last book. I think it went down hill after the wedding! I was a bit disappointed when I found out who Jacob's soulmate was going to be in the story. It was a bit weak, I was hoping more of a Bridges of Madison County thing where Jacob ends up being alone just because no one else would do for him - it's Bella or nothing! Jacob was so ready to die for Bella in the three earlier books and then he suddenly changes track Breaking dawn, it just doesn't make sense. As a reader, you just don't warm towards Renesmee. I also felt the whole Bella pregnancy thing was too much like Mia Farrow-Rosemary's baby scenario? It was a little creepy for me! I wasn't sure why and how Rosalie became Bella's protector in this final book. Anyway, I ended up reading the last part of the book really quickly just because I wanted to finish it. If you are a Twilight fan, you will want to read Breaking Dawn because it tells you if Bell chooses life or love, but be warned, it won't quench your thirst!
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220 of 240 people found the following review helpful By Barbara Hughes-hudson on 13 Jan. 2009
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OKay, so I am 27 years old and was an original "I am not bothered about some tortured teenage romance story! I am a Grown Up!"....but once I read Twilight I was hooked. I have now read all 4 of the series and Breaking Dawn was the best. In Eclipse we left off with Bella & Edward arranging their Marriage (well, Alice was) and were looking forward to seeing them live Happily ever after....Forever. Simple....or so we thought. The book is split into 3 parts, first Bella's story, then Jacob's, then back to Bella. There is a huge reason for this and I don't want to spoil too much but anyone who has read Eclipse probably already has an idea about why this is the case. It's a great twist! I expected (there's a clue) the first part of the plot but the second hit me like a juggernaut!! It was sensational...and also made complete sense...why did I not see it before!!! I couldn't put this down! This book also reveals the extent of Bella's strength as a Human and more and how her and Edward were meant to be more than ever. To say I am nearly 30 years old has me slightly ashamed of how passionate I am about this "teenage" series but then I thought what the heck! It's an old fashioned love story with a new modern edge...a Romeo & Juliet with Vampires & Werewolves instead of Motagues & Capulets. For anyone who is still not sure about the whole series I urge you to continue until you have reached the end of the Twilight's one you won't want to miss!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Frances on 11 July 2013
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"My life and his were twisted into a single strand. Cut one, and you cut both. If he were gone, I would not be able to live through that. If I were gone, he wouldn't live through it, either."
Breaking Dawn, Stephanie Meyer

Breaking Dawn, by Stephanie Meyer, is the final book in the Twilight tetralogyand is twice the size of all the other books. Breaking Dawn continues Bella and Edward's story from the previous three books in the series. There is a small gap between the end of Eclipse and the start of Breaking Dawn, and other than wedding preparation, not much has happened. The first third of the book documents Bella and Edward's wedding and their honeymoon to a tropical island. Edward keeps his promise to take Bella's virginity after they are married, and surprise, surprise, Bella becomes pregnant. This is no ordinary pregnancy either. Within a few days, Bella has a large bump, which would usually take months to grow in a normal pregnancy.

There was far too much of Bella and Edward's wedding and the honeymoon. I really think this needed to be condensed into one or two chapters. It felt like the author should know all these details, but should have edited the majority out. It was boring, and I just didn't care! The honeymoon part was not only boring, but also painful. Bella persuades a reluctant Edward to take her virginity, which he does. In the morning, Bella is bruised and the room is in disarray. Edward vows that he will not have sex with her again while she is human because it's too dangerous. Bella then spends so much time trying to persuade Edwardto have sex again that she is actually begging him. What is that? It is so degrading to read about a woman begging a man for sex. I shudder just recalling it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By BS on 24 July 2013
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Ok, so you're maybe thinking that if I find the book so bad why am I on the 4th and final book of the series? Well the Twilight series is the thing everyone's talking about; some love it, some hate it, but half of those that hate it have not even picked up any of the books and just hop onto the bandwaggon. I decided that I can only hate it after I've read the books. I also love reading, I think books should be read sometimes, regardless of if you like them.

There really is not much to the entire series and I could write better than Meyer even when I was pre-GCSE. The entire series just seem to be based on how hot Edward is, so much so that in one of the books, (I can't even remember which now, they just merge into one long awful mess) when Edward leaves for a few months, she has nothing to write about and subsequently just writes the months on each page to show the passing of time before Bella's beloved returns and she can cream over him again. The only good thing about the book is that it's the end of the series!

Don't get me wrong, maybe I read it at the wrong time in my live and I would've liked it if I was a tween looking for something to idolize but Meyer has completely destroyed what people think of as vampires. Please, regardless of your age, just go and read something like Dracula instead.
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