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  • Hardcover: 702 pages
  • Publisher: Atom (4 Aug 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1905654286
  • ISBN-13: 978-1905654284
  • Product Dimensions: 14.4 x 6 x 22 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,532 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 34,802 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 sexiest vampire tale for years arrived in Stephenie Meyer's Twilight, about teenage Bella's chaste romance with a beautiful vampire boy. Their intensely erotic feelings are endangered by more predatory types. Guaranteed to suck in sulky 13+ girls for hours.' The Times "Will keep readers madly flipping the pages of Meyer's tantalizing debut." Publishers Weekly

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The fourth book in the New York Times bestselling vampire romance series that has developed a cult following among teens

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Hazelnut tree on 22 Jan 2014
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I bought this train wreck of a novel simply because I had to finish the saga once I had started reading it. However, I did think that it would at least tie up all loose ends and finish with the epic battle that had been promised. It didn't. This book was somehow even worse than the others in the series. Meyer seems to find something about incredibly creepy men attractive, which was first hinted at in Twilight when Edward showed his true colours as an overprotective stalker, and is now confirmed as Jacob imprints on an infant. The messages against abortion and sex before marriage were overwhelming, as was the ridiculous amount of pointless angst. Book one seemed to be entirely comprised of proclamations of undying love and pointless arguments that almost always ended with Bella crying and begging for something or other. Which brings me onto Bella. I find it disturbing that so many people see Bella Swan as a good role model, when she is really just a spineless, selfish idiot. Throughout the series there are times when Edward acts like a control freak and Bella just takes it without even trying to stand up for herself, yet there are almost no situations when she acts like a normal person and tells Edward to stop treating her like a toddler. The only time she ever got close to doing this, she started to feel bad and apologized! Anyway, enough ranting. So, book one begins with Bella driving a car that she almost crashes, and complaining about Edward buying her stuff. Once she gets home, she remembers when she told her parents that she was marrying Edward. They were both pretty much ok with it, and all the complications that could have made the story better were avoided. The next day there is a wedding, where we meet the other horrible, manipulative man in Bella' s life, Jacob Black.Read more ›
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218 of 237 people found the following review helpful By Barbara Hughes-hudson on 13 Jan 2009
Format: Paperback
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 Journey....it's one you won't want to miss!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Me on 23 July 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
The first book was quite enjoyable in a teenagey way. The next three were ok (ish) but this one was frankly just pants! It was boring and far too slow-paced. I don't need action all the time, but this book was not well enough written to be able to get away with so little happening. The first bit by Bella was ok, although all that nonsense about her amazing car, perfect wedding etc. didn't do it for me (where do the Cullen's get all their money from by the way? Only Carlise works and they have to keep moving around and changing their ID etc and yet they're unbelievably rich!)

Sorry for the realism, but this whole idea of Jacob imprinting on a baby/young girl is just frankly uncomfortable and disturbing. The author made a big deal of it not being sexual but let's face it, he's about 17 and she's just a child and he's fully intending to marry her etc When she gets older? And she gets no choice in this? Just sounds like grooming to me. Quite apart from the fact that I don't see how a werewolf would imprint on a half-vampire; its arch enemy. I thought they didn't even like the smell of each other.

And while we're on the topic of disturbing, I actually find the whole Edward/Bella thing a bit weird as well. She's not a child, but what on earth does an old vampire want with a teenage girl? What exactly have they got in common? Maybe I'm going too far, but I can't help thinking that at the age of 37, I wouldn't be interested in some teenager, so why on earth would he be when he's over a hundred? If he wasn't a vampire, people would say "yuck" and assume she was after his money and he was kidding himself. Is it really ok just because he's undead?

I didn't like the Jacob chapter at all. He was annoying and immature.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Lamb on 2 Feb 2009
Format: Hardcover
I wasn't going to write a review seen as there is 200+ already and at first 'Breaking Dawn' seems like an ok read but I can totally understand why there are so many bad reviews. I finished it and a friend asked me if she would like it and I honestly told her no (which I was sad about because Eclipse was good) I also couldn't exactly explain how I felt about Breaking Down but someone stated in their review that it left them deflated, which I now realise is a perfect discription for the way I felt.
Bella and Edward's personality's (which they didn't have much of before) seem to completely disappear and Jacob's imprinting on a new born baby is just plain wrong. Most of the Cullen family are barely in the book and they seem to just accept that they can't win against the Volturi,theres no fight in them. I'm not going to carry on as others have stated the faults with this book better than I have and in more depth but I will say when your reading the book, don't think about it too hard.
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