Breaking Dawn is the last (and the longest) instalment of the overhyped Twilight franchise. Not the most captivating of novel beginnings, this book is opened by Bella and her terrible driving, recklessly navigating her way to a gas station to load her fabulously expensive car with fuel. For no reason, Bella is lavished with presents she hates or doesn't ask for - again, this is an unexplained channel running through all of the books.
Internally, Bella is going through turmoil at the prospect of marrying the 120 year old 'love of her life', the sappy Edward Cullen, one of the most unlikable male characters recorded in story history. Edward is overprotective, creepy, forceful and has no… Read more