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1.0 out of 5 stars Going to leave such a bad impression on your children., 2 Feb 2011
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This review is from: Breaking Dawn: Twilight, Book 4: 4/4 (Twilight Saga) (Paperback)
Review for the whole series: Bella, for some reason, has girls look up to her despite the fact that she's a totally useless slut who doesn't get any consequences for her actions.

Her boy friend dumped her, she threatened to kill herself and she got him back.

She leads on her best friend until he falls in love with her and carries on seeing him casually despite the fact that she KNOWS he's not over her and needs time to recover, instead she's selfish and constantly comes over and brings up Edward any time she has a chance, which is obviously tearing him to pieces. What a cold hearted, self centered, cock tease of bitch.

She has NO goals in life what so ever. She doesn't go to college because she thinks she's ready for mother hood a just nineteen years old, which is fine because she's completely dependent on her boyfriends families money. She's destined to literally do nothing besides be Edwards sex toy.

Why does she love him? Because he's pretty.
Why does he give even half a c**p about her? Because she's smells good and he can't hear her thoughts.

Any girl that wishes to be her, God forbid they reproduce at any point.

She eventually decides to agree to marry Edward (despite the fact that she's been obsessed to the point of hallucinations and attempted suicide through out new moon so she shouldn't have given it even a 2nd thought before saying yes)and then snogs Jacob and Edward isn't even angry about it. She throughout Eclipse bargained letting Edwards marry her in exchange for sex and eternal youth. What a whore.

Edward breaks her truck to stop her seeing Jacob. I mean if he was doing it for Jacobs sake then I could understand, since all those two needed to do was have a proper conversation and stop hissing and crying in the rain over a silly girl, but instead he makes up pathetic excuses saying he's protecting her. No he's not, and when it comes to breaking someones vehicle just to keep them from seeing someone, that's not 'over-protective' and 'sweet' it's called 'possessive' and 'borderline abuse'. In saying that, I can see why Edward would want to hurt her considering she's SO pathetic you would make any excuse you can just to knock her clear across the room into a table just to see if the thump will knock some sense into her. And maybe some personality too.

And I'm not even going to get STARTED on sexism and racism otherwise Ill be here all night. I'm sure someone else will have mentioned that anyway. You should be ashamed if you let your children read this book without going through it with them and pointing out the abuse relationship that Bell and Edwards share. Point out how Bella the only time Bella is not thinking purely about herself and how unworthy she is, she thinking about how great Edward is and actually sees it as an honor to be with him. This is a terrible series and it breaks my heart that vast majority of impressionable girls think that this is what real love is. S.Meyer is a terrible writer who should be disgusted at herself.
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