Breaking Dawn book review
By: Stephanie Meyer
2008; 768 pages
"Breaking Dawn" is the fourth, and final, book in Stephanie Meyer's Twilight saga. In this review, I'm not going to convince you to read the book. You either will based on the other books in the series, or you won't.
I had some things I liked and didn't like about this book in the series, so I'm going to address them here. SPOILER ALERT!
It didn't feel as if this story tied in as well with the other books in the series. "Breaking Dawn" went in a completely different direction (that before this book had no motivation).
I did like the chapter headings when Jacob was narrating. They were hilarious. But, I have to admit, I didn't care for his narration as much. This could be because I was used to Bella, or because it took me awhile to warm up to Jacob. In fact, I don't know that I did until midway through this book.
I also didn't like how everyone was so pessimistic throughout the entire novel. For me there has to be someone, even if it's just one person who believes that things will turn out well.
Overall, I liked the book. I'm very sad to see the Twilight series end. And I really look forward to "Midnight Sun". Please finish it Meyer! I know that some people in this world think more about themselves and what they will gain than what is important to others...but please don't let that get you down. (To find out what I'm talking about click here.)
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