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Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer
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Aug 18, 2008

did not like it
bookshelves: young-fiction
Recommended for: anyone who just needs to finish the series.
Read in August, 2008

At times good-other times annoying. All around okay.
I found it odd that this book was broken up into three seperate books. I mean, why wait until the end of the series to dabble in different perspectives? It does, however make it easier for me to express my thoughts on this book:
Book 1-Bella
On par for the series. It runs the task of brushing through parts of what everyone has been waiting and waiting to happen, though expressed in uncomfortably explicite moments (i.e. breaking the headboard, and ripping pillows with by teeth.....high schoolers have enough unreal expectations to contend with).
Book 2-Jacob
Close to needless. In all reality this portion could have been cut down to 3-5 chapters and come across a good deal more interesting.
Book 3-Bella
This one is like eating saltwater taffy. Rush of flavor and sugary goodness at first, takes a long time to get through, and slightly unsatisfying in the end.

One last thing. Renesmee=Lame. I like Carlie a lot better, and it fits better too, seeing as Carlisle and Charlie played much more integral parts in her later life.

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