I think that the Twilight series is amazing! The love story of Edward and Bella pulls me right in, and can keep me entertained for hours. I personally really don't get why some people don't enjoy this series. Breaking Dawn is the last book in the series, and I think it is the best out of all four of the books. In the last book, Edward and Bella get married, go on an amazing honeymoon, have a baby, and get a little visit from the Vultouri. I'm going to let you read the book to find out the details, but all in all this was an amazing book!
Breaking Dawn wasn't my favorite out of the four Twilight books, but I still really enjoyed it. It was a great book to tie up the series. Stephenie Meyer did a twist by showing Jacob's point of view, unlike her other books where it is just Bella's. Although I think readers are so used to Bella's point of view, that they prefer her's over Jacob's, and found Jacob's hard to concentrate on. But that was the only way to keep Jacob in the book, I think. Although I did not like the ending: The Happily Ever After. It was sort of cheesy, I have to admit. It makes sense, though you still want more! Teens should definately try this. I can't stop reading this series!
This final installment of the Twilight series was not the best of the bunch. If you've made it this far in the series, you will enjoy the book but it doesn't have the heart of the first book or the character development of the third one. Some of the story lines were far fetched (even for a vampire/werewolf book).
I am a huge Twilight fan and when I finished Breaking Dawn I was wanting more Twililght saga novels because I know that this is the final book in the series and it makes me sad that I will not have any more opertunies to read about Edward Bella and Renessmee. For the final book though I though that it was very suspensful and it lives up to all the raves I have heard from my friends who read the book prior to me have said. I can't wait untill the last two movies now to see if they live up to the book because in my opion that will be very hard to do. So in closing I highly recommed this book to every Twihard like me it won't disapoint you.
Personally I believe breaking dawn is a great book. There is love hate pain anguish and every other emotion in the spectrum. Right in the beginning it starts with passion between a husband and a wife. After the couples very “sensual” honeymoon, Bella finds out that she is pregnant with Edward’s (her husband) child. But there is one twist to this situation. Edward is not a normal person. He is a vampire. Which means the child is also a vampire. This book puts a different spin on vampires though. Vampires are no longer the dark evil characters they were before. Now vampires sparkle in the sun and some vampires hunt animals for their blood instead of humans. With the curse they are granted superhuman abilities they are smarter faster and stronger than any human. The leaders of all vampires the volturi find out that a human is pregnant with a vampire child and threatens that they will kill the child and Bella in the process. Edward and his family recruit many other vampires and even some werewolves to help them defend Bella. But while all this activity is going on Bella is being killed by the child inside her. As she is giving birth she is sure to die so Edward quickly injects his venom into her to start the changing process of her becoming a vampire. A couple weeks later she wakes up from the coma caused by the venom and she is ten fold of what she was before. In the end Bella ends up saving the day with the help of all of her friends and family. This book definetly has made a mark upon the world. It is obviously popular nationwide at least and has made millions. This book is mostly suggested for women. It is quite a love story but there is plenty action for any male readers. Id give this book an 8 out of 10.
I thought the Book 1, Book 2, and Book 3 part got a little confusing. The most boring part of Breaking Dawn is when it turns to Jacob's point of view. It should've stayed with Bella's point of view because it was the most interesting part of the book and with out reading Bella's side, we (the readers) could n't really understand how Bella was feeling. It could also be complicated for younger readers to realize the book was switching point of views from Bella to Jacob back to Bella again.
I thought it would be better. And it could have been too. I think the book was good not fantastic. Breaking Dawn doesn't catch your eye as much as Twilight, New Moon, or Eclipse, but it was great to read. I did enjoy the detail. With all the details, I could imagine what was happening in my head.
I personally thought the Twilight Saga was not as good as the Harry Potter series, but was still good to read.
This series got worse and worse. I liked Book 1, but wasn't really interested in Bella's self-doubt-complete-lack-of-self-esteem complex by the end of the second book. What kind of message does this send to young girls? Bella and Edward's relationship is not even close to healthy. However, not liking to quit in the middle of things, I kept reading...
Book 4 was as anti-climatic as a book can be. All of that build up towards the fight of the millenium and not a single scratch on anyone (ok, sorry Irina, you might have got a bit more than that). I am glad this is the last book because, if there was a Book 5 and it it followed the general downward trend of the series, there is no way I could finish it.
If you want to read a vampire book, stick to Anne Rice.