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Nach einer Traumhochzeit reisen Bella und Edward in die Flitterwochen. Als sie sich endlich ihrem Begehren hingeben, geschieht, was unmöglich schien: Bella wird schwanger. Das womöglich monströse Wesen in ihrem Bauch wächst rasant. Während Bella. Breaking Dawn – Biss zum Ende der Nacht, Teil 1 (Originaltitel: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1) ist der erste Teil des US-amerikanischen Films des. Breaking Dawn – Biss zum Ende der Nacht – Teil 2 (Originaltitel: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2) ist der zweite Teil der Verfilmung von Stephenie. Biss zum Ende der Nacht. Band 4: mattekarlsson.se: Stephenie Meyer, Sylke Hachmeister: Bücher. Breaking Dawn – Biss zum Ende der Nacht – Teil 1. 1 Std. 57 Min.​Romantische Filme. Das Leben als frisch vermähltes Paar haben sich Bella und​.

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Anyway, onwards to the review! Oh the memories. The angsty teen memories. They're all flooding back. It should come as no surprise that I have a dark and dangerous past - I was a Twihard.

I loved this series with every beat of my teenage heart. I had a poster, I had a vegetarian vampire shirt, I had a themed birthday party, and worst of all I did this to a book: I can't even open it anymore for fea Ohhh yeah, I went there check out the video to see all my unpopular opinions I had a poster, I had a vegetarian vampire shirt, I had a themed birthday party, and worst of all I did this to a book: I can't even open it anymore for fear of the pages falling out and the spine splintering And now ten years later , I'm revisiting the series to see how my opinion's changed over the last decade.

For the most part, I still am pleasantly pleased by how much I enjoyed rereading. I very nearly memorized the series as a teen so during the reread, it was nice to see the scenes with fresh eyes after all this time.

It was like visiting an old friend. The Wizard of Oz? You need a brain? You need a heart? Go ahead, take mine. Take everything I have. That werewolf needed a firm kick in the teeth.

AND for the first time I noticed how conveniently and absolutely perfect everything worked out for Bella.

The sheer amount of coincidences drove me a bit bonkers: And then we continued blissfully into this small but perfect piece of our forever.

We could finally get those super-cute moments with the Cullen Family. Lots and Lots of filler-fluff. She's the calmest newborn in centuries, she makes leaps and bounds with her gift and has a super adorable precocious child.

It's verging on Mary-Sue territory. Stop being so… optimistic. Most notably, the series' end wasn't as all-consuming and life-altering as I remembered it being.

I still enjoyed the series but it just doesn't hold to my memory. I guess that's a product of growing up.

I'm a bit disappointed about that. Ah well. It's still a four-star-er in my book - here's to nostalgia and memories!

Audiobook Comments For such a popular book, you'd think the audio would be a bit better. The female voice done by Ilyana Kadushin for Bella's parts didn't have enough variation in tone - especially when she did male characters.

The guy voice done by Matt Walters was a bit better for the distinction but sounded wooden throughout the book. View all 75 comments.

Shelves: fantasy , romance , chick-lit , young-adult. I was so disenchanted with Eclipse I wasn't excited for this read, but I had to know how it ends.

I held off judgment in hopes that the conclusion would redeem the series. The verdict? Hard-to-swallow soap opera. A car crash you can't stop staring at in hopes that something salvageable comes out of the wreckage.

But nothing does. So bad I started taking notes on all the plot holes because I couldn't keep track. What happened to the story that captured the hearts of girls everywhere?

You can't fal I was so disenchanted with Eclipse I wasn't excited for this read, but I had to know how it ends.

You can't fall in love with your characters so much you save them from the dilemma you created: the impossibilities of vampire and human love, the instinctual need to destroy between vampires and werewolves, the girl who has to choose between two boys in opposing worlds, the boy who gets left out, the girl who has to make massive sacrifices for her choice.

You can't save them from the plot by taking it all back and saying "never mind the rules I created, you can all have it all without giving anything up for it.

As an author, you have a responsibility to your story, your characters, your fans, even yourself as a creator, to let the story be. I recommend you write your own ending.

Or better yet since I'm not really a fan of fan fiction , take your book back and get your money back. If everyone does, maybe Meyer will pretend it was a big joke and rewrite a plausible ending to the saga.

Maybe this time her editor and copy editor will actually read it. What I expected from this story: 1.

The big dilemma. In Eclipse Meyer finally showed the downfall of vampire life. Bella has to give up her family, the potential of her own family, her friendship with Jacob, and the ease of human life out in the open.

Most importantly she takes on the internal moral struggle of an instinct to kill, of being a monster. This is serious sacrifice and I wanted to see some soul searching, some grieving, some preparation for death from Bella.

Vampire sex. Vampire trying not to kill human sex. Newborn vampire with unquenchable passion sex. No harlequin romance graphic, but like Twilight explored kissing, exploring how they could possibly do that.

One scary newborn vampire. Murderous screaming during the transition after a bite from Edward to save her from death. The rage, the passion, the strength, and most importantly the thirst, the unquenchable thirst, that overpowers all that is human.

I wanted to see Bella going after a human, preferably someone she knows, and have to be restrained. I wanted to see the true monster that is vampire take shape before learning to control the beast.

A good showdown. Eclipse robbed us of the vampire battle. I didn't care if it was the Volturi coming after Bella or the werewolves after Edward.

I just wanted a good fight from all the buildup to one and I wanted people to die because a battle without death isn't realistic , maybe even Jacob sacrificing for Bella.

Isn't killing the vein of their existence? I expected some death. But alas that is not the story. I think I may have to start denying I've ever read the Twilight saga.

I was going to buy the boxed set if for nothing else for a pretty addition to my bookshelf, but now I'm truly embarrassed to have read the series.

The rest of my review has spoilers. This is not Jacob's story. This is Bella and Edward's story and Jacob is a distraction.

I'm sorry that you like him too much to hurt him, but that doesn't mean you have to ruin the story for him, much less give him half the book.

Making Bella still love him hurts them all, makes her self-centered, and Edward seem an indulgent parent with a whiny brat he can't say no to.

It diminishes their love to volley back and forth. Everyone I love together? I don't buy it. Bella said goodbye to Jacob in Eclipse ; leave it at that.

Sacrifice for Edward. That's love. Bella's treatment of Edward and Jacob is only as infuriating as his indulgence of it.

His idea for resolution of her nudger gag! For a second I thought Meyer was going to go down that road and I was sickened. How in anyone's mind is offering your wife up to another man shows undying love is beyond me.

It is sick and wrong. And how is insemination gross or worse that pimping her out? How can Bella never consider Edward's worry for her?

She knows how she'd feel if he died. Bella seemed more like Wanda in The Host : trying to portray her as too kind which is just blindly selfish.

She should have written The Host after and not confused the stories or writing style. The characters have wandered so far from their original shells that I couldn't branch this story to the magic of Twilight.

Where were Edward and Bella? And the rest of the Cullens? The way Meyer transfers Jacob from one obsession to another while not extreme to be pedophile is still creepy, much worse considering Jacob's comment about seeing Bella naked or that Bella's eyes caused the imprint.

This is not a southern joke where your father is your uncle and your grandpa too. It doesn't excuse Bella's unhealthy possession of him and it doesn't smooth over the hatred with Edward.

My brother, my son? His intrusion in the happy family of three was beyond grating. He doesn't get a say in how that child is raised.

And is Renesmee seriously supposed to grow up and love a guy who raised her? That's disturbing. Why couldn't Jacob and Leah be happy together instead of Meyer making all of her relationships the older man with a young girl?

The story was going that way, but Meyer had reserved this sick end for Jacob she found romantic so she forced it onto the story.

Werewolf imprint on vampire hybrid? That makes no sense, especially after Leah's discussion about imprinting on the best mate to keep the race alive.

As much as I didn't like the extent Jacob was in the book, the other vampires were more disappointing.

All the old albeit shallow side characters were replaced with a freak show. I thought this was a book about vampires not superheros?

The abundant "rare" gifts got more ridiculous from one to the next--at least the original gifts connected to human traits.

And the flaws. Alice's ineptitude at her visions was not consistent. Bella's "holes" didn't make sense. How could Jasper affect her if she's that strong?

Why couldn't Edward hear her inside her bubble? Everything about all these extra vampires was just wrong. Hundreds of vampires on a feeding frenzy without the Volturi reducing numbers didn't make sense.

She should have stuck to developing the Cullens. And Bella. The second half was so out of character I couldn't take that disjointed leap with her.

I was so disappointed with the lengthy Volturi scene, the only thing with any hope of excitement that only built and tiringly built and then fizzled.

These were the only vampires sold as creepy monsters and while their mafia-type support didn't make sense, I still expected them to act out the role.

They didn't deliver. The story was so far gone by that point, I half expected the spawn of Satan and by that I mean Renesmee to destroy the Volturi alone.

It didn't resolve anything and only put them in graver danger but she still shoved a happily ever after down our throats.

Vampires dead humans with extra chromosomes? Beyond the complications of sex for those reasons which I wouldn't have questioned if that's as far as it went or the likelihood of Rosemary's baby, don't turn the monster into an angel more werewolf than vampire.

It's a confusing stretch. You know in soap operas where babies get in the way of the storyline so they magically grow up so the parents don't have to deal with childhood?

Sacrifice is what gives you undying love for children; they are not convenient plot ideas. Nothing about that child made sense and I thought Nessie, considering its monster ties, was a vast improvement on a ridiculous name.

And Edward Jacob for a boy is not sweet. It's obscenely selfish. The point at which I started hating this book was when Bella didn't even act like a vampire.

Not being a newborn vampire is not a gift, particularly for a vampire who needs a myriad of other gifts to save the story. It's an excuse to not have your characters suffer.

But instead of making characters stronger, it weakens them. It robs them. It robs us of a good story. You can't soften that blow.

Hiding the pain of the bite from Edward robbed him of a chance for compassion--something dependent Bella would not do.

Turning to the person you love most in your worst hour is love, is what strengthens relationships. And how is Bella's human uterus so strong that only a vampire could cut through it with his teeth?

That was about the biggest joke in the book. Being a "soulless" newborn vampire isn't all Meyer cracked it up to be.

If it were, they never would have let a strong newborn go hunting with only one guardian. Since Bella was so easily distracted from a thirst that didn't seem all that powerful, there should have been some good loving in that forest.

Having the thirst that drives the series not phase her, diminishes its power and intrigue for all vampires, all the way back to Twilight.

Being a vampire isn't torture; it's fun. I want to be a superhero vampire. Sacrifice is what Bella knew she was undertaking when she picked Edward.

But she gave up nothing. Everything is twisted for the sake of convenience: children, newborn desire, imprinting, human family, death, special gifts, a cast of new vampires, everything.

Would a cop who detaches his daughter's battery so she doesn't sneak out plead "don't ask, don't tell" with the scary supernatural threatening his community and daughter?

The only reason this bogus aspect is even in the story is because Meyer couldn't bare for Bella to lose anything.

But if Edward, Bella, and Jacob are unrecognizable characters, why not Charlie? And if Charlie gets pulled into the story why not her mother?

I'm sure Meyer could have come with an implausible excuse for her too. Meyer tried to add plot twists, but couldn't commit to their consequences.

With all the conflict removed for Bella, there is no drama so Meyer tries to create it with ill-placed childish mood swings.

There are no monsters in the book. Vampires are sparkly happy supermodels. Werewolves are snuggly tame pets. Even the werewolf-vampire antagonism seems to have dissipated.

The head-butting between Rosalie and Jacob seems more personality conflict than the innate drive to destroy each other.

They all want to sit around the campfire and sing. Couldn't at least some Volturi sinister be burning in that fire? In a nutshell: part one: strange, part two: disgusting, part three: dull.

I'm appalled it has more stars than New Moon. I guess some girls care more about a happy story than a good one. I didn't buy the book and I still want my money back.

I feel robbed. Not having the guts to finish what you started not only ruins this book, but previous installments too.

I will give her this: she used a dictionary to add a few big words and she kept it clean. But I can't read her books anymore.

And I wish I could wash this one out of system. The saga had such potential and she killed it. View all 93 comments. When you create a book series, there tends to be an issue with the next book that comes out in the series having to be better than the last.

Of course that is always a possibility for stories such as Harry Potter, where the plot is laced through all of the books and leads to an ultimate climax and resolution in the final book.

Stephenie Meyer did not follow this example in any way, shape, or form. Instead of possibly creating an internal plot that would follow the entire series, every book has For her last attempt, strike 4 on my count, Meyer rides this train till there are no more tracks; taking the train, and all of it's passengers on a bumpy, uncomfortable, and unforgivable journey no one had prepared for.

The child's name itself is atrocious; I honestly hope no one loves this series enough to name their own child that, out of their "love for Stephenie Meyer.

Has she even mentioned children in this entire book series? Besides the fact that little mutant Nessie takes the entire stage, Bella's giving birth to a mutant that should not exist X-Men anyone?

Because otherwise, the story would have ended. Bella got married, Bella somehow someway got pregnant, Bella had a half-breed baby, Bella becomes a vampire, Jacob creepily imprints on said baby, and everyone lives freakishly happily ever after.

I shouldn't have to describe how horrific it is that the entire pages of the final novel is about a baby.

Bella seemed to move to Forks and somehow grow up in a year, getting married and having a baby, and living for forever with her ridiculously good-looking husband.

I understand that Bella made the choice for herself, doesn't mean I have to think it was a good one. Or a good example for young girls to follow.

I'm not going to step up on the soap box and preach about how many horrible morals this gives to girl's of today's generation after feminism has fought to get us this far because if they haven't read a cheap romance novel yet, they certainly will.

Guys looking to date girls of that generation should beware however. If you don't sparkle in the sun, devote every step you take and every move you make to her, and like to watch her sleep, you might not have much of a chance.

But, back to the story, cough, I mean lack thereof. The Volturi coming in deemed itself, once again, random and overreaching for Meyer.

As if she just wanted them to show up and have an epic battle, but it wasn't really epic and it didn't serve much of a point.

However, if I was a year-old vampire, I'm sure I'd be bored enough to care about someone as trivial as Bella Swan too. Only because I think Jacob was Meyer's best character.

He shall forever be known as the character with a personality. However, as Meyer had introduced me to Jacob, and gave me reason to like him, she also had the power to do the opposite.

Thank you, Stephenie Meyer for ruining one of the only realistic characters you created. His imprinting on little Nessie just put the icing on the shit-cake I had been eating for the past pages.

Why couldn't he have imprinted on a year-old alcoholic with an abusive husband and Meyer could give someone who needs saving a fighting chance by someone with super powers.

By this point, I was going to take an example from New Moon and jump off a cliff just to save myself from the rest of the book. But I didn't, and I should have.

The rest of the book was almost as boring and laughable as the first half, but at least the first half had gasp fade-to-black sensual scenes.

As many people have been saying, this book is exactly like 1, stories on FanFiction. And it would probably be pages less.

Robert Pattinson hates Twilight so much, it's hysterical. And let's not forget this: From the mouth of the guy who plays him.

Or these: And of course, the rest of the cast: Robert Pattinson hates Twilight so much, it's hysterical. Or these: And of course, the rest of the cast View all 54 comments.

It should have been a remixed trilogy! View all 13 comments. Sneha Love your podcast, Ariel. I was listening to it and I got a sudden urge to complete the series and I started reading it.

It's so boring! Now I'm stuck Love your podcast, Ariel. Chani Absolutely agree. Did NOT like the direction of this story at all!

All the magic just drained right out of it with this last installment. Jun 24, PM. It was even better than I even imagined. So many surprises!

I picked mine up at midnight when it was released and could hardly put it down. So first off The honeymoon was even better. Stephenie Meyer did an amazing job of writing a "tasteful" honeymoon scene.

It wasn't dirty at all. It was beautiful. You knew they were able to have sex and that there was a definate strong "intensity" during these moments but she didn't go into to Where do I begin?

You knew they were able to have sex and that there was a definate strong "intensity" during these moments but she didn't go into too many explicit details which leaves much to the imagination I loved the quote by Bella, "Why am I covered in feathers?

It was PG Plus they were married when it happened so that made it even better. I have to admit I was a little shocked she wrote the sex parts.

I didn't think she would go there but I am so glad she did because it just made the bond between Edward and Bella even stronger if that was even possible.

It was hot and sexy for sure! Does that make me a pervert? Oh who cares! It was amazing! So what I never dreamed of happening was a pregnancy!

This is when the story goes from pure happiness to total uncertainty and even sadness for some. Bella is adamant that she would keep the baby even though it was killing her, hoping she could keep her heart beating long enough so she could be turned into a vampire to save her.

I have never felt so horrible for Edward. To say he was in agony would be an understatement. Chapter 9 was very hard for me to read because Edward was in so much pain.

Pain he feels he deserves. I felt awful for him. Chapter I was literally shaking as I read it. She was dying. I was on the edge of my seat wondering if they would be able to save the baby and at the same time save her.

I am so happy I was wrong. One of my favorite parts from the chapter was when Jacob was giving Bella CPR after the baby was born….

Edward had a syringe in his hand-all silver, like it was made from steel. There was a tiny crunch as his blow broke my little finger.

In the same second, he shoved the needle straight into her heart. You could feel that at this moment Edward was very somber. He was turning the woman he loved into a vampire.

Something he had fought against for a long time because he didn't want her to have to give up any human experiences and eventually regret becoming a vampire.

Now he did it to save her. There was no other way. I wish I could have been in his head at this time though it would have been very depressing I'm sure.

Jacob too had to give in to letting her become a vampire to save her. So now not only was Bella changed into a vampire, but she was a mother and a wife.

So many changes so fast. Renesmee not fond of the name That name irritated me even more. I have to admit though it kinda freaked me out at first.

I don't blame Bella for wanting to tear him apart. Like me I don't think she could have ever imagined this happening. This event was so significant.

It released all the pain Jacob had to endure by being in love with Bella but knowing she would never be his. At the same time it tied him to her permanently.

He still loved her but in the way it should have always been. He loved her as a friend and nothing more.

She loved him as a brother like she always wanted. Everything was as it should be. So in the end the challenge was the Volturi. Changed a child into a vampire when really Renesmee was the biological child of Edward and Bella.

I cried the ugly kind, I was hysterical at a point when Edward and Bella said their quiet goodbyes to their daughter and Jacob when they thought they were about to die.

It was heart wrenching. It was so touching when Edward said to Jacob, "Goodbye Jacob, my brother Luckily in the end they were able to conquer because of Bella and her amazing gift to shield everyone she loved from the "special" gifts of the Volturi.

I thought it was wonderful to see Bella so powerful and strong. That for once she was able to be the protector instead of the one being protected.

She got to be the savior. This too made the unbreakable bond between her and Edward stronger.

Because of her they were able to beat the Volturi and save their daughter that they loved more than anything.

Their family was intact. One of my absolute favorite parts there are so many I have to say was at the end when Bella removes her "shield" so Edward can read her thoughts.

Edward was NOT expecting this. Not being able to all this time has driven him mad at times. Especially when it came to Jacob.

He always wondered if Bella made the right decision. Now he knows without a doubt that she always loved him and that nothing can or ever will change that.

Edward got to experience all the feelings she had for him as far back as she could remember. He can know now without a doubt that they truly belong together.

What a wonderful gift to give Edward. That Bella is one lucky vampire. I was so glad this book had the Happily Ever After ending.

Especially after all the horrible things that have occured in the past. Everything came together beautifully.

I loved it. I liked Jacob a lot more in this book in fact I laughed out loud several times at him. I also liked Bella a lot more when she became a vampire.

She wasn't as selfish and winey. I wanted to strangle her at times in the other books because of the way she treated Edward and even Jacob.

The pain she caused both of them in the past because of her own selfish desires. Everything for the characters is balanced or in line how it should be in their relationships.

I feel closer with the story now which I needed badly. These books totally consumed me to say the least. This was my favorite of the series by far.

It was filled with love, suspense, true friendship, loyalty, sorrow, happiness and so much more. I look forward to reading it again!

I don't think I will ever be able to find a series again that has affected me like this. These books are my favorites above all others!

View all 68 comments. Reviewer update Aug I have demoted the book from 5 to 4 stars. This is partly because I was so pleased by it compared to the last two books in the series that I overreacted.

But I also approve of her approach to the book and have rated it so highly in order to counteract those reviewers out there who hated it because they felt Bella was a bad example to young girls.

Read some of the reviews on Amazon or GoodReads and you will find a certain type of person who feels that Bella's character fails as a role model for young women today.

Because she, gasp, got married and had a child at a young age. Oh, my, what is the world coming to when young people choose eternal love and devotion!

Jacob hasst im ersten Moment das Baby Renesmee, doch verliebt sich wenige Augenblicke später in sie. Sie sind nun Seelenverwandte. Bella ist erfolgreich verwandelt worden und muss sich erst einmal an den neuen Zustand gewöhnen, was ihr aber erstaunlich leicht fällt.

Bella geht mit dem Kind zu ihrem Vater, wird dabei aber von einem Vampir gesehen, die denkt, Edward habe ein Baby verwandelt, was verboten ist.

Sie sagt den Volturis bescheid, die für solche Vergehen zuständig sind und sich zum Besuch anmelden. Die Werwölfe haben sich besonders durch Jacobs Liebe zu Renesmee wieder vertragen und wollen nun mithelfen gegen die Volturis zu kämpfen.

Die Cullens geben verschiedenen befreundeten Familien Bescheid, dass sie Hilfe brauchen. Sie bereiten sich auf einen Kampf vor.

Wenn sie den Volturis zeigen können, dass Renesmee ein natürliches Kind ist, wäre kein Kampf nötig. Sie schaffen es den Volturis zu beweisen, dass es eine natürliche Geburt war.

Das Buch ist in drei Teile bzw. Bücher geteilt. Das erste und dritte Buch werden aus Bellas, das zweite aus der Sicht Jacobs erzählt.

Bella und Edward heiraten. Wutentbrannt verlässt er die Feier. Edward löst sein Versprechen ein, mit der noch menschlichen Bella zu schlafen.

Im Laufe der Flitterwochen versucht Bella immer wieder Edward erneut zu überzeugen mit ihr zu schlafen, doch er will nicht aus Angst, sie diesmal ernsthaft zu verletzen.

Bella zeigt bereits nach wenigen Tagen erste Symptome einer Schwangerschaft. Als ihr dies bewusst wird und sie es Edward erzählt, reagiert dieser unerwartet: Zutiefst geschockt versucht er sofort eine Abtreibung zu organisieren.

Bella gelingt es, Rosalie auf ihre Seite zu ziehen, die sie gegen den Rest der Cullen-Familie unterstützt. Das Rudel sieht jedoch den Vertrag zwischen den Wölfen und den Cullens nicht als gebrochen an, weil Bella die Verwandlung gewollt hat.

Im Haus der Cullens findet er Bella schwer krank vor. Die Schwangerschaft schreitet sehr schnell voran.

Edward fleht ihn an, Bella von einer Abtreibung zu überzeugen, doch auch Jacob scheitert. Jacob kann dies nicht zulassen und verlässt das Rudel.

Da nun kein Überraschungsangriff stattfinden kann, sieht Sam von einem Angriff ab. Währenddessen verschlechtert sich Bellas Zustand rapide.

Sie kann keine Nahrung mehr bei sich behalten und Infusionen bringen auch keinen Erfolg. Jacob bringt die Cullens auf die Idee, Bella Blut zu trinken zu geben, da sie vermuten, dass das Baby mehr Vampir als Mensch sein könnte.

Der Plan geht auf und Bellas Zustand verbessert sich. Doch dies hat Nebenwirkungen: Nicht nur Bella wird nun stärker, sondern auch das Baby.

Bella erleidet mehrere Rippenbrüche, die Carlisle behandeln muss. Einige Tage später wird das Baby durch eine ruckartige Bewegung Bellas aufgeschreckt und bewegt sich nun unkontrolliert in ihr, was die Ablösung ihrer Plazenta zur Folge hat.

Da Carlisle zu dieser Zeit abwesend ist, müssen Edward und Jacob das Baby selbst entbinden, bevor es Bella töten kann.

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Guillermo Navarro. Annina Braunmiller. Sie merkt, dass sie schwanger ist, obwohl das sonst niemand für möglich gehalten hat, weil Edward ein Vampir ist und Bella ein Mensch.

Die beiden beeilen sich schnell zurück in das Haus der Cullens zu kommen. Edward will, dass das Kind abgetrieben wird, doch Bella möchte es behalten.

Rosalie, Edwards Schwester, steht hinter Bella und beschützt sie. Er geht zum Haus der Cullens und findet dort Bella sehr geschwächt von der Schwangerschaft vor.

Jacob berichtet seinem Rudel davon, die alle dafür sind das Kind zu töten. Sie wollen Bella beschützen und notfalls auch gegen ihre Freunde kämpfen.

Bei der Geburt stirbt Bella und sie kann nur gerettet werden, wenn sie zum Vampir wird. Jacob hasst im ersten Moment das Baby Renesmee, doch verliebt sich wenige Augenblicke später in sie.

Sie sind nun Seelenverwandte. Because vampires never get tired, so they never have to stop! Apparently they also can only have sex if they're married.

There is a fat vampire who is beautiful and the leader of her clan! New word. Untamed; feral. Okay, it started out pretty horrifyingly, but I enjoyed the last third or so.

I still think Edward has no personality, but I guess that's what some people like. And the red-haired girl never showed up again.

Ohhh yeah, I went there check out the video to see all my unpopular opinions Anyway, onwards to the review!

Oh the memories. The angsty teen memories. They're all flooding back. It should come as no surprise that I have a dark and dangerous past - I was a Twihard.

I loved this series with every beat of my teenage heart. I had a poster, I had a vegetarian vampire shirt, I had a themed birthday party, and worst of all I did this to a book: I can't even open it anymore for fea Ohhh yeah, I went there check out the video to see all my unpopular opinions I had a poster, I had a vegetarian vampire shirt, I had a themed birthday party, and worst of all I did this to a book: I can't even open it anymore for fear of the pages falling out and the spine splintering And now ten years later , I'm revisiting the series to see how my opinion's changed over the last decade.

For the most part, I still am pleasantly pleased by how much I enjoyed rereading. I very nearly memorized the series as a teen so during the reread, it was nice to see the scenes with fresh eyes after all this time.

It was like visiting an old friend. The Wizard of Oz? You need a brain? You need a heart? Go ahead, take mine.

Take everything I have. That werewolf needed a firm kick in the teeth. AND for the first time I noticed how conveniently and absolutely perfect everything worked out for Bella.

The sheer amount of coincidences drove me a bit bonkers: And then we continued blissfully into this small but perfect piece of our forever.

We could finally get those super-cute moments with the Cullen Family. Lots and Lots of filler-fluff. She's the calmest newborn in centuries, she makes leaps and bounds with her gift and has a super adorable precocious child.

It's verging on Mary-Sue territory. Stop being so… optimistic. Most notably, the series' end wasn't as all-consuming and life-altering as I remembered it being.

I still enjoyed the series but it just doesn't hold to my memory. I guess that's a product of growing up. I'm a bit disappointed about that.

Ah well. It's still a four-star-er in my book - here's to nostalgia and memories! Audiobook Comments For such a popular book, you'd think the audio would be a bit better.

The female voice done by Ilyana Kadushin for Bella's parts didn't have enough variation in tone - especially when she did male characters.

The guy voice done by Matt Walters was a bit better for the distinction but sounded wooden throughout the book. View all 75 comments.

Shelves: fantasy , romance , chick-lit , young-adult. I was so disenchanted with Eclipse I wasn't excited for this read, but I had to know how it ends.

I held off judgment in hopes that the conclusion would redeem the series. The verdict? Hard-to-swallow soap opera. A car crash you can't stop staring at in hopes that something salvageable comes out of the wreckage.

But nothing does. So bad I started taking notes on all the plot holes because I couldn't keep track. What happened to the story that captured the hearts of girls everywhere?

You can't fal I was so disenchanted with Eclipse I wasn't excited for this read, but I had to know how it ends. You can't fall in love with your characters so much you save them from the dilemma you created: the impossibilities of vampire and human love, the instinctual need to destroy between vampires and werewolves, the girl who has to choose between two boys in opposing worlds, the boy who gets left out, the girl who has to make massive sacrifices for her choice.

You can't save them from the plot by taking it all back and saying "never mind the rules I created, you can all have it all without giving anything up for it.

As an author, you have a responsibility to your story, your characters, your fans, even yourself as a creator, to let the story be.

I recommend you write your own ending. Or better yet since I'm not really a fan of fan fiction , take your book back and get your money back.

If everyone does, maybe Meyer will pretend it was a big joke and rewrite a plausible ending to the saga.

Maybe this time her editor and copy editor will actually read it. What I expected from this story: 1. The big dilemma.

In Eclipse Meyer finally showed the downfall of vampire life. Bella has to give up her family, the potential of her own family, her friendship with Jacob, and the ease of human life out in the open.

Most importantly she takes on the internal moral struggle of an instinct to kill, of being a monster.

This is serious sacrifice and I wanted to see some soul searching, some grieving, some preparation for death from Bella.

Vampire sex. Vampire trying not to kill human sex. Newborn vampire with unquenchable passion sex. No harlequin romance graphic, but like Twilight explored kissing, exploring how they could possibly do that.

One scary newborn vampire. Murderous screaming during the transition after a bite from Edward to save her from death. The rage, the passion, the strength, and most importantly the thirst, the unquenchable thirst, that overpowers all that is human.

I wanted to see Bella going after a human, preferably someone she knows, and have to be restrained. I wanted to see the true monster that is vampire take shape before learning to control the beast.

A good showdown. Eclipse robbed us of the vampire battle. I didn't care if it was the Volturi coming after Bella or the werewolves after Edward.

I just wanted a good fight from all the buildup to one and I wanted people to die because a battle without death isn't realistic , maybe even Jacob sacrificing for Bella.

Isn't killing the vein of their existence? I expected some death. But alas that is not the story. I think I may have to start denying I've ever read the Twilight saga.

I was going to buy the boxed set if for nothing else for a pretty addition to my bookshelf, but now I'm truly embarrassed to have read the series.

The rest of my review has spoilers. This is not Jacob's story. This is Bella and Edward's story and Jacob is a distraction.

I'm sorry that you like him too much to hurt him, but that doesn't mean you have to ruin the story for him, much less give him half the book.

Making Bella still love him hurts them all, makes her self-centered, and Edward seem an indulgent parent with a whiny brat he can't say no to.

It diminishes their love to volley back and forth. Everyone I love together? I don't buy it. Bella said goodbye to Jacob in Eclipse ; leave it at that.

Sacrifice for Edward. That's love. Bella's treatment of Edward and Jacob is only as infuriating as his indulgence of it.

His idea for resolution of her nudger gag! For a second I thought Meyer was going to go down that road and I was sickened.

How in anyone's mind is offering your wife up to another man shows undying love is beyond me. It is sick and wrong. And how is insemination gross or worse that pimping her out?

How can Bella never consider Edward's worry for her? She knows how she'd feel if he died. Bella seemed more like Wanda in The Host : trying to portray her as too kind which is just blindly selfish.

She should have written The Host after and not confused the stories or writing style. The characters have wandered so far from their original shells that I couldn't branch this story to the magic of Twilight.

Where were Edward and Bella? And the rest of the Cullens? The way Meyer transfers Jacob from one obsession to another while not extreme to be pedophile is still creepy, much worse considering Jacob's comment about seeing Bella naked or that Bella's eyes caused the imprint.

This is not a southern joke where your father is your uncle and your grandpa too. It doesn't excuse Bella's unhealthy possession of him and it doesn't smooth over the hatred with Edward.

My brother, my son? His intrusion in the happy family of three was beyond grating. He doesn't get a say in how that child is raised.

And is Renesmee seriously supposed to grow up and love a guy who raised her? That's disturbing. Why couldn't Jacob and Leah be happy together instead of Meyer making all of her relationships the older man with a young girl?

The story was going that way, but Meyer had reserved this sick end for Jacob she found romantic so she forced it onto the story. Werewolf imprint on vampire hybrid?

That makes no sense, especially after Leah's discussion about imprinting on the best mate to keep the race alive. As much as I didn't like the extent Jacob was in the book, the other vampires were more disappointing.

All the old albeit shallow side characters were replaced with a freak show. I thought this was a book about vampires not superheros?

The abundant "rare" gifts got more ridiculous from one to the next--at least the original gifts connected to human traits.

And the flaws. Alice's ineptitude at her visions was not consistent. Bella's "holes" didn't make sense. How could Jasper affect her if she's that strong?

Why couldn't Edward hear her inside her bubble? Everything about all these extra vampires was just wrong. Hundreds of vampires on a feeding frenzy without the Volturi reducing numbers didn't make sense.

She should have stuck to developing the Cullens. And Bella. The second half was so out of character I couldn't take that disjointed leap with her.

I was so disappointed with the lengthy Volturi scene, the only thing with any hope of excitement that only built and tiringly built and then fizzled.

These were the only vampires sold as creepy monsters and while their mafia-type support didn't make sense, I still expected them to act out the role.

They didn't deliver. The story was so far gone by that point, I half expected the spawn of Satan and by that I mean Renesmee to destroy the Volturi alone.

It didn't resolve anything and only put them in graver danger but she still shoved a happily ever after down our throats.

Vampires dead humans with extra chromosomes? Beyond the complications of sex for those reasons which I wouldn't have questioned if that's as far as it went or the likelihood of Rosemary's baby, don't turn the monster into an angel more werewolf than vampire.

It's a confusing stretch. You know in soap operas where babies get in the way of the storyline so they magically grow up so the parents don't have to deal with childhood?

Sacrifice is what gives you undying love for children; they are not convenient plot ideas. Nothing about that child made sense and I thought Nessie, considering its monster ties, was a vast improvement on a ridiculous name.

And Edward Jacob for a boy is not sweet. It's obscenely selfish. The point at which I started hating this book was when Bella didn't even act like a vampire.

Not being a newborn vampire is not a gift, particularly for a vampire who needs a myriad of other gifts to save the story. It's an excuse to not have your characters suffer.

But instead of making characters stronger, it weakens them. It robs them. It robs us of a good story. You can't soften that blow.

Hiding the pain of the bite from Edward robbed him of a chance for compassion--something dependent Bella would not do.

Turning to the person you love most in your worst hour is love, is what strengthens relationships.

And how is Bella's human uterus so strong that only a vampire could cut through it with his teeth? That was about the biggest joke in the book.

Being a "soulless" newborn vampire isn't all Meyer cracked it up to be. If it were, they never would have let a strong newborn go hunting with only one guardian.

Since Bella was so easily distracted from a thirst that didn't seem all that powerful, there should have been some good loving in that forest.

Having the thirst that drives the series not phase her, diminishes its power and intrigue for all vampires, all the way back to Twilight.

Being a vampire isn't torture; it's fun. I want to be a superhero vampire. Sacrifice is what Bella knew she was undertaking when she picked Edward.

But she gave up nothing. Everything is twisted for the sake of convenience: children, newborn desire, imprinting, human family, death, special gifts, a cast of new vampires, everything.

Would a cop who detaches his daughter's battery so she doesn't sneak out plead "don't ask, don't tell" with the scary supernatural threatening his community and daughter?

The only reason this bogus aspect is even in the story is because Meyer couldn't bare for Bella to lose anything.

But if Edward, Bella, and Jacob are unrecognizable characters, why not Charlie? And if Charlie gets pulled into the story why not her mother?

I'm sure Meyer could have come with an implausible excuse for her too. Meyer tried to add plot twists, but couldn't commit to their consequences.

With all the conflict removed for Bella, there is no drama so Meyer tries to create it with ill-placed childish mood swings. There are no monsters in the book.

Vampires are sparkly happy supermodels. Werewolves are snuggly tame pets. Even the werewolf-vampire antagonism seems to have dissipated.

The head-butting between Rosalie and Jacob seems more personality conflict than the innate drive to destroy each other.

They all want to sit around the campfire and sing. Couldn't at least some Volturi sinister be burning in that fire?

In a nutshell: part one: strange, part two: disgusting, part three: dull. I'm appalled it has more stars than New Moon.

I guess some girls care more about a happy story than a good one. I didn't buy the book and I still want my money back.

I feel robbed. Not having the guts to finish what you started not only ruins this book, but previous installments too. I will give her this: she used a dictionary to add a few big words and she kept it clean.

But I can't read her books anymore. And I wish I could wash this one out of system. The saga had such potential and she killed it.

View all 93 comments. When you create a book series, there tends to be an issue with the next book that comes out in the series having to be better than the last.

Of course that is always a possibility for stories such as Harry Potter, where the plot is laced through all of the books and leads to an ultimate climax and resolution in the final book.

Stephenie Meyer did not follow this example in any way, shape, or form. Instead of possibly creating an internal plot that would follow the entire series, every book has For her last attempt, strike 4 on my count, Meyer rides this train till there are no more tracks; taking the train, and all of it's passengers on a bumpy, uncomfortable, and unforgivable journey no one had prepared for.

The child's name itself is atrocious; I honestly hope no one loves this series enough to name their own child that, out of their "love for Stephenie Meyer.

Has she even mentioned children in this entire book series? Besides the fact that little mutant Nessie takes the entire stage, Bella's giving birth to a mutant that should not exist X-Men anyone?

Because otherwise, the story would have ended. Bella got married, Bella somehow someway got pregnant, Bella had a half-breed baby, Bella becomes a vampire, Jacob creepily imprints on said baby, and everyone lives freakishly happily ever after.

I shouldn't have to describe how horrific it is that the entire pages of the final novel is about a baby.

Bella seemed to move to Forks and somehow grow up in a year, getting married and having a baby, and living for forever with her ridiculously good-looking husband.

I understand that Bella made the choice for herself, doesn't mean I have to think it was a good one.

Or a good example for young girls to follow. I'm not going to step up on the soap box and preach about how many horrible morals this gives to girl's of today's generation after feminism has fought to get us this far because if they haven't read a cheap romance novel yet, they certainly will.

Guys looking to date girls of that generation should beware however. If you don't sparkle in the sun, devote every step you take and every move you make to her, and like to watch her sleep, you might not have much of a chance.

But, back to the story, cough, I mean lack thereof. The Volturi coming in deemed itself, once again, random and overreaching for Meyer.

As if she just wanted them to show up and have an epic battle, but it wasn't really epic and it didn't serve much of a point. However, if I was a year-old vampire, I'm sure I'd be bored enough to care about someone as trivial as Bella Swan too.

Only because I think Jacob was Meyer's best character. He shall forever be known as the character with a personality. However, as Meyer had introduced me to Jacob, and gave me reason to like him, she also had the power to do the opposite.

Thank you, Stephenie Meyer for ruining one of the only realistic characters you created. His imprinting on little Nessie just put the icing on the shit-cake I had been eating for the past pages.

Why couldn't he have imprinted on a year-old alcoholic with an abusive husband and Meyer could give someone who needs saving a fighting chance by someone with super powers.

By this point, I was going to take an example from New Moon and jump off a cliff just to save myself from the rest of the book.

But I didn't, and I should have. The rest of the book was almost as boring and laughable as the first half, but at least the first half had gasp fade-to-black sensual scenes.

As many people have been saying, this book is exactly like 1, stories on FanFiction. And it would probably be pages less. Robert Pattinson hates Twilight so much, it's hysterical.

And let's not forget this: From the mouth of the guy who plays him. Or these: And of course, the rest of the cast: Robert Pattinson hates Twilight so much, it's hysterical.

Or these: And of course, the rest of the cast View all 54 comments. It should have been a remixed trilogy!

View all 13 comments. Sneha Love your podcast, Ariel. I was listening to it and I got a sudden urge to complete the series and I started reading it.

It's so boring! Now I'm stuck Love your podcast, Ariel. Chani Absolutely agree. Did NOT like the direction of this story at all!

All the magic just drained right out of it with this last installment. Jun 24, PM. It was even better than I even imagined.

So many surprises! I picked mine up at midnight when it was released and could hardly put it down. So first off The honeymoon was even better.

Stephenie Meyer did an amazing job of writing a "tasteful" honeymoon scene. It wasn't dirty at all. It was beautiful. You knew they were able to have sex and that there was a definate strong "intensity" during these moments but she didn't go into to Where do I begin?

You knew they were able to have sex and that there was a definate strong "intensity" during these moments but she didn't go into too many explicit details which leaves much to the imagination I loved the quote by Bella, "Why am I covered in feathers?

It was PG Plus they were married when it happened so that made it even better. I have to admit I was a little shocked she wrote the sex parts.

I didn't think she would go there but I am so glad she did because it just made the bond between Edward and Bella even stronger if that was even possible.

It was hot and sexy for sure! Does that make me a pervert? Oh who cares! It was amazing! So what I never dreamed of happening was a pregnancy!

This is when the story goes from pure happiness to total uncertainty and even sadness for some. Bella is adamant that she would keep the baby even though it was killing her, hoping she could keep her heart beating long enough so she could be turned into a vampire to save her.

I have never felt so horrible for Edward. To say he was in agony would be an understatement. Chapter 9 was very hard for me to read because Edward was in so much pain.

Pain he feels he deserves. I felt awful for him. Chapter I was literally shaking as I read it. She was dying. I was on the edge of my seat wondering if they would be able to save the baby and at the same time save her.

I am so happy I was wrong. One of my favorite parts from the chapter was when Jacob was giving Bella CPR after the baby was born….

Edward had a syringe in his hand-all silver, like it was made from steel. There was a tiny crunch as his blow broke my little finger.

In the same second, he shoved the needle straight into her heart. You could feel that at this moment Edward was very somber.

He was turning the woman he loved into a vampire. Something he had fought against for a long time because he didn't want her to have to give up any human experiences and eventually regret becoming a vampire.

Now he did it to save her. There was no other way. I wish I could have been in his head at this time though it would have been very depressing I'm sure.

Jacob too had to give in to letting her become a vampire to save her. So now not only was Bella changed into a vampire, but she was a mother and a wife.

So many changes so fast. Renesmee not fond of the name That name irritated me even more. I have to admit though it kinda freaked me out at first.

I don't blame Bella for wanting to tear him apart. Like me I don't think she could have ever imagined this happening. This event was so significant.

It released all the pain Jacob had to endure by being in love with Bella but knowing she would never be his. At the same time it tied him to her permanently.

He still loved her but in the way it should have always been. He loved her as a friend and nothing more. She loved him as a brother like she always wanted.

Everything was as it should be. So in the end the challenge was the Volturi. Changed a child into a vampire when really Renesmee was the biological child of Edward and Bella.

I cried the ugly kind, I was hysterical at a point when Edward and Bella said their quiet goodbyes to their daughter and Jacob when they thought they were about to die.

It was heart wrenching. It was so touching when Edward said to Jacob, "Goodbye Jacob, my brother Luckily in the end they were able to conquer because of Bella and her amazing gift to shield everyone she loved from the "special" gifts of the Volturi.

I thought it was wonderful to see Bella so powerful and strong. That for once she was able to be the protector instead of the one being protected.

She got to be the savior. This too made the unbreakable bond between her and Edward stronger. Because of her they were able to beat the Volturi and save their daughter that they loved more than anything.

Their family was intact. One of my absolute favorite parts there are so many I have to say was at the end when Bella removes her "shield" so Edward can read her thoughts.

Edward was NOT expecting this. Not being able to all this time has driven him mad at times. Especially when it came to Jacob.

He always wondered if Bella made the right decision. Now he knows without a doubt that she always loved him and that nothing can or ever will change that.

Edward got to experience all the feelings she had for him as far back as she could remember. He can know now without a doubt that they truly belong together.

What a wonderful gift to give Edward. That Bella is one lucky vampire. I was so glad this book had the Happily Ever After ending.

Especially after all the horrible things that have occured in the past. Everything came together beautifully.

I loved it. I liked Jacob a lot more in this book in fact I laughed out loud several times at him.

I also liked Bella a lot more when she became a vampire. She wasn't as selfish and winey. I wanted to strangle her at times in the other books because of the way she treated Edward and even Jacob.

The pain she caused both of them in the past because of her own selfish desires. Everything for the characters is balanced or in line how it should be in their relationships.

I feel closer with the story now which I needed badly. These books totally consumed me to say the least.

This was my favorite of the series by far. It was filled with love, suspense, true friendship, loyalty, sorrow, happiness and so much more.

I look forward to reading it again!

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