Breaking Dawn Book Review By Stephiane Meyer

This book is the fourth and final book in the Twilight Saga Series. It is amazing. I loved it so much that when I finished, I shut the book and turned back to the first page. It is so good, It follows Bella and Edward who are now married and going on their honeymoon. Everything is good, Bella finally gets to be with Edward, that way. They are madly in love, and enjoying life but then they find out Bella is pregnant.
At first, they are very confused because they were convinced vampires could not have children. They soon find out that it is not a normal child, it is a half-human half vampire. Two-thirds of the book is from Bella’s point of view and one-third is from Jacobs. It is actually in Jacob’s view when she gives birth. The baby survives but Bella is about to die from blood loss but Edward turns her into a vampire just in time.
When it goes back to Bella’s view she is transforming into a vampire, she is thrashing in pain but on the outside, she is still as a bone. When she wakes up, her throat is burning and she goes hunting with Edward and nearly kills three men but stops herself. She meets Renesmee and nearly kills Jacob because he imprinted on her newborn baby.
Reneesme is growing fast within four months it looks like she was two years old. A family friend comes to visit and sees Renesmee and thinks she is a vampire child which is illegal and goes to the Volturi. The Cullens are put to the death sentence so the third part of the book is them trying to find people to stand against the Volturi with them to protect the child who is now about ten years old.
This book is so good, it had me sucked in the whole book, I read it in one go and just kept reading. I loved this book so much. I give this book four stars for one reason, they kind of just end it, they don’t really say what happens to Bella, does she go to college, do they go to New Hampshire? What happens?

Writing Style: 5/5
Originality: 3/5
Entertainment: 5/5

Diversity: 2/5
Overall: 15/20 (75%)



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