Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer

 The fourth and final book in the Twilight series is also the longest book. Edward had asked Bella to marry him and they end up having that very special wedding with Alice's help. Edward won't tell her where thier going for thier honeymoon. But, its a beautiful place when they get there.
    Plus, they had made a deal before they got married and that was to try to have sex at least once. But, what they didn't think would end up happening, does happen. Bella gets pregnant. Its not just any normal pregnancy either. The baby is going to be special. When they find out, Bella talks to Carlisle and they head back home. They need to figure out what to do. But, Bella decides to talk with Rosalie and when they get back to the house she becomes Bella's protector.
   With Bella being pregnant, and the baby growing faster then normal, Carlisle is worried that it could harm Bella more then anything. Plus, The Cullens have another problem. The werewolves find out about Bella and Jacob ends up leaving the pack to become Bella's and the Cullens protectors from Sam and his pack.
    Throughout the whole series, Bella has been wanting to become a vampire so she can live and love and be with edward forever.  In the amount of time that Bella is pregnant, Edward and Carlisle have a plan to do what ever it takes to make sure that Bella survives. The only way that she's going to survive is for Edward to work as fast as he can to give her as much venom as possible so that she does survive and is turned.
    But, another problem arrises and they need to get as many friends of thiers together to witness for the Cullens. Because the Volturi are coming and to survive them they will need everyone to stand with them that they can.
   Will there be a happy ending for Bella and Edward? Will you will just have to read the book to find out. The 754 page book will take you from the first page to the last page wanting to know what is going to happen next. So, read the book.
   Tell we meet again, enjoy a good book.

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