Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer
Okay, so it ihas been a little while since I actually read “Eclipse” (it basically led me into my book funk, along with “Breaking Dawn”). However, I think it is a bad sign for the book that I had to go back and get a reminder of what on earth happened during this book. For me at least, “Eclipse” was by far the least memorable of all the Twilight books.
Basically, Bella is once again in mortal danger (surprise!). Only this time, Edward and Jacob have to play nice in order to have a chance to save her. Vampires and werewolves working together? It is the end of the world!
You know, I thought Twilight was really very engaging and at least a fun read, but I become less and less a fan of the series with every book. Yes, “Eclipse” was a page turner like all the books in the series, but it clearly didn’t stick with me at ALL. I guess the first book was interesting because it was new and I seem to just find the Volturi more interesting than this all-in-Forks addition to the series.
If you’ve read the first two books, you might as well stick out the series and read this one too, but I didn’t find “Eclipse” to be a ringing endorsement for beginning the series in the first place.