Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer
Okay, at least this book means that I’m done with Twilight. I think I’m going to have to wait for awhile before reading The Host, I can’t handle more Stephenie Meyer for a bit. For those who haven’t read this yet, there are definitely spoilers following.
So Bella and Edward finally tie the knot and, surprise surprise! are now expecting a little bundle of joy. A little bundle of joy who makes Bella sicker than most babies make their mothers.
I didn’t like the way Bella became a vampire at ALL. I know she’d wanted it forever, but suddenly it just happens and she can’t turn back because she doesn’t have a choice. Plus, what was with the end of the book? All that build-up and NOTHING HAPPENS. A totally boring let down. Did Stephenie just get bored halfway through? I actually didn’t mind the Jacob section as much as most people did, perhaps because I had read from other reviews it was coming. In fact, I almost wish he’d had sections in the other books, he seemed like a much fuller, more complex character as he told his story than Bella ever has.