Breaking Dawn by Stephanie Meyer
This story is the fourth and final book in the Twilight series written by Stephanie Meyer.
It was released in 2008. During the first 24 hours it sold 1.3 million copies. Soon after the release, much controversy arose. Many fans were unhappy with how Meyers presented the characters and others were unhappy with its content. They felt it wasn’t appropriate for young readers. It was also felt by many that there was no real climax. Despite the controversy, this book continues to be a must read for anyone who is attracted to the genres of fantasy/action/romance.
It is broken down into three different parts. In part one the character Bella gets married to Edward. This is a happy time and brings together the two main characters that seemed destined to be apart. After this, they go on a honeymoon on a remote island. Bella has waited for a long time to make love to Edward and because he was a vampire they never did it until this honeymoon. Not much time passes when Bella realizes something is not right. She thinks she is pregnant when she misses her period. Edward and Bella decide they better head back home. The baby starts to grow really fast and this worries many. Edward gets so worried that he begs Bella to have an abortion. Bella doesn’t give into this and goes ahead with her pregnancy.
What comes next is part two and it is from Jacob Black’s point of view. This covers the pregnancy of Bella and then the birth of the child from the Werewolves perspective. Some are so against the birth that they plot to kill Bella so the child will not be born. Jacob is the only one against this idea. He breaks from the werewolves and forms his own group. Bella is only pregnant for four weeks and then gives birth. It is terrible and she almost dies during this process. She loses much blood and many of her bones are broken. The only way Bella’s life can be saved is by Edward turning her into a vampire. This is what Bella...