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Author: Stephenie Meyer
ISBN: 1905654189
Language: English
Pages: 640 pages
Category: Fantasy
Publisher: Little Brown & Co; 1st Edition edition (2008)
Rating: 4.4
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FB2 size: 1497 kb | EPUB size: 1437 kb | DJVU size: 1654 kb

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Best known for her Twilight series, Stephenie Meyer’s four-book collection has sold over 100 million copies globally in. .

The astonishing, breathlessly anticipated conclusion to the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn illuminates the secrets and mysteries of this spellbinding romantic epic that has entranced millions.

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Stephenie Meyer was born in Hartford, Connecticut to Stephen and Candy Morgan. She is named after her father. Meyer revealed that "Breaking Dawn" will be the last book written from Bella Swan's perspective. She grew up in Phoenix, Arizona with a large family. Meyer has also stated that her other novel, "Midnight Sun", will be more of a companion piece to the series than a genuine sequel, as it will describe "Twilight" from the view of Edward Cullen.

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Breaking Dawn is the fourth novel in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer. Divided into three parts, the first and third sections are written from Bella Swan's perspective and the second is written from the perspective of Jacob Black

Breaking Dawn is the fourth novel in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer. Divided into three parts, the first and third sections are written from Bella Swan's perspective and the second is written from the perspective of Jacob Black. Breaking Dawn was released on August 2, 2008 at midnight release parties in over 4,000 bookstores throughout the US. From its initial print run of . million copies, . million were sold in the first 24 hours of the book's release, setting a record in first-day sales performance for the Hachette Book Group USA.

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Comments (7)
Tolrajas
jusss let me say... shut up!! Stephenie Myers wrote a truly wonderful book, so all you haters out there that keep dissin' on this book need to shut ur yap. we cant all write a 500 page story, let alone four!!! all of myer's work deserves 5 stars, and all ya' haters deserve -4!!! i fell in love w/ all of the saga, and u should too. i may only be 13, but i know a good book when i read one. end of discussion!!!!!!!!!!!
Zavevidi
First off, all the spoilers, if you think about it...she knew what she was writing and she left many different loop holes while answering questions so that you can not sit there and say "She lied to us! She said it was impossible!"

Many people have said it seems like a glorified fanfic but isn't that what every writer is? They love their story lines and plot twists that they make it how they want it to be? I honestly did read some of the spoilers and thought "what?!?!" However, after reviewing those chapters and then reading the book, it really is a good story if you let your guard down. Many of you have these plot lines you WANT in the book but that isn't how SM planned it. I liked how the characters continued to develop and grow and how it shows that the bonds of friendship and family know no bounds and that justice will prevail in the proof of innocence.

If you do not want to have plot twists, impossible occurring (hello...this is written about vampires and werewolves and you yell about something else being impossible?) then don't read it. However, if you enjoy such things and character development and love conquering all...then I highly recommend this book
Walianirv
I LOVE all the twilight series. Breaking dawn is my favourite!!! I think every women fantasies are in this book. Oh don't we all want Edward or 2 be Bella?...:) I felt strongly that after reading this last one.
Jonariara
I really enjoyed this series. In fact I went back and purchased the audio editions. The books FAR outshine the movies and the audio were very enjoyable. I found I didn't like Jacob even a little bit until the last book. I thought him petty, manipulative and had he been a real person wouldn't have been someone I would want around. The movies fell far short but part of that was the actress who portrayed Bella. I found her stiff and jerky and unpleasing. Bella in the book was much easier to like.
SmEsH
The finale of the Twilight Saga.

Now a high school graduate, Bella is preparing to marry her sweetheart Edward Cullen and become a vampire--both because it's what she wants and to satisfy the demands of the royal Volutri (vampire leaders) since she knows of the existence of vampires. But it's a wedding that she also dreads: being the center of attention, with invitations she didn't choose and wouldn't have willingly chosen (one of which was sent to werewolf Jacob Black, and which prompted him to run away), with sky-high heals that might result in broken bones, and fancy wedding dress. But it is a price Bella is willing to pay to get her eternal life--and a real honeymoon before her change. That honeymoon results in the seemingly impossible consequence (for a vampire) of pregnancy and rapidly threatens Bella's life as the pregnancy advances with incredible speed. Yet not even then can Jacob sever whatever tie connects him and Bella. Ultimately, Bella seems to have her cake and eat it too (even though vampires don't eat), and poor Jacob get shafted yet again.

Hopefully Edward and Bella can use their eternity of marriage to fix their issues. Communication is a big problem for them. Edward constantly thinks he knows better than Bella what is best for her. She does seem a little more aware of that than in the past, and has a plan in place to checkmate one of Edward's plans (by involving Rosalie). But Bella isn't much better than Edward in this sense. She isn't willing to see his side of the situation at all or to recognize that her plan might not work out. And after a brief explosion at learning why she and Jacob have always been so connected, Bella's just happy as a fish in the ocean that she'll always have him in her life, even though it involves Jacob being permanently separated from his own life and past. Wonder if years from now this will end up being a regret of Meyer's, much like the Ron/Hermione pairing ended up as one of JK Rowling's regrets.
Nakora
I read this series a long time ago and I was reading it again for the 2nd time. I was ready to read the whole entirety of the book. To my dismay when I opened the file on kindle it said it was only 294 pages. I remember the book being massive and full of a lot of things. Upon further investigation, this kindle version has ONLY the Bella sections and according to a quick search the actual book is over 700 pages. Where can I find a kindle version of the complete book? and if that does not exist, how can I get my money back?