I got nervous about the fate of our favorite vamps and were wolfs about 3/4 through this book. This book really grabs and keeps your attention. That is all I will say.
Twilight tempted the imagination. New Moon made readers thirsty for more. Eclipse turned the saga into a worldwide phenomenon. And now, the book that everyone has been waiting for...
Breaking Dawn, the final book, will take your breath away.
In Breaking Dawn Stephenie Meyer addresses one of the major issues that some readers had with Bella’s character – namely that she wasn’t independent enough. This novel sees Bella coming into her own power and proving that she is more that capable of independent thought and action. While the Cullen family vampires have always been kind to Bella, it has been clear that she was no match for this talented bunch - but Bella’s character gains strengths that make her just as unique and talented as the rest of her new family. The story is well paced and well balanced, with a mixture of exciting supernatural action as well as good character development and romance. The strength of Stephenie Meyer’s writing as ever lies in her exploration of love in its many guises and Breaking Dawn gives her the opportunity to examine the relationships between mother and child, father and daughter, husband and wife and the bonds of friendship. The only small gripe I have about this novel is that in wrapping up the story every loose end has been neatly tied into a pretty bow - sometimes it’s good to leave something dangling in the breeze! But apart from that, this book is all that I was personally hoping it would be.
Very strong storylines, but female reader kept putting me to sleep. Sorry to put this out there, but just wanted to let you know you have to be REALLY dedicated to this particular series before buying it, because for me, it was the storyline that kept me hooked and NOT the female narrator; if this is a book you are looking for the narrator to bring to life, pick something else!
Unfortunately, this is the first Twilight book I have read/listened to and wow. I knew that the books were way better than the movies so I was, and still am amazed by how taken back I am at the difference. I love Ilyana and how great she reads. I did see that some didn't like Matt reading but I think that though he isn't as good as Ilyana in separating the characters voices, he sounds great in reading Jacob to me because he sounds like Jacob from the movie. I listen as I work and I thought that it would be difficult to pay much attention to the book but It is amazing and there is no way I can take my attention off of it but it's not too distracting to where I cant do my work. I do catch myself stopping but only for a few seconds because the part is so great. I am very much into this book and I will definitely have to buy and read all of them!!!
This book has gotten a lot of mixed reviews. Though my audible name is Adam, I am a woman and I, for one, loved Breaking Dawn. I thought it did a perfect job of ending the series and developing Bella's character. Her special talent-- which becomes clear in the final battle scene-- suits her wonderfully. Maybe it all ended TOO perfectly for some, but not for me. Stephenie Meyer gave her fans an extremely satisfying story. I highly recommend The Host, too.
This book moved me to tears several times. I've read comlaints about Breaking Dawn but I found it to be a great resolution to the series. Some surprises, some heartbreaks and happy endings. Totally hooked on Stephenie Meyer.
i loved this book cant wait till the movie comes out now ... the narraters were really good as well great download if you love twilight movies or books !
I love Breaking Dawn can't put down the books and love lissening to the autio books. The Twilight Books are my favorite's.I was sad when the story was finishd
This was a good book for what it was. With all the hype u wonder what ur going to get. I am interested how they will make a movie work with this book.