I found the beggining of it a little slow and a bit tedious but as the story progressed it bacame as good as the previous sequels
I loved the who twilight series. And I must say that Breaking Dawn was by far the best in the series (so far). The only thing I could say is that the book left me wanting to explore the shape shifter theory beyond just being an observation. Maybe this was the auther's intent all along (leaving the reader wanting more). Or maybe this is a whole new chapter in the saga (hope so). Anyway I would fully recommend this series (especially this book) to any lover of fantasy (young and old).
I downloaded "Breaking Dawn" in order to be able to listen to one of my favorite books while on one of my many road trips. I already owned "Eclipse" and was greatly disappointed by it, so I was nervous about spending my money on "Breaking Dawn". However, my friend convinced me to give it a try and, to my suprise, I REALLY enjoyed it. The narrator had improved her reading so much since "Eclipse", and the addition of a male narrator for Jacob's book made this a very enjoyable listen. I would recommend it to anyone.
Like another reviewer, I loved this book in particular, but the whole series. After I finished listening to it, I was sad that it was over. Stephenie Meyer does an excellent job creating a novel where the reader feels as if they know the characters. I was totally absorbed in the story. ?It is an excellent book and series!
For me, this was the best of the books. It was a very good ending. As with the other three, Ilyana (the reader for Bella) did a great job. Such a great series; so sad to have them end.
well, maybe not all sweet, but compared to Charlene Harris or L. Hamilton, sweet indeed. I read the first 2 several years ago and didn't even know the other 2 were out until my daughter wanted to check them out from the library.