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Breaking dawn - ending, please tell

Okay, I read the first three books of the Meyer twilight series, like years ago. I just got the fourth one from the library and I'm appalled, APPALLED by how poorly written it is. It's bad.

But I want to know what happens without sitting through another 700 pages.

So, if you read Breaking Dawn and want to share how it all turns out with me, DO IT. Otherwise, I'll have to do a google search which will take a few extra minutes of my time.

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Much love from me and Mina.



Jun. 11th, 2009 12:53 am (UTC)
I found the writing to be hysterically bad, myself. It boils down to this: Bella gets pregnant with vampire hellspawn that matures at the speed of light and eats her from the inside so she dies. And is then turned into a vampire, with perfect control over everything, truly a wonder! Her hellspawn survives in the form of a darling little rapidly aged girl with the truly bizarre name of Renesmeree which got shortened to Nessie. Even better, Jacob imprints on the little terror and realizes all the affection that he felt for Bella was actually some sort of proto imprint on one of her eggs or some drivel like that. The bad italian vamps come to destroy them all because they think that Bella turned a human child instead of birthing Nessie. Much drama ensues, alliances are formed, plot is had. Badly executed with perfect!vamp!Bella saving the day because she's wwwwwwoooooooonnnnnddddddeeeeerrrrrrfffffuuuuuulllll but you get the idea. Everyone lives happily ever after, married in bliss and up to their ears in dead deer. It is one of the most ridiculous things I've ever read.
Jun. 11th, 2009 01:05 am (UTC)
Thank you, you are seriously my hero. I am now very grateful for having not read it.
Jun. 11th, 2009 01:27 am (UTC)
It's one of the few books that I regret I read. It ruined the previous books for me, left a bad taste. Now it's all one big terrible joke. Glad to be of service.

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