I finally finished the Twilight Series.
I can honestly say Breaking Dawn was probably my favorite book out of the series, right next to Twilight.
What a mix of emotions while reading this book. I cried, I was angry and nervous. But I mostly cried throughout the book, it was SO good.
So for my Short and Sweet:
1. Edward and Bella. Need I say more? I really have no words that could articulate how much I love those too.
2. Renesmee aka Nessie has to be the most adorable child ever.
3. Book 2 with Jacob was really good. Once again, I loved how Meyer allowed us into his mind and how he saw things through his own eyes. It was a great point of view to the situation.
4. I was stressing all throughout Book 3. I’m so glad there was NO war 🙂 But I also had trouble picturing Bella all in her vampire glory.
5. What a perfect ending to a perfect love story (despite the Vampire tendencies). I seriously lost it at the end and just cried after I read the final line. Why? I have no idea. Maybe its because I have gotten to know these characters for four books, and now my relationship with them has come to an end. It was a great ending, but I was sad to see it end. It was a bittersweet moment.
In the end, I really can’t convey to you how amazing this series was. I doubted it in the beginning but it really is a great book.
I guess what is killing me the most is the bigger idea that the book brings to the surface: LOVE. Is there such a person as Edward Cullen? Not his vampire side, but his human side. Is there such a man as Edward who can love another like he loves Bella? Could a girl like Bella ever find her Edward?
Does Edward and Bella’s love really exist, or could it exist?
I guess this is what keeps me drawn to Twilight, and why I can’t let it go. These plaguing questions haunt me, and by reading and re-reading the series, this love almost seems real.
Call me crazy, but this is how Twilight has affected me.
I looked up Stephenie Meyer’s myspace page (stalker!) and what surprised me the most was her “Who I would like to meet” section. Her number one person? Edward Cullen. A character she has created so vividly, is one she would most like to meet. THAT’S DEEP.
So to agree with Stephenie, I myself would like to meet Edward Cullen as well.
ALSO, news of the Internet leaking of Meyer’s next book Midnight Sun has devastated her as both a writer and “a human being.” I’m debated on whether I should venture into reading this draft. But I can’t help but wondering what Edward was thinking throughout Twilight. Since we never had a chance to really dive into his mind, I think that reading this draft will be very beneficial to all the readers.
So to read or not to read…that is the question….