My stepdaughter was right.
Breaking Dawn, the final chapter in Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series, was the best book in the four-part saga.
Again, Meyer has created secondary characters you truly care about. I would love to read more about the vampire friends of the Cullen’s.
However - IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THIS FAR INTO THE SERIES, DON’T READ FURTHER AS I MAY SPOIL THE ENDING FOR YOU.
However, I would have like to have seen the bad guys get it. It would be fairly easy, with that ending, for Meyer to create a Book Five with the Cullen’s and their friends having to fight the Italian vampires yet again.
And that really is my only complaint with this book - at the beginning, it really was more of the same.
When I found out that Bella was pregnant and Edward wasn’t happy about it, I wondered if Meyer was going to split the couple again.
So when my stepdaughter asked me how I was liking the book, I replied it was “All right”. I was anxious about reading another book where the couple splits because of lack of communication. That really frustrates me.
So I was pleasantly surprised when I continued reading to find Edward sticking my Bella’s side despite their difference of opinion.
Good for Meyer and good for the reader who gets to see characters who truly develop and an entire new story emerge.