lloveharddreambigg asked: Reading your review of Breaking Dawn. Though I love the books and can read them over and over and still love them despite all the too-perfect convenience, Bella's annoying, whiney behavior, and the stupid plot holes, I find your posts hilarious. Please keep doing what you're doing :)
Breaking Dawn Book Review: Chapter Thirty-One
In chapter thirty-one, Eleazar, one of the Denali Coven’s vampires, mentions that Bella is a shield. (Did I mention before that his power is to sense other vampires’ powers? HOW CONVENIENT.) The group also wonders why so many Volturi (all of them) are coming to the fight when only a few would suffice. Eleazar believes Aro wants to “reap” the gifts of some of the...
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Breaking Dawn Book Review: Chapter Thirty
In chapter thirty of Breaking Dawn Bella asks Edward to teach her how to fight as a newborn and is convinced she will be useful to the Cullen clan since vampire “mental” powers/special abilities don’t work on her. Basically for the majority of the chapter Edward beats us over the head with the fact that all the Cullens are going to die and there is no hope for any of them. ...
Breaking Dawn Book Review: Chapter Twenty-Nine
I know that the rest of this book is supposed to preach the importance of family, but I’m not getting that vibe. There isn’t enough of… anything for me to care about Bella or Renesemee. Edward, Carlisle, and Bella go to the Quileute lines and speak with Sam, who so conveniently was friendly with Alice and did her bidding without any information. (The text was very vague,...
Breaking Dawn Book Review: Chapter Twenty-Eight
In chapter twenty-eight Alice gets a vision of the future concerning the Volturi. They are coming for the Cullens, because Irina went and tattled about Renesemee being a vampire child, which is one of the taboos of the immortal world. We shall get to my feelings of Renesemee in a moment… I’d first like to say that I’m having flashbacks of Anne Rice’s Vampire...
I hate it when I have emotions.
Why was I ever given them.
I made chocolate chess pie.
Who wants some?
Breaking Dawn Book Review: Chapter Twenty-Seven
In the opening of this chapter, Bella begins an analogy of her life changing and compares it with the color her “thread” would be on the Fates’ loom. This long analogy must have been written to distract us from the quickly scrawled passage of 3 MONTHS, when the rest of the book was a day by day play of events. Renesemee is still growing at a very fast rate, and I...
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Breaking Dawn Book Review: Chapter Twenty-Six
In chapter twenty-six, Charlie further disappoints me by saying he doesn’t want to know anymore than necessary about Bella’s new appearance. I still don’t see how this passed by an editor or publisher, honestly. You would think someone would point out Charlie’s complete apathy. It’s illogical and WAY TOO CONVENIENT. Charlie leaves for Sue Clearwater’s and...