I am a huge fan of Jacob over Edward, and I was ecstatic to find that, at one o'clock in the morning when I finally got to that section in Breaking Dawn, that it was narrated by Jacob! It was what I had been wanting... The bit at the end of Eclipse had not been enough for me, either to revel in the pure Jacob-ness or to even truly understand his character. I absolutely loved his narration, from his crazy thoughts to conversations with Seth and confrontations with Leah and dealing with Edward and fighting with Rosalie and hurting himself over Bella... It only made me adore him more. I understood him, and didn't want it to end. But, it had to, and despite the fact I didn't particularly care for the turn of events in his imprint on Renesmee, but the bit right at the end before it switched back to Bella made me cry, then I put the book down for about a half an hour to just cry at about three thirty in the morning, think about Jacob, and wonder what was going to happen. In the grand scheme of things, I had seen it coming, but the imprint wasn't really like what I'd imagined at all. I wasn't entirely displeased, and yet I had been fighting against it ever since I'd subconsciously figured it out. In my mind, Renesmee really isn't good enough for Jacob, like Bella says at the end of Eclipse. Please don't kill me. I just wanted so much more for Jacob than what I thought Renesmee could give him... Though with the way the plot line worked out, it's the only conceivable end that resolves his character that isn't downright ridiculous, unlikely even within the bounds of the fictional story, or would have the reader continue to care about the characters. Thus I am resigned to Renesmee, and am coming to know her amazingness slowly, bit by bit. Jacob is incredible, and I loved this glimpse into his mind, particularly when he is driving the Aston Martin, and talking to Bella, and running with Seth, and well... All of it.
If you're not really here, I don't want to be either. I want to be next to you.
black and gold, black and gold, black and gold, black and gold, black and gold, black and gold.