^^Sorry, I was referring more to the person you were quoting than you, nikie_nikz. I can understand more of your love for tragedy than completely hating the characters, because here and then I like a semi-tragic story too. I was also confused why there wasn't a battle and some deaths first, but when SM said that 90% of the people would have died, I stopped complaining. I don't like THAT much tragedy.
So yeah, this is on Bella's pregnancy right? Back on topic.
My mom's in Jacob's book right now and we were talking about it. When I told her some people didn't like that Bella chose to keep the baby she was completely bewildered. She just asked, "Why?" I told her because the baby was killing her and they thought she was being stupid. My mom just shook her head and said, "But everything's going to be fine."
And as I thought of it, I never expected Bella to die either. Maybe since it's fiction and it didn't seem like SM would kill off her main character I thought like this, but was Bella really thinking she was putting herself at risk? The baby's growing really fast, which means she won't be starving for nine months. And not only do they have a doctor, but access to medical supplies. And vampire venom, the ultimate healer. So was Bella really making a complete sacrifice by keeping the baby? To me, it seems like nothing could really go wrong. Was it really then such an enormous sacrifice? I mean, I know there are some mothers who may not die for their unborn child, but wouldn't every mother get some broken ribs to save the life of their baby? So really, Bella did make a sacrifice, but not a huge one, or at least to me.
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