When I finished Breaking Dawn, I had to take a few minutes to think about everything and take it all in before I could figure out my true opinon on it. Once I did that, I knew that I loved it. Reading this book was a different experience from reading the others. The feel, the vibe of the book seemed different. it felt darker, more mature. But not in a bad way.
Like a lot of people, I was shocked when Bella became pregnant with Edward's child. I didn't think it was possible at first, but then I thought about it and figured out how it happened. And I could completely understand why she was willing to die for the baby. A lot of expecting mothers feel the same way. But I do have a probalem with Rosalie. First of all, I've always had a problem with Rosalie. I never liked her, even after we learned her story and why she felt the way she did towards Bella, but Breaking Dawn was just too much. We all know that Rose wanted to be a mother and have a family, but that's no reason to put Bella's life in danger. (By the way, I loved Jacob's blonde jokes!)I will not say any more on the subject of Rosalie because if I do, this post will become a very not-nice rant.
Renesmee. First off, I love that name. Right from the moment Bella first said it, I loved it. And Nessie is just too cute. I was glad that the baby was a girl and not a boy like Bella thought it was. A girl just seems, I don't know, right for some reason. I have mixed feelings on the Jake-imprints-on-Renesmee thing. I'm happy he finally imprinted. I've wanted that for him since Eclipse. But c'mon! Bella's daughter? That just seemed a little weird for me. But I've gotten used to it by now.
The "anti-battle" as I've decided to call it. I'm actually really glad that there wasn't a big fight at the end. Don't get me wrong, I love a big fight just as much as the next person, but mental battles are so much more interesting to me. I love how everything was solved with thought and strategy.
I have one more thing to say. I loved the ending. Those last two pages couldn't have been more perfect.