1. We get our first glimpse of "real" vampires in this chapter. What was your impression of them as a group and as individuals? Did you connect the fact that their red eyes had to do with the type of blood they drank?
Way eerie. I mean, red eyes in general creep me out. I though Laurent was the leader. Victoria was like.. pretty but not stunning. And then there is my favorite bad boy, James. Oh James, I thought he was good looking, but apparently my view is skewed since Cam played him in the movie.
And I did figure out that their eyes were because of the human blood. I think that's mentioned somewhere in Twilight, but Im not 100% sure.
2. To me, the book takes on a second sort of plot right here with the emergence of Bella being hunted and put in danger by someone other than Edward. Up until know, the book had a much different feel and rhythm. Do you get the same impression or did you feel something different?
Yeah, I got the same feeling. I was like... where did this come from? If I just read this part, I mean I would be a little confused. Lot's of action as apposed to romance.
3. On page 383, Alice says that there is another option than just running away, which angers Edward into saying, "There-is-no-other-option." What's your take on this moment and what do you think that other option is?
Changing her into a vampire. I sort of caught on here with Bella become a vampire.
4. Do you think that Bella had the best plan? Do you think things would have worked out better had they gone with Edward's plan? Considering how things worked out, do you have suggestions over what they should have done differently at this point?
I think they all should've stayed together. But maybe she had the best plan, I really don't see anything else.