1. What do you think about the track records Rosalie mentions, hers and the others? How many people do you think Esme has killed? Emmett? Alice?
Well Alice I'm pretty sure struggled a bit more than the others since she woke up alone. Yes, she did have her vision to guide her to the Cullens, but she didn't have anyone with her to help her along. But I think the others have just had their own little slip-ups I guess you could call them. Emmett does mention in one of Stephenie Meyer's outtakes how he had more trouble than the others as a newborn, they had to move a few times because of his lapses in control. But every so often they probably just slip, and it seems as if Rosalie is very impressed with herself for not having any of those.
2. What do you think about Edward’s reaction to Rosalie being changed?
It made perfect sense to me. I don't think it had anything to do with the fact that he didn't like her, I just think it was more about the fact that she was known through town, especially since her association with the Kings. There were going to be a lot of people looking for her when she went missing, it wasn't like it was with Edward. When Edward was changed, he had nobody left, Rosalie still had her family, her would-be future family, and friends all still alive, which would make it much more difficult for the Cullens to blend in, even if they left Rochester.
3. Rosalie set out to kill the men who had harmed her. Do you think any of the Cullens helped her? How do you think Carlisle felt about her killing people?
I don't believe that any of the other Cullens helped her with this, but I do have a different view on it after reading Midnight Sun. Carlisle mentions that he "looked the other way in Rochester," he allowed her to have her revenge on those who had wronged her. So I don't believe that any of the Cullens helped her with killing the men, but I do think they kind of silently allowed it.
4. What do you think about Rosalie’s reasons for disliking Bella? Do they make more sense now that you know her story?
It makes so much more sense after Rosalie tells her story, especially after she tells her story and she gets very passionate in telling Bella that she was throwing everything away. Rosalie has had time to look at everything in a bit more perspective than Bella has. Rosalie has had the years to think about being a vampire, and Bella is still in her teen years. Yes, it is almost a guarantee that she will still be as in love with Edward as she is now many years down the road, but Rosalie is simply asking her to look at all sides. There are so many things that, as Leah says, you don't realize you want until you can't get them. If Bella were to be changed, and then later wanted to have a baby or go back to being human, she can't, and I think the biggest thing that upsets Rosalie about Bella's decision is that Rosalie doesn't believe that Bella is truly thinking everything through the way she should.
"You held out your hand, and I took it without stopping to make sense of what I was doing. For the first time in almost a century, I felt hope." ~ Jasper Hale