Gina wrote:Don’t worry. You’re human—your memory is no more than a sieve. Time heals all wounds for your kind.Edward Cullen, New Moon, Chapter 3, p.71
I wanted to choke Edward.
When I read "The End" chapter in New Moon, I was near tears, but when I saw him say that, I really wanted to throw some holy water on him. How dare he think himself so forgettable to Bella? Just because she is a human makes her emotions count less?
From the moment their worlds collided, Bella's entire exsistance revolved around this consuming love for Edward. For him to think that time would make her forget? Being all super sensory counted for nothing at that moment, because he should have seen the pain on her face, and hear her heart shattering.
Tengo Nubs. wrote:"All the king's horses and all the king's men...
But there was nothing there, just me, just him.
Working over a corpse.
that's all that was left of the girl we both loved. This broken,
bled-out, mangled corpse. We couldn't put Bella together again."
--Breaking Dawn, 355
is the part when I started crying my eyes out in BD. I really thought
Bella was dead and I just could not take it. A very appropriate
"heart-stopping" moment I'd say.
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