vampbball wrote:I have a question regarding this chapter. Why wouldn't Alice have seen Laurent preparing to attack Bella? She saw Bella cliff-jump, so Alice was watching Bella. And while it would have been too late for Alice to have prevented Laurent from killing Bella, she could have called Edward, let him know that Bella was in danger from at least one vampire. Instead, she is truly surprised later in the book to learn that there have been any vampires in Forks during the Cullens' absence.
This chapter also completely confuses me regarding the Denali coven, and their refusal to assist the Cullens in "Eclipse." Laurent wasn't just thirsty when he attempted to attack Bella; he was in Forks in the first place because he had agreed to go on Victoria's behalf to help plot Bella's murder. There was nothing accidental in his intentions towards Bella; he intended her to die one way or another, and if Edward had been there at the time, Edward would have killed Laurent himself. How can the Denali sisters blame the werewolves for an act that a Cullen, possibly any Cullen but Rosalie or Jasper, would have also committed?
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