Were you hoping for a "fight" between the Cullens and the Volturi? Were you disappointed or relieved when it became a battle of strategy instead of life?
There was part of me that was hoping for a fight, but I'm glad it ended up just being a battle of wits, if you will. If the fight had turned physical, I'm sure Bella would've been "fine" just not very helpful because she didn't know how to fight. Bella needed her chance to shine above the others because she had been in everyone's shadows since Twilight
. It was her turn to save the ones she loved rather than be saved. So, I'm glad in the end it was her power that kept everyone at peace, so that they could convince Aro to see reason. Plus, it opens up the universe for more possibilities.Pride and Prejudice
: Well, since I've never read the book or seen the movies (
), but I know a little about the story, as far as I know it's about a girl who rises above her station in life. She falls in love with someone who is at a higher class than she is and he falls in love with her too. In Bella and Edward's case, Bella falls in love with someone who she believes is unattainable. However, without her knowing for part of the story, the unattainable person had fallen in love with her too. In they end, they end up together. Twilight