Ouisa wrote:Breaking Dawn has been really challenging for me. I've read it three times now and I'm still not sure how I feel about it.
Lieziewiezie wrote:I'm just done reading breaking dawn. And I really got freaked out with the pregnancy thing in the first half. It really was horror to me. Something growing inside you that wants to destroy you? Sounds more like late night movies to me.
Anyway, I thought Breaking Dawn was like a piling up from so many things. Like Stephenie wanted to trow to many things together in this final book to make everybody happy.
And in that way going to rush about things.
1. I did not feel any family love. Bella and the love of her eternity had a child together, a family. I did not feel any motherhood or faterhood. Even if she is a vampire, she must have feelings, doubts about being a good mother, etc.
2. I wanted to know much more about Bella being a vampire. She waited three books to become one, this is what we anticipated. And we hear almost nothing about it. Not really at the least.
I really loved the beginning of the book. Edward and Bella just being together, enjoying their romance. For my Renesmee was a bit to far streached. I think Stephenie had enough of story for a 4th book with the 'becoming a vampire and the struggles and stuff like that' without the whole weird baby thing.
So I'm definitly in the middle. I loved some parts, really, but at the same time I'd really like to see it different. There are sooooo many things I miss in the last book. So many details, emotions, struggles.
For me the Renesmee thing was to much to putt in one book together with the becoming vampire thing. I defenitly wanted more about that.
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