I feel that this series really is way more complicated and complex than your average 'young-adult' series and I'm not sure if I could boil it down to Edward and his struggle.... but that would be an amazing feat- 4 1/2 books to really understanding a character lol
Susie wrote:At the restaurant in Port Angeles:
"I realized at that moment that I wanted to answer her questions. Not because I owed it to her. Not because I wanted her to trust me. I wanted her to know me."
Discussion on the above quotes??
We see how selfless and protective of them he is, how much he tries to always put everyone else ahead of himself. Hell, even Rosealie, even if she won't admit it, knows how truly and purely good of a person he is.
and rethink what I had previously told her"It was because of Bella. Trying so hard to be safe for her, to be less frightening, to be human, I truly had lost my edge. The other humans saw only beauty now, with my innate horror so carefully under control."
in a way where yes Bella does seem to bring out the best in him but she wouldn't be able to that if there was no best to bring out...And last but not least that last quote sort of just solidifies Bella's impact on an unbeknownst Edward.
Susie wrote:MidnightSun -
I AGREE. Stephenie Meyer is a GENIUS.
I have 40 pages left and I want to make them last. I was really surprised by the matchmaking subplot with Angela and Ben - Edward wanting to "give" Angela something for her kindness to Bella....awwwww
Jazz Girl wrote: I love IntenseEdward. But, I love him more knowing that he can occasionally pull the stick out of his butt and have a little fun. [/color]
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