I loved her, I loved her point of view and the way she thought about the vampire world. The way that even though everything was completly different, for her it wasnt much if at all better. That made me care for her, the fact that during the book even though it was just a few days spanned, she grew as a character. Coming out of her shell and thinking more, thinking about how she could do this, and that and how she came to be friends with Diego and Fred. She never really trusted Riley, I had that since the first night it left the impression on her that if he could do it once, then it was how he was always going to be.
When Diego came along and helped Bree discover that not every vampire is brainless, I think that it made her feel less alone in this new world that wasnt much different from her old one. She found someone to bounce ideas off, someone who thought like her, someone who could see past the typicalness of all the new borns in Seattle. He was smart, but if anything, too trusting, too believing and that was his downfall in the end. I couldnt believe how he was ended, it made me cry. I grew fond of Diego, he was a character that had a mind of its own.
Id like to imagine that Fred was still running around right now, being very replusive to everyone he meets. Its a good gift, very good for surving in that world. I just wish I knew what his face was like when Bree and Diego never turned up- I bet that he was dissapointed, because he knew what was going to happen in the end. He was the most mature, definatly. And the advantage of not being seen gave him time to scope everyone out and trust only the ones that he knew where different.
I liked him, he didnt cause trouble, but was calm and very together.
I didnt realise what a nasty b** Riley was. I cant believe that he turned out to be so bad in the end. Maybe it wasnt his fault, maybe it was Victoria and he used to be good, but she corrupted him. I think, the turning point was when he came back from killing Diego, and was so calm and calculating, and even told Bree he was still alive. I did believe that he cared for Diego, that he thought of him as a brother, until then, when Victoria asked him to do something he didnt like, but did anyway and he realised just what was going on. I wonder, whether Riley wanted to see them all dead in the end, there was something that made me think that he did it all because he genuinly loved Victoria- actually did, and he would have killed anyone for her. It was a shame that he turned out to be something so horrible, fashioned into a weapon by Victoria.
I loved when Diego and Bree discovered that they didnt burn in the sun, they sparkled. I found that scene touching and so nice, after all, I was wondering when one of them would discover the truth and I was glad it was those two- they probably appreciated it more. That also made them start to question Riley's intentions, after all, if he'd lied about that, what else was he lying about?
The fact they were in on it, made me a bit angry. I see why Jane would take it into her own hands, and would want the Cullens gone anyway, but they are the Law and they should see that. They lead by example after all, and they dont do they?
It was horrible how she realised that Diego was dead and that there really was no point. How Carlisle gave her a chance, I dont think that others would. It was such a shame, that she was a witness, and that Jane killed her. I think that its a shame that she had to die, but even though I knew it was going to happen it was for the best.
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Sometimes life brings miracles, it brought me Twilight.