zastrow wrote:Wow it sure has been a long time since anyone posted here!
I really wondered about Charlie as he is pretty much the only human we see after the wedding.
I just cannot imagine the Chief of Police not driving up to the Culllens and demanding to see his daughter. And once Jacob arranges for him to see her, his attitude of, please don't give me too much information is a bit puzzling.
He must know what is going on, doesn't he? Through the first three books I really liked his character. Breaking Dawn is such a conundrum that Charlie being a bit off is OK with me.
As far as what his role is, I see it as a connection for Bella to her humanity. Besides that, he now needs to maintain order in a town that is inhabited by Vampires and Werewolves (shape shifters really) and no human can know about that. Its a tough job.
zastrow wrote:I just cannot imagine the Chief of Police not driving up to the Culllens and demanding to see his daughter. And once Jacob arranges for him to see her, his attitude of, please don't give me too much information is a bit puzzling.
Esme echo wrote:This reminds me of Edward telling Bella something like, "Charlie's happier when he pretends to believe what you're telling him." My quick search didn't reveal where in the saga Edward said that . . . does anyone know?
pyrosis wrote:There are only two times where I think Charlie made a mistake
2. when Charlie takes Jakes side when he kisses her. Uarg! I already hate Jake for doing that and Charlie that he is not mad at him for doing something to his daughter that she clearly does not want. That really freaks me out. Do they both not understand that Jake crossed an intimate line here, that it is just disgusting beeing kissed by someone you don't want to be kissed by (or at least you think so). That seems very disrespectful to me!
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