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Breaking Dawn Book Review

Breaking Dawn Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Aug 05, 2008
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Move over J.K. Rowling! The fourth installment of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series has been flying off shelves. We're taking a look at this vampire saga!

Author: Stephenie Meyer

Move over J.K. Rowling! The fourth installment of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series has been flying off shelves. We're taking a look at this vampire saga!

Books with Bite

The Twilight book series follows the life of Isabella Swan, a teenager whose life is changed forever when she falls in love with a 'vegetarian vampire' (a vampire who drinks animal, not human, blood) named Edward. In Breaking Dawn, the couple marries, but their dreams of a perfect honeymoon are cut short when Bella discovers that she's pregnant.


All in the Family

The werewolf leader sets his sites on killing Bella's unborn baby, which seems to be growing at an unnatural rate. Unlikely allegiances will be formed both to protect the child and to kill it. But who will win out? And will Bella survive the difficult pregnancy? You'll have to read Breaking Dawn to find out!


The Bottom Line

Breaking Dawn is a gory and drama-filled epic with twists and turns galore. That said, there are plenty of Twilight fans who are seriously not feeling this latest installment and have launched an online campaign against it. We don't know what they're freaking out about. This is a great, page-turning read that will keep you interested until the very last page. If you love all things vampire, this is the must-read of the year.


Breaking Dawn Rating:4


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Oh Rainbowpoptart. Where were you. Anyways, I know girls are into cleaning and dolls, and you have a very good point there. But your also missing it. ANOTHER thing is the computer for boys and girls. One computer is $12.99. 50 functions. Blue and white. AKA for boys. Girls:-White and pink-9 dollars-25 DAMN FUNCTIONSProve anything to you yet? 
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