Title: Breaking Dawn
Author: Stephenie Meyer
Page Count: 756
Genre(s): Romance, adolescent, drama, supernatural, action, fiction
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Summary: The conclusion to the Twilight series and the rollercoaster ride of Bella and Edward's love story. Bella and Edward recently graduated from high school and are ready to spend the rest of their lives together through sweet peace when more enemies from the past threaten to harm the symbol of their love, forcing Jacob's pack and Edward's family and friends to join up and protect Bella. Will Edward, Bella and the object born from their love survive, or will they devastatingly fall victim to the Volturi's brutal and unjust onslaught?
Review: Wow, this book wasn't bad, but completely out of left field. Unfortunately, there's a little too much chit-chat occupying the majority of this book, but once the Volturi send the unspoken warning that they are coming to pay the Cullens a "visit" the plot really starts to boom and you'll find yourself staying awake into the wee hours of the night reading the conclusion to this world wide phenomenon, nailing biting and rapid heart beat included.
Where to Buy (Online only): Amazon, Borders