I knew we were both in mortal danger. Still, in that instant, I felt well. Whole. I could feel How close was the Film the Twilight saga: new moon was to this book?. New Moon (The Twilight Saga, Book 2) · Read more · Stephenie Meyer - Twikight 02 - New Moon. Read more Full Moon, Bloody Moon. Read more. New Moon is a romantic fantasy novel by author Stephenie Meyer, and is the second novel in the Twilight series. The novel continues the story of Bella Swan.
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New Moon is a fantasy novel by author Stephenie Meyer, and is the second novel in the Twilight series. According to Meyer, the book is about losing true love . Full text of "new moon book" Stephenie, New Moon a novel / b) Stepheme Meyer-lst ed p cm Summary When the Cullens, including her beloved Edward. Twilight - New Moon Chapter 2 STITCHES Twilight - New Moon Chapter 7 REPETITION . Thanks for sharing New Moon Novel by Stephenie Meyer Book.
Mar 10, Steph Sinclair rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Ha! Stephen King once said, "Stephenie Meyer can't write worth a darn. She's not very good. With that, we shall kick this off with a joke: Heh. This re-reading is brought to you courtesy of Project: Hindsight. I'm sorry folks.
Even though Edward and Bella's relationship deeply disturbs my soul, Bella is so incredibly boring without him. I'm not even sure how Stephenie Meyer managed pages.
Truly, I'm amazed because I can sum up New Moon in one big picture: But let's get on with it, I'll go into some detail for ya. The book starts off on Bella's 18th birthday, a day she has been dreading for months only because in her mind she will be one year older than Edward.
So, she makes a huge production about people not celebrating her birthday, but the Cullens ignore her and Alice plans a party. Before Edward forces her to attend they watch Romeo and Juliet the book's supposed theme and they have merry little conversation about Edward's contingency plans once Bella dies.
Now, let's not forget they've only been dating for a few months. Yet, here they are making out and talking about killing themselves in the event of the other's death. How romantic. Don't even ask me the logic behind how they can even kiss when his teeth are supposed to be "venom coated.
But I digress Finally, they make it to the birthday party. Bella gets a paper cut and Jasper almost single-handedly ends this series on page Unfortunately, to my dismay his attempt was foiled by Edward.
Eddie pushes Bella out the way and she crashes into the glass plates, slashing up her arm. Pause, let's think about that scene a bit: Who's bright idea was it to have glass plates? With a human.
In a room full of vampires. That drink blood. Isn't Alice psychic? Why didn't she see Bella cutting her finger on the wrapping paper?
Wait, don't think about that because if you spend all your time contemplating the stupidity, we'll never get through this review. Obviously, Eddie is not happy with the events that went down at his place and Bella further irritates him by apologizing for Bella, you know you've been hanging out with mythical creatures too much when you start thinking your humanity isn't normal.
But anyway, Eddie does what any loving boyfriend would do after their girlfriend is attack by their brother: he ignores her. Instead, she waits for him to be ready. On the third day of ignoring her, he drags he into the words and chucks up the deuces.
You're no good for me.
Then Edward just pours salt all over her open wound and tells her: "Don't do anything reckless or stupid," he ordered, no longer detached.
I'm thinking of Charlie, of course. He needs you. Take care of yourself--for him. You're just going to let him order you around like that? Awesome Bells. Can I call you Bells?
Not only do you have ZERO self-preservation skills, but also no self-confidence. Just awesome. There's only about a million or so girls looking up to you as a role model.
No pressure to be a strong female character. You could have walked away from this with grace, but no, instead all your dignity flies out the window when you pull a bitch move and run after Edward through the woods.
Then, she defaults back to "Fuck my life" mode and slips into a depression for four fucking months.
I find it kind of funny her depression was longer than their actual relationship. But this wasn't just any depression, it was some serious shit. I always had nightmares now, every night. Not nightmares really, not in the plural, because it was always the same nightmare. You'd think I'd get bored after so many months, grow immune to it.
Or how about this: Even my outsides looked different--my face sallow, white except for the purple circles the nightmares had left under my eyes. My eyes were dark enough against my pallid skin that--if I were beautiful and seen from a distance--I might even pass for a vampire now.
Once again I find myself asking the question: Where are her parents?! She should have been in counseling or something. The beginning of the book is at it's most exciting and compelling but as it went on the middle part started to drag and remembering asking myself whether it was still well worth the effort to finish it. Compared to twilight this book is no match, with plots that needs mending, main characters needs rebuffing.
Edward decided to leave Bella after her disastrous 18th birthday celebration at the Cullen's house. She became depressed to the point of being catatonic and still continues to be a danger magnet.
Re-introduce into the picture is Jacob Black, the boy that Bella met at La Push during a beach party. A book of hope, love, forgiveness and friendship all in all still a good book to read.
D-Diaz Gota go download the next book quick! After reading Twilight and watching the movie, i read New Moon with the movie cast acting out the whole story vividly in my mind which made it even better. Only minor complain is there's not enough Edward Cullen so i'm hoping the movie director's able to cleverly compensate with more Rob Pattinson airtime to appease my thirst for the vampire.
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