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  • Better than the film

    Great read and much Better than the film!

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  • Selfish characters.

    Bella and Edward are in love. Then Edward breaks up with her and disappears with his family. I’m going to do this review in several parts to give a clear picture: Fifteen-year-old me: Why does Edward have to be so noble? Can’t he see that Bella isn’t whole without him? But at least she has Jacob. Jacob will do nicely as a replacement. Wait. Bella can get Edward back if she saves him? Yes! Forget about Jacob, Edward needs me, uh, Bella. Grown-up me: Bella is suicidal and depressed after Edward dumps her? Doesn’t she have a life? Oh, wait, all that matters to her is having Edward in her life. This sends an awful message to young girls (and women in general). Why isn’t she confident in who she is? Why can’t she have a life outside of her relationship? Yeah, being sad after being dumped is normal. Being suicidal months later isn’t. Then she starts something up with Jacob. Fine. He’s a nice guy (even if he’s a werewolf and they all have temper issues – which just goes back to her root problem of not wanting to be alone, no matter the danger). But the moment Edward can be back in her life, she leaves Jacob and jumps on a plane. Really? And Edward: he is so obsessed with her that he can’t live without her and punishes everyone who loves him by running off to get killed. Wow, I’ve never met such selfish characters who claim to be the good guys. Writer me: Working through a break-up is hard and readers need to work through it with the main character. But her reckless behaviour (jumping off cliffs, etc.) teaches the wrong lessons. If the character was meant to be depressed/suicidal/reckless or whatever, then the topic should’ve been dealt with more sensitivity and reached a better solution than her running off to save her suicidal ex and falling back into their relationship like nothing ever happened. This is absolutely the wrong message for a book for teenagers to have, especially in a culture where women are too scared to speak up about abuse. Conclusion: On the surface it’s a story about the ups and downs of relationships. But the themes it carries sends all the wrong messages.

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  • New Moon by Stephenie Meyer

    A briliantly thought out book, focusing purely on the relationship between werewolves and vampires. An amazing sequel to an amazing first book, definitley a recommeded read for 11+ girls who like vampire romance books. NOTE-If you are planning to read New Moon, read Twilight first (:

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  • New moon

    A good book i personally think the first was better but jacobs nice and bella just continually makes herself look like a wimp

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  • Love it!

    This is a great book, it carries on perfectly from the first and it draws you in with all the excitement

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