As Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge, Bella once again finds herself surrounded by danger. In the midst of it all, she is forced to choose between her love for Edward and her friendship with Jacob – knowing that her decision has the potential to ignite the ageless struggle between vampire and werewolf. With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella has one more decision to make: life or death. But which is which?
I gotta say that this one is the weakest book in the whole series so far, keep in mind that I have still like “Breaking dawn”, “Life and Death” and “Midnight Sun” to read. Which means that I’ve have 3 books to read in this series so everything can happen. But lets get into the review.
The plot oh boy, was very very weak. Because Jake begins to feel more or more crazy as the rest of the gang in this book. Edward become even more insufferable in this book, Charlie the only rational parent in this book have lost his mind as the rest of the gang. Bella gets even more insufferable than Edward because she won’t stop yapping about how being human sucks and how being a vampire is so amazing and great. And I gotta say Rosalie have become my favourite character because in this book we get to know why she doesn’t like Bella and why she is always so grim. I really wish that Bella was like her and less like Edward in a way.
The writing style really takes a dive in this book, so much that I needed to switch to an audiobook instead of reading the physical version of this book. I had super hard time reading this book.
The situation between Jake, Edward and Bella is just even more insufferable than Edwards and Bella together. Because when Edward was gone in the second book in the series Bella became super best friends with Jake but the moment Edward showed up she completely forgets about Jake and just throws him out of her life like trash. It’s not a fun way to treat someone even a fictional character.
And the fact that Jake calls Edward “Blood-sucker” and Edward calls Jake “Dog” and Bella just lets them offend each other in front of her really pisses me off. Because how can you let your parent and your best friend insult each other in front of you and just not say anything about it? I can’t understand that.
The big fight which this entire book is about doesn’t happen longer than 10 pages even the rest of the boo over 400 pages is about getting ready for the fight. Whats the point of doing that? Creating a fight for 400 pages but when the fight comes don’t give it longer time than 10 pages? Can someone explain this to me?
I give this point 1 / 5