Summary Of Stephenie Meyer's Breaking Dawn

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The title of my book is Breaking Dawn, the fourth book in the Twilight series. Breaking Dawn is a work of pure fiction, written by Stephenie Meyer. Most of the story takes place in Forks, Washington, Bella and Edward’s new cottage in the woods, and Isle Esme, which is Bella and Edward’s honeymoon spot. The story doesn’t give a specific time date, but it most likely takes place during present time.
Bella Swan is 18 years old in this book of the series and was 18 years old when she was turned and stopped aging. Bella is OCD, usually being described as having this constant chip of worry on her shoulder. Bella is known to be incredibly attached to Edward Cullen; her husband. She’s very clumsy, extremely fragile while human, quiet, and kindhearted. Bella has brown hair and stands at 5”4’. As a human her eyes were a deep brown and her skin incredibly pale. Once Bella turns, her eyes change to a vibrant red color. After a few months her eyes take an amber
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Bella, who had already become deeply attached to her “little nudger”, insists that he can’t do that and that she’s willing to do anything to keep their child. Edward gets angry at this, knowing what the “fetus”, as Edward referred to it as, could do to Bella. Throughout the pregnancy, the baby practically kills Bella, which in turn makes Edward very upset. After they remove the baby, Renesmee, from Bella, Edward must inject Bella with venom to change her and keep her living. This does save her, but Jacob soon imprints on Renesmee, even though she is still a child. This stops the werewolfs from attacking the Cullens for changing a human. After Bella wakes up, she goes for her first feeding, which is successful, before she goes and holds her daughter for the first time. Jacob is very antsy about it, seeing as he imprinted on Renesmee. When Bella finds this out, she becomes infuriated and harms more than one person in the process of her

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