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Eclipse

by Samantha RiveraNovember 7, 2013

ISBN: 978-0316087360

Eclipse displays the true combination of vampire and werewolf power when they decide to work together. Stephenie Meyer has definitely woven a story full of intrigue and capable of captivating every reader with its epic battle scenes. It seems that Victoria is not out of Bella’s life yet and in fact she is determined that the entire Cullen family be killed to avenge the death of the man she loved. So she’s decided to create an army that will follow her to the ends of the earth and do her bidding. But newborns have insatiable appetites and keeping her army from being noticed will take more than she expected.

 

Bella and Edward have a stronger relationship than in the last book and now they are looking to take the relationship to the next level when Edward proposes marriage. Though Bella is averse to it she begins to consider when Edward tells her he will not even consider turning her into a vampire unless she does. He’s determined to keep her human as long as possible and of course Jacob is determined to keep her human forever. As he tells her, he will love her until her heart stops beating.

 

The Battle of the Century

When Victoria decides her army is ready it’s going to take more than just the Cullen family to fight her off. For the first time ever the Quileute’s decide to help the vampires to eradicate what they determine is the bigger threat to the survival of humankind. It definitely doesn’t mean approval but it does mean a temporary truce that makes Bella sure that the war between the species may be coming to an end. Of course first they have to survive the battle against the vampires and that involves a bit of training.

 

Newborn vampires are the strongest they will ever be but the Cullen’s know how to fight and the Quileute’s are definitely more than capable of holding their own. It’s going to be a tough fight and it will all come down to who can protect Bella, after all, she’s the main target of Victoria’s rage and her thirst for revenge. She wants to make Edward pay for what he’s done to her and she’s determined to do that in the best way she can find, killing Bella. But no one in Forks wants Bella alive more than Edward and Jacob and they will risk their lives to keep her that way in Eclipse.

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  • Abby Clare
    November 7, 2013 at 4:25 am

    Stephenie Meyer definitely keeps the momentum going with this book. I was afraid that the characters or the plots would start to fade as the series continued but that’s definitely not what happened with Eclipse. Bella, Jacob and Edward are just as amazing as always and of course Victoria is great as well (as the evil character of course). The battle really intrigued me and the way the Volturi finally step in at the end will keep you wondering what’s going to happen next. After all, the Volturi have an interest in the Cullen family too and of course in Bella.

  • Angie Randall
    November 7, 2013 at 4:25 am

    Eclipse was possibly my favorite of the Twilight book by Stephenie Meyer because of all the action and adventure that occurs all the way through. You actually get to see things happening all over and of course this book has probably the biggest battle sequence of any of the books. The battle is the entire point of the book and it’s something you will be amazed to read for yourself. I love how the battle between Edward and Jacob really comes to the forefront here as well, it was really interesting as a kind of tension breaker and climactic event for their hatred of each other.

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