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Reviewed by Tarryn from Durban,South Africa on 07 April 2011
173 of 344 people found the following review helpful:
This is Meyers 3rd novel in the Twilight saga.
Bella and Edward are back together and deeply in love,however,Jacob Black is hurt and in misery without Bella. Bella is torn between wanting to see her best friend and wanting to please Edward,who does not want Bella anywhere near the werewolves.
This is my favourite book of the saga because it ties up all the loose ends from the previous two novels. We learn how Jasper and Rosalie became vampires and there is alot of depth in the book.
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Reviewed by YY from Johannesburg, South Africa on 20 August 2010
749 of 1517 people found the following review helpful:
This has to be my least favourite book in the saga. I just didnt understand when Bella's feelings for Jacob had developed from being a buddy to being Edward's competitor. Stephenie should have developed the romantic aspect of Jacob and Bella's relationship more in New Moon instead of leading us to believe that Bella only wanted to be friends and was in a sense, using Jacob to heal her heartache over Edward.I just dont buy this falling inlove with Jacob at the 11th hour.I also found myself disliking Bella and feeling that she was undeserving of Edwards love..and even Jacobs at that. The background stories on the Cullens and the wolves and Stephenies fantastic story-telling abilities did a lot to redeem this book in my view.
Classic Love StoryWas this review helpful?
Reviewed by Bev from Cape Town, South Africa on 09 June 2010
1068 of 2244 people found the following review helpful:
The fact that there are vampires and werewolves just gives this story an added twist, this saga is a beautiful and passionate love story. A love that is real but would be frowned upon by many others. Bella has some important decisons to make and Edward just wants the best for her. These books will keep you riveted and desperate for more long after the last chapter has been read.
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