Best Read [ New Moon (Twilight, #2) ] by [ Stephenie Meyer ] – thegreatwallonline.us

New Moon (Twilight, #2) There is an alternate cover edition for this ISBN13 here. I knew we were both in mortal danger Still, in that instant, I felt wellWhole I could feel my heart racing in my chest, the blood pulsing hot and fast through my veins again My lungs filled deep with the sweet scent that came off his skin It was like there had never been any hole in my chest I was perfect not healed, but as if there had never been a wound in the first place For Bella Swan, there is one thing important than life itself Edward Cullen But being in love with a vampire is even dangerous than Bella could ever have imagined Edward has already rescued Bella from the clutches of one evil vampire, but now, as their daring relationship threatens all that is near and dear to them, they realize their troubles may be just beginning New Read [ New Moon (Twilight, #2) ] by [ Stephenie Meyer ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – thegreatwallonline.us

Best Read [ New Moon (Twilight, #2)  ] by [ Stephenie Meyer ] – thegreatwallonline.us
  • Hardcover
  • 563 pages
  • New Moon (Twilight, #2)
  • Stephenie Meyer
  • English
  • 10 March 2017
  • 0316160199

10 thoughts on “New Moon (Twilight, #2)


  1. says:

    Stephen King once said, Stephenie Meyer can t write worth a darn She s not very good I couldn t agree , Stephen With that, we shall kick this off with a joke Heh This re reading is brought to you courtesy of Project Hindsight I m sorry folks I just could not get through this shit book another time However, since I ve already read it a few times, I feel extremely confident in skipping to the review But first, can someone please explain to me why this book is 563 pages Seriously Stephen King once said, Stephenie Meyer can t write worth a darn She s not very good I couldn t agree , Stephen With that, we shall kick this off with a joke He...


  2. says:

    This should suffice.


  3. says:

    Keep in mind that though this review is about to wheel off into an angry rant, this book is good The series is addictive And as I said previously about Stephanie Meyer, if you want to cease brain function for a few hours, she s your girl.The beginning is slow, the middle is gold, the end is lacking The blank pages to represent months passed in zombie depression, great idea.Now, my problem My problem is not so much with the story as it is perhaps with the idea behind the story and thus, the a Keep in mind that though this review is about to wheel off into an angry rant, this book is good The series is addictive And as I said previously about Stephanie Meyer, if you want to cease brain function for a few hours, she s your girl.The beginning is slow, the middle is gold, the end is lacking The blank pages to represent months passed in zombie depression, great idea.Now, my problem My problem is not so much with the story as it is perhaps with the idea behind the story and thus, the author herself It all starts with Romeo and Juliet Stupid kids Yes, yes, the great tragedy of love Please note the word tragedy came before the word love Because without the tragedy there would be no story What would the story be otherwise I m not going to presume to rewrite Shakespeare at least not for the hypothetical purposes of illustrating a point in this review I will say, that I find it sad and unfortunate that Meyers insists on her characters not only a...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here You may have heard me rant about the previous novel Twilight I decided to read the sequel, just to see if it will get better.Boy, was I wrong.First off, we began with Bella Swan bitching about how old she s getting, because Edward stays 17 forever, and since her birthday is coming up, she ll be one year older than her perfect lover Um older than him Looks wise, yes, but these dumbasses don t realize is that he s 100 YEARS OLDER THAN HER WHAT THE HELL IS HE EVEN DOING IN HIGH SCHOOL IN THE You may have heard me rant about the previous novel Twilight I decided to read the sequel, just to see if it will get better.Boy, was I wrong.First off, we began with Bella Swan bitching about how old she s getting, because Edward stays 17 forever, and since her birthday is coming up, she ll be one year older than her perfect lover Um older than him Looks wise, yes, but these dumbasses don t realize is that he s 100 YEARS OLDER THAN HER WHAT THE HELL IS HE EVEN DOING IN HIGH SCHOOL IN THE FIRST PLACE What really makes me annoyed with this couple was the fact they were comparing their relationship with Romeo and Juliet It s nowhere even close to that because you two have no reason for loving each other On a side note, Romeo and Juliet have no reason...


  5. says:

    Dear Ms Meyer, Yours painfully or some other adverb The Society Of Of People Opposed To Douchebags And Their Disciples T.S.O.P.O.T.D.A.T.D


  6. says:

    When she was 12 me and my daughter Georgia went to see Twilight After the movie I asked her what she thought THAT WAS THE BEST MOVIE EVER she said And she went to see it threetimes, with people other than me.So she bought the book and read it in about four hours I asked her what she thought THAT WAS THE BEST BOOK EVER she said.Then we got the dvd of the movie and she watched it again THAT WAS THE WORST MOVIE EVER she said I was surprised but she explained Bella is stupid, Edwa When she was 12 me and my daughter Georgia went to see Twilight After the movie I asked her what she thought THAT WAS THE BEST MOVIE EVER she said And she went to see it threetimes, with people other than me.So she bought the book and read it in about four hours I asked her what she thought THAT WAS THE BEST BOOK EVER she said.Then we got the dvd of the movie and s...


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    Uhg I read Twilight and was sorely disappointed in it, but I had heard through a series of acquaintances that this one was better that it introduced werewolves and slightly healthier relationships.I was deceived It was awful not as bad as its predecessor, but still pretty bad Right off the bat Bella is crying about how she hates her birthday and dreads aging and wants little to do with her birthday This was a annoying to read through because I kept thinking to myself, What teenage girl th Uhg I read Twilight and was sorely disappointed in it, but I had heard through a series of acquaintances that this one was better that it introduced werewolves and slightly healthier relationships.I was deceived It was awful not as bad as its predecessor, but still pretty bad Right off the bat Bella is crying about how she hates her birthday and dreads aging and wants little to do with her birthday This was a annoying to read through because I kept thinking to myself, What teenage girl thinks this way Perhaps they do, but when I was a teen, I could only think of how awesome I was going to be when I got older and hadexperiences.Skip to the party She cuts herself and a unicorn cries, she is suddenly alone on the forest floor Her life is over now that Edward gone For the next hundred pages or so we enter DIARY MODE, complete with day to day updates on how she is truly dead inside I found myself skimming though t...


  8. says:

    oh, hai, just me here, reading new moon on my nook simple touchthis twilight craze the books are not as bad as the haters say they are, but they are also nowhere near as good as lovers of this series believe this installment was just kind of bland despite my reading it on the fine e ink technology of the new nook.she did one thing right one wonderful thing i assume it is too late ...


  9. says:

    As ye sow, so shall ye reap Earlier this year, I foolishly lent my copy of Twilight to Cate across the road She liked it Then, when she got a place at college last month, we thought we d give her something as a congratulations and going away present It was so logical to buy a copy of New Moon.Cate zipped through it quickly, and dropped off her copy before leaving so that I could read it too How could I possibly say anything except thank you Well look on the bright side I ve heard so muc As ye sow, so shall ye reap Earlier this year, I foolishly lent my copy of Twilight to Cate across the road She liked it Then, when she got a place at college last month, we thought we d give her something as a congratulations and going away present It was so logical to buy a copy of New Moon.Cate zipped through it quickly, and dropped off her copy before leaving so that I could read it too How could I possibly say anything except thank you Well look on the bright side I ve heard so much about this book, and I suppose it is interesting to see what people are talking about But, Jesus Christ, Bella is eighteen and she s already obsessing...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I can t even wow Is anyone else completely aghast that this dreck saw a printing press not to mention became a wildly popular series I thought I was being hard on Twilight when I criticized it for portraying a relationship so ill advised and unhealthy and then romanticizing that relationship to young people as if people didn t already make enough bad decisions I thought maybe now that Book 1 was done the series would take a nice turn.Enter New Moon Exit Shred of decency.Were it simply a I can t even wow Is anyone else completely aghast that this dreck saw a printing press not to mention became a wildly popular series I thought I was being hard on Twilight when I criticized it for portraying a relationship so ill advised and unhealthy and then romanticizing that relationship to young people as if people didn t already make enough bad decisions I thought maybe now that Book 1 was done the series would take a nice turn.Enter New Moon Exit Shred of decency.Were it simply a problem of the weakly developed characters, confused and uneven plotline, hundreds of pages of cloying depression only to be replaced by cloying sentimentality later on , and an appalling and unsubtle parallel to Romeo and Juliet, this novel would simply be mediocre teen fare.But then we must consider the problem of Bella whiny, needy, and sullen,...

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