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There is an alternate cover edition for ISBN13 9780316160193 here I knew we were both in mortal danger Still in that instant I felt well Whole 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 I FELT LIKE I WAS TRAPPED IN ONE OF THOSE TERRIFYING NIGHTMARES the one where you have to run run till your lungs burst but you can't make your body move fast enough But this was no dream and unlike the nightmare I wasn't running for my life I was racing to save something infinitely precious My own life meant little to me today 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 beginningLEGIONS OF READERS ENTRANCED BY THE New York Times bestseller Twilight are hungry for the continuing story of star crossed lovers Bell and Edward In New Moon Stephanie Meyer delivers another irresistible combination of romance and suspense with a supernatural spin passionate riveting and full of surprising twists and turns this vampire love saga is well on its way to literary immortality


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    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 how is it possible a book with almost no plot can be so long? When I first read New Moon back in 2008 I didn't like it In fact I'm not even sure why it had three stars because I remember being super frustrated Even though Edward and Bella's relationship deeply disturbs my soul Bella is so incredibly boring without him I'm not even sure how Stephenie Meyer managed 563 pages Truly I'm amazed because I can sum up New Moon in one big picture But let's get on with it I'll go into some detail for yaThe book starts off on Bella's 18th birthday a day she has been dreading for months only because in her mind she will be one year older than Edward So she makes a huge production about people not celebrating her birthday but the Cullens ignore her and Alice plans a party Before Edward forces her to attend they watch Romeo and Juliet the book's supposed theme and they have merry little conversation about Edward's contingency plans once Bella dies Now let's not forget they've only been dating for a few months Yet here they are making out and talking about killing themselves in the event of the other's death How romantic Don't even ask me the logic behind how they can even kiss when his teeth are supposed to be venom coated Stephenie Meyer gives some bull shit excuse she must have learned from ass grab 101 But I digressFinally they make it to the birthday party Bella gets a paper cut and Jasper almost single handedly ends this series on page 29 Unfortunately to my dismay his attempt was foiled by Edward Eddie pushes Bella out the way and she crashes into the glass plates slashing up her arm Pause let's think about that scene a bit Who's bright idea was it to have glass plates? With a human In a room full of vampires That drink blood Isn't Alice psychic? Why didn't she see Bella cutting her finger on the wrapping paper? Wait don't think about that because if you spend all your time contemplating the stupidity we'll never get through this reviewObviously Eddie is not happy with the events that went down at his place and Bella further irritates him by apologizing forwait for itbeing human Bella you know you've been hanging out with mythical creatures too much when you start thinking your humanity isn't normal But anyway Eddie does what any loving boyfriend would do after their girlfriend is attack by their brother he ignores her And because Eddie is Alpha Male Edward and Bella is Submissive Mary Sue Bella she doesn't confront him about it Instead she waits for him to be ready On the third day of ignoring her he drags he into the words and chucks up the deuces The exchange goes a little like this Alpha Male Edward tells Submissive Mary Sue Bella firmly No I don't want you to come You're no good for me And she pretty much agrees realizing how much of a waste of space she is Then Edward just pours salt all over her open wound and tells her Don't do anything reckless or stupid he ordered no longer detached Do you understand what I'm saying?I'm thinking of Charlie of course He needs you Take care of yourself for himI nodded helplessly Wow Relly? You're just going to let him order you around like that? How about you look after yourself FOR YOU first everyone else second? Awesome Bells Can I call you Bells? Not only do you have ZERO self preservation skills but also no self confidence Just awesome There's only about a million or so girls looking up to you as a role model No pressure to be a strong female character You could have walked away from this with grace but no instead all your dignity flies out the window when you pull a bitch move and run after Edward through the woods Then she defaults back to Fuck my life mode and slips into a depression for four fucking months I find it kind of funny her depression was longer than their actual relationship Heh But this wasn't just any depression it was some serious shit I always had nightmares now every night Not nightmares really not in the plural because it was always the same nightmare You'd think I'd get bored after so many months grow immune to it Or how about this Even my outsides looked different my face sallow white except for the purple circles the nightmares had left under my eyes My eyes were dark enough against my pallid skin that if I were beautiful and seen from a distance I might even pass for a vampire now Once again I find myself asking the question Where are her parents? Why did Charlie let this go on for FOUR months? She should have been in counseling or something But Meyer thinks she can just pacify readers by Renee sending a random e mail here and there or Charlie just suggesting she seek help only to be shot down by Bella Fail So much fail All that considered that's not even the biggest problem I have with this book Bella soon figures out she can conjure up hallucinations of Edward if she does something reckless or suicidal This is where Jake comes into play Bella uses Jake like everyone else to get what she wants by asking him to fix up two motorcycles she found and giving her riding lessons She figures it will be the perfect thing to help her see of Edward I suppose she simply forgot how big of a klutz she is and once the bikes are fixed the lessons commence The first time she gets on she falls off and Jake the only one with common sense thinks they should call it a day before she gets hurt But Bella thinks this is BK and she can have it her way and gets back on the bike Chick has gone batshit crazy and she promptly busts her ass But she doesn't care because her mission was a success She got to see and hear Edward Her next brilliant idea is to throw herself off a cliff during high tide The first time I read this I was secretly hoping she would drown but the other two books already were published so it was a hopeless wish Oh and I almost forgot to mention the actual plot LOL Funny how that happens when there isn't one huh? LOL The She vamp Victoria is scoping out the area trying to get to Bella But her part is VERY small in this book like the plot so we don't really need to talk about her I suppose the wolf pack is worth mentioning They're pretty much a bunch of wannabe werewolves that run around with their shirts off That's all you really need to know about them So finally Alice shows up in chapter 18 because she thought Bella was trying to commit suicide close enough Alice And through a nice little exchange of he said she said BS Edward is off to Italy to kill himself This causes Bella to go into hero mode and race to Italy and save Edward I really don't care enough to give my thoughts on the race to Italy That entire part was rushed and anti climatic There isn't even a fight scene Instead here is a timeline courtesy of Reasoning with Vampires Thanks for the link Cait and Jen Anyway they get back to good old Forks and Bella composes a vote on everyone's thoughts of her joining team undead Edward is at a steady no along with Rosalie But everyone else says Hell yes Like becoming a vampire is a party or something Funny thing is when Bella asks Jasper he goes And she's all Hmm yeah that's not weird at all Not the least bit creepyIn the last few pages Edward and Jake have a little pissing contest and Edward proposes to Bella The End Yawn Thank God it's over Now where's my fuckin' chocolate?My Twilight Review can be found hereBONUSOh yeah bonus time 'Cause what's a review without one?Quick If I were to light Edward on fire what would he become?view spoiler hide spoiler