Melissa Smith, January 13, 2011 (view all comments by Melissa Smith)
This book of the series, by Stephanie Meyer, is the best way to sum up the series of events that happen to these young individuals. With concepts of marriage, children, demise, friendship, and challanging decisions this book is a way to show young adults that you can have more than one right decision in front of you; you just have to make the right one for YOU. Even though it is a book about vampires, warewolves, and other mytical beings this book caputres the essance of reality for teenagers and adults alike. Stephanie Meyer does a elaborate job illustrating her scenes. I would recomend this, as well as the rest of her series, to any young adult.
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