Eclipse (Twilight #3)

Eclipse (Twilight #3)

As Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge, Bella once again finds herself surrounded by danger. In the midst of it all, she is forced to choose between her love for Edward and her friendship with Jacob - knowing that her decision has the potential to ignite the ageless struggle between vampire and werew As Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge, Bella o...

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Title:Eclipse (Twilight #3)
Author:Stephenie Meyer
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:Eclipse
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:629 pages pages

Eclipse (Twilight #3) Reviews

  • Larissa
    Jul 21, 2008

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

  • Jenne
    Jul 29, 2007

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

  • karen
    May 02, 2012

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

  • mark monday
    Dec 06, 2011

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

    I'm not sure I can write a very cohesive review for this, so I'm just going to mention some of my major thoughts and go from there. Some of my favorite parts: The title. It makes such beautiful, perfect sense now, that any worries I had about the final result of the Edward/Jacob ...

    The good: 1. Meyer's writing has improved. The dialogue flows better, and some of the humor is actually funny: "Do you have a medical degree that you never told me about?" "Just give me the chance to decide whether or not I'm going to throw a fit over taking you to the hospita...

    Welcome! And we are back, my friends, to another review of Eclipse - Twilight Book No. 3! Look at me bursting with joy... ~sigh~ Eclipse was by far the worst book out of the Twilight series. You might find that hard to believe considering I rated all of them harshly with 1...

    Okay, I gave two stars to this book because I kind of hate everything it stands for, but the facts remains the I've read ALL THREE books in this series cover to cover, and always feel a prick of glee when I get my hands on the newest one. I'm not sure what their diabolical pull on me i...

    Eclipse (Twilight #3), Stephenie Meyer ????? ?????? ?????: ??????? ?????? ??? 2009 ?????? ?????: ???? - ????? ???? ??? ?? - ???? ??? ?? ?????? ???? ???????: ?????? ?? ??? ?????: ?...

    What the fuck did I just read? Reading this was a waste of my time. ...

    i watched the film version of this the other night, and i have to say that i was impressed. i kept the sound off because the dialogue didn't seem too great, but i could still see that this was a very positive and open-minded film. i love how much time Bella spends with her best friend,...

  • Rachel Wagner
    Aug 09, 2007

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

    I'm not sure I can write a very cohesive review for this, so I'm just going to mention some of my major thoughts and go from there. Some of my favorite parts: The title. It makes such beautiful, perfect sense now, that any worries I had about the final result of the Edward/Jacob ...

    The good: 1. Meyer's writing has improved. The dialogue flows better, and some of the humor is actually funny: "Do you have a medical degree that you never told me about?" "Just give me the chance to decide whether or not I'm going to throw a fit over taking you to the hospita...

    Welcome! And we are back, my friends, to another review of Eclipse - Twilight Book No. 3! Look at me bursting with joy... ~sigh~ Eclipse was by far the worst book out of the Twilight series. You might find that hard to believe considering I rated all of them harshly with 1...

    Okay, I gave two stars to this book because I kind of hate everything it stands for, but the facts remains the I've read ALL THREE books in this series cover to cover, and always feel a prick of glee when I get my hands on the newest one. I'm not sure what their diabolical pull on me i...

    Eclipse (Twilight #3), Stephenie Meyer ????? ?????? ?????: ??????? ?????? ??? 2009 ?????? ?????: ???? - ????? ???? ??? ?? - ???? ??? ?? ?????? ???? ???????: ?????? ?? ??? ?????: ?...

    What the fuck did I just read? Reading this was a waste of my time. ...

    i watched the film version of this the other night, and i have to say that i was impressed. i kept the sound off because the dialogue didn't seem too great, but i could still see that this was a very positive and open-minded film. i love how much time Bella spends with her best friend,...

    So the other day I took a trip back in time to deviantART, where I spent many a day last summer trying (and failing) to gain recognition as an artist/fanfiction writer. God, I'm pathetic. I used to be all over DA, back in the Church of Nomura days. The Kingdom Hearts franchise ...

    So, this is the book where all of the emotional abuse turns into the physical kind, when Meyer thinks it's a good idea to make the only good character of the series sexually assault Bella. Good fucking job, you irresponsible "writer". My memory of the books isn't too great, sin...

    I was very disappointed in this book. I liked Twilight and enjoyed New Moon, but this installment felt like a dime romance novel to me. She didn't introduce any new characters and spent the whole book on the love triangle between Edward, Bella, and Jacob. I felt like the love scenes we...

  • Melissa
    Sep 10, 2007

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

  • Sierra
    Feb 02, 2008

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

    I'm not sure I can write a very cohesive review for this, so I'm just going to mention some of my major thoughts and go from there. Some of my favorite parts: The title. It makes such beautiful, perfect sense now, that any worries I had about the final result of the Edward/Jacob ...

    The good: 1. Meyer's writing has improved. The dialogue flows better, and some of the humor is actually funny: "Do you have a medical degree that you never told me about?" "Just give me the chance to decide whether or not I'm going to throw a fit over taking you to the hospita...

    Welcome! And we are back, my friends, to another review of Eclipse - Twilight Book No. 3! Look at me bursting with joy... ~sigh~ Eclipse was by far the worst book out of the Twilight series. You might find that hard to believe considering I rated all of them harshly with 1...

    Okay, I gave two stars to this book because I kind of hate everything it stands for, but the facts remains the I've read ALL THREE books in this series cover to cover, and always feel a prick of glee when I get my hands on the newest one. I'm not sure what their diabolical pull on me i...

  • Leanna
    Sep 03, 2007

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

  • Saya
    Oct 12, 2007

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

  • Veronica
    Oct 15, 2007

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    Jan 12, 2010

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

    I'm not sure I can write a very cohesive review for this, so I'm just going to mention some of my major thoughts and go from there. Some of my favorite parts: The title. It makes such beautiful, perfect sense now, that any worries I had about the final result of the Edward/Jacob ...

    The good: 1. Meyer's writing has improved. The dialogue flows better, and some of the humor is actually funny: "Do you have a medical degree that you never told me about?" "Just give me the chance to decide whether or not I'm going to throw a fit over taking you to the hospita...

    Welcome! And we are back, my friends, to another review of Eclipse - Twilight Book No. 3! Look at me bursting with joy... ~sigh~ Eclipse was by far the worst book out of the Twilight series. You might find that hard to believe considering I rated all of them harshly with 1...

    Okay, I gave two stars to this book because I kind of hate everything it stands for, but the facts remains the I've read ALL THREE books in this series cover to cover, and always feel a prick of glee when I get my hands on the newest one. I'm not sure what their diabolical pull on me i...

    Eclipse (Twilight #3), Stephenie Meyer ????? ?????? ?????: ??????? ?????? ??? 2009 ?????? ?????: ???? - ????? ???? ??? ?? - ???? ??? ?? ?????? ???? ???????: ?????? ?? ??? ?????: ?...

  • Denys L.H.
    May 11, 2008

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

  • James
    Jul 16, 2008

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

  • Summer Owens
    Feb 16, 2008

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

  • Deborah Markus
    Jan 12, 2015

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

    I'm not sure I can write a very cohesive review for this, so I'm just going to mention some of my major thoughts and go from there. Some of my favorite parts: The title. It makes such beautiful, perfect sense now, that any worries I had about the final result of the Edward/Jacob ...

    The good: 1. Meyer's writing has improved. The dialogue flows better, and some of the humor is actually funny: "Do you have a medical degree that you never told me about?" "Just give me the chance to decide whether or not I'm going to throw a fit over taking you to the hospita...

  • Julie
    May 22, 2008

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

    I'm not sure I can write a very cohesive review for this, so I'm just going to mention some of my major thoughts and go from there. Some of my favorite parts: The title. It makes such beautiful, perfect sense now, that any worries I had about the final result of the Edward/Jacob ...

  • Mary ~Ravager of Tomes~
    Aug 22, 2008

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

  • Will Byrnes
    Jul 07, 2010

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

  •  Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)
    Dec 13, 2008

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

    I'm not sure I can write a very cohesive review for this, so I'm just going to mention some of my major thoughts and go from there. Some of my favorite parts: The title. It makes such beautiful, perfect sense now, that any worries I had about the final result of the Edward/Jacob ...

    The good: 1. Meyer's writing has improved. The dialogue flows better, and some of the humor is actually funny: "Do you have a medical degree that you never told me about?" "Just give me the chance to decide whether or not I'm going to throw a fit over taking you to the hospita...

    Welcome! And we are back, my friends, to another review of Eclipse - Twilight Book No. 3! Look at me bursting with joy... ~sigh~ Eclipse was by far the worst book out of the Twilight series. You might find that hard to believe considering I rated all of them harshly with 1...

    Okay, I gave two stars to this book because I kind of hate everything it stands for, but the facts remains the I've read ALL THREE books in this series cover to cover, and always feel a prick of glee when I get my hands on the newest one. I'm not sure what their diabolical pull on me i...

    Eclipse (Twilight #3), Stephenie Meyer ????? ?????? ?????: ??????? ?????? ??? 2009 ?????? ?????: ???? - ????? ???? ??? ?? - ???? ??? ?? ?????? ???? ???????: ?????? ?? ??? ?????: ?...

    What the fuck did I just read? Reading this was a waste of my time. ...

    i watched the film version of this the other night, and i have to say that i was impressed. i kept the sound off because the dialogue didn't seem too great, but i could still see that this was a very positive and open-minded film. i love how much time Bella spends with her best friend,...

    So the other day I took a trip back in time to deviantART, where I spent many a day last summer trying (and failing) to gain recognition as an artist/fanfiction writer. God, I'm pathetic. I used to be all over DA, back in the Church of Nomura days. The Kingdom Hearts franchise ...

    So, this is the book where all of the emotional abuse turns into the physical kind, when Meyer thinks it's a good idea to make the only good character of the series sexually assault Bella. Good fucking job, you irresponsible "writer". My memory of the books isn't too great, sin...

    I was very disappointed in this book. I liked Twilight and enjoyed New Moon, but this installment felt like a dime romance novel to me. She didn't introduce any new characters and spent the whole book on the love triangle between Edward, Bella, and Jacob. I felt like the love scenes we...

    Eclipse started out pretty good, and by the time I finished it, I was once again feeling the love glow that these books give me. My Thoughts: 1.Bella. Bella was rather annoying in this book. I have decided that she must have the lowest self-esteem of any person alive. I just don...

  • Manny
    Oct 18, 2009

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

  • Paula
    Aug 08, 2016

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

    I'm not sure I can write a very cohesive review for this, so I'm just going to mention some of my major thoughts and go from there. Some of my favorite parts: The title. It makes such beautiful, perfect sense now, that any worries I had about the final result of the Edward/Jacob ...

    The good: 1. Meyer's writing has improved. The dialogue flows better, and some of the humor is actually funny: "Do you have a medical degree that you never told me about?" "Just give me the chance to decide whether or not I'm going to throw a fit over taking you to the hospita...

    Welcome! And we are back, my friends, to another review of Eclipse - Twilight Book No. 3! Look at me bursting with joy... ~sigh~ Eclipse was by far the worst book out of the Twilight series. You might find that hard to believe considering I rated all of them harshly with 1...

    Okay, I gave two stars to this book because I kind of hate everything it stands for, but the facts remains the I've read ALL THREE books in this series cover to cover, and always feel a prick of glee when I get my hands on the newest one. I'm not sure what their diabolical pull on me i...

    Eclipse (Twilight #3), Stephenie Meyer ????? ?????? ?????: ??????? ?????? ??? 2009 ?????? ?????: ???? - ????? ???? ??? ?? - ???? ??? ?? ?????? ???? ???????: ?????? ?? ??? ?????: ?...

    What the fuck did I just read? Reading this was a waste of my time. ...

    i watched the film version of this the other night, and i have to say that i was impressed. i kept the sound off because the dialogue didn't seem too great, but i could still see that this was a very positive and open-minded film. i love how much time Bella spends with her best friend,...

    So the other day I took a trip back in time to deviantART, where I spent many a day last summer trying (and failing) to gain recognition as an artist/fanfiction writer. God, I'm pathetic. I used to be all over DA, back in the Church of Nomura days. The Kingdom Hearts franchise ...

    So, this is the book where all of the emotional abuse turns into the physical kind, when Meyer thinks it's a good idea to make the only good character of the series sexually assault Bella. Good fucking job, you irresponsible "writer". My memory of the books isn't too great, sin...

    I was very disappointed in this book. I liked Twilight and enjoyed New Moon, but this installment felt like a dime romance novel to me. She didn't introduce any new characters and spent the whole book on the love triangle between Edward, Bella, and Jacob. I felt like the love scenes we...

    Eclipse started out pretty good, and by the time I finished it, I was once again feeling the love glow that these books give me. My Thoughts: 1.Bella. Bella was rather annoying in this book. I have decided that she must have the lowest self-esteem of any person alive. I just don...

    you know a book is bad when it's been years since you read it but you can still remember just how awful it was ...

    Book 3 in The Twilight Saga. Bella and Edward are back together, while Bella is struggling to hold on to her friendship with her very best friend, Jacob. There is also a new threat lurking on the horizon. This was another very entertaining story in the series. Romance, action, ...

  • Kiki
    Jul 28, 2010

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

    I'm not sure I can write a very cohesive review for this, so I'm just going to mention some of my major thoughts and go from there. Some of my favorite parts: The title. It makes such beautiful, perfect sense now, that any worries I had about the final result of the Edward/Jacob ...

    The good: 1. Meyer's writing has improved. The dialogue flows better, and some of the humor is actually funny: "Do you have a medical degree that you never told me about?" "Just give me the chance to decide whether or not I'm going to throw a fit over taking you to the hospita...

    Welcome! And we are back, my friends, to another review of Eclipse - Twilight Book No. 3! Look at me bursting with joy... ~sigh~ Eclipse was by far the worst book out of the Twilight series. You might find that hard to believe considering I rated all of them harshly with 1...

    Okay, I gave two stars to this book because I kind of hate everything it stands for, but the facts remains the I've read ALL THREE books in this series cover to cover, and always feel a prick of glee when I get my hands on the newest one. I'm not sure what their diabolical pull on me i...

    Eclipse (Twilight #3), Stephenie Meyer ????? ?????? ?????: ??????? ?????? ??? 2009 ?????? ?????: ???? - ????? ???? ??? ?? - ???? ??? ?? ?????? ???? ???????: ?????? ?? ??? ?????: ?...

    What the fuck did I just read? Reading this was a waste of my time. ...

    i watched the film version of this the other night, and i have to say that i was impressed. i kept the sound off because the dialogue didn't seem too great, but i could still see that this was a very positive and open-minded film. i love how much time Bella spends with her best friend,...

    So the other day I took a trip back in time to deviantART, where I spent many a day last summer trying (and failing) to gain recognition as an artist/fanfiction writer. God, I'm pathetic. I used to be all over DA, back in the Church of Nomura days. The Kingdom Hearts franchise ...

  • Sasha  Mizaree (Reviews)
    Dec 09, 2012

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

    I'm not sure I can write a very cohesive review for this, so I'm just going to mention some of my major thoughts and go from there. Some of my favorite parts: The title. It makes such beautiful, perfect sense now, that any worries I had about the final result of the Edward/Jacob ...

    The good: 1. Meyer's writing has improved. The dialogue flows better, and some of the humor is actually funny: "Do you have a medical degree that you never told me about?" "Just give me the chance to decide whether or not I'm going to throw a fit over taking you to the hospita...

    Welcome! And we are back, my friends, to another review of Eclipse - Twilight Book No. 3! Look at me bursting with joy... ~sigh~ Eclipse was by far the worst book out of the Twilight series. You might find that hard to believe considering I rated all of them harshly with 1...

    Okay, I gave two stars to this book because I kind of hate everything it stands for, but the facts remains the I've read ALL THREE books in this series cover to cover, and always feel a prick of glee when I get my hands on the newest one. I'm not sure what their diabolical pull on me i...

    Eclipse (Twilight #3), Stephenie Meyer ????? ?????? ?????: ??????? ?????? ??? 2009 ?????? ?????: ???? - ????? ???? ??? ?? - ???? ??? ?? ?????? ???? ???????: ?????? ?? ??? ?????: ?...

    What the fuck did I just read? Reading this was a waste of my time. ...

    i watched the film version of this the other night, and i have to say that i was impressed. i kept the sound off because the dialogue didn't seem too great, but i could still see that this was a very positive and open-minded film. i love how much time Bella spends with her best friend,...

    So the other day I took a trip back in time to deviantART, where I spent many a day last summer trying (and failing) to gain recognition as an artist/fanfiction writer. God, I'm pathetic. I used to be all over DA, back in the Church of Nomura days. The Kingdom Hearts franchise ...

    So, this is the book where all of the emotional abuse turns into the physical kind, when Meyer thinks it's a good idea to make the only good character of the series sexually assault Bella. Good fucking job, you irresponsible "writer". My memory of the books isn't too great, sin...

  • MallyReads
    Feb 04, 2012

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

    I'm not sure I can write a very cohesive review for this, so I'm just going to mention some of my major thoughts and go from there. Some of my favorite parts: The title. It makes such beautiful, perfect sense now, that any worries I had about the final result of the Edward/Jacob ...

    The good: 1. Meyer's writing has improved. The dialogue flows better, and some of the humor is actually funny: "Do you have a medical degree that you never told me about?" "Just give me the chance to decide whether or not I'm going to throw a fit over taking you to the hospita...

    Welcome! And we are back, my friends, to another review of Eclipse - Twilight Book No. 3! Look at me bursting with joy... ~sigh~ Eclipse was by far the worst book out of the Twilight series. You might find that hard to believe considering I rated all of them harshly with 1...

  • Mari
    Dec 17, 2016

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

  • Laz
    Dec 20, 2013

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

  • P
    Mar 17, 2014

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

  • Emma
    May 06, 2017

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

    I'm not sure I can write a very cohesive review for this, so I'm just going to mention some of my major thoughts and go from there. Some of my favorite parts: The title. It makes such beautiful, perfect sense now, that any worries I had about the final result of the Edward/Jacob ...

    The good: 1. Meyer's writing has improved. The dialogue flows better, and some of the humor is actually funny: "Do you have a medical degree that you never told me about?" "Just give me the chance to decide whether or not I'm going to throw a fit over taking you to the hospita...

    Welcome! And we are back, my friends, to another review of Eclipse - Twilight Book No. 3! Look at me bursting with joy... ~sigh~ Eclipse was by far the worst book out of the Twilight series. You might find that hard to believe considering I rated all of them harshly with 1...

    Okay, I gave two stars to this book because I kind of hate everything it stands for, but the facts remains the I've read ALL THREE books in this series cover to cover, and always feel a prick of glee when I get my hands on the newest one. I'm not sure what their diabolical pull on me i...

    Eclipse (Twilight #3), Stephenie Meyer ????? ?????? ?????: ??????? ?????? ??? 2009 ?????? ?????: ???? - ????? ???? ??? ?? - ???? ??? ?? ?????? ???? ???????: ?????? ?? ??? ?????: ?...

    What the fuck did I just read? Reading this was a waste of my time. ...

    i watched the film version of this the other night, and i have to say that i was impressed. i kept the sound off because the dialogue didn't seem too great, but i could still see that this was a very positive and open-minded film. i love how much time Bella spends with her best friend,...

    So the other day I took a trip back in time to deviantART, where I spent many a day last summer trying (and failing) to gain recognition as an artist/fanfiction writer. God, I'm pathetic. I used to be all over DA, back in the Church of Nomura days. The Kingdom Hearts franchise ...

    So, this is the book where all of the emotional abuse turns into the physical kind, when Meyer thinks it's a good idea to make the only good character of the series sexually assault Bella. Good fucking job, you irresponsible "writer". My memory of the books isn't too great, sin...

    I was very disappointed in this book. I liked Twilight and enjoyed New Moon, but this installment felt like a dime romance novel to me. She didn't introduce any new characters and spent the whole book on the love triangle between Edward, Bella, and Jacob. I felt like the love scenes we...

    Eclipse started out pretty good, and by the time I finished it, I was once again feeling the love glow that these books give me. My Thoughts: 1.Bella. Bella was rather annoying in this book. I have decided that she must have the lowest self-esteem of any person alive. I just don...

    you know a book is bad when it's been years since you read it but you can still remember just how awful it was ...

  • alyssa
    Jun 21, 2016

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...

    Eclipse took what magic was in Twilight and survived the boring but interesting New Moon and killed it off with it's length, lack of imagery, inconsistencies, and lifeless characters. The high school romance theme is COMPLETELY abandoned- we have the occasional, random scene since w...

    This book just made me hate the Twilight series even more. It made me hate Bella and Edward more. Hell, it even made me hate Stephanie Meyer for not double-checking her stupidity all in 629 pages. But I do love Jacob ever so much now. He rules. They suck. End of story. I read the third...

    With the imminent (This was written in 2010) release of the film (and the film getting decent reviews) it seemed time to dive back in. Meyer is a guilty pleasure, and the 629 pages read like 250. Bella, as usual, straddles the line between vampires and werewolves. But Stephanie Mey...

    I succumbed and read Eclipse. I swear this is the last time I will ever write about Stephenie Meyer. I really am sick and tired of her books. Fortunately, the next won?t be released for a year, so I can put the series behind me for at least that long. After offending several peopl...

    ?He's like a drug for you, Bella.? When Bella is torn between Edward and Jacob, while Edward is her world, Jacob is likewise her savior. So who will she choose ? Eclipse made my stomach flutter when I read it first time even if it was quite melodramatic as Jacob tries ...

    Last year for the 10th anniversary of Twilight, I decided to read and recap (with the help of some wonderful people) that first Twilight book. This was something that I had already done with the ENTIRE Fifty Shades series, so I was expecting Twilight to honestly present us a chance t...

    Sparked by a recent conversation with my friend Hillary, I have decided I need to post my thoughts about a certain series of novels written by Stephenie Meyer. Particularly the relationship between one, Bella, and the object of her affection. The supposedly uber hot vampire, Edward. ...

    Agh. What is the point of any of this? Edward is so dull and controlling and creepy. I think even a seventeen-year-old would need more than unearthly beauty and a nice car to inspire this epic, world-ending love. Jacob is the only real character, and even he keeps forcing himself on ...

    Can't help feeling slightly disappointed by this. Having seen the movie, I expected tons of action. Instead I got none. I also got lots of Bella whining. I can't seem to make up my mind on whether I like or her this character. I always seem to change my mind when I'm about to make a de...

    Stephenie Meyer should be sending handwritten thank-you notes to every sorry teenager (and masochistic adult) who continues to slog through her Harlequin romp of a series. Were it not for what I will generously term my ?anthropological interest? in this ever-popularizing series, I ...

    Looking at other reviews of Eclipse, I'm a little surprised by the comments. Yes, of course it's badly written. Yes, of course Bella and Edward are horrible people, and they have a sick, co-dependent relationship. But that doesn't get any closer to explaining why these books are so pop...

    Actual Rating: 1.5 Stars Man this one was a lot harder to reread than the first two. So much manipulation & whining & lovey dovey, ugh. Definitely less fun now that Jacob is a full blown asshole. ...

    I'm not sure I can write a very cohesive review for this, so I'm just going to mention some of my major thoughts and go from there. Some of my favorite parts: The title. It makes such beautiful, perfect sense now, that any worries I had about the final result of the Edward/Jacob ...

    The good: 1. Meyer's writing has improved. The dialogue flows better, and some of the humor is actually funny: "Do you have a medical degree that you never told me about?" "Just give me the chance to decide whether or not I'm going to throw a fit over taking you to the hospita...

    Welcome! And we are back, my friends, to another review of Eclipse - Twilight Book No. 3! Look at me bursting with joy... ~sigh~ Eclipse was by far the worst book out of the Twilight series. You might find that hard to believe considering I rated all of them harshly with 1...

    Okay, I gave two stars to this book because I kind of hate everything it stands for, but the facts remains the I've read ALL THREE books in this series cover to cover, and always feel a prick of glee when I get my hands on the newest one. I'm not sure what their diabolical pull on me i...

    Eclipse (Twilight #3), Stephenie Meyer ????? ?????? ?????: ??????? ?????? ??? 2009 ?????? ?????: ???? - ????? ???? ??? ?? - ???? ??? ?? ?????? ???? ???????: ?????? ?? ??? ?????: ?...

    What the fuck did I just read? Reading this was a waste of my time. ...

  • Miranda Reads
    Mar 12, 2018

    "You gave it three stars?" she asked me, biting her lip and holding her breath. "Yes," I finally answered with my marble lips, cold yet strangely comforting, even warm. "Stephenie, don't forget to breathe." "Oh, of course." A storm seemed to rage in her for just a moment. "I g...

    My notes to characters in Eclipse: Bella: I'm so done with you. You're a self-absorbed little snot. You're not a strong modern woman because you don't want to be a teen bride, and you're not cute because you fall down a lot. Alice: You're so not cute either. Jacob: What you d...

    snif. my link is worthless now. this is the virgin daiquiri version of wuthering heights, all watered down, plopped in a blender, and sitting at the folding card table with the kiddies.and they are all gulping it down without knowing that the real deal is way more fun. elizabeth ...

    I had expectations for this book, but I found it to be a terrible disappointment. Where to begin with? First of all, I have lost most of the respect I had for Bella as a character. Her obsession for Edward has really gone overboard, to the point of becoming downright annoying, even...

    Isabella Swan? I promise to love you forever - every single day of forever. Will you marry me? I can feel my teenage heart quivering I'm gonna fight for you, until your heart stops beating. That heart just exploded Whewwwww. Ten years ago, I would've fought anyone who challenged Ed...