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Twilight - Midnight Sun

Twilight - MIDNIGHT SUN
By

Stephanie Meyer

Contents

midnight sun

Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 1. First Sight

This was the time of day when I wished I were able to sleep.
High school.Or was purgatory the right word? If there was any way to atone for my sins, this ought to count toward the tally in some measure. The tedium was not something I grew used to; every day seemed more
impossibly monotonous than the last.Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 2. Open Book


I leaned back against the soft snow bank, letting the dry powder reshape itself around my weight. My
skin had cooled to match the air around me, and the tiny pieces of ice felt like velvet under my skin.
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 3. Phenomenon

Truly, I was not thirsty, but I decided to hunt again that night. A small ounce of prevention, inadequate
though I knew it to be.

Carlisle came with me; we hadn't been alone together since I'd returned from Denali. As we ran through
the black forest, I heard him thinking about that hasty goodbye last week.
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 4. Visions

I went back to school. This was the right thing to do, the most inconspicuous way to behave.

By the end of the day, almost all the other students had returned to class, too. Just Tyler and Bella and a
few others-who were probably using the accident as a chance to ditch-remained absent.
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 5. Invitations


High school. Purgatory no longer, it was now purely hell. Torment and fire...yes, I had both.

I was doing everything correctly now. Every "i" dotted, every "t" crossed. No one could complain that I
was shirking my responsibilities.
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 6. Blood Type

I followed her all day through other people's eyes, barely aware of my own surroundings.

Not Mike Newton's eyes, because I couldn't stand any more of his offensive fantasies, and not Jessica

Stanley's, because her resentment toward Bella made me angry in a way that was not safe for the petty
girl. Angela Weber was a good choice when her eyes were available; she was kind-her head was an easy
place to be. And then sometimes it was the teachers who provided the best view.
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 7. Melody

I had to wait when I got back to school. The final hour wasn't out yet. That was good, because I had
things to think about and I needed the alone time.

Her scent lingered in the car. I kept the windows up, letting it assault me, trying to get used to the feel of
intentionally torching my throat.
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 8. Ghost

I did not see much of Jasper's guests for the two sunny days that they were in Forks. I only went home at all so that Esme wouldn't worry. Otherwise, my existence seemed more like that of a specter than a vampire. I hovered, invisible in the shadows, where I could follow the object of my love and obsession where

I could see her and hear her in the minds of the lucky humans who could walk through the
sunlight beside her, sometimes accidentally brushing the back of her hand with their own. She never
reacted to such contact; their hands were just as warm as hers
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 9. Port Angeles

It was too bright for me to drive into town when I got to Port Angeles; the sun was still too high
overhead, and, though my windows were tinted dark, there was no reason to take unnecessary risks.
More unnecessary risks, I should say.

I was certain I would be able to find Jessica's thoughts from a distance-Jessica's thoughts were louder
than Angela's, but once I found the first, I'd be able to hear the second. Then, when the shadows
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 10. Theory

"Can I ask just one more?" she entreated instead of answering my demand.
I was on edge, anxious for the worst. And yet, how tempting it was to prolong this moment. To have
Bella with me, willingly, for just a few seconds longer. I sighed at the dilemma, and then said, "One."

"Well...," she hesitated for a moment, as if deciding which question to voice. "You said you knew I hadn't
gone into the bookstore, and that I had gone south. I was just wondering how you know that."
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 11. Interrogations 

CNN broke the story first.

I was glad it hit the news before I had to leave for school, anxious to hear how the humans would phrase
the account, and what amount of attention it would garner.

Luckily, it was a heavy news day. There was an earthquake in South America and a political kidnapping in
the Middle East. So it ended up only earning a few seconds, a few sentences, and one grainy picture.
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 12 Complications

Bella and I walked silently to biology. I was trying to focus myself on the moment, on the girl beside me,
on what was real and solid, on anything that would keep Alice's deceitful, meaningless visions out of my
head.

We passed Angela Weber, lingering on the sidewalk, discussing an assignment with a boy from her
Trigonometry class. I scanned her thoughts perfunctorily, expecting more disappointment, only to be
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 13 Balancing

As I sped down the winding road I knew what lay ahead for me. My home. As the woods thinned out I
knew what I had to face. My family. I’m sure Rosalie had informed them all in her own colourful words of
my recent revelations to this human girl. The human girl that she could never be. The human girl that
had been materialised out of my own personal hell. The human girl that was my punishment for being a
monster. The human girl who’s delectable scent still lingered with me. The human girl… Bella that
actually had accepted the fiend beside her for the entire day. Bella who’s touch had not been a mistake
on my ice cold hands. Bella…
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 14 Division

It had been only less than an hour since I slid out of Bella’s window and raced through the forest to get
to my home. I had freshened up and changed for school. Funny I had never been eager for school before
but Bella had abruptly changed that. She was changing more than just that though. I signed and shook
off the thoughts.
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 15 Back and Forth

Billy Black’s thoughts were insulting at the very least. I was seething as much as I was speeding towards
my house. He was positive that I was a danger to Bella.Hah! A danger to Bella, not at that moment. At
that moment I was a danger to him. Had Bella not been there I would have reversed back into his car… I
remembered the look on Billy’s face. And something told me that if Billy had been the one in the drivers
seat instead of his son, he would have done the same thing to the back of my Volvo.
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 16. Ready or Not

Elks never seemed to satisfy me, but I didn’t want to go very far. And in the park that was all Alice and I
could find of substance.

She didn’t actually hunt much. Just watched me most of the time. She wasn’t thirsty, just accompanying
me on this very necessary and fruitless trip. Necessary because I couldn’t allow myself to be thirsty
tomorrow even the slightest. And fruitless because no matter how many elks I slayed it would be in vain
the moment Bella’s scent caught up to me again.
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Twilight - Midnight Sun - Chapter 17. Confessions

Bella’s eyes had not faltered from me in the hours that I lay on the soft grass, gazing up through the tall
trees surrounding the meadow. As she sat there, her hands hugging her legs to her chest, I closed my
eyes. I had not expected such a calm reaction. Or such a quiet one. It’s not a good thing I tried to
convince myself, but the elation I felt was almost over powering.
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Twilight - New Moon

Twilight New Moon

TWILIGHT NEW MOON

BY

Stephanie Meyer

Contents

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 1. PARTY

I WAS NINETY-NINE POINT NINE PERCENT SURE I WAS dreaming. The reasons I was so certain were that, first, I was standing in a bright shaft of sunlight—the kind of blinding clear sun that never shone on my drizzly new hometown in Forks, Washington Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 2 STITCHES

CARLISLE WAS NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO STAYED calm. Centuries of experience in the emergency room were evident in his quiet, authoritative voice. "Emmett, Rose, get Jasper outside." Unsmiling for once, Emmett nodded. "Come on, Jasper."  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 3. THE END

I FELT ABSOLUTELY HIDEOUS IN THE MORNING. I HADN'T slept well; my arm burned and my head ached. It didn't help my outlook that Edward's face was smooth and remote as he kissed my forehead quickly and ducked out my window. I was afraid of the time Keep Reading...»

 

Twilgiht - New Moon Chpater 4. WAKING UP

TIME PASSES. EVEN WHEN IT SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE. EVEN when each tick of the second hand aches like the pulse of blood behind a bruise. It passes unevenly, in strange lurches and dragging lulls, but pass it does. Even for me.  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 5. CHEATER

"BELLA, WHY DON'T YOU TAKE OFF," MIKE SUGGESTED, his eyes focused off to the side, not really looking at me. I wondered how long that had been going on without me noticing. It was a slow afternoon at Newton's. At the moment there were  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 6. FRIENDS

THE MOTORCYCLES DIDN'T NEED TO BE HIDDEN ANY further than simply placing them in Jacob's shed. Billy's wheelchair couldn't maneuver the uneven ground separating it from the house. Jacob started pulling the first bike—the red one,  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 7 REPETITION

I WASN'T SURE WHAT THE HELL I WAS DOING HERE Was I trying to push myself back into the zombie stupor? Had I turned masochistic—developed a taste for torture? I should have gone straight down to La Push I felt much, much healthier around Jacob  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 8. ADRENALINE

"OKAY, WHERE'S YOUR CLUTCH?" I pointed to the lever on my left handlebar. Letting go of the grip was a mistake. The heavy bike wobbled underneath me, threatening to knock me sidewise. I grabbed the handle again, trying to hold it straight. Keep Reading...»

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 9. THIRD WHEEL

TIME BEGAN TO TRIP ALONG MUCH MORE QUICKLY than before. School, work, and Jacob—though not necessarily in that order—created a neat and effortless pattern to follow. And Charlie got his wish: I wasn't miserable anymore. Of course, Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 10. THE MEADOW

JACOB DIDN'T CALL. The first time I called, Billy answered and told me that Jacob was still in bed. I got nosy, checking to make sure that Billy had taken him to a doctor. Billy said he had, but, for some reason I couldn't nail down, I didn't really believe him. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 11. CULT

EACH TIME THAT I OPENED MY EYES TO THE MORNING light and realized I'd lived through another night was a surprise to me. After the surprise wore off, my heart would start to race and my palms would sweat; I couldn't really breathe again until Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 12. INTRUDER

MY EYES FLEW WIDE OPEN WITH FRIGHT, THOUGH I WAS so exhausted and muddled that I was not yet positive whether I was awake or asleep. Something scratched against my window again with the same thin, high-pitched sound.  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 1 3 . KILLER

IF IT WAS ANYONE BUT JACOB, I THOUGHT TO MYSELF, shaking my head as I drove down the forest-lined highway to La Push. I still wasn't sure if I was domg the right thing, but I'd made a compromise with myself. I couldn't condone what Jacob and his friends Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 14. FAMILY

I COWERED INTO JACOB'S SIDE, MY EYES SCANNING the forest for the other werewolves. When they appeared, striding out from between the trees, they weren't what I was expecting. I'd gotten the image of the wolves stuck in my head.   Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 15 PRESSURE

IT WAS SPRING BREAK IN FORKS AGAIN. WHEN I WOKE UP on Monday morning, I lay in bed for a few seconds absorbing that. Last spring break, I'd been hunted by a vampire, too. I hoped this wasn't some kind of tradition forming. Already I was falling into Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 16. PARIS

AT THAT MOMENT, MY HEAD BROKE THE SURFACE. How disorienting. I'd been sure I was sinking. The current wouldn't let up. It was slamming me against more rocks; they beat against the center of my back sharply, rhythmically, pushing the water from Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 17. VISITOR

UNNATURALLY STILL AND WHITE, WITH LARGE BLACK EYES intent on my face, my visitor waited perfectly motionless in the center of the halt, beautiful beyond imagining. My knees trembled for a second, and I nearly fell. Then I hurled myself at her. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 18. THE FUNERAL

I SPRINTED DOWN THE STAIRS AND THREW THE DOOR open. It was Jacob, of course. Even blind, Alice wasn't slow. He was standing about six feet back from the door, his nose wrinkled in distaste, but his face otherwise smooth—mask like. He didn't fool me Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 19. HATE

WE MADE OUR FLIGHT WITH SECONDS TO SPARE, AND THEN the true torture began. The plane sat idle on the tarmac while the flight attendants strolled—so casually—up and down the aisle, patting the bags in the overhead compartments to make sure  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 20. VOLTERRA

WE BEGAN THE STEEP CLIMB, AND THE ROAD GREW CONGESTED. As we wound higher, the cars became too close together for Alice to weave insanely between them anymore. We slowed to a crawl behind a little tan Peugeot. "Alice," I moaned.  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 21 VERDICT

WE WERE IN A BRIGHTLY LIT, UNREMARKABLE HALLWAY. The walls were off-white, the floor carpeted in industrial gray. Common rectangular fluorescent lights were spaced evenly along the ceiling. It was warmer here, for which I was grateful. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 22 FLIGHT

DEMETRI LEFT US IN THE CHEERFULLY OPULENT RECEPTION area, where the woman Gianna was still at her post behind the polished counter. Bright, harmless music tinkled from hidden speakers. "Do not leave until dark," he warned us.  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon Chapter 23. THE TRUTH

I HAD THE SENSE THAT I'D BEEN ASLEEP FOR A VERY long time—my body was stiff, like I
hadn't moved once through all that time, either. My mind was dazed and slow; strange, colorful
dreams—dreams and nightmares—swirled dizzily around the inside of my head.
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Twilight - New Moon Chapter 24. VOTE

HE WAS NOT PLEASED, THAT MUCH WAS EASY TO READ in his face. But, without further argument, he took me in his arms and sprang lithely from my window, landing without the slightest jolt, like a cat. It was a little bit farther down than I'd imagined. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - New Moon: EPILOGUE TREATY

ALMOST EVERYTHING WAS BACK TO NORMAL—THE GOOD, pre-zombie normal—in less time than I would have believed possible. The hospital welcomed Carlisle back with eager arms, not even bothering to conceal their delight that Esme Keep Reading...»


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Twilight Eclipse

Twilight Eclipse

Twilight Eclipse
By
Stephenie Meyer
 
Contents

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 1. ULTIMATUM

Bella, I don’t know why you’re making Charlie carry notes to Billy like we’re in second grade — if I wanted to talk to you I would answer the You made the choice here, okay? You can’t have it both ways when What part of ‘mortal enemies’ is too complicated for you to Look... Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 2. EVASION

I FELT ODDLY BUOYANT AS I WALKED FROM SPANISH toward the cafeteria, and it wasn’t just because I was holding hands with the most perfect person on the planet, though that was certainly part of it. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 3. MOTIVES

THE SUN WAS SO DEEPLY BURIED BEHIND THE CLOUDS that there was no way to tell if it had set or not. After the long flight — chasing the sun westward so that it seemed unmoving in the sky — it was especially disorienting; time seemed oddly variable.  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 4. NATURE

I WAS HAVING A BAD WEEK. I knew that essentially nothing had changed. Okay, so Victoria had not given up, but had I ever dreamed for one moment that she had? Her reappearance had only confirmed what I’d already known. No reason for fresh panic. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 5. IMPRINT

“ARE YOU OKAY, JAKE? CHARLIE SAID YOU WERE HAVINGa hard time. . . . Isn’t it getting any better?” His warm hand curled around mine. “’S not so bad,” he said, but he wouldn’t meet my eyes. He walked slowly back to the driftwood bench, staring at the... Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 6. SWITZERLAND

ASI DROVE HOME , I WASN’T PAYING MUCH ATTENTION TO the road that shimmered wetly in the sun. I was thinking about the flood of information Jacob had shared with me, trying to sort it out, to force it all to make sense. Despite the overload, I felt lighter.  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 7. UNHAPPY ENDING

ROSALIE HESITATED IN THE DOORWAY, HER BREATHTAKing face unsure. “Of course,” I replied, my voice an octave high with surprise. “Come on in.” I sat up, sliding to the end of the sofa to make room. My stomach twisted nervously as the one Cullen... Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 8. TEMPER

WE ENDED UP ON THE BEACH AGAIN, WANDERING AIMlessly. Jacob was still full of himself for engineering my escape. “Do you think they’ll come looking for you?” he asked, sounding hopeful. “No.” I was certain about that. “They’re going to be furious... Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 9. TARGET

ALICE DROPPED ME OFF IN THE MORNING, IN KEEPING with the slumber party charade. It wouldn’t be long until Edward showed up, officially returning from his “hiking” trip. All of the pretenses were starting to wear on me. I wouldn’t miss this part of being human. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 10. SCENT

IT WAS ALL VERY CHILDISH. WHY ON EARTH SHOULD Edward have to leave for Jacob to come over? Weren’t we past this kind of immaturity? “It’s not that I feel any personal antagonism toward him, Bella, it’s just easier for both of us,” Edward told me at the door.  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 11. LEGENDS

“ARE YOU GONNA EAT THAT HOT DOG?” PAUL ASKED JAcob, his eyes locked on the last remnant of the huge meal the werewolves had consumed. Jacob leaned back against my knees and toyed with the hot dog he had spitted on a straightened wire hanger... Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 12. TIME

“I HAVE FORESEEN . . . ,” ALICE BEGAN IN AN OMINOUStone. Generated by ABC Amber LIT Converter, Edward threw an elbow toward her ribs, which she neatly dodged. “Fine,” she grumbled. “Edward is making me do this. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 13. NEWBORN

“THE SAME THING THAT HAPPENED TO YOUR HAND,”Jasper answered in a quiet voice. “Repeated a thousand times.” He laughed a little ruefully and brushed at his arm. “Our venom is the only thing that leaves a scar.” “Why?”I breathed in horror, ... Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 14. DECLARATION

“YOU CAN’T BE SERIOUS,” I SAID WEDNESDAY AFTERnoon. “You’ve completely lost your mind!” “Say whatever you like about me,” Alice answered. “The party is still on.” I stared at her, my eyes so wide with disbelief it felt like they might fall out and land... Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 15. WAGER

I STARED AT HIM FOR A LONG MINUTE, SPEECHLESS. I could not think of one thing to say to him. As he watched my dumbfounded expression, the seriousness left his face. “Okay,” he said, grinning. “That’s all.” “Jake —” It felt like there was something big... Keep Reading...»

  

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 16. EPOCH

“I HAVE NOTHING TO WEAR!” I MOANED TO MYSELF. Every item of clothing I owned was strewn across my bed; my drawers and closets were bare. I stared into the empty recesses, willing something suitable to appear. My khaki skirt lay over the... Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 17. ALLIANCE

“BELLA?” Edward’s soft voice came from behind me. I turned to see him spring lightly up the porch steps, his hair windblown from running. He pulled me into his arms at once, just like he had in the parking lot... Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 18. INSTRUCTION

“THAT HAD TO BE THE LONGEST PARTY IN THE HISTORY of the world,” I complained on the way home. Edward didn’t seem to disagree. “It’s over now,” he said, rubbing my arm soothingly. Because I was the only one who needed soothing.  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 19. SELFISH

EDWARD CARRIED ME HOME IN HIS ARMS, EXPECTINGthat I wouldn’t be able to hang on. I must have fallen asleep on the way. When I woke up, I was in my bed and the dull light coming through my windows slanted in from a strange angle.  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 20. COMPROMISE

EVERYTHING WAS READY. I was packed for my two-day visit with “Alice,” and my bag waited for me on the passenger seat of my truck. I’d given the concert tickets to Angela, Ben, and Mike. Mike was going to take Jessica, Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 21. TRAILS

I HATED TO WASTE ANY PART OF THE NIGHT IN SLEEP, but that was inevitable. The sun was bright outside the window-wall when I woke, with small clouds scuttling too quickly across the sky. The wind rocked the treetops till the whole forest looked as if it was going... Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 22. FIRE AND ICE

THE WIND SHOOK THE TENT AGAIN, AND I SHOOK WITH IT. The temperature was dropping. I could feel it through the down bag, through my jacket. I was fully dressed, my hiking boots still laced into place. It didn’t make any difference. How could it be so cold? Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 23. MONSTER

WHEN I WOKE UP IN THE MORNING, IT WAS VERYbright — even inside the tent, the sunlight hurt my eyes. And Iwas sweating, as Jacob had predicted. Jacob was snoring lightly in my ear, his arms still wrapped around me. I pulled my head away from his feverishly... Keep Reading...»

  

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 24. SNAP DECISION

I LAY FACE DOWN ACROSS THE SLEEPING BAG, WAITING for justice to find me. Maybe an avalanche would bury me here. I wished it would. I never wanted to have to see my face in the mirror again. There was no sound to warn me. Out of nowhere... Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 25. MIRROR

I FORCED MY EYES —FROZEN WIDE OPEN WITH SHOCK— to move, so that I could not examine too closely the oval object wrapped in tendrils of shivering, fiery hair. Edward was in motion again. Swift and coolly businesslike, he dismembered the headless corpse. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 26. ETHICS

THE COUNTER IN ALICE’S BATHROOM WAS COVERED WITHa thousand different products, all claiming to beautify a person’s surface. Since everyone in this house was both perfect and impermeable, I could only assume that she’d bought most... Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Eclipse Chapter 27. NEEDS

I DIDN’T GET VERY FAR BEFORE DRIVING BECAME IMPOSsible. When I couldn’t see anymore, I let my tires find the rough shoulder and rolled slowly to a stop. I slumped over on the seat and allowed the weakness I’d fought in Jacob’s room crush me. Keep Reading..


 


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Twilight - Breaking Dawn


Twilight - BREAKING DAWN

By

Stephanie Meyer

Contents

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 1. ENGAGED

No one is staring at you, I promised myself. No one is staring at you. No one is staring at you. But, because I couldn’t lie convincingly even to myself, I had to check. As I sat waiting for one of the three traffic lights in town to turn green, I peeked to the right— Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 2. LONG NIGHT

“I miss you already.” “I don’t need to leave. I can stay. . . .” “Mmm.” It was quiet for a long moment, just the thud of my heart hammering, the broken rhythm of our ragged breathing, and the whisper of our lips moving in synchronization. Sometimes it was so easy to forget Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 3. BIG DAY

I lay shivering and gasping in my warm bed for several minutes, trying to break free of the dream. The sky outside my window turned gray and then pale pink while I waited for my heart to slow. When I was fully back to the reality of my messy, familiar room Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 4. GESTURE

The wedding flowed into the reception party smoothly—proof of Alice’s flawless planning. It was just twilight over the river; the ceremony had lasted exactly the right amount of time, allowing the sun to set behind the trees. The lights in the trees glimmered as Edward Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 5. ISLE ESME

“Houston?” I asked, raising my eyebrows when we reached the gate in Seattle. “Just a stop along the way,” Edward assured me with a grin. It felt like I’d barely fallen asleep when he woke me. I was groggy as he pulled me through the terminals, struggling to remember  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 6. DISTRACTIONS

My entertainment became the number-one priority on Isle Esme. We snorkeled (well, I snorkeled while he flaunted his ability to go without oxygen indefinitely). We explored the small jungle that ringed the rocky little peak. We visited the parrots that lived Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 7. UNEXPECTED

The line of black advanced on me through the shroud-like mist. I could see their dark ruby eyes glinting with desire, lusting for the kill. Their lips pulled back over their sharp, wet teeth—some to snarl, some to smile. I heard the child behind me whimper,... Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 8. WAITING FOR THE DAMN FIGHT TO START ALREADY

“Jeez, Paul, don’t you freaking have a home of your own?” Paul, lounging across my whole couch, watching some stupid baseball game on my crappy TV, just grinned at me and then—real slow—he lifted one Dorito from the bag in his lap and wedged  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 9. SURE AS HELL DIDN’T SEE THAT ONE COMING

I didn’t really plan to say goodbye to my father. After all, one quick call to Sam and the game would be up. They’d cut me off and push me back. Probably try to make me angry, or even hurt me—somehow force me to phase so that Sam could lay down a new law. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 10. WHY DIDN’T I JUST WALK AWAY? OH RIGHT, BECAUSE I’M AN IDIOT.

I felt like—like I don’t know what. Like this wasn’t real. Like I was in some Goth version of a bad sitcom. Instead of being the A/V dweeb about to ask the head cheerleader to the prom, I was the finished-second-place werewolf about to ask the vampire’s wife Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 11. THE TWO THINGS AT THE VERY TOP OF MY THINGS-I-NEVER-WANT-TO-DO LIST

Sam started moving the others into formation while I was still on the ground. Embry and Quil were at my sides, waiting for me to recover and take the point. I could feel the drive, the need, to get on my feet and lead them. The compulsion grew, and I fought it uselessly  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 12. SOME PEOPLE JUST DON’T GRASP THE CONCEPT OF “UNWELCOME”

I was right on the edge of sleep. The sun had risen behind the clouds an hour ago—the forest was gray now instead of black. Seth’d curled up and passed out around one, and I’d woken him at dawn to trade off. Even after running all night, I was having a hard time  Keep Reading...»

 


  Twilight- Breaking Dawn Chapter 13. GOOD THING I’VE GOT A STRONG STOMACH

Carlisle and Rosalie were off in a flash, darting upstairs. I could hear them debating whether they should warm it up for her. Ugh. I wondered what all house-of-horrors stuff they kept around here. Fridge full of blood, check. What else? Torture chamber? Coffin room?   Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 14. YOU KNOW THINGS ARE BAD WHEN YOU FEEL GUILTY FOR BEING RUDE TO VAMPIRES

When I got back to the house, there was no one waiting outside for my report. Still on alert? Everything’s cool, I thought tiredly. My eyes quickly caught a small change in the now-familiar scene. There was a stack of light-colored fabric on the bottom step of the porch. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 15. TICK TOCK TICK TOCK TICK TOCK

Hey Jake, thought you said you wanted me at dusk. How come you didn’t have Leah wake me up before she crashed? ’Cause I didn’t need you. I’m still good. He was already picking up the north half of the circle. Anything? Nope. Nothing but nothing.  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 16. TOO-MUCH-INFORMATION ALERT

I took off early, long before sunrise was due. I’d gotten just a little bit of uneasy sleep leaning against the side of the sofa. Edward woke me when Bella’s face was flushed, and he took my spot to cool her back down. I stretched and decided I was rested Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 17. WHAT DO I LOOK LIKE? THE WIZARD OF OZ? YOU NEED A BRAIN? YOU NEED A HEART? GO AHEAD. TAKE MINE. TAKE EVERYTHING I HAVE.

I sort of had a plan as I ran to the Cullens’ garage. The second part of it was totaling the bloodsucker’s car on my way back. So I was at a loss when I mashed the button on the keyless remote, and it was not his Volvo that beeped and flashed its lights for me.  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 18. THERE ARE NO WORDS FOR THIS.

Bella’s body, streaming with red, started to twitch, jerking around in Rosalie’s arms like she was being electrocuted. All the while, her face was blank— unconscious. It was the wild thrashing from inside the center of her body that moved her. As she convulsed Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 19. BURNING

The pain was bewildering. Exactly that—I was bewildered. I couldn’t understand, couldn’t make sense of what was happening. My body tried to reject the pain, and I was sucked again and again into a blackness that cut out whole seconds or maybe even minutes   Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 20. NEW

Everything was so clear. Sharp. Defined. The brilliant light overhead was still blinding-bright, and yet I could plainly see the glowing strands of the filaments inside the bulb. I could see each color of the rainbow in the white light, and, at the very edge of the spectrum Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 21. FIRST HUNT

“The window?” I asked, staring two stories down. I’d never really been afraid of heights per se, but being able to see all the details with such clarity made the prospect less appealing. The angles of the rocks below were sharper than I would have imagined them. Keep Reading...»

 

 Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 22. PROMISED

Thinking of Renesmee brought her to that center-stage place in my strange, new, and roomy but distractible mind. So many questions. “Tell me about her,” I insisted as he took my hand. Being linked barely slowed us. “She’s like nothing else in the world Keep Reading...»

 


Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 23. MEMORIES

“I’m so sorry, Seth. I should have been closer.” Edward was still apologizing, and I didn’t think that was either fair or appropriate. After all, Edward hadn’t completely and inexcusably lost control of his temper. Edward hadn’t tried to rip Jacob’s head off—Jacob, Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 24. SURPRISE

“No. No way!” I shook my head fiercely and then shot a glance at the smug smile on my seventeen-year-old husband’s face. “No, this doesn’t count. I stopped aging three days ago. I am eighteen forever.” “Whatever,” Alice said, dismissing my protest  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilgiht - Breaking Dawn Chapter 25. FAVOR

It was only a little while later that Edward reminded me of my priorities. It took him just one word. “Renesmee . . .” I sighed. She would be awake soon. It must be nearly seven in the morning. Would she be looking for me? Abruptly, something close to panic had my body Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 26. SHINY

“I don’t know how much we should tell Renée about this,” Charlie said, hesitating with one foot out the door. He stretched, and then his stomach growled. I nodded. “I know. I don’t want to freak her out. Better to protect her. This stuff isn’t for the fainthearted.” Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 27. TRAVEL PLANS

I took mythology a lot more seriously since I’d become a vampire. Often, when I looked back over my first three months as an immortal, I imagined how the thread of my life might look in the Fates’ loom—who knew but that it actually existed? I was sure my thread Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 28. THE FUTURE

Carlisle and Edward had not been able to catch up with Irina before her trail disappeared into the sound. They’d swum to the other bank to see if her trail had picked up in a straight line, but there was no trace of her for miles in either direction on the eastern shore. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 29. DEFECTION

We sat there all night long, statues of horror and grief, and Alice never came back. We were all at our limits—frenzied into absolute stillness. Carlisle had barely been able to move his lips to explain it all to Jacob. The retelling seemed to make it worse Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 30. IRRESISTIBLE

There was so much to think about. How was I going to find time alone to hunt down J. Jenks, and why did Alice want me to know about him? If Alice’s clue had nothing to do with Renesmee, what could I do to save my daughter? How were Edward and I going to explain things Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 31. TALENTED

“What is the werewolves’ part in this?” Tanya asked then, eyeing Jacob. Jacob spoke before Edward could answer. “If the Volturi won’t stop to listen about Nessie, I mean Renesmee,” he corrected himself, remembering that Tanya would not understand  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 32. COMPANY

The Cullens’ enormous house was more crowded with guests than anyone would assume could possibly be comfortable. It only worked out because none of the visitors slept. Mealtimes were dicey, though. Our company cooperated as best they could. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 33. FORGERY

“Charlie, we’ve still got that strictly need-to-know company situation going. I know it’s been more than a week since you saw Renesmee, but a visit is just not a good idea right now. How about I bring Renesmee over to see you?” Charlie was quiet for so long that I wondered  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 34. DECLARED

I heard the music before I was out of the car. Edward hadn’t touched his piano since the night Alice left. Now, as I shut the car door, I heard the song morph through a bridge and change into my lullaby. Edward was welcoming me home. I moved slowly as I pulled  Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 35. DEADLINE

“Headed out?” Edward asked, his tone nonchalant. There was a sort of forced composure about his expression. He hugged Renesmee just a little bit tighter to his chest. “Yes, a few last-minute things…,” I responded just as casually. He smiled my favorite smile. Keep Reading...»

 

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 36. BLOODLUST

They came with pageantry, with a kind of beauty. They came in a rigid, formal formation. They moved together, but it was not a march; they flowed in perfect synchronicity from the trees—a dark, unbroken shape that seemed to hover a few inches above the white snow Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 37. CONTRIVANCES

Aro did not rejoin his anxious guard waiting on the north side of the clearing; instead, he waved them forward. Edward started backing up immediately, pulling my arm and Emmett’s. We hurried backward, keeping our eyes on the advancing threat. Jacob retreated slowest, Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 38. POWER

“Chelsea is trying to break our bindings,” Edward whispered. “But she can’t find them. She can’t feel us here. . . .” His eyes cut to me. “Are you doing that?” I smiled grimly at him. “I am all over this.” Edward lurched away from me suddenly, his hand reaching out toward Carlisle. Keep Reading...»

 

Twilight - Breaking Dawn Chapter 39. THE HAPPILY EVER AFTER

“So it was a combination of things there at the end, but what it really boiled down to was… Bella,” Edward was explaining. Our family and our two remaining guests sat in the Cullens’ great room while the forest turned black outside the tall windows. Keep Reading...»




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