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Eclipse – Stephenie Meyer



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 Edward and Bella’s love. Nowadays? Not quite as fervently, but I will still go head-to-head on this one.

In case you’ve been under a rock for the last decade, Edward (the sparkling vamp) loves Bella (the clumsy human) who loves Jacob (the hot-headed werewolf) but ONLY AS A FRIEND (ha!).

Annnd that’s pretty much it.

There’s some background stuff – evil vampire assembling an army to wipe out Bella, Bella accidentally breaking her bones, the Volturi threatening to kill Bella if she isn’t turned into a vampire, yada yada.

…but MORE IMPORTANTLY she has to finally choose – once and for all.


Let’s examine the evidence:


Okay, okay. Joking aside…Let’s just say, reading this as an adult has shifted my perspective (slightly). I was totally oblivious to things that are glaringly obvious. Chock it up to being a YA while reading YA lit.

Yes, their love is frighteningly codependent – especially taking Edward’s age into considerations. Isn’t the rule half your age plus seven?

And yes, the love triangle is so incredibly over-the-top – you have on one side a normal teenage boy and on the other…A psychotically obsessed ex-murdering stalker.

Annnnd yes, Bella is a bit of a limp noodle when it comes to heroism and her clumsiness is so extreme that she needs to get her head checked. Honestly, Victoria should’ve just scattered a bag of marbles in Bella’s bedroom and waited for the human to trip and die.

But, hats off to nostalgia because I still had fun reading this one. I’m no longer super obsessed teen but I still adore this series.

P.s. Anyone else seen the Hillywood Eclipse Parody? Freaking love it.


The 2018 PopSugar Reading Challenge – A book set in the decade you were born

Audiobook Comments
The reader (Ilyana Kadushin) was alright. Not the best, not the worst.

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