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Readers captivated by Twilight and New Moon will eagerly devour Eclipse, the much anticipated third book in Stephenie Meyer's riveting vampire love saga. Eclipse. Twilight Book 3. Stephenie Meyer. To my husband, Pancho,. Generated by ABC Amber LIT Converter, tvnovellas.info Editorial Reviews. tvnovellas.info Review. Stephenie Meyer continues sharing the story of your favorite vampires and werewolves in Eclipse, the third book in the.
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True fans will appreciate the information and backstories of the characters. I can only imagine what went into giving so many of them their own life stories to begin with.
I'm just glad it was created. I really enjoyed getting to read the back stories and additional information on the characters and series.
Favorite part is probably the genealogy charts for the wolves. If she was giving us all this extra information, then why not answer the huge question that never got addressed in the novels and is the big enduring mystery of the series: Major fail on her part in my opinion. It's like reading a newer, more detailed version of the story that I already love! It fills in so many details that would have made the original story too slow-paced if put in during the actual reading of events, but the details clarify things that the reader didn't even know needed clarifying!
For example: This includes the stories of how Renee and Charlie met and fell in and out of love; of Jacob's parents, and siblings; and the whole story of Sam-Emily-Leah and what it was like when Sam first turned alone, and why he and Jared are so close. Even more interesting, to me at least, are the detailed personal histories of all the vampires in the story, like Kate, Tanya, and Irina, their individual lives as humans, and when, why, where, and how their mother, Sasha, turned them into vampires, also the story of when Sasha made an immortal child, Vasilli.
The Guide tells us stories of the lives of the permanent members of the Volturi Guard and how they gained their positions; most were relatively "good" and decent vampires beforehand, some even fought against the Volturi or tried to hide their existence from them before they were "converted".
The story of Jane and Alec is one of the better tales. It takes place during the Dark Ages, and, like Bella, the twins showed an infinity for a special vampiric ability even as small children. Aro heard about these two "Witch" toddlers who could affect things with their minds.
It was not long before this time when the immortal children had been officially forbidden by Aro and his brothers, so as much as Aro wanted the twins, he knew that he would have to wait until they became old enough to be safely turned, so he left them in their home village, assuming that the humans would never harm two innocent children, he did, of course, leave scouts of a sort behind to keep an eye on the children, just in case another vampire took notice and got the same idea that he had.
A few years later, a visiting vampire told Aro that he had heard in passing of two "witch twins" in a small village who were about to be burned at the stake for witchcraft by the frightened humans of the village.
Apparently, the twins powers had become quite noticeable to the human population. Aro raced to save them, but he was too late: So, he killed all the humans in the village, and pulled the children from the flames and quickly bit each of them himself, something The Guide says that Aro NEVER does. Aro was then faced witha dilemma of sorts: He managed to find a loophole, of sorts, seeing as the twins had recently turned thirteen 13 , along with the fact that living through the ordeal of being burned alive at the stake had fundamentally changed Jane and Alec's view of the world, and given them both severe cases of PTSD, which is what would fuel their new vampiric psychic powers.
In The Guide, Stephanie writes that, and I'm very loosely paraphrasing, here: Alec reacted by trying to "escape" from the pain of the fire, so he did "created" a place in his mind where he could feel absolutely nothing: This response was the raw beginning of his ability to strip others of all five of their senses with an anesthetic-type "mist" that he releases from his palms, in actuality, it is an illusion of the psyche, but until Bella, no one knew that it wasn't real. Jane's reaction to being burned alive was almost opposite to her brother's anesthia.
Jane was filled with so much rage toward the people who had done this to her and her beloved twin, that she wished with all her might and magic that the people responsible felt as though they were burning alive, too.
After Jane had completed her transition, she learned that she could make burn where they stood just with her mind. Unlike with Alec, though, Jane figured out immediately that her power was only psychological. Too add to her frustration, she also discovered that she could only "burn" one 1 person at a time, while her twin could immobilize entire army within a minute or two 2. The Egyptian coven members have some of the greatest histories: Amun and Kebi became vampires around BC.
Amun is the same Amun that the Ancient Egyptians worshiped as one of their highest gods. Stephanie writes wonderful background stories for all the nomads we encounter throughout the Saga.
My favorite stories in The Guide are about the Cullen Family. The is a ton more information about each member of the family - I always loved reading Carlise's history.
Stephanie writes pages of background on Esme, which we never knew before, like that she had met Carlisle as a teenager and thought of his for the next ten years as her dream man. Pages and pages on Edward and Rosalie. Only a small section on Emmett; I guess with him, what you "read" is what you get! Although, it does include a memory of aftere Emmett had been mauled by the bear, and Rosalie was running through the woods to get him to Carlisle to change him because she was scared that she would kill him if she tried; well, Emmett, in his delirium, thought that he was dead, and that Rose was an angel carrying him to God aka Carlisle.
The Guide also includes how Emmett, always practical, left a good portion of Edward's family trust on his parents doorstep after his transformation, to try and make up for them losing such a strong, healthy, working son who brought in most of the money for the house.
We learn all about Alice's childhood, how she had visions of the future, although to a lesser degree, as a human, the tragedy of her human life that was filled with murder, hit men, scandals, adultery, lies and deceit, and, finally, why Alice ended up in a sanatorium with all of her hair cut off which is where she received multiple ECT, lost her memories, but gained a vampire friend in an orderly who was working there because he figured it would be one of the few places that missing bodies wouldn't cause a scene.
Stephanie never gives this vampire a name, but, we're begins to care for Alice, bringing her little gifts, and having her "guess" what they are, in other words, he figures out that she has some sort of psychic ability.
We learn of how James caught her months' old scent, and how she was a 'singer' to him, and how she couldn't she a future where he didn't kill her. Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Formatting may be different depending on your device and eBook type.
I turned to see him spring lightly up the porch steps, his hair windblown from running. He pulled me into his arms at once, and kissed me again. His kiss frightened me.
There was too much tension, too strong an edge to the way his lips crushed mine - like he was afraid we had only so much time left to us. 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 werewolf.
With her graduation approaching, Bella has one more decision to make: But which is which? Following the international bestsellers Twilight and New Moon, Eclipse is the much-anticipated third book in Stephenie Meyer's captivating saga of vampire romance. Twilight Saga Audience: Children For Ages: English Number Of Pages: Digital original.
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