New Moon (Paperback)
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DescriptionStar-crossed lovers Bella and Edward face new obstacles in this vampire love story--the second installment of Meyer's #1 New York Times-bestselling Twilight saga.
- Published: 31 May 2008
- Format: Paperback 563 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780316024969 ISBN 10: 0316024961
- Sales rank: 8,873
Reviews for New Moon
The Twilight Saga is a good series about Isabell Swan (known as Bella) who moves to Forks to live with her father when she meets the mysterious Edward Cullen and falls in love with him.
It takes you on an adventure with Bella and Edward as they fight through evil. by Claudiaunder review
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New Moon is the second book in the four book Twilight series. It begins with Bella's birthday and her accidentally getting a papercut whilst at the Cullen's home. This is where everything turns upside down and soon after Edward decides it's best that he leaves Forks and never sees Bella again, to protect Bella.
Bella is left devastated and can't bring herself out of depression for a couple of months until she decided to see Jacob. It is Jacob who helps Bella find happiness again, until she decided to go cliff jumping and is almost left for dead. Whilst she is not dead, the Cullens believe she is and send Alice to find out what's going on. Edward maintains that Bella is still dead and like Romeo and Juliet, decides he can't live without her and is ready to die for that cause. Bella gets word of what Edward is planning and saves him just in time.
As the reader, you can kind of put yourself in Bella's shoes in the novel. So it is interested in that respect. However there seemed to be a lot of sorrow and it did go on a bit at times. by Rachaelunder review
This was a sad book. I could almost feel the pain oozing out of the pages. But after experiancing such loss the characters realise that they don't want to live with out each other. They feel love, passion and protectiveness of each other. Any painful memories soon resurface. Excellent. Entrancing by Kon Kaldaridis