Eclipse (En Espanol) (Con portada de la pelicula) / Eclipse (Movie Tie-In) (Crepusculo / Twilight) (Spanish Edition) (Twilight Saga)
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 war between vampires and werewolves. With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella has one more decision to make: life or death. But which is which?
Mientras la ciudad de Seattle es arrasada por una serie de misteriosos asesinatos y un vampiro maligno continua su busqueda por venganza, Bella vuelve a verse rodeada por peligro. En el medio de todo, se ve obligada a elegir entre su amor por Edward y su amistad con Jacob, sabiendo que su decision tiene todos los ingredientes necesarios para desatar la guerra eterna entre vampiros y hombres lobo. Conforme se aproxima su graduacion, Bella tiene que enfrentar una decision mas: vivir o morir. Pero, cual es cual?
Worth the wait!
By Michelle L. Beck "Always the Devourer of Good... - December 26, 2007
Eclispse, the much anticipated (maybe by just me of course) sequel in the Twilight Saga, was worth the wait. The story picks up where the last one left off..Edward has returned to Forks, Washington to his true love, Bella Swan. Bella is close to graduating, and becoming the one thing that she desires...a vampire. Edward is struggling daily to make her reconsider her decision and keep her "humanity", believing that she should have the choice, which is one that he never did. Meanwhile, Jacob Black, Bella's best friend (who happens to be a werewolf) is struggling with his the knowledge that Bella wants to be a vampire, and that he is hopelessly in love with her. While all of these issues are at the forefront of the novel, there are other underlying problems like Bella's clumsiness; a secret society of vampires who want her to become immortal; a suspected serial killer, who may potentially be a newly turned vampire killing in Seattle; an old arch enemy whose sole desire is Bella's death;... read more
By Iris "Logophile" - December 23, 2007
I couldn't wait to get this book, driving to the bookstore the moment they opened. I had read the first 2 books and LOVED them so much, that I read them in one week!!!! So, I had great expectations for this book and I would say that it was a page turner as well, until the last couple hundred pages. The storyline was so disappointing in the end. The author developed Bella into a fickle and hypocritical girl who ultimately betrays Edward (the person she is supposed to love)and takes her character to this girl who is loose with her affections and betraying everyone! I really feel like the storyline did not have to go this way. It would have been better to have Bella be torn between her friendship and her love, but to ultimately have Bella become a "floosy" (for lack of a better word) betrayer of love...........it was heartbreaking and disappointing. I was such an advocator of these novels - telling everyone I knew that these books were about the best love story I had ever... read more
It keeps getting worse...
By Rikku "Bluefirevixon" - January 4, 2008
This series already started out INCREDIBLY cheesy. I have never understood the huge fanbase these books have developed. I chose to read this book only because I don't like to not finish a series; however, within the first chapter of this novel, I was rolling my eyes at the awful cheesiness of this novel. Bella is obsessed with Edward, and not in a kind of healthy loving relationship way either. Basically, this book sets unrealistic standards for girls everywhere. Jacob is the only believable character in the ENTIRE novel, and then he ends up being the one who can never win.
If Stephanie Meyer wants this series to be truly successful, then she needs to cut the cheese and start aiming the series at an older audience. She's already headed in that direction anyway. Perhaps it will give her a chance to actually make up for the awfulness of the rest of the series.
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