This is an amazing example of how NOT to write a book. To start off, the writing is awful and riddled with grammatical mistakes (enough that I, as a ten year old, was majorly annoyed), there is a whole lot of build-up toward a whole lot of nothing, the characters are flat (and in the case of Bella and Edward, Mary Sues to the umpteenth degree), it’s very anti-feminist despite having a female protagonist, and it portrays abusive relationships and pedophilia as healthy. Everyone gets everything they ever wanted in life, the characters are all idiots, Stephenie Meyer breaks her own rules so that “Renesmee Carlie Cullen” can exist, Jacob FALLS IN LOVE WITH A NEWBORN BABY, and Bella leaves behind her dreams, her future, her family and her non-vamp friends so she can frolic in sparkly sexy vampire paradise forever with the one she "loves." Keep in mind, there is no actual love in this book, only lust. On the honeymoon, once sex is taken out of the equation, Bella and Edward merely put up with each other. While she may promote abstinence, Bella Swan is an awful role model, throwing away her life for her abusive and “perfect” boyfriend, pretty much not being able to function without a man in her life, giving her daughter a name that would ensure lifelong bullying in the real world, and attacking someone because they gave said daughter a nickname she didn’t like, not to mention all the other stupid stuff in the three previous books. And despite all that, Stephenie Meyer manages to portray her heroine as perfect and responsible. This book is extremely twisted and disturbing in ways that are only apparent if you understand it for more than its face value. If you are a parent and you let your daughter/son read this (don’t, for any reason), be prepared to have a long discussion about healthy and unhealthy relationships. Please, please, please, read a Harry Potter book instead. Those are infinitely better.