Stephenie Meyer Releases Eclipse Novella Online

If you love the Twilight series you might be interested in learning that Stephenie Meyer has written a little eclipse novella.  The best part is that The Short Second Life Of Bree Tanner can be read in full for free online.  The catch is that  the site will only be available until July 5th and you can't download or print the material.


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Near the beginning of Breaking Dawn, Bella marries Edward. They spend their honeymoon on Isle Esme, a fictional small island that was given to Esme as a gift from Carlisle. They consummate their marriage, but their lovemaking sparks a conflict between the newlywed couple: Edward is horrified that he has bruised his wife, but Bella insists that she is fine and wants Edward to make love to her again. He vows not to do so again while she is still human, but he eventually gives in. Soon afterwards, Bella becomes very sick and realizes that she is pregnant with Edward's child.

Edward is shocked and rushes Bella home to see Carlisle, who, as a doctor, confirms that she is expecting a child. Edward goes half-crazy with worry as the rapidly growing fetus begins to drain Bella's health, and he tries to coerce her into having an abortion to save her own life. However, Bella feels a bond with her unborn child and insists on giving birth. Soon, Edward comes to love the baby as well, after he hears its thoughts and learns that the baby loves Bella in return and doesn't mean to hurt her.

Bella nearly dies giving birth, but Edward successfully delivers their baby girl and then injects his venom into her heart, thus healing her wounds by turning her into a vampire. During Bella's painful transformation, Jacob imprints —an involuntary process in which a shape-shifter finds his soul mate— on the baby, Renesmee Cullen.

After a vampire named Irina mistakes Renesmee for an immortal vampire child (a creation that is forbidden in the vampire world), the Volturi arrive to destroy the Cullens as punishment for the alleged transgression. Edward stands with Bella and their allies to convince the Volturi that Renesmee is not an immortal child and poses no threat to their existence. Once the Volturi leave, Edward and Bella are finally free to live their lives in peace with their daughter.
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I don't care about steampunk but also hate furries. And I don't give two shits about how popular Twilight is. Harry Potter is popular and I like it. Because it's well written and there's actual plot, things make sense, and the main character isn't a brick for lonely girls to shoehorn themselves into so they can feel like someone cares about them. Despite the fact that person they believe cares about them is a crazy stalker. There are hundreds upon hundreds of reasons to dislike twilight and when many of them come together you have a burning hatred that cannot be denied.
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It's not a question of hating Meyer's books because they're popular, or because they're not serious literature, or whatever. It's simply that they are poorly written, and the constant fangirlism and the total takeover of malls is getting very tiresome.

Also, if you can see something on the web you have already downloaded it. It's just a question of whether you can save it somewhere other than your browser cache, and the answer to that is always "yes" but not always straightforward.
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