New Moon is a romantic fantasy novel by author Stephenie Meyer, and is the second novel in the Twilight series. The novel continues the story of Bella Swan. New Moon adalah novel karangan Stephenie Meyer yang merupakan bagian dari Seri novel Twilight. Novel ini merupakan seri kedua dan merupakan novel. Start by marking “New Moon (Twilight, #2)” as Want to Read: I knew we were both in mortal danger. Stephen King once said, "Stephenie Meyer can't write worth a darn.
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New Moon is a fantasy novel by author Stephenie Meyer, and is the second novel in the Twilight series. According to Meyer, the book is about losing true love . Any similarity to real persons, living or dead, is coincidental and not intended by the author Meyer, Stephenie, New Moon a novel / b) Stepheme Meyer-lst. medical-site.info: New Moon (The Twilight Saga) (): Stephenie Meyer: Books.
Continue reading Show less Is it any good? If the plot summary sounds a little silly, that's because It also has lots more action and plot, though not until Bella mopes around, pining after Edward for pages. Fans of the first novel may be disappointed that Edward is hardly in this one, which focuses on the flatter personality of Bella.
But author Stephenie Meyer does pining as well as she did true love in the first book: It's exaggerated but engrossing -- at least until you put down the book and think about what you've been reading. But the target audience, teen girls, won't mind. Romantic misery has its appeal, and this author does it better than most, all the while keeping the objectionable content low and the suspense and excitement rolling.
Continue reading Show less Talk to your kids about Families can talk about the popularity of this series. What do you think makes it so appealing? Why has it sparked such a plethora of fantasy and vampire media? After spending some time with Bella, Jacob starts experiencing some unexpected and drastic changes with his mood swings, body, and personality. As Jacob undergoes a very long, painful and life-altering transformation, Bella and Charlie become concerned.
A few weeks later, Bella notes that Jacob isn't as happy-go-lucky as he once was. She isn't so comfortable with Jacob's recent changes, and shortly thereafter, she discovers that Jacob has unwillingly become a werewolf, and that there are other tribe members who are werewolves too.
Jacob and his pack protect Bella from the vampire, Laurent , who was a part of James' coven, and also Victoria , who seeks revenge for her dead mate, James , whom the Cullens had killed in the previous installment.
Jacob starts developing physical emotions towards Bella, but she doesn't feel the same after experiencing a life-changing breakup with Edward. This makes him horribly sad and envious of Edward.
Jacob then saves Bella from drowning after jumping off a cliff and almost kisses her in the events following. Meanwhile, a series of miscommunications leads Edward to believe that Bella has committed suicide by jumping off a cliff.
Distraught over her suspected suicide, Edward flees to Volterra, Italy to provoke the Volturi , vampire royalty who are capable of killing him, though they refuse, deeming his mind-reading ability to be too valuable.
In contrast to Edward's rash reaction to the news of Bella's death, Alice Cullen cleverly makes a surprise visit to Bella's house, which overwhelms Bella. Bella asks a series of questions, and Alice tells her that she saw Bella trying to kill herself. As Alice's visions about Edward change rapidly, Alice and Bella are unable to clearly understand whether Edward is or will be safe.
They rush to Italy to prevent Edward from revealing himself to humans so the Volturi are forced to kill him, arriving just in time to stop him.
Before leaving Italy, the Volturi tell Edward that Bella, a human who knows that vampires exist, must either be killed or transformed into a vampire to protect the secret. When they return to Forks, Edward tells Bella that he has always loved her and only left Forks to protect her.
She forgives him, and the Cullens vote in favor of Bella being transformed into a vampire, to Rosalie and Edward's dismay. However, Jacob sternly reminds Edward about an important part of their treaty: if the Cullens bite a human for any reason, the treaty is over and the wolves will attack.
When Bella reminds him that it's none of his concern as being a vampire is what she wants, Jacob reveals it is his business as she doesn't understand what's going to be at stake for her and the Cullens.
Before he can continue warning her, they hear Charlie asking Bella to get inside the house at once. Jacob apologizes to Bella once more before leaving, and the story concludes with Charlie grounding Bella for running off to Italy.
Differences between Film and Novel[ edit ] In the novel, Quill was upset over Embry and Jacob not hanging out with him anymore and voiced his concerns to Bella who came for a visit. The movie omits this. Bella never confronted Sam in his werewolf form in the novel, but rather in his human form.
In the novel, Jacob confronts Edward at Bella's house and reminds him of their deal.