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  • Paperback: 640 pages
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers; Reprint edition (Aug. 4 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0316027650
  • ISBN-13: 978-0316027656
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 4.4 x 21 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 567 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,043 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Praise for Eclipse:
"Move over, Harry Potter." - USA Today

"Has a hypnotic quality that puts the reader right inside the dense, rainy thickets of [Forks]" - People Magazine

"The legions of readers who are hooked on the romantic struggles of Bella and the vampire Edward will ecstatically devour this third installment" - Publishers Weekly

"[Stephenie Meyer is] the world's most popular vampire novelist since Anne Rice" - Entertainment Weekly

"Meyer's trilogy seethes with the archetypal tumult of star-crossed passions, in which the supernatural element serves as a heady spice." - The New York Times

About the Author

Stephenie Meyer is the author of the #1 bestselling Twilight Saga and The Host. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in English literature, and she lives with her husband and three young sons in Arizona.

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Juliall on March 4 2009
Format: Hardcover
....And yet, the "heroine" Bella is content to be passed back and forth like a doll between Edward, Jake, Alice, Charlie, and anyone else willing to babysit her. She is one of the weakest-willed, most utterly uninteresting main characters I've come across- not to mention hypocritical. I honestly don't get what they all see in her...she has no interests or dreams in life outside of being with Edward. Grow up Bella, you spoiled brat!

Both Edward's and Jacob's characters took turns for the worse in this book, which were big mistakes on Stephenie Meyer's part. The Jacob of the first two books would not have kissed Bella against her will, so that scene was surprisingly out of character. (I'm going to forget it happened, because to me, Jake made the 2nd book worth reading.)

Edward struck me as controlling and patronizing, traits which I for one would neither tolerate, nor be attracted to. Stephenie Meyer seems to think that being impossibly beautiful makes that okay. Edward improved a lot towards the end of the book, but were we supposed to be okay with his being such a control freak?

Anyway, I'm still excited to read the fourth book in this series. I hope the author actually knows what she's doing, rather than letting all the potential dissolve into yet another teenage angst-a-thon.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kaysa on Dec 26 2007
Format: Hardcover
I felt that this book was really cheesy, and that the author completely trapped herself for the next book. First off, you know quite near the beginning of the book that to vampires and the werewolves will have to "join together to defeat the enemy". Right when Bella finds out that the vampires were just about to catch Victoria, but their rivalry got in the way. Its just so, "we must stand together to succeed". It wasn't that bad when they actually did join forces, but you still got the feeling that that was the underlying tone. Also, I feel that Stephenie Meyer really trapped herself for the next book. The only solution that I would like would be for Edward to die, but I don't think anyone else would like that. There really is no good ending for the series that I can think of now. Also, Bella's "great discovery" that the vampire in her room, the killings in Seattle, and Victoria were all linked, was sadly obvious. The plot was quite simple, made more complicated by Bella's relationship with Jacob and Edward, but that just caused people to either hate Jacob, or hate Edward.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nathalie Wigmore on June 12 2010
Format: Hardcover
There was so much potential to the "Twilight" saga, but Stephenie Meyer decided to make it a vapid love story that isn't about love anyway. It's only about a vapid teenage girl who has lost whatever shred of personality she had in the first book to her completely unbelievable and twisted relationship with her father-figure-type vampire boyfriend.

I really, REALLY wanted to like this book. I went into it hoping that it would somehow be better than its disappointing predecessor, "New Moon." Unfortunately, it was worse. The vast majority of "Eclipse"'s 629 pages were pretty much filled with pointless scenes about Bella and Edward affirming and reaffirmimg their undying, eternal love, and him holding his hands to her face while swearing to always protect her. Really? Wow. Like the reader hadn't gotten the message somewhere in the first two books...

With the exception of Jacob Black, there was absolutely no character development at all in this book, and virtually no plot. It started out with a bit of promise in the first chapter, but then rapidly degenerated into a repetitive rehashing of the absurdly unbelievable relationship between Edward and Bella. Unbelievable because he really feels and acts more like an overprotective father than a boyfriend - as well he should, he's several decades old. And Bella clings to him like a two-year-old who can't live without her daddy there to look out for her. Bella Swan is not a good role model at all for young female readers, and Edward Cullen exhibits way too many signs typical of a manipulative control freak. Theirs isn't a relationship - it's a Freudian twisted entanglement that is entirely too absurd and lopsided to be believable and enjoyable for a reader with half a brain in his/her head.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Paul Mauviel on July 18 2008
Format: Hardcover
I was recently coerced into reading this series by a coworker, and though it's not nearly as good as people make it out to be, it is definatly an easy read and well-worth the time.

The author does a good job of portraying Bella as an angsty teen and narrates in a way that keeps readers interested.

The only real problem I have about this series is that in Twilight and New Moon the reader is put in a world where nothing exists but Edward, Bella, Carlisle, Alice and Jacob. The other characters used in the book aren't fleshed out and don't have a history of their own. Most of the time being used to push Bella to one of the fleshed out characters so something interesting can happen.

This is where I find Eclipse starting to fill in the gaps. Within the first half of the book, we're explained Rosalie's history, the Quielutes(sp?) history and Jasper's history. Other people around the couple start getting much more involved with the story, which is a refreshing departure from the problems-with-edward, make-me-a-vampire sections which have filled most of the previous books.

All things said, this is a good read. It's hard to put it down once you've gotten started though, so make sure you have time to read it.
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