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Breaking Dawn

Breaking Dawn

by Stephenie Meyer

Breaking Dawn Resources

Websites

Official Stephenie Meyer Website

For all books of the Twilight series, this site should be your first destination for learning more (aside from Shmoop, of course!), as it features an author FAQ about each book, as well as other insider goodies.

Twilight Saga Wiki

This site contains tons of info on both the books and the movies, plus character bios and news.

TwiFans

TwiFans.com is a social networking website devoted to all things Twilight. This is a place where you can obsess, complain, cheer, chat, and add photos about the Twilight series on your very own Twilight page. Phew, where to begin?

Movie or TV Productions

Breaking Dawn, the Movie

In 2011, the first part of Breaking Dawn landed on the big screen featuring Robert Pattinson (Edward Cullen), Kristen Steward (Bella Cullen), as well as other main characters of the Twilight saga.

Breaking Dawn, the Movie Part 2

With so much story to pack in, the movie production split the final Twilight book into two full-length movies. The second part premiered in 2012.

Documents

"Did 'Breaking Dawn' Ruin the Twilight Series?"

A New York Magazine review of Breaking Dawn.

"'Twilight': A snap judgment on 'Breaking Dawn'"

A comparison between Stephenie Meyer's last installment and J.K. Rowling's final Harry Potter book.

Breaking Dawn

An Entertainment Weekly review of Breaking Dawn.

"Ten reasons why 'Breaking Dawn' should not be made into a movie"

The LA Times blog "Company Town" discusses the problems with bringing Breaking Dawn to the silver screen.

Video

Breaking Dawn Fan Trailer # 2

Another take on how Meyer might take Breaking Dawn to the big screen.

"Stephenie Meyer on Breaking Dawn"

A ten-episode video interview with Meyer on Breaking Dawn, published by Entertainment Weekly.

Audio

Breaking Dawn Audiobook SPONSORED

Purchase and download the Audiobook from Random House Audio

Images

Breaking Dawn Original Book Cover

Note the chess pieces that, one could argue, depict Bella's transformation over this novel and the whole series, from pawn to queen.

Breaking Dawn Fan-Made Book Covers

Devoted fans don't just get so creative. Check out this slideshow of fan-made book covers.

Breaking Dawn Fan-Made Movie Poster

A stab at the movie poster as well.

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