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Registered: ‎08-04-2010
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Re: The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner

I loved this book as a tie in book.  I think that it was very smart of Meyer to do that.  The release date was genius too!  It helped me enjoy the movie Eclipse so much better too!

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Registered: ‎11-27-2010
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Re: The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner

I liked the book alot. Even though I read it on the website and was sitting there for awhile, I thought it was a good book. It was definitely a page turner, and I keep wanting to read more and wondering what was going to happen next. I have to say it was sad at some points, especially the part where Bree found out that Diego was dead. My favorite character was Bree. She was pretty cool. I liked Diego too, but found him to be a little naive. When he thought that telling Riley that they could go out into the sun would be a good thing, even I knew that that wasn't going to end well. Of course Riley already knew about it. Anyway, I thought it was a good book, even though there were some loose ends to tie up.