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Friday, April 29, 2011

Breaking Dawn

In this book there are no major injustices that are against any criminal laws. There is a wrong doing in the book. Bella is pregnant and she wants to keep the baby and doesnt want to have an abortion so Edward knows that she could die because of it and the only way to save her is turn her into a vampire. And the Cullens have a treaty with the werewolves. And if they break treaty there is going to be this war with the werewolves and the Cullens. So Edward is asking if they can break the treaty for Bella because Jacob loves her and will do anything for her. So they let the treaty go just this once for Bella. The only crime I see here is turning someone into a vampire.

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