Wednesday, June 23, 2010
The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner: An Eclipse Novella by Stephenie Meyer
Yeah, good luck with that. The Seattle news is consistently reporting of unexplained deaths in the area, causing even more unsteadiness within the house.
Bree befriends another young vampire Diego and together they begin to put together the pieces that all they have been told is not what it seems. When the duo overhears a conversation between "she," Riley and several "dark hooded figures," the understand that they have been created for a purpose...to fight.
If you've read Eclipse...you know the rest of the story, but through Bella's eyes. Read this to discover the story through another fascinating point of view: the young vampire Bree Tanner. Things may not be what it seems!
What I Thought:
What a fascinating novella! Meyer has taken a character from her novel Eclipse and fleshed out her entire vampire life. (Short as a life as it was.)
It makes one remember that there are truly two sides to every story.
One thing I found interesting about this book was that there was no chapter breaks. This novella is 175 pages long, and it's straight through. And every bit of it is fluid! The only reason I even missed the breaks was when I needed to stop reading to take care of other things, like cooking dinner. I found it hard to find a stopping point.
Oh, how I miss the days when I could just read all day without stopping. Sigh.
Anyway, if you are a Twilight fan you don't want to miss this book. You can read if online for free at http://www.breetanner.com through July 5. But if you purchase the book, a portion of the proceeds will go to the Red Cross. Which is awesome!
Want to see more? Check it out on Amazon: The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner: An Eclipse Novella by Stephenie Meyer.
Reviewed from a personal copy.