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Eclipse is a fantasy-romance novel, written by Stephenie Meyer. It is the third book in the Twilight series, and is preceded by New Moon and followed by Breaking Dawn. The book was released on August 7, 2007 with an initial print run of 1 million copies,[1] and sold more than 150,000 copies in the first 24 hours alone.[2] The book continues the story of 18-year-old Bella Swan and her vampire love, Edward Cullen.

The story opens with the revelation that Seattle, Washington is being plagued by a string of unsolved murders, which Edward suspects is caused by a young vampire that is unable to control its thirst for human blood. As Edward and Bella apply to colleges, Bella explains to Edward her desire to see her werewolf friend, Jacob Black, again. Although Edward fears for her safety, Bella insists that neither Jacob nor his werewolf pack would ever harm her, and she begins visiting him occasionally. Meanwhile, Alice Cullen has a vision that Victoria, a vampire who is hunting Bella for revenge, has returned to Forks. A few days later, Edward proposes to Bella and, despite having an aversion to marriage, she accepts...

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Parental Guidance

  • Reading Age: 14+
  • Reading Aloud Age: 14+

The main character, 17-year-old Bella Swan, falls in love with a vampire.

There are strong sexual scenes (although they don't actually commit the act because the vampire's afraid of accidentally eating Bella).

The series gives the general impression that there is no life after this one – and that the belief in eternal life is wrong.

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  1. Vampire tale takes bite out of 'Potter'
  2. Booksellers Find Life After Harry In a Vampire Novel

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