I thought it was a beautiful book, for many reasons:
- The intensity of the themes; love, hate, beauty, it had everything, all explored in a fascinating and frank picture.
- The spectacular characters; from innocent Bella to seemingly perfect, yet tramatised Edward to unique, quirky Alice.
- The plot, which kept you reading and made you want to carry on.
- The realism of the aspects: Charlie and Renee, Bella at school, homework. ectera.
My favorite in the series (do you mean the series or twilight particularly?) was Breaking Dawn; it showed that true love can continue through marriage and childbirth and trauma.
However, I have to say, there were a few flaws which I will admit to:
- It was a little odd that Jacob imprinted on Renesmee, but, at the same time, in the twilight world that could have happened, it was entirely plausible, so this isn't really a flaw.
- It is a LOVE story (this is not the flaw) and a lot of people are saying that it is not very moral; and, this is true in a few ways; Bella getting married and having a baby may not be seen as responsible - but, she was married and in love. It just may not be the best moral guidelines.
Still, one of the best books ever written. But, at the end of it, I still adored every bit of it, and is my favorite book; I am not going to say it is the best book ever written, because that depends purely on opinion. The main reason I put the flaws was to show that I can appreciate good literature and can still see that it isn't perfect; nothing is perfect - but, I acctually disagree with a few of the flaws I've put down myself. (How was it irresponsible? She was MARRIED! But other people see this as irresponsible. Why? I don't know.) What people disliked about Breaking Dawn was the fact that there was a baby born in it - and they felt it took Bella away from Edward - if this means that, then what about all the couples who have children and still love each other? That was a point she was trying to prove. Plus, people who hate it and ask stupid questions like 'OMG Don't you hate twilight?' need to get a life. Everyone is entitled to their own opionion - this, however, doesn't mean that it is right to go shoving it down everyone's throats on a question and answer site.(And for all the people who say that the only people who like twilight have never read a book before in their life, this is not true. I love Emily Bronte and Jane Autsen and a load of other stuff. Just had to get that in.)
Hope I helped.