Breaking Dawn is the fourth novel and the last novel in the series Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. The novel is divided into three parts, the first and third sections are written from the perspective of Bella Swan and the second part is written from the perspective of Jacob Black. Breaking Dawn was released on August 2, 2008 at 4,000 brands across the United States. People printed 3.7 million copies in the first print, and sold 1.3 million copies after just 24 hours of release, setting a record for the number of books sold on the first day of Hachette Book Group USA. The book is copyrighted to be translated into Vietnamese by Young Publisher, translator Tinh Thuy continues to be the translator of this book.
Breaking Dawn is divided into three separate parts. The first describes in detail the wedding and honeymoon of Bella and Edward, taking place on a private island off Brazil. During the two weeks of the honeymoon, Bella realized she was pregnant and the pregnancy developed at an unusually fast pace. After contacting Carlisle and confirming his pregnancy, she and Edward immediately returned home to Forks, Washington. Edward, worried about Bella’s life and convinced that the fetus was a monster when it grew unnaturally fast, urged her to give up the pregnancy. However, Bella feels attached to the child and refuses to have an abortion.
The second part of the novel is written from the perspective of werewolf Jacob Black, and lasts throughout Bella’s pregnancy and childbirth. Jacob’s Quileute wolf pack, unable to measure the dangers the unborn child could pose, plan to destroy it, even if they have to kill Bella to achieve the goal. Jacob strongly opposed this decision and left the herd, forming a separate herd along with Leah and Seth Clearwater. Bella soon gave birth to the baby, but the child repeatedly broke her bone and caused her a lot of blood loss. To save Bella, Edward transformed her into a vampire by injecting his venom into Bella’s heart. Jacob, who was present when Bella gave birth, almost immediately “got involved” —a unintended reaction when a werewolf found his mate — with Edward and Bella’s newborn baby girl,Renesmee .
The third part of Breaking Dawn returns to Bella’s perspective, feeling her change to become a vampire and enjoying the new life and new possibilities. However, vampire Irina mistook Renesmee for being an “immortal child”, a child who was turned into a vampire. Since “immortal children” are uncontrollable, their creation is outside the laws of the Volturi Family . When confronted with allies and witnesses of the Cullen family, the Volturi realized that they had been misrepresented and immediately executed Irina for her mistake. However, they continue to be hesitant about whether Renesmee should be considered a threat to the vampire’s secret existence. At that moment, Alice and Jasper, who left before the encounter,named Nahuel, a 150-year-old vampire-like hybrid like Renesmee. He showed that this combination posed no danger, and the Volturi family surrendered. Edward, Bella and Renesmee returned home peacefully.