The part that took Meyer the longest time to write of Breaking Dawn was the half-chapter describing the 3 months after Bella's transformation into a vampire because "the amount of time per word put into that section was probably ten times what it was in any other part of the book" and Meyer liked to write minute by minute, but didn't think it would be exciting. Meyer decided to include the pregnancy in her story while she was researching vampires, early in , and came across the legend of the incubus , a demon who could father children.
She stated that Bella's pregnancy and childbirth, for her, were "a way to kind of explore that concept of what childbirth used to be" in the past and acknowledged that they were "taking Bella in a new direction that wasn't [as] relatable for a lot of people. In regard to Renesmee's unique name, Meyer wrote that she "couldn't call her Jennifer or Ashley. What do you name the most unique baby in the world?
I looked through a lot of baby name websites. Eventually I realized that there was no human name that was going to work for me, so I surrendered to necessity and made up my own. The Twilight Saga is really Bella's story, and this was the natural place for her story to wind up.
She overcame the major obstacles in her path and fought her way to the place she wanted to be. I suppose I could try to prolong her story unnaturally, but it wouldn't be interesting enough to keep me writing. Stories need conflict, and the conflicts that are Bella-centric are resolved. It also hints that the novel would have a happy ending for the couples, as in The Merchant of Venice.
Meyer described it as "the magic of setting things right—which doesn't happen in the real world, which is absolutely fantasy", and decided to introduce it earlier—in Eclipse —so she wouldn't have to explain it later. Meyer described the cover as "extremely meaningful" and said that she was "really happy with how it turned out".
The title, Breaking Dawn , is a reference to the beginning of Bella's life as a newborn vampire. Another reason for giving the book this particular title is that it matches the book's plot, which centers on "a new awakening and a new day and there's also a lot of problems inherent in it". Entertainment Weekly magazine released an excerpt of Breaking Dawn on May 30, The first quote was released on Meyer's website on July 12, The concert series sold out three of its four locations on the day that tickets went on sale,  selling out in under an hour in one city.
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Critical reception of Breaking Dawn was mixed. Lev Grossman wrote, "First, since there's a lot of one-star reviews up on Amazon, let me say up front: I loved Breaking Dawn. It should have been two books. Publishers Weekly stated that the main problem with Breaking Dawn was that, "Essentially, everyone gets everything they want, even if their desires necessitate an about-face in characterization or the messy introduction of some back story.
Nobody has to renounce anything or suffer more than temporarily—in other words, grandeur is out. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly , Meyer responded to the negative response of many fans to the book and called it the "Rob Effect"; she said that the fans need time to accept the ending of Breaking Dawn , just as they needed time to accept Robert Pattinson playing the role of Edward in the Twilight movie. Summit Entertainment announced in November that they had obtained the rights to the fourth book in Stephenie Meyer 's series, Breaking Dawn.
The film was split into two parts; the first part of the film was released on November 18, ,  and the second part was released on November 16, Maggie Grace plays the part of Irina in the film, while Mackenzie Foy plays Renesmee, Edward and Bella's half-vampire, half-human child.
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