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Breaking Dawn Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 7: Book 2, Chapters 16-18 Summary

Stephenie Meyer
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Section 7: Book 2, Chapters 16-18 Summary

In Chapter 16: Too-Much-Information Alert, Jacob leaves Seth to watch the perimeter while he and Leah scout to see if Sam's pack is hunting vampires. Edward asks if Bella said something, but she did not; he can hear the baby, and it likes the sound of Bella's voice. As Edward's eyes fill with adoration and he tells Bella that the baby absolutely adores her, Jacob realizes he is all alone. Edward throws car keys to Jacob and tells him to go because he can feel how tortured Jacob is that he is now the only one who hates the thing killing Bella. In Chapter 17: What Do I Look Like? The Wizard of Oz? You Need a Brain? You Need a Heart? Go Ahead. Take Mine. Take Everything I Have, Jacob drives north, remembering what Leah said about the heartbreak being easier if...

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