New Moon - Chapter 21, Verdict Summary & Analysis

Stephenie Meyer
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They enter a room that is glamorous compared to the dark tunnels. Inside is a woman, who, Bella notices, is human. She is not surprised at all about the newcomers and greets the small girl, Jane, who, in turn, greets her as "Gianna." A young boy who looks very much like Jane comes out and greets Jane. He is Alec. Jane leads Edward, Alice, Bella and the others into another room, where a group of vampires are waiting. The head of the family, Aro, is waiting, seemingly pleased to see everyone. Aro has the same mind-reading powers as Edward, but his power requires him to touch the subject to hear their thoughts. He listens to the thoughts of one of the men nearby to find out the background of what is going on. He sees that Edward has a relationship with Bella. Aro asks Edward how he can stand next...

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