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Twilight Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Hunt Summary

Stephenie Meyer
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The Hunt Summary

The incoming vampire pack consists of two males and a female. One male named James presents himself as the dominant leader. They look wild, beautiful, and dangerous. They profess interest in playing ball. They discuss hunting boundaries and living conditions, and the new vampires are surprised that the Cullens can live in one place. Carlisle asks the newcomers not to hunt in their area. James catches scent of Bella, but the Cullens are very protective of Bella. Edward can ascertain all their plans because he can read minds.

Edward grabs Bella and runs with her. He realizes that James has intentions to hunt Bella. James is a hunter and his sport is following prey to the final showdown, no matter what obstacles lie in the way. Edward is driving Bella home at over 125 miles per hour. He tells Bella she must leave the area immediately...

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