In my opinion, Breaking Dawn was a wonderful finale to an already great book series. It answered the one question that had been left from the previous books: would Bella actually become a vampire?
I was very pleased with the tight plotting, and am happy to say that I found no holes of any kind. There were a few events that I correctly predicted, but that did not ruin the book whatsoever. There were plenty of details to keep me on my toes, which is always a plus.
I wasn't a huge fan of the three different sections; it switched between Bella and Jacob. *SPOILERS STOP READING IF YOU HAVE NOT READ THE BOOKS!!!*
Book one is all about the romance... and if you know me at all, this is what I live for! This part is all about the wedding and Bella going on her honeymoon. Of course there are a few sex scenes, but they don't go into too much detail, so even if you are a youngster it won't be too racy for you. This is also the part when Bella and Edward find out they are blessed with a little angel. Book two harbors enough pain and angst to rival New Moon. Jacob finds out Bella has been home for a while now, and also finds out her little secret. Of course he doesn't take it very well and gets pretty pissed at Edward. Book three takes a brief breather to allow everyone to enjoy some happiness, before turning into a nightmare in a sense. What I mean by that is that, Bella has to give birth while she is weak and basically all bones. The birthing scene is very gory. It talks about the pain that Bella is going through and how much blood there is, so if you have a weak stomach... be prepared... just kidding. Also, the Voltori make their way into the book again... do I even have to say more? Books one and three are Bella's point of view while book two is Jacob's point of view. Getting to see how Jacob's thoughts connected was very interesting to me. He thought of things so differently and it was a nice change.
There are many new characters in this book. Because of some issues with their new family member, the Voltori are ready to fight the Cullens, but the Cullens don't have an army prepared like they do, so they call up old family friends from all over the world to help fight for their cause.
All in all, I love these book so much and would recommend them to anyone. I wouldn't recommend this book to a lot of younger kids out there, but if you're a parent and reading this and you believe your kid is mature enough to read these books... go for it!