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Bella's Move Essay

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Before Bella’s moved, she was just living an ordinary life. At the time, Bella was living in Sunny Phoenix, Arizona with her mother. She decided to move to Rainy Forks, Washington to live with her father so her mother can travel with her new husband. Bella thought that living in Forks would be the same as living in Phoenix but she was wrong. There were three significant incidents that changed her life completely.

Like any other day, Bella would drive her red “ancient” Truck to and from school. Until one day when the weather changed and the road condition was slippery. Roads were icy and snow was falling. Driving to school was very difficult for Bella because there were thick layers of snow for her Truck to handle, even though there were chains on the ...view middle of the document...

Knowing that there was something unusual with Edward, Bella started to investigate the hidden secret of Edward and his family. First, she went on the internet to see if she could find any “valid” information about vampires that described what Edward was. Unfortunately, she could not find anything that described Edward’s kind on the internet. However, Bella found out the information she needed through an old family friend, Jacob Black. The information was about the La Push’s legend that involved the “protectors” (werewolves) of the land and the “rivals” (vampires) who will create wars amongst them. Now that Bella understood what Edward was, Bella was not afraid of him. Somehow she started to fantasize him.

Knowing what the Cullen’s family are, she began to spend a lot of her time with him and his family, getting to know them better. One day, when the Cullen’s family and Bella went out to play some baseball, a coven of vampires appeared at the family’s game. One of the coven members, James, noticed that one of the members of the Cullen’s family was not a vampire. When James sensed that Bella was not one of them, he became attached to her because of her human blood. Now, Edward has to protect Bella from James because James is very dangerous and he has the ability to track humans and animals down. Bella’s life is at stake and all Edward cares about is Bella’s safety.

In the end, James was destroyed by Edward and his older adopted siblings, Emmet and Jasper. They all assisted to help protect Bella from that dangerous vampire. Although there are other incidents, this is one of the biggest events what will affect Bella’s life. Combined with Bella’s bad luck when she is around Edward, troubles always stir up. No matter how much she wants to be with Edward, he is always putting Bella in danger. Live will never be the same.

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