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The title used here, Midnight Sun, some of the chapter titles, and all the The first half of Ms. Meyer's rough-draft novel, of which this is a continuation, can be ayofoto.info .. not return, my entire family would be in danger from the townspeople, then the authorities. The Twilight Saga 5: Midnight Sun is a Young Adult novel by Stephenie Meyer. to read some completed chapters of the novel while they filmed the movie. The first book, which I call Midnight Sun, Part II, consists of the missing second half of Ms. Meyer's Chapter 12, the Pregnancy Series, the New Life Series, and finally, the Doomsday Series, completing the book. All files are in PDF format.

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PA Lassiter says: I knew that Alice would see me corninghome, that she would tell the others. Tcould see she'. I wanted, wanted badly, to face this. August 10, at

Melody 8. Ghost 9. Port Angeles Theory Interrogations Complications Knowledge Chapter 15 Desire Family Stories Baseball Tracker Goodbye The Hunt Race Blood She got into a faded red Chevy truck, a rusted behemoth that was.

I watched her start the: She combed her fingers through her thick hair, pulling locks through the stream 'of hot air like she was trying to dry them. I imagined what the cab of that truck would smell like, and then quickly drove out the thought. She stared back at me for only half a second, and all I could read in her eyes was surprise before she tore her eyes away and jerked the truck into reverse. And then squealed to a stop again, the back endof the truck missing a collision with Erin Teague's.

She stared into her rearview mirror, her mouth hanging open with chagrin. When the other car had pulled past her, she checked all her blind spots twice and then inched. The thought of Bella Swan being dangerous to anyone, no matter what she was driving, had melaughing while the girl drove past me, staring straight ahead. J was not tbfrsty. A small ounce of prevention.

In his memory, I saw the way my features had been twisted in fierce despair. I felt his surprise and sudden worry When I'd. But you should do what you can to keep the Swan child alive. We'd slowed-; we were barely jogging through the darknessnow.

She'll be gone in a year or two. I laughed shortly. That wouldn't stop me, if I could make myself leave. You only have to ask. Anyway, it's much better for us to leave now, no damage done, than for us to leave later, after a life has been ended.

He'd just caught the scent of a small herd of deer. It was hard to rally much enthusiasm-for what was; even under the best of circumstances, a lessthan.

It was colder when we returned home. The melted snow had refrozen; it was as if a thin sheet of glass covered everything-each pine needle, each fern frond, each blade of grass. I felt almost swollen from the amount of blood I'd consumed. Carlisle was right. I should leave Forks. They could spread some story to explain my absence. Boarding school in Europe.

Visiting distant relatives. Teenage runaway. The story didn't matter. No one would question too intensely. It was just a year or two, and then the girl would disappear.

She would. Lcouldpicture that-. I could see the girl dressed all in white and walking at a measured pace, her ann through her father's. It was odd, the pain that image caused me, I couldn't understand it. That made no sense. I should leave her to. Stop risking.

Carlisle always chose the right way. I should listen to him now. This was going to be difficult; I could feel that in the heavy reluctance that was. But I. Afld I also. And think of Esme. Would you take half her family away in one blow? That's why you have to stay. I saw myself mixed in with strange shadows that I couldn't make out-hazy, imprecise forms. And then, suddenly,. This was a place I. There was a figure. Theirnages shivered and disappeared as a million tiny choices rearranged the futureagain.

She stopped, and she flipped through a vast collection of other recent visions for me. They were all the same-blurry and vague.

It was'a quiet ride to school. J as per could tell that Alice was upset about something, but he knew. We were all quite aware how' desperately in love they were: Or maybe I was just being-. It was embarrassing how my world suddenly seemed to be empty of everything but her-my whole existence 'centered around the girl, rather than around myself. It was easy enough to understand. I leaned against the side Cif the car to wait.

Alice stayed with me, while the others went straight to class. They were bored-with my fixation-it was incomprehensible to them. The girl drove slowly into view,' her eyes intent on the road and her hands tight on the wheel.

She seemed anxious about something. It tookme a second to figure our what, that. Ah, the, road was slick with-ice, and they were all trying to drive more carefully.. Tcould see she'. That seemed in line with what little I had learned of her character. I added this to my small list: She parked not too far from me, but she hadn't noticed me standing here yet, staring at her.

I wondered what she would do when she did? Blush and walk away? But maybe she, would stare back. Maybe she would come to talk to me. She got out of the truck with care, testing the slick ground before she. She didn't look up, and that frustrated me.

Maybe I would go-talk to her. Instead of turning toward the school, she made herway to the rear of her truck, clinging to the sideof the truck bed iI1 a droll way, not trusting her footing, It made me smile, and I felt Alice's eyes on my face. I'didri't listen to whatever this made.

She actually. No one else was having trouble-s-had she parked in the worst of the ice? It Was as if I had to mow what she was. Of course, I couldn't offer her. But it had-nothing to do with me' at all,. Tyler's van-rounded the: No, this vision had nothing to do. Tpe girl, standing in the exactly wrong place at the back of her truck, looked up, bewildered by the sound of the screeching tires..

She looked straight into my horrorstruck eyes, and then turned' to watch her approaching death. Not her! The words shouted in my head as if. She didn't see me-no human eyes could have followed my flight-still staring at the hulking shape that was about to grind her body into the metal frame of her truck.

I'caught her around the waist, moving with too much urgency to be as gentle as she would need me to be. In the hundredth of a second between the time that I yanked her slight form out of the path of death and the time, that I crashed into to fue ground with , her in my arms,' I wasvividly aware of her fragile, breakable body. When Theardherhead crack against the ice, itfelt like I had turned to ice, too.

But I didn't even have a full second to ascertain her condition. I heard the van behindus, 'grating and squealing as It twisted around the sturdy iron body of the girl's truck. As I' d nearly flown through the air to push her out of the way, I'd been fully aware of the mistake I was making. Knowing that" it was-a mistake did not stop me, but I was not oblivious to the risk r was taking-taking, not just.

I dropped her and threwmy hands out, catching the van before it could touch the gill The force of it hurled me back into the Car parked beside her truck, arid I could feel. Oh, forthe love of-all that was hJiy, would. Wasthere anything else that could go wrong?

I could hardly sit here. As it fell back toward me, r caught it under. Her body moved limply as I swung her around so. How muchdamage had I done. These questions should be my biggest concern. Too panic-stricken that I might haveinjured her myself in my effort to protect 'her. Too aware of the heat of her soft body, pressed against mine-s-even. As the screaming of the witnesses erupted around us, I leaned down to examine her face, to see if she was conscious-hoping fiercely that she was not bleeding anywhere:.

Relief, so exquisite it was nearly pain, washed through me at the sound of her voice. I sucked in. She struggled to' sit 'up, but I was not ready to release her. It felt somehow Better, at least, having her tucked into my side. She struggled to move, again, and this time I allowed it. I neededto breathe so, that. I could plaY,! TIY role. Shy stared up at me, and I 'stared back. To look, away rust was, l'! My expression was. There was a, babble of shouting and.

Again, I wished for Carlisle. My years of theoretical medical study were no match for his centuries ofhands-on medical-practice. She hadalmost been crushed to death two distinct times and crippledone more, arid it was the. A chuckle slid through my- teeth before I could remember that thesituation was not funny. Bella blinked, and then-her eyes focused on my face. She glanced toward the south, though there was nothing to see now but the crumpled side of the van.

I stared , deeply into her wide eyes, 'trying to will her into accepting my versionthe only rational version on the table;.

I tried to stay calm, to not panic. If only r could keep her quiet fora few mornents;to give mea chance to destroy the evidence.. Shouldn't it be easy to keep this silent, secretive girl quiet?

If only she would trust me. She was the-only one who didn't accept the easy explanation, but she would be considered the least reliable witness. She had been frightened, traumatized, not to " mention sustaining the-blow to the head. It would be acceptable for her' story to be confused, wouldn't it? No one would give it much credence above so'.

I winced when r caught the thoughts of Rosalie, Jasper and Emmett, just arriving on the scene. There would be hell to pay for this.

I wanted toiron out the indention my shoulders had made against the tan car, but the girl was too close. I'd have to wait till she vias distracted.

I might have helpedthem, just to speed the process, but I was already in enough trouble and the girl. Finally, they were able to shift it far enough away for the EMTs to get to us with their stretchers. He was also a registered nurse, and I knew him well from the hospital. S the first through to us. In his thoughts, he was noting that I looked alert and calm.

I had to listen, to make sure that I had not put us all in so much danger that we would have to leave immediately. I had to concentrate. It was easy to find niyfather'sfamiliar mind. Hewas In'his small office; all alone-the second stroke Of luck in this Iuckless day.

He'd heard my' approach, and he was alannedas soon as he saw my face, Be jumped to his feet, his face paling to bone white. He leaned forward across the neatly. I stared at the wall behind him while I spoke. Instead of a throng 'of framed. Alice saw it corning: No one noticed I had tostop the van, toebut again, nobody saY' that,..

I'rnsorry Carlisle. I didn't mean to put us indanger,". She seems fine, but,.. I don't think it will take much to discredit her account. Carlisle' heard the distaste in my voice. Perhaps that won't be necessary. Let's see what happens, shall we? It sounds like I have a patient to check alt. But I'm afraid Bella here might have a concussion, She really hit her head when I yankedher.

Brett turned his attention to the girl, who, shot me a fierce look of betrayal. Oh, that was right. She was the quiet martyr-vshe'dprefer to suffer In silence.

EMT tried to insist that I allow myself-to-be treated,but it wasn't too difficult to dissuade him. I promised I would let my father examine 'me, and he let it go. With most humans, speaking withcool. Most humans, just not the girl, of course. Only my. Though Bella's father's thoughts were 'past words, the panic and concern.

Wordless anxiety and guilt, a great swell of them-washed out. I wasn't until I heard him speaking, forming perfectly coherent sentences despite his panic, that I realized that his anxiety' and concern were not wordless..

I just. I'd never spent much time around the town's police chief. His thoughts were partially concealed, not absent. I could only make out thetenor, the tone. I wanted to listen harder, to see if I could find in this new, lesser puzzle the key to the girl's secrets.

But Bella was loaded into' the. But I had to think now-to look at what had been done today from. It's been an interesting day for you, hasn 't it? Inhis mind, X could see the irony, and it washumorous, at least to him. Quite the reversal ofroles. Somewhere during that short thoughtless second when I'd sprinted across the icy lot, I had transformed from. There was anedge to my laugh because, van. Tyler Crowley, the van's driver, looked tobe hurt worse than Bella, and the attention -shifted to him while she waited her turn to beXrayed, Carlisle kept in.

Oneglance at his -faoe and she would be.. She certainly hadawilling enough partnerto converse with. Finally, she went on, "E;dwarrj. I exhaled. And then my breathing accelerated. I'd never heard her speak my.

That's weird. Is he okay? I was out in the hall, then, halfway to -the emergency room, 'without thinking for one second about what I was doing. I leaned against the walt"in a'dark nook just. There was no reason for me to feel. Or was' angry closer to the truth? That made no sense at all. Lstayed whereLwas for as long as I could, but impatience got the best of me and I took a back way around to the radiology room. She'd already been moved back to the ER, but I was able to take a peek at her x-rays while the nurse's back was turned:.

Ah, yes. He stuck her x-rays to the lightboard, but I didn't need a second look. She's absolutely fine. Well done, Edward.. The sound of my father's approval created a mixed reaction in me.. Smooth it over," All acceptable reasons.

The girl was trying to escape his remorse by pretending to sleep, Her eyes were closed, but her breathing was not even-and now' and then her fingers would twitch impatiently.

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I stared at her face for a long. Was it becauseI hated to leaveany puzzle unsolved? When Tyler saw me, he started to speak, but I put one finger to my lips, "Is she sleeping? Bella's eyes snapped open and focused on my face. They widened momentarily,. I remembered that I had a role to play, so I smiled at her as if nothing unusual had happened this mcming-c-besides a blow to her.

I raised one hand to halt his apology. Without thinking, I smiled too widely at my private joke. It was amazingly easy to ignore Tyler, lying no more than four feet from me, covered in fresh blood.

Wouldn't the constant temptation be so distracting, so dangerous But, now I could see how, if you were focusing on something else hard enough, the temptation was. I kept my distancefrom her, seating myself on the foot of Tyler's mattress. Her lowerlip pushed out a little. How Game you aren't strapped to a gurney like the rest of us? Yes, she'd certainly noticed the resemblance,. He bad a wonderfully soothing beside manner that put most patients at ease: So it wasn't a new thing to me, to watch him interact with thegirl asifhe-were as human as shewas..

I en vied him more than his control. Possibly themost vulnerable creature I'd ever seen, and she didn't want to seem weak. A chuckle slid through my lips. But come back if you feel dizzy or have trouble with your eyesight at all. Her father was here? I swept through the thoughts in the crowded waiting room, but I couldn't pick his subtle mental voice out of the group before she was speaking again, her face anxious. Her eyes flickered back to me.

I liked that I'd finally guessed right. She stumbled forward, off-balance, into Carlisle's arms. He caught and steadied her. Carlisle smiled as-he signed her chart, "It sounds like you-were extremely lucky. She hadn't written her suspicions off asimagination. NO,t yet. Carlisle's lipsturnedupa tiny bit. Her warm breath brushed my face and I had to stagger back a step.

Her appeal had not abated one bit. Every time she was near me,it triggered all my worst, most urgent instincts. Venom flowed in my mouth and my body yearned to strike-to wrench her into my arms and crush her throat to my teeth. I wanted to tell her that I did mind very much, but I knew I would have to do this eventually.

I may as well get on with it. I was full of so many conflicting emotions as I stalked out of the room, listening to her stumbling footsteps behind me, trying to keep up. It went against all my better impulses-s-the human impulses that I'd clung to through all these years. I'd never wanted to deservetrust more than in thismoment..

It was very hard to keep-my voice harsh.. I want to know why I'm lying for you. She answered with one stiff nod. We scowled at each other. I felt the mask slip from my face, and I toldher-e-this one time-the truth. By the end of the day, almost all the. Just Tyler and Bella and a few others-who were probably using the accident as a chance to.

But, all. Lwas gritting my teeth against the urge that had me yearning ditch, t'-in order to go find the. School today was-somehow, impossibly-even Plate boringthanit had seemed , just a week ago It was as.

I stared at the. Of course, it was. It alldepended on the perspective from Which you viewed, it. From the. Banner, but I was the lucky-one. I'm not sure about Bella, though. I heard she wm. I hiow the, doctors were. It just seemed so She hadn't said.

Would I betray her when she had done nothing but keep my secret? I had a nearly identical conversation with Mrs. Goff-just in Spanish rather than in English-and Einmett gave me a long look.

I actually had come up with a perfectlysound explanation. Just suppose 1 hadn't done anything to stop thevan from crushing the girl,.. I recoiled from that thought' But if she had been hit, if she'd been mangled and bleeding, the red fluid spilling, wasting on.

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I shuddered again, but not just in horror. Part of me shivered in desire. No, r. Emmett shouted at me in his head: His '. He rarelyused his full strength-there was rarely a need.

If he'd been pushing, the chair under me would have. I took a deep breath and Emmett released me,. I searched around the room routinely, but. None of them knew What to make of it, and they shrugged it off.

Damn, kid, you' re a mess, Emmett added, sympathy in his tone. Emmett didn't hold grudges, and I probably ought to be more grateful for his easy going nature.

But I could see that Jasper's intentions made sense to Emmett, that he was. The rage simmered, barely under control. Yes, Emmett was stronger than I was, but he'd yet to beat me in a wrestlirig match. He claimed that thiswas because I cheated, but hearing thoughts was just as much a pari: We were evenly matched in a fight. I didn't understand. Surely, she'd made her preference clear many-times that first day. That's what everyone here seems. I' d just realized what her questions' meant: I had slippedup-cmade an.

If I hadn't been eavesdropping on all the othersthat first day, then I would have addressed ' her initially by her full name, justlike everyone else. She' d. I felt a pang of unease, It was very quick of her topick up on my.

It would be hard to avoid speaking, Unfortunately for her, sharingthis table made; hermy lab partner, and we would have to work together today.

It wouldmake her. I leaned as far a. I could without moving my seat, twisbng my head out into the aisle. It was genuinely painful. Even without smelling her, I couldtaste her. My throat wassuddenly. I gritted my teeth together and tried to compose myself.

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Banner commanded. It felt like it took every single ounce of self-control that I'd achieved in seventy years of hard work to. I took another. S the, taste made mythroat ache! She started to remove the slide,. Instinctively-c-stupidly, asif I were one ofher kind-' I reached out to stop her hand from removing the slide. For erie second; the-heat of her.

It was like an electric pulse-s-surely much hotter than a mere. She was right. I was still too unsettled to look at her. Breathing as quietly jlS I could through my. I looked up at her, surprised to see that she was waiting expectantly: She didn't look afraid. Did shereallythink I'd'. I dropped the next slide into her hand, not letting my skin'conre anywhere close to' hers. Sitting beside her was like sitting next to a heat Iamp. Whatever the reasons may be, I fell in love with your version of the characters.

I fell in love with the manner in which you took the time to stay true to the original story and characters, yet perfectly managed to still make it your own. I was in awe of the fact that someone could, so eloquently, put almost everything I wanted in one story. To wrap this all up, I would like to say a few inadequate words: What a lovely message, Terri. Thank you for sharing your experience. It made me happy to work on it too.

Try your local library… xo, PAL. Like Liked by 1 person. This is captivating, movies, great but the books are beyond words. Every question that comes to mind is answered. I love them.. You are very welcome, Yvonne.

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Sorry it took so long to reply to your lovely message. Thank you, Lucy. New Moon was the most challenging book to write because so much of it is brand new and required a lot of research. Regards, -PAL. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I re-read your work far more than the original books — you have an incredible gift for beautifully describing the intricacies of these characters we so love.

Thank you for the thousands of hours you must have spent on these masterpieces, and thank you for sharing your labor of love with the world!

I can hardly wait to check out your other work! Again, just thank you. You are a truly gifted writer. Ahhh, thank you so much!!

I took a few months break from checking the website, so I missed this comment. You are a wonderful writer mr. The first part that Stephenie Meyer did was beyond awesome.

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It just tells you how kind and pure Edward is. Your writing is almost similar to Ms. Besides Edward, I love Alice and am quite intrigued by her. If Ms. But it looks like she has no desire to write more about the Cullens damn Fifty Shades of Grey to hell!

Thank you for these gems. Hi Richelle, Thanks! Did you check out Edwards Diary? It contains several stories about Alice, including some about her past. You did amazing!! Thanks, my friend.

You are free to print them out for your own personal use. This world belongs legally to Stephenie Meyer. We just borrow it for our own enjoyment. I am fascinated by your work!

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I thank her for that. Meyer finish Midnight Sun. Just finished with Midnight Sun: Thanks for writing and making Twilight saga much more than just addiction. You did such an amazing job. Have you ever considered creating a follow up book. Like after breaking dawn. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email.

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