Again, this is full of spoilers, do NOT read if you haven't read Breaking Dawn, or you don't want to be spoiled. I have warned you.
NOTE: I know that the Mods have said, no more posting Quotes...but I was given permission by poetrytoprose to do this. ^_^
Quil: "You missed the party. Princess theme. She made me wear a crown, and then Emily suggested they all try out her new play makeup on me."
Jacob: "Wow, I'm really sorry I wasn't around to see that."
Quil: "Don't worry, Emily has pictures. Actually, I look pretty hot."
"It was Edward. It was the expression on his face.
I'd seen him angry, and I'd seen him arrogant, and once I'd seen him in pain. But this - this was beyond agony. His eyes were half-crazed. He didn't look up to glare at me. He stared down at the couch like someone had lit him on fire. His hands were rigid claws at his side.
I couldn't even enjoy his anguish. I could only think of one thing that would make him look like that,"
"He raised a hand as if to wipe sweat from his forehead, but his fingers scraped against his face like thay were going to rip his granite skin right off. His black eyes burned in their sockets, out of focus, or seeing things that weren't there. His mouth opened like he was going to scream, but nothing came out.
This was the face a man would have if he were burning at the stake."
Edward: "Even you, Jacob Black, cannot hate me as much as I hate myself."
Edward: "I don't care about anything but keeping her alive, if it's a child she wants, she can have it. She can have half a dozen babies. Anything she wants. She can have puppies if that's what it takes. But not this way! Not this thing that's sucking the life from her while I stand there helpless! Watching her sicken and waste away. Seeing it hurting her."
Edward: "The moment Bella's heart stops beating, I will be begging for you to kill me."
Jacob: "You won't need to beg long."
Edward: "I'm very much counting on that."
Jacob: "I'm not going to lie, Bells. You're hideous."
Bella: "Did you know that 'I told you so' has a brother, Jacob? His name is 'Shut the hell up.'"
Jacob: "Oh, I hadn't heard the great news. A bouncing baby boy, huh? Shoulda brought some blue balloons."
Seth: "Nobody out here. All's quiet on the western front."
Carlisle: "Your family's divergence from humanity is much more interesting. Magical, almost."
Jacob: "You're scared of Leah, but you're best buds with the psychopath blonde?"
Bella: "Stop being a jerk, Jacob."
Jacob: "You say that like it's possible."
Seth: They are vampires, I guess, I mean, it makes sense. And if it helps Bella, it's a good thing, right?
Leah: Mom dropped him a lot when he was a baby.
Jacob: Oh his head, apparently.
Leah: He used to gnaw on the crib bars, too.
Jacob: Lead paint?
Leah: Looks like it.
Seth: Funny. Why don't you two shut up and sleep?
Jacob: "One Mississippi...two Mississippi..."
Rosalie: "Where's the flood, mutt?"
Jacob: "You know how you drown a blonde, Rosalie? Glue a mirror to the bottom of a pool."
I heard Edward chuckle as I pulled the door shut.
Rosalie: "I've already heard that one."
Jacob: "Hey, do you know what you call a blonde with a brain? A golden retriever."
Rosalie: "I've heard that one too."
"Allow me. I suggested
He paused, raising one eyebrow.
Silently, I lifted my doggy bowl off the floor. Then, with a quick, powerful flip of my wrist, I threw it into the back of Blondie's head so hard that - with an earsplitting bang - it smashed flat before it ricocheted across the room and snapped the round top piece off the thick newel post at the foot of the stairs.
Bella twitched but didn't wake up.
"Dumb blonde." I muttered.
Rosalie turned her head slowly, and her eyes were blazing.
"You. Got. Food. In. My. Hair."
That did it.
I busted up. I pulled away from Bella so I wouldn't shake her, and laughed so hard that tears ran down my face. From behind the couch, I heard Alice's tinkling laugh join in.
I wondered why Rosalie didn't spring. I sort of expected it. But then I realised that my laughing had woken Bella up, though she'd slept right through the real noise.
"What's so funny?" She mumbled.
"I got food in her hair," I told her, chortling again.
"I'm not going to forget this, dog," Rosalie hissed.
"S'not so hard to erase a blonde's memory," I countered. "Just blow in her ear."
"Get some new jokes." She snapped."
Rosalie: "Ew. Someone put the dog out."
Jacob: "Have you heard this one, Psycho? How do a blonde's brain cells die? Well? Do you know the punch line or not? Has she heard it?"
Jacob: "Awesome. So you'll enjoy this, bloodsucker - a blonde's brain cells die alone"
Bella: "You look tired."
Jacob: "Dead beat."
Rosalie: "I'd like to beat you dead."
Edward: "I'm sorry. I am truly sorry for the pain this causes you, Jacob. Though you hate me, I must admit that I don't feel the same about you. I think of you as a...a brother in many ways. A comerade in arms, at the very least. I regret your suffering more than you realise. But Bella is going to survive and I know that's what really matters to you."
"The murderer stared past Rosalie's shoulder at me, its gaze more focused than any newborn creature's gaze should be.
Warm brown eyes, the colour of milk chocolate - the exact same colour that Bella's had been.
My shaking jerked to a stop; heat flooded through me, stronger than before, but it was a new kind of heat - not a burning.
It was a glowing.
Everything inside me came undone as I stared at the tiny porcelain face of the half-vampire, half-human baby. All the lines that held me to my life were sliced apart in swift cuts, like clipping the strings to a bunch of balloons. Everything that made me who I was - my love for the dead girl upstairs, my love for my father, my loyalty to my new pack, the love for my other brothers, my hatred for my enemies, my home, my name, my self - disconnected from me in that second - snip, snip, snip - and floated up into space.
I was not left drifting. A new string held me where I was.
Not one string, but a million. Not strings, but steel cables. A million steel cables all tying me to one thing - to the very centre of the universe.
I could see that now - how the universe swirled around this one point. I'd never seen the symmetry of the universe before, but now it was plain.
The gravity of the earth no longer tied me to the place where I stood.
It was the baby girl in the blonde vampire's arms that held me here now.