Friday, May 23, 2008

LOOK.....AT.....THIS!!!!

What you are about to see may shock you. I suggest a paper bag?




Oh yes, *pats back*, I found the leaked cover AND the unreleased promo! Now, I have some in-depth things to say about this....and given the freewebs site is dead, I might as well say them here. Well, lets do this!

WHAT BROOKE HAS TO SAY:
Now, I have been theorizing Twilight for some months now, and so far the musings I have made with Meagan, Lauren, Meaghan-with-an-H, Emily, other Emily, Lindsay, Catherine, etc. have all become held with some renown. I am confident in my logistics here, but as things have shifted considerably with the release of this cover art, I must confide in all you blog-readers a summary of the conversation Pyro and I had last night. For your consideration:
- We have a chess game going on here. But here's the kicker: its at a stalemate. No party can win. *mystery....*
- Obviously there is a red pawn and a white queen. The vampire references are there. But this could mean numerous things for numerous people. Lets take the obvious- Bella. Two wildly different pieces that cannot reach one another. One red, one white. Perhaps a choice she cannot go back on? *wink, wink* Or a place she can never be? *nudge, nudge*
- And the promo. Take your breath away- how very cliche. NOT!!! They're tempting us into thinking it...I don't want to believe it for fear that it's fake, but oh, how very sweet it is!
- But last of all, I must bring to your attention some very interesting things- the Pyro conversation. You may have heard by now that Stephenie Meyer wrote Breaking Dawn with the inspiration of two different stories: "A Midsummer Night's Dream", and one more we've yet to see. I think I might know about number two. You see, Pyro was reading the summary on wikipedia, and found some very strange parallels. I have highlighted parts of great importance in my own hard copy of the plot (see wikipedia for the full version) and any decent twilighter needs to know about this.

Three interlocking plots, connected by a celebration of the wedding of Duke Theseus of Athens and the Amazonian queen Hippolyta, and set simultaneously in the woodland, and in the realm of Fairyland, under the light of the moon.
Hermia refuses to comply with her father Egeus's wish for her to marry his chosen man, Demetrius. In response, Egeus quotes before Theseus an ancient Athenian law whereby a daughter must marry the suitor chosen by her father, or else face death. Theseus does not want this young girl to die, and offers her another choice, lifelong chastity.
Hermia and her lover Lysander decide to elope by escaping through the forest at night. Hermia informs her best friend Helena, but Helena has recently been rejected by Demetrius and decides to win back his favour by revealing the plan to him. Demetrius, followed doggedly by Helena, chases Hermia. Hermia and Lysander, believing themselves safely out of reach, sleep in the woods.
Oberon, king of the fairies, and his queen, Titania, arrive in the forest outside Athens. Titania tells Oberon she plans to stay there until after attending Theseus and Hippolyta's wedding. Oberon and Titania are estranged because Titania refuses to give her Indian changeling to Oberon for use as his "knight" or "henchman," since the child's mother was one of Titania's worshippers.
Puck applies a magical juice from a flower called "love-in-idleness," (aka pansy) which makes the victim fall in love with the first living thing the person sees when they awaken. He instructs Puck to retrieve the flower, so that he can make Titania fall in love with some vile creature of the forest.
Having seen Demetrius act cruelly toward Helena, Oberon orders Puck to spread some of the elixir on the eyelids of the young Athenian man. Instead, Puck accidentally puts the juice on the eyes of Lysander, who then falls in love with Helena.
Due to Puck's errors, both lovers now fight over Helena instead of Hermia. Helena, however, is convinced that her two suitors are mocking her, as neither loved her originally. The four pursue and quarrel with each other most of the night, until they become so enraged that they seek a place to duel each other to the death to settle the quarrel. Oberon orders Puck to keep the lovers from catching up with one another in the forest and to re-charm Lysander for Hermia, to prevent them all from killing each other.
And one last detail...
The lovers decide that the night's events must have been a dream
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Okay, a lot to digest, I know. But there is even more info I must get to the right people. Here is some other leaked info- judge validity for yourself- as we all know, nothing is set in stone. First, the potential "back o' the book" statements:

"As August 13th draws closer, Bella is more
sure than ever that she has made the right choice - {indecipherable}to spend eternity with Edward. But a new enemy stalks closer, seeking
to tear Bella and Edward apart forever, one
with ties to both Vampire and Werewolf.
Can the {indecipherable} treaty between the two hold?
Or will the new threat force both sides to settle their blood feud once and for all?
Because when the dawn breaks, an angel will fall…
Following the international bestsellers Twilight,
New Moon and Eclipse, Breaking Dawn, the
final book in the Twilight saga, promises to
take your breath away."
Again with the breath awayishness. This makes it much easier to believe. But now, a leaked preface that has gotten around quite a bit on the forums and boards.
"I'd had more than my fair share of near-death experiences; it wasn't something you ever really got used to.
It seemed oddly inevitable, though, facing death again.
Like I really was marked for disaster. I'd escaped time and time again, but it kept coming back to me. Still, this time was so different from the others. You could run from something you feared, you could try to fight something you hated. All my reactions were geared toward those kinds of killers- the monsters, the enemies. When you loved the one who was killing you, it left you no options.
How could you run, how could you fight..."

And thats all for now, folks! While I try to track down the fabled first chapter of Breaking Dawn (some have read it, no one can find it), please email me with any personal theories that I might address in my recently begun Theorem of Breaking Dawn. Love you all, and twilighters EXCELSIOR!!!

1 comment:

oxymorongurl127 said...

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! omg, reading the back of the book thinging is absoulutly HORRIBLE!!!! i mean, really. "Becuase when the dawn breaks, an angel will fall..." ?!?!?! More like... "Becuase when taylor reads this, she will committ herry-kerry and jump off a building" becuase that's so what i'm about to do. I MUST READ THIS BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I MUST I MUST I MUST I MUST I MUST! it is the worst possible thing that could happen to me, reading that. rar! i will go bite off my own arm in frustration now...