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The main characters of The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner: An Eclipse Novella novel are Edward Cullen, Diego. The book has been awarded with Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Young Adult Fantasy and for Favorite Book (2010), Edgar Awards and many others.
One of the Best Works of Stephenie Meyer. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 240 pages and is available in Hardcover format for offline reading.
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|Original Title:||The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner: An Eclipse Novella|
|Number Of Pages:||240 pages|
|First Published in:||June 1st 2009|
|Latest Edition:||July 6th 2010|
|Series:||The Twilight Saga #3.5|
|Awards:||Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Young Adult Fantasy and for Favorite Book (2010)|
|Generes:||Young Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal, Vampires, Fantasy, Paranormal, Fiction, Romance, Fantasy, Supernatural, Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Young Adult, Teen, Romance, Paranormal Romance,|
|Main Characters:||Edward Cullen, Diego, Bella Swan, Bree Tanner|
|Formats:||audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.|
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THE NEWSPAPER HEADLINE GLARED AT ME FROM a little metal vending machine: SEATTLE UNDER SIEGE—DEATH TOLL RISES AGAIN. I hadn’t seen this one yet. Some paperboy must have just restocked the machine. Lucky for him, he was nowhere around now.
Great. Riley was going to blow a gasket. I would make sure I wasn’t within reach when he saw this paper. Let him rip somebody else’s arm off.
I stood in the shadow behind the corner of a shabby three-story building, trying to be inconspicuous while I waited for someone to make a decision. Not wanting to meet anyone’s eyes, I stared at the wall beside me instead. The ground floor of the building housed a record shop that had long since closed; the windows, lost to weather or street violence, were filled in with plywood. Over the top were apartments—empty, I guessed, since the normal sounds of sleeping humans were absent. I wasn’t surprised—the place looked like it would collapse in a stiff wind. The buildings on the other side of the dark, narrow street were just as wrecked.
The normal scene for a night out on the town.
I didn’t want to speak up and draw attention, but I wished somebody would decide something. I was really thirsty, and I didn’t care much whether we went right or left or over the roof. I just wanted to find some unlucky people who wouldn’t even have enough time to think wrong place, wrong time.
Unfortunately tonight Riley’d sent me out with two of the most useless vampires in existence. Riley never seemed to care who he sent out in hunting groups. Or particularly bugged when sending out the wrong people together meant fewer people coming home. Tonight I was stuck with Kevin and some blond kid whose name I didn’t know. They both belonged to Raoul’s gang, so it went without saying that they were stupid. And dangerous. But right now, mostly stupid.
Instead of picking a direction for our hunt, suddenly they were in the middle of an argument over whose favorite superhero would be a better hunter. The nameless blond was demonstrating his case for Spider-Man now, skittering u