Contents: Eclipse (Edward)

Author’s Introduction

1. Situation
2. Diversion (PG-13)
3. Freedom
4. Confrontations
5. Risk
6. Plan B (PG-13)
7. Intruder
8. Truce
9. Changes
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10. Newborns
11. Campaigns (PG-13)
12. Graduation
13. Alliance
14. Training
15. Compromise (PG-13)
16. Competition (PG-13)
17. Options (PG-13)
18. Bargaining (PG-13)
19. Engaged!  (PG-13)
20. Preparations
21. Storm on the Mountain
22. Eclipsed
23. Battles
24. Betrayal
25. Aftermath

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For your e-reader: Eclipse (Edward) by PA Lassiter

484 Responses to Contents: Eclipse (Edward)

  1. Albus says:

    Hey pal, I’ve read your works a several times and it’s just AMAZING. I actually was wondering to ask you if you could write breaking Dawn in an other way – like what if Bella never got pregnant and they went to college. Thanks for your magnificent works on Edward.

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  2. Anshi says:

    Thankx a lot PA for giving us this series.I love Twilight a lot and also the way Stephenie writes and yours books are equally impresible.I also think what it would be like to read minds and have a vampire in life.I really request you to give some more details on the above mentioned.And yes if you know any vampire then please tell me ;).
    Waiting for your reply………

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  3. Joy says:

    Hi PAL, rereading all your Twilight stories again and falling in love all over again 🙂 There’s one part in eclipse that just had me smiling for a while: Chapter 7 Intruder, when Edward says “If I were a father, I might have preferred Jacob as my daughter’s beau over me too.” In my head I’m smiling thinking Oh Edward, just you wait XD. That was very funny to me. IDK if you did that intentionally, or it just you just wrote it that way, but it was brilliant to me! I also saw that you wrote the books out of order, was that a hard thing to do?

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Joy!
      I had a lot of fun knowing Edward’s future before he did. Those little foreshadowing jabs were part of the fun of writing the books, so yes, that was intentional. It made me smile too. It wasn’t hard writing the books out of order, really, because I knew Bella’s versions of the story backwards and forwards before I began. Also, whenever I needed to go back and fix things–for example, if I put in new details in Eclipse that should have been reflected in Breaking Dawn–I went ahead and updated the later books to match. So that gave me a lot of freedom. The versions here went through several rounds of changes over a couple of years. I’m so glad they’re still enjoyable for you. Thanks for writing! -PAL

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  4. Hyacinth Rose says:

    You are an amazing writer. I can tell you’ve studied English lit and I believe you have a masters in English? (I think….) It shows in your works – your writing style, the narration, the literary references, etc. I just love smart writing. That’s why I really think Ms. Meyer should just officially hand you the copyright to her books and re-release them with part 1 Bella, part 2 Edward. 😉 You deserve recognition.

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi again! I do have several degrees, one in English literature with a concentration in contemporary American women’s fiction. My career has been in technical writing, however, as I also have degrees in Computer Science and Psychology. So, this website was my first attempt at writing fiction. It has given me the confidence to start producing my own novels. The Snake Handler’s Daughter is my first. I will say that I wish we could all get a copy of a published version of Midnight Sun. 🙂 -PAL

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  5. Zarin Mesbah says:

    Hey PA lassister,
    I Am a great fan of your twilight series…I don’t know whether u will believe or not…but I am actually reading these books for the 31th time now.. I don’t ever get tired! I had a request don’t know what u will think of it but…can u write a short part if rosalies POV?because in that book we got every in formations about almost everyone except the love story of Rosalie and Emmette,.yeah they have a very sexy relationship but we never came to know what Rosalie thinks of emmete…and what Emmett thinks of her,.
    if u cud write that part too then I guess the book series would be completed…!
    even if y don’t,.I won’t get tired of reading the books further!
    thank u soo soo much for the wonder full fan fic!

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  6. maya davis says:

    Hi! I was just wondering if you included the funny part where Bella breaks her hand punching Jacob? Ps, your version of this is so well done.

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Maya,
      Everything on this website is from Edward’s point of view and, unfortunately, Edward wasn’t there for that scene. 🙂 His reaction to it after he sees Bella is included, though. -PAL

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  7. Alena says:

    Hi! Thank you lot for your books and stories! I’m trying to study English language this way – thru reading. And for me your style is much more colorful and more difficult than Meyer’s. It is good to increase efforts on studying, because it is the first and only story, that motivated me to do that, thank you twice to prolong it)))

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Alena,
      You are very welcome. While Stephenie Meyer was writing primarily for a young adult audience, I wrote Edward’s point of view for an adult audience. That manifests partly in the content, but also in the language, which, considering Edward’s many decades of education, comprises a rich and mature vocabulary. So that’s why you may find it a little more challenging than the original. I’m very glad if it helps with your study of English. It’s most fun to study a language while reading material you enjoy.
      Thanks for commenting! -PAL

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  8. Jen says:

    I luv you’re writng through edwards pov. but i am curious as to why u didn’t write the last part of eclipse where bella and edward r in their meadow talking and she has to stop him. whether she wants to or not. just wondering.

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Jen,
      Great question! The answer is……I moved that scene to the next book in Edward’s POV. The reason is that I wanted to pull together the three chapters related to Bella and Edward’s pre-wedding and wedding period into a single section. It’s called “Nuptials” on the Breaking Dawn page of this website. That material is suitable for young adults. (The next section called “Honeymoon” contains mature content intended for persons 17 years and older.) -PAL

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  9. meep says:

    just read your author biography on amazon which states that your alter ego wrote two online books? alter ego?

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  10. sidekick123 says:

    Dear PA Lassiter,

    I was wonder in Edwards diary “Sarabel lives only 11 human years” what happened to her? Did I miss something? I would love to also see if Renee finds out the truth that Bella is still alive?

    Thanks,
    sidekick123

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi there!
      I’d be happy to answer your question, but could you give me more context, please? Which story specifically are you referring to with the quotation “Sarabel lives only 11 human years?” My guess is that Edward is wondering, not really knowing, how long she’ll live, but I can’t specifically remember this phrase or which story it comes from.

      As for Renee…sadly, no, she never finds out that Bella is still alive. Part of the “bargain with the devil” that Bella has made is that she must let her beloved humans go. She is seriously risking danger by letting Charlie see and know her and Renesmee, but she would not do that with Renee, knowing that her mother has always been willing to accept Bella’s small lies that allow her to be comfortable in her life. -PAL

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    • Katie says:

      Hi, i have asked a lot of questions on here (including one on New Moon which you wrote a blog post about) and i am now coming back having read your version of eclipse for the 7th time (I’m a big advocate of re-reading) i was wondering if there was ever a point while writing this that you thought you weren’t going to be able to finish? and what your advise is for writing slumps?
      Thanks as always for sharing this beautiful writing
      Katie

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      • PA Lassiter says:

        Hi Katie,
        I always appreciate thoughtful and thought-provoking comments such as yours.

        There were times working on the different books when I was more or less enthusiastic. Parts of Eclipse were painstaking, for example, because Ms. Meyer used a lot of dialogue in this book and I found it hard to be creative and add value in that format. I didn’t worry about not finishing, because I continually received comments from readers eager for the next chapter, and that wonderful support and interaction–unique to fan fiction–kept me going. Writing original work is much harder, I find, because you’re not part of a community that knows and loves the world you’re building (unless and until you’ve written a series and built a fan base for it). While working on The Snake Handler’s Daughter, I tried to write or edit something every day, and maintain that habit whether I felt like it or not. Part of that is simply discipline and it builds upon itself. For inspiration, I subscribe to a variety of writer’s blogs. One I find especially nurturing creatively is Writer UnBoxed. For me, inspiration also is boosted by writing something I truly care about. I’ve started and discarded a number of projects along the way, mostly because they didn’t have enough going on to keep me interested. As a writer, if you’re bored with your own material, you can be sure that your reader will be also.

        But don’t forget to be kind to yourself too. When I find myself unable to write, for whatever reason, I read like a maniac and watch films and well-written television programs to help refill the creative well. I hope that helps a little. -PAL

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  11. Jewels says:

    I just wanted to say THANK YOU this is absolutely amazing, I can’t even begin to tell you how much i appreciate what you’ve done here, retelling every book with so much thought and detail, and much more steamier scenes, its just awesome! I am so excited to have found your page, I’ve been reading for the past two hours. This is excellent work, thank you again 🙂 I’m sure hundreds of twilight fans are absolutely thrilled to have found your page too!

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      I’ll tell you something, Jewels. After I finished the second half of Midnight Sun, which I did mainly to satisfy myself, I posted it online because I imagined there might be other people who’d want to read the rest of the story as much as I did, even if it wasn’t penned by the original author. Then I posted the Breaking Dawn honeymoon scenes because I was almost certain other grownups who loved Twilight would be as frustrated as I was that after three books of build up, we didn’t get to read the sex scenes. With that said, I had no idea this website would take off as it has. It’s approaching 2 million views and has many thousands of comments. All of that is a result of Stephenie Meyer’s prolific imagination for characters and for building a world we all like to visit. But I’m incredibly gratified to have found so many readers for my fan fiction. It has set me on my journey of creating my own fictional worlds, and I am grateful for the people who want to read them. No writer could ask for more. Thank you for your lovely comments. xx, -PAL

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  12. Karen says:

    I love your writting! Love the story, but it only shows how stupid Bella is! She always playing off Edward and Jacob all the time and she’s to stupid to see it. I love the story but I’m sorry I hate Bella! She’s just a little girl trying to play a grownup.

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Karen,
      Lots of Edward fans have had a tough time with Eclipse, struggling to understand Bella’s motivation (myself included). Stephenie Meyer writes at the end of Eclipse that Bella finally realizes she’s not trying to force Edward and Jacob to get along so much as trying to make the two separated halves of herself reconcile–the big part of her that loves Edward, and the smaller part of her that loves Jacob. Eventually, she realizes she can’t do it, and she must let Jacob go.

      I think Edward brought all this on when he traumatized Bella by leaving in New Moon. The two halves of herself dissociated and go to war with one another when he comes back. That’s how I explain it to myself, anyway. -PAL

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    • Paris says:

      Hello, Just wanted to comment….she IS only 17. She acts like every other 17 year old: Immature as hell, always trying to act like they’re a grown up. I think she’s whiny, but then again, so is Edward a little bit. What matters, in the end, is that she chose Edward.

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      • PA Lassiter says:

        That is a good point. Most of the time I think of Bella as much older than she is. She’s so mature in other ways, especially with regard to caring for her father and her friends. -PAL

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  13. Twycross says:

    I’m finished with New Moon (Edward) and it wasn’t boring at all (you used the word in your last reply to me or it wouldnt have ended up in my post), I really enjoy jour original material, I need to check your original work after this (Amazon?), if there was one thing, well, I always wanted more alice and edward time (and Edward Carlisle time too really), but thats just inevitable, no matter how many pages were focused on the two Id still want more

    Im reading original Eclipse atm and jeesh I completely forgot how annoying Jacob is in that one, that is also annoying because my fiancée has the same name :/

    I also read the diary, it was fascinating, is it finished or do you still write stories? Do you think it is possible for it to maybe, years down the line, have a few (more) pages about Edward and Alice or maybe an entry about the family (Carlisle, Esme, Rosalie, Emmett and Jasper) side of things when Edward and co were in Italy?

    Aaaaaanyway .. Thank you for your work

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      So glad you enjoyed New Moon! The private diary is complete, but you might want to check out the Twenty Years On page, where Julie Vans and I wrote a few more Cullen stories based in the future. Also, Julie Vans wrote three great stories from the future on the Together Away page. We want to write more, but these are quite difficult and time-consuming, as you must think through the future actions of the Cullens. It’s very easy to make mistakes and write things that conflict with the original stories. Best, -PAL

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Oh! I forgot to answer your other question. Yes, my first novel, The Snake Handler’s Daughter, is available on Amazon (also on Barnes and Noble, Kobo, and BooksaMillion). I checked your IP address to see what country you’d be ordering from. If you decide to order, could you let me know the website that allows you to order the book? I don’t quite understand who can buy what from where, especially in Eastern Europe. Thank you so much!
      p.s. You can contact me through the “Contact” page if you don’t wish to reply here. XO, -PAL

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      • Twycross says:

        Well I usually buy books feom either Amazon.co.uk/.de/.com or book depository. Audiobooks i buy on Audible

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      • Twycross says:

        Yes it is on amazon.co.uk, paperback for £12.47, £20.78 with shipping 🙂 shipping sucks over here

        Btw its actually central Europe, stuck in-between Austria and Italy (well, at least those 2 borders are close to where I live), though it was pretty much just Austria here until recently

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        • PA Lassiter says:

          Hi again! Thank you for clarifying the geography. I was conflating the former eastern bloc nations with eastern Europe. Sorry about that! I’ve actually seen TV programs highlighting the new migration of British and western Europeans to your country in the last couple of decades because it is so beautiful and unspoiled a landscape. I’d love to visit myself sometime. And thank you for the information about where you buy your books. I’d heard stories of some Europeans being unable to buy Amazon books from Amazon.uk and I wasn’t sure what the rules were.
          All the Best, -PhoebeAnn

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      • Twycross says:

        You are most welcome! And thank you!

        Yes, we had a lot of “migrants”, especially the british, my uncle owns an architecture firm and we often talk about how many brits are building holiday houses (not that he or I mond it, only 2M of us :)), its beautiful its true and very green, loads of forests and rivers, kinda like forks 😄 (less rain though)

        Its a bit of everything, a bit of Italy, a bit of Austria and a bit of the Alps and the sea, all in one tiny little country, though of course if you want specifics, none of it can compare to the real deal, the real Alpine experience, real Austria like Wien or the beauty pf Italian cities and culture

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      • Twycross says:

        PS Ive finished all the books and the diary entries, I had a few ideas for diary entries, I might just write a few just for my enjoyment 🙂 if I am able ofc, Im pretty hopeless when it comes to the written word

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  14. Sadie... says:

    Hi PAL,
    Thanks again for letting me read these series I think my fav parts out of the whole series are the sex ones though you gotta love bad love!

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  15. Taylor says:

    Hi, I was just wondering in what chapters of eclipse take place in Edward and Bellas meadow?
    Thank you so so much for writing these books! They basically kept me alive after I finished The Twilight Saga!

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Taylor,
      I moved the final meadow scene from Eclipse into Breaking Dawn for Edward’s version of the story. I wanted to write a sequence of chapters there about Bella and Edward’s engagement period, so if you continue onto the next book, you’ll find the part of the story you’re looking for. Best, -PAL

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  16. Alisha says:

    I absolutely love two things about you PAL… #1 – Your writing skill. I agree with Samantha. You captured Edward’s POV perfectly! If Stephanie ever completed Midnight Sun, it would be extremely difficult for me to read it because, for me, I can not see it happening any other way! #2 – You respond to your readers! That’s so amazing and cool! I read the comments and your responses and, I just love your dialogue! That has made me an even bigger fan of yours and I plan to follow your work from now on!

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      That’s fantastic, Alisha! 🙂 I love talking to all of you. I enjoy your questions, your thought-provoking comments, and your enthusiasm. A writer is nothing without readers, so I thank you. I’m hoping to have an announcement about my first novel fairly soon. xx, -PAL

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  17. sarah says:

    Hi PAL,
    How r u?? I just wanted to ask you about the invisible man…you din’t mention about him in breaking dawn even…

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi Sarah,
      As you probably know, Fred is a character who appears in Stephenie Meyer’s book The Short, Second Life of Bree Tanner, so I didn’t find out about him until after I’d already written Edward’s version of Breaking Dawn. That’s why he doesn’t appear in that book. I wrote Eclipse last and so by that time, I knew about Fred and could include him in that book. I wrote quite a bit about him in the Private Diary of EAC because Renesmee develops a crush on him as a little girl. 🙂 -PAL

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  18. Samantha says:

    This is the best fanfiction I’ve ever read!!!!!You have awaken a new world around me with this book.I’ve gone through innumerable sites looking for an appropriate continuation and THIS ONE IS SURELY THE BEST..

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      Hi again, Samantha!
      (This comment also went to the spam file, where I just discovered it.) I’m glad that my versions of Edward’s point-of-view hold up for you. Once I got started writing “through his eyes,” I couldn’t stop. If you choose to comment on the website again, your comments will post immediately. Thanks for writing to me. -PAL

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  19. Crayn says:

    I don’t know about other readers, as I am still reading 😘 now I am on too breaking dawn. I just felt that, well for me at least the part where she cries for Jacob, I at least would like to think that Edward would at last understand how she felt when he left her. I know he does with what he has read from Jacob’s mind but I feel he does not understand how long she was a zombie because it was months before she went to Jacob. So after seeing her like that with Jacob, I feel both books yours and ms Meyers, makes it feel like she loves them both, kinda like the same but it’s not, she loves Edward more and I feel he does not get that. I know I know it’s just a book, and yes at the end she will show him how much she loves him, after the battle, but she will never show him how much she was hurt when he left because she don’t want to hurt him. I was just hoping I would get to read where he would “if this is how she is with Jacob, how much worse was it when I left” at that moment I wanted him to be so so so very much in pain for what he did to her. Sorry for rambling 😉 💞

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    • PA Lassiter says:

      You make an interesting point. I’d like for Edward to know that too, I think. However, Edward also has grave self-doubts after seeing Bella crying all night for Jacob. That massive pain serves as an indication to him that maybe Bella is making the wrong choice, that she really should be with Jacob. It’s only later that Edward comes to accept that Bella has chosen him forever. I think he always harbors doubts, though, up and until Jacob imprints on Renesmee. -PAL

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      • Maren says:

        I agree with Crayn and there is another thing that bugs me. Edward never actually thanked Bella for coming to Voltera to rescue him. Yes, he apologizes over and over again for leaving and hurting her but he never once acknoledged that she saved his life in Voltera. Bella always thanked him when Edward saved her life and for some reason it bugs me that he never did. Bella didn’t sleep for 3 days, left her father without a note, almost died at the hands of the guards or the Volturis, gets grounded by her father afterwards, I mean that looks like a lot more effort for a human to rescue a vampire’s life than the other way around and I feel that Edward could have thanked her at least once.

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        • PA Lassiter says:

          Some people might say that a “thank you” is as much in one’s actions as in one’s words. I think that women tend to be more forthcoming with words than men are in many situation. However, I personally appreciate a verbal “thank you” (or “I’m sorry,” for that matter) from my man too. -PAL

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