Edward And Jacob's Characters In Stephanie Meyer's "Twilight" Books

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The new sensation sweeping America these days is a series of books written by Stephanie Meyer. The series takes readers to a place where the old world and myths about vampires and werewolves are looked at completely different. The idea of werewolves being killed by silver bullets and vampires dying of holy water is simply not even thought of. As the series turns into major movies and vampire Edward is given competition by Jacob the infamous werewolf. Many people began choosing sides of whom they favored winning Bella’s heart. Which has left many people believing that Jacob should win instead of Edward.
The character Jacob is a werewolf. Jacob Black is Bella's best friend from the time she moves to her new home town with her dad. He is a Quileute Native American and a werewolf. It is although later revealed he is a shape-shifter, as he doesn't transform on the full moon. At first, Jacob plays a minor role, being a forgotten childhood friend of Bella's. In an attempt to learn more about Cullen’s, Bella flirts with Jacob, and he tells her tribe legends about them being "the cold ones", or vampires. After Edward leaves Bella, Bella spends much of her time with Jacob, trying to heal her broken heart and move on. Jacob tries many sweet ways to get Bella to like him, even though she is love with Edward. (Jacob Black, 1).
Edward is the infamous vampire through out the series. He is known for being simple, determined, and very stubborn. He is very protective over Bella and puts her safety, humanity, and welfare before anything else. He often over-analyzes situations and has a tendency to overreact-especially in situations where Bella's...

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