Russet Noon: Sequel to Breaking Dawn
After a version of Midnight Sun was leaked on the internet without her permission, Stephenie Meyer has decided to postpone the continuation of the Twilight series "indefinitely," according to her official website.
Many fans are frustrated because there's no more Twilight books to read. Is Breaking Dawn really the ending of Bella's story?
Not even close.
Pre-sale copies of Russet Noon are selling fast on Ebay. Russet Noon is the Unauthorized Sequel to Breaking Dawn. It is NOT written by Stephenie Meyer. It is a tribute to the Twilight Saga and it picks up where Breaking Dawn left off.
What happens in Russet Noon?
The Volturi are now watching the Cullens even closer, and a conspiracy is brewing deep within the catacombs of of Volterra.
Aro is determined to put an end to Bella's happily ever after. He is obsessed with getting Renesmee to join his clan in Italy, while Edward and Bella refuse to make Renesmee a full vampire.
Renesmee hates herself for being only a half breed, and her unhappiness turns Bella against her own daughter.
Humans in Forks are starting to suspect something about the Cullens, and Renesmee's lack of self-control is to blame for it. Bella and Edward might have to leave Forks permanently to protect Nessie.
Meanwhile, the spirit warriors have returned to live among the Quileutes. Taha Aki has made contact with Jacob to warn him that great danger is coming to La Push.
If you got an adrenaline rush off the Twilight Saga, just wait til you read Russet Noon.
Russet Noon Vol 1 (Chapters 1-6) is on Amazon right now.