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The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 1: The Official Illustrated Movie Companion Paperback – December 13, 2011
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Only real bummer for me is that they didn't make one of these for Breaking Dawn Part 2. Instead there was some saga guide with lots of little inserts and stuff (or so I hear--I didn't get it) that probably appeals more to the young fans. Really disappointing that they didn't give the final film its due treatment, but nothing anyone can do about that now. Still, this is enjoyable just the same, and you can get a good feel for what the general production of BD was like.
I really enjoyed the movie "Breaking Dawn 1", considering it the best one of the "Twilight" series. It is so nice to have this high-quality book as a pictorial keepsake of the movie. I would recommend this book to all Twilight fans.
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