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In many ways New Moon is a lot darker and scarier than Twilight. What was the scariest moment for you?
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The scariest was when Bella jumped off the cliff, for me. For a second there, I actually thought that either a) Victoria would get ahold of her or b) she woudl drowned.
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Scariest moments for me were the scenes in Volterra'"Edward and the clock tower, the gruesome massacre of the unsuspecting people, the Volturi in general ' it all sent shivers up my spine.
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when she was in the meadow with Laurent ... that scared me so much.
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Hellish Red Devil wrote:Scariest moments for me were the scenes in Volterra'"Edward and the clock tower, the gruesome massacre of the unsuspecting people, the Volturi in general ' it all sent shivers up my spine.


Ok, for me in a word, JANE! Jane totally freaked me out. What a psycho.


However what had me curled up in a ball was the point where...well...dinner arrives. All those people, especially the lady with the cross because you know she knows and just knowing what was about to happen. AGH! I still get chills thinking of it.
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pelirroja wrote:Ok, for me in a word, JANE! Jane totally freaked me out. What a psycho.

I hear that.
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ya, jane was really odd and freaky
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pelirroja wrote:However what had me curled up in a ball was the point where...well...dinner arrives. All those people, especially the lady with the cross because you know she knows and just knowing what was about to happen. AGH! I still get chills thinking of it.


erg. Definatley. I just posted this on another thread becasue I didn't see this one. But ahhh. I still can't get over it. I can't imagine even writing that scene. Brutal.
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Uhm yeah, Jane scared the bajeezus out of me.
Anyone who puts Edward in that much pain is DEFINATLY not cool in my book :x

But I'd say the meadow scene? Or at least that's all I can think of at the moment. But when Laurent showed up and said he was going to kill her I was just in shock.
I'd forgotten that I read somewhere that Jame's old coven returned for revenge so I was still...shocked.
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The scariest parts for me where when Bella was in the meadow, when she was drowning, and the Volturi. But mostly the Volturi. It was just really creepy. The images in my head during that part of the book where much more vivid than the rest for some reason. I could picture it all really clearly.

And then when all the people came just to be eaten. It took me a while to understand what was going on, but once I did, I was horrified. I felt so bad for those poor people.
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