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I don't know how this was even possible, but reading Life and Death actually made me hate Twilight even more than I originally did.This is mostly because it became shockingly evident that certain scenes (sexual assault) were purposefully left out in this version because the characters didn't have vaginas. Bella's attempted rape scene has now turned into Beau's assault scene. Also, this review will contain spoilers for the alternate ending that are not in spoiler tags.I don't really know how true that assumption is, but dammit if isn't true for Life and Death.He has no aspirations to do or be anything until he spots the love of his life in his high school cafeteria.Not much has changed with our young, desperate lovers except for their pronouns, but Edythe is still a jerk/control freak/stalker and somehow less creepy than Edward.In the forward, Stephenie Meyer opens with this:"But I’ve always maintained that it would have made no difference if the human were male and the vampire female— it’s still the same story.
The author would’ve come up with a different sort of scenario/ backstory/ defining moment for a male character."That is exactly what happened here.
But for Beau, his assailants are a mix between female and male and have the intention of beating him up because they think he is a cop.
The section is entirely re-written with more dialogue, a gun and threats of death.
Then there is Rosalie's rape scene, now changed to Royal's assault scene.
Instead of Royal being raped, he's tricked during the wedding and beat up within an inch of his life.
It's just a glaring problem where I now see those scenes as "Literary Rape," used as plot devices to add depth and sympathy to Rosalie's character, and to give Edward a reason to look super heroic in the face of rapists.