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Stephenie Meyer

New Moon

Copyright ©2008 by Stephenie Meyer
All rights reserved. Except as permitted under the U.S. Copyright Act of 1976, no part of this
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Little, Brown and Company
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First eBook Edition: May 2008
The characters and events in this book are fictitious. Any similarity to real persons, living or
dead, is coincidental and not intended by the author.
The author is grateful for permission to reprint the poem “Question” fromNature: Poems Old
and New,by May Swenson. Copyright © 1994 by The Literary Estate of MaySwenson.
Reprinted by permission of Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.
ISBN: 978-0-316-03232-2

Prologue: Inserted
Chapter 1: Remembered
Chapter 2: Overheard
Chapter 3: Resisted
Chapter 4: Dreamed
Chapter 5: Uncomforted
Chapter 6: Followed
Chapter 7: Confronted
Chapter 8: Loved
Chapter 9: Discovered
Chapter 10: Turned
Chapter 11: Dehydrated
Chapter 12: FailedChapter 13: Sentenced
Chapter 14: Disputed
Chapter 15: Guarded
Chapter 16: Assigned
Chapter 17: Visited
Chapter 18: Bored
Chapter 19: Abandoned
Chapter 20: Freed

Chapter 21: Named
Chapter 22: Cracked
Chapter 23: Confessed
Chapter 24: Tolerated
Chapter 25: Compelled
Chapter 26: Returned
Chapter 27: Undecided
Chapter 28: Unenlightened
Chapter 29: Betrayed
Chapter 30: AbbreviatedChapter 31: Needed
Chapter 32: Ambushed
Chapter 33: Doubted
Chapter 34: Buried
Chapter 35: Tried
Chapter 36: Believed
Chapter 37: Wanted
Chapter 38: Touched
Chapter 39: Worried
Chapter 40: Horrified
Chapter 41: Vanished
Chapter 42: Forced

Chapter 43: Frenzied
Chapter 44: Healed
Chapter 45: Succeeded
Chapter 46: Encircled
Chapter 47: Employed
Chapter 48: Detained
Chapter 49:Interrogated
Chapter 50: Sacrificed
Chapter 51: Prepared
Chapter 52: Separated
Chapter 53: Condemned
Chapter 54: Forgotten
Chapter 55: Attached
Chapter 56: Welded
Chapter 57: Completed
Chapter 58: Finished
Chapter 59: Remembered
Epilogue: Continued
About the Author

To my mother, Candy,
who taught me that love is the best part of any story

Body my house
my horse myhound
what will I do
when you are fallen
Where will I sleep
How will I ride
What will I hunt
Where can I go
without my mount
all eager and quick
How will I know
in thicket ahead
is danger or treasure
When Body my good
bright dog is dead
How will it be
t o lie in the sky
without roof or door
and wind for an eye
with cloud for a shift
how will I hide?

–May Swenson
The Healer's name was Fords Deep Waters.
Because he was a soul, by nature he was all things good: compassionate, patient, honest,
virtuous, and full of love. Anxiety was an unusual emotion for Fords Deep Waters.
Irritation was even rarer. However, because Fords Deep Waters lived inside a human body,
irritation was sometimes inescapable.
As the whispers of the Healing students buzzedin the far corner of the operating room, his lips
pressed together into a tight line. The expression felt out of place on a mouth more often given
t o smiling.
Darren, his regular assistant, saw the grimace and patted his shoulder.
“They're just curious, Fords,” he said quietly.
“An insertion is hardly an interesting or challenging procedure. Any soul on the street could
perform it in an...
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