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  • Paperback: 576 pages
  • Publisher: Arrow; 1st edition (26 April 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0099579928
  • ISBN-13: 978-0099579922
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 3.6 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3,591 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 415 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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THE "NEW YORK TIMES" BESTSELLING FIFTY SHADES Trilogy "In a class by itself." --"Entertainment Weekly"

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What Grey and Ana did next: the second novel in the addictive Fifty Shades trilogy.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dr Eva Maria Chapman on 3 Oct. 2012
Format: Paperback
I have read the whole trilogy and love the trajectory of growing intimacy between the main characters. Yes the books could have done with a careful edit but the conversations, sex scenes and how the relationship develops are written really well. In fact 50 Shades Darker is better written. EL James herself says she gets better as she goes on. I continued to care about the characters. Christian and Ana were so bereft at the split in the relationship and learnt a lot from it and are both determined to do whatever they have to do to make the relationship work. They both strive for honesty and clarity. Ana must voice her inner thoughts and even though this often causes tension and strife, it is best in the long run. Ana challenges herself too- could Christian love her if she didn't remind him of the kind of woman he wanted to be sadistic towards? Christian's therapist John Flynn picks up on this and I would have liked to see more of her inner development in this regard. The sex scenes continue to be innovative and intimate. The billiard table scene with its lead up of engaging banter between Christian and Ana is thrilling and must be in my top three of sexy scenarios in the trilogy and of anything I have read elsewhere. Brilliant book 2 and you have to read the trilogy to get the overall picture of how more truth between two people leads to greater intimacy and trust.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Emma on 30 July 2012
Format: Paperback
Oh god where do I even start with this one?! Why on earth I read the second book when I disliked the first so much I have no idea and in all honestly I will probably read the third one at some point just because once I start something I like to finish it! I'm strange like that lol.

Anyway I disliked the first book but I hated this one, it dragged on and the storyline was ridiculous, it included annoying things such as Christian buying the company Ana works for just to spy on her, sex crazed bosses, crazy ex-subs with a gun and the return of Mrs Robinson aka the Pedophile that introduced Christian to BDSM when he was at the ripe old age of 15! All that sounds pretty exciting right? WRONG! The writer manages to write so that everything seems so dull and boring, I was exasperated by this book. All of the things I found annoying about the first book were still present in this one but somehow this one was even worse.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By M. J. Bailey on 14 April 2013
Format: Paperback
I like BDSM.
Not into hurting people I care for, but I do like the effort to make sex a mental activity rather than a purely physical one.

I don't like 50 Shades Darker. it made me feel angry.
Angry that 5 days after dumping the distinctly uncharismatic Mr Grey she lets him boss her around again.
"Eat Ana"....so she eats. Why doesn't she does tell the arrogant swine to leave her alone?

Commands and control can play a role in consensual BDSM, but when you are only meeting for lunch it's just plain rude. And although his power and riches might seem exciting, can you imagine having his children? He would be too busy empire building to bother with them, and if they did anything wrong he would probably crucify them.

I know doms who are lovely and treat their subs with respect. Ms James's so-called hero should really be behind bars as a menace to society. The book is once again badly written, badly thought out, with a string of highly annoying repetitions. With a dialogue which is so unrealistic as to be laughable.

I forgave all that in 50 Shades because it introduced BDSM to a wider audience, and hopefully refreshed a few wavering relationships. But once was enough. This book is illiterate and does great disservice to the kinky community.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By kerry on 24 Aug. 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
OK, here's the thing. I don't ask a lot from my books. Just to have a half decent story and be reasonably well written. I read (and quite enjoyed) the Twilight Saga for Pete's sake! That's why I wasn't exactly expecting a literary masterpiece from the 50 shades book, but I admit I'm a bit of a sheep and wanted to see what the hype was about.
I genuinely don't understand how anyone of average or above intelligence can see these books through! The repetativeness of it is actually shocking. If the constant oh my, whoa, or holy crap/cow/moses didn't have you wanting to tear out your own eyes I don't know what will.
Cocking heads. Think back to the last time you ever saw someone actually cock their head. Poor Christian must have whiplash the amount of times that guy cocks his head in a day! Moving on, calling each other by surnames. Who actually does that? Yes it might be comical to call the other half by their surname when being formal now and then but every day? Really? Go home tonight and start calling your partner by their surname and see how long it takes them to ask you why your being "weird".
Next, the sex. I admit I was looking forward to this bit having no experience of bdsm myself. For a book that is supposed to be about something so taboo, you would assume the author would figure that the audience would be over 10 years old and would therefore refrain from referring to Anas vagina as her "sex". I'm willingly reading a book about bdsm. I think I can handle the word vagina.
I get that Mr Grey is the hottest guy alive. I was told every page in the first book his eyes are smouldering gray (ah, and his name is Grey, look how that worked out!) But I don't care who you are, it is impossible to have earth shattering orgasms every time a certain man looks at you.
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