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  • Hardcover: 592 pages
  • Publisher: Century (30 Aug. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 178089127X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1780891279
  • Product Dimensions: 14.4 x 4.8 x 22.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3,537 customer reviews)
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"E. L. James is the talk of the book world thanks to her Fifty Shades... trilogy" (Daily Mail)

"Fifty Shades of now a mainstream publishing sensation" (Guardian)

"What we have then, is something approaching the holy grail - porn for women, by a woman, that women actually want to read" (Lucy Mangan Stylist) --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

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A beautiful hardback edition of the final book in the worldwide bestselling Fifty Shades trilogy

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703 of 766 people found the following review helpful By beakerj on 27 Jun. 2012
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Thankfully I have now crawled to the end of this series. Amongst the poverty of plot, paucity of writing & preposterous sex scenes I found I had actually learned a few things:

A) Repetition, repetition, repetition. I could probably write a composite Ana/Christian love scene, ending with the requisite shattering, but I couldn't actually pick out a single love scene from the books to describe to you. Who knew sex scenes could be the dullest part of an erotic novel?

B) I've been doing kissing ALL wrong. I have never had to push both of my hands into my husband's hair in order to accurately position our lips together. Stupid me! I've just been going on the fact that they're conveniently located about 3/4 of an inch under his nose.

C) Virgins can have multiple orgasms immediately on embarking on a sex life, but they cannot use the word vagina, or penis. These are obviously filthy terms and have no place whatsoever in a book about deviant sexual desires.

D )Honeymoon cystitis is obviously no problem for Ana's seemingly indestructible vagina - sorry, 'sex'.

E) A sensible point can be made in a bad trilogy about the actual nature of the BDSM 'relationship' between an older woman and an underage boy.

F) Biting your lip makes billionaires want to spank you.

G) I'll no longer think of the happy trail as the path to the nearest shop selling chocolate.

H) Parts of the UK are suffering a thesaurus shortage. I didn't need one to write this review.

I) I *quite liked* the stupid emails, which has now destroyed all credibility I may have had as a reviewer.

J) The most exciting thing about these novels was reading them under the covers at night on my smartphone.

Oh E.L. I wish you'd read some P.D. James.
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136 of 153 people found the following review helpful By Clarabell on 26 July 2012
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I thoroughly agree with other comments and I also skipped past the sex scenes as they were the dullest part of this (apparantely) fruity read.

The repetition was unbelievably present and I can only assume that E.L James's manuscripts were passed for print by a literary editor with the experience, intellect and job commitment as Ana Steele/Gray - I mean, could you spend THAT long at work emailing your husband and get any work done? No wonder she had to take her manuscripts on honeymoon. She's the most well-read person Christian Gray knows he says, but the only two books made reference to are Tess and "the complete works of Charles Dickens" - very any Dickens have you Ms E L James?

I don't know how Ana can walk/not have cystitis but her ability to shatter in a million pieces when that familiar tightening comes is uncanny, after she's drank him in of course, with inner goddess doing pirouettes, and quite frankly the fandango as the sub-conscious peers over the dog eared Jayne Eyre...oh bore off!!

I'll summarize this edition and cash and time can be saved by all...

sex, sex, sex....I love you, I love, sex, sex...don't leave me, I won't/don't leave me/I won', sex, sex with some lavish spending along the way in the pervy bodyguard continually going out and buying fresh knickers.

By half way I just wanted them to Charlie Tango right off - the lot of them. I'm now just left wanting those hours of my life back that I wasted on this utter rubbish!
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mr on 21 Jun. 2012
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I succumbed to the viral marketing and read the Fifty Shades trilogy. After a promising start to the trilogy, I was intrigued by the characters and their experiences. E L James takes this smouldering rogue, this anti-Mr Darcy and unravels him to reveal nothing but a sad, insecure, pitiful man. Subsequently, the plot is dashed to pieces. "Freed" is the worst instalment of the trilogy.

Any merit the characters had in the beginning steadily dissolve amid Ana's repetitive internal dialogue. The Punch-and-Judy-style conversations between Ana and Christian is relentless: "are you smirking at me Mr Grey?", "Don't bite that lip, Mrs Grey"... I was mildly amused when Christian marks Ana on their honeymoon as this is part of his nature after all and I'm not convinced that Christian needed to be "cured". We liked him dangerous and naughty. His remorse will give way to his inner Dom eventually and I don't believe in the Happily-Ever-After ending for a minute.

Reading "Darker", I cringed when Christian appeared to tame a deranged Leila like a rabid dog. Also the way that Christian was ready to sub for Anastasia like a malfunctioning robot. There was so much James could have achieved here yet she retreats into the most obvious of clichés in regards to the correlation between Grey, "the crack whore"/his biological mother, and his Dom tendencies. He likes to whip/spank/cane these brunettes because they all remind him of his loathed mother. By the end of the trilogy I was left feeling nothing but indifference for Ana and Christian. The villain (Hyde) is barely worth a mention here.

Maybe the publisher urged James to write a trilogy. Maybe fans e-mailed her with their ideas, and she simply copied-pasted them into the story.
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