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  • Paperback: 1664 pages
  • Publisher: Arrow (14 Jun 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0099580578
  • ISBN-13: 978-0099580577
  • Product Dimensions: 13.4 x 10.8 x 20.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,016 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,120 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The bestselling books of the year, now available in one box set

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E L James is a former TV executive, wife and mother of two based in West London. Since early childhood she dreamed of writing stories that readers would fall in love with, but put those dreams on hold to focus on her family and career. She finally plucked up the courage to put pen to paper with her first novel Fifty Shades of Grey.

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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Pepper on 7 July 2012
Format: Paperback
After hearing about these books everywhere, I gave into the hype. And my main thought is, people that say this is the best book(s) they've ever read clearly don't read many books.

Basically what I learnt from this trilogy is:

*You don't need to be a good writer to top the best sellers list- These books are full or repetition and lazy writing, I don't know how many times the phrases "oh my", "ah" and "inner goodess" featured in these books, but I'm guessing that if they were cut out there wouldn't even be 50 pages to put together. Every paragraph to endure being told how good looking Christian was. And I swear that the sex scenes were copied and pasted every other page.

*That twilight makes middle aged women have strange fantasies- Everyone knows that the fifty shades trilogy started from twilight fan-fiction, and the similarities are uncanny, there's too many to list but I'm sure if you've read both series you'll see what I mean.

*That sex sells- it certainly sold this book. However, The sex seemed like it was written by a 12 year old, I mean I don't think there's many women who had a "mind blowing" first time like Ana does, not to mention having multiple orgasms at the drop of a hat. Oh and Christian is ready for round 2 just 3 minutes after having sex. sI can only assume the writer has never has sex.

*That someone with a BDSM fetish can give it up for someone after knowing them for about a month

*That you can know someone well enough to marry them after 2 months

*That after having married, you should have no friends except your spouse

*That abuse is romantic- Yes, aspects of Christians behaviour is abusive.
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159 of 172 people found the following review helpful By Hector Gussett on 4 July 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
Eyebrows were raised when I said I was reading this because apparently, "it's a girls book". Thirty-six years after the passage of the Equalities Act, I laugh in the face of such wanton sexism!

But sure enough, it took to around page 80 before I was introduced to the sleek lines of Christian's Audi SUV and the handling capabilities of his Bell helicopter. Plus by the time I'd got to page 500, nobody had been blown up by terrorists. More is the pity.

Forget all of that though. What I like in a book is a bit of escapism, but it's not an escape if where you end up isn't real. And this isn't. For a start, nobody is short of a few quid and everybody is beautiful and thin. Hey Toto, I don't think we're in Kansas anymore ......

But forget all of that too.

Picture a young innocent (who is "a total babe", of course), saving herself for Mr Right. Within days of meeting rich Mr Grey(so gorgeous it just takes your breath away, apparently), she finds herself back at his place (more a sort of skyscraper really). Let's have a tour of his digs. Living room - nice and tasteful, balcony - great views, kitchen - all immaculate marble. And, then, there's the red room. You know, the one with the caribiners on the roof, the restraining cuffs on the wall, the chains on the bed posts and the assortment of whips and riding crops scattered about the floor. Remember, we're not dealing with reality here so the real possibility that you've just delivered yourself into the hands of the Seattle Strangler doesn't come into it. Of course, you decide to stay. And you tell yourself that while you are just a little bit unsure, you are staying because what you really want is to get to know him and his issues better. And anyway, isn't he gorgeous?
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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Tess Houghton on 2 July 2012
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Unfortunately I was taken in by all the hype about this trilogy. Why oh why didn't I read all the negative comments first, then I would not have wasted £8.99 on a pile of tripe. I persevered through all three novels (well I paid for them!!)... and have come to the conclusion. The whole 'plot' to the books warranted one book only, or maybe a largish pamphlet. It seemed that whenever the author had nothing else to add, she'd throw in a sex scene. I found myself skipping through these before I even finished the first book. If I was a critic for a sex magazine I would give this a 'half-battery' rating for my female 'appliance'. E L James evidently does not have a clue about a BDSM relationship. I found the character of Ana very irritating, I mean a 21 year old virgin, with no 'gag' reflex when she first gave oral pleasure.... was Christian that small?...

Please, if you really have to read these books, borrow them from a friend who has been drawn in by all the hype, don't waste your money like I did. For £8.99 I could have brought some batteries and some decent erotica...
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72 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Sylver on 26 Jun 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
I take my hat off to this writer. She has managed to make loads of money out of a fairy story laced with loads of porn. In spite of scoffing at the whole storyline I was sufficiently interested to read the whole series, although I skipped all the porn in books two and three (which amounted to about 50%). I was taken aback but titllated by the porn initially but then found it tedious and boring. Can people really have that much exhausting sex in one day and still have time to work, eat and sleep? No wonder Ana's thoughts are so confused and repetitively circular. The few interesting bits about Christian's history are dropped in in an attempt to add some sort of reality to the story. But really, three adopted children who are all stunningly beautiful, a newly employed college graduate being promoted to editor after only a week in the job, a fortress flat breached not once but twice by a psychotic woman and a deranged ex-editor. I am still questionning how she managed to put a visit to Versailles in the midddle of a honeymoon on a boat in the Med, but that's just a minor mystery. How does the author get away with such rubbish - but she does. I was interested to see that someone has written a parody of this series so I am not alone in my incredulity. I have given E L James 2 stars for sheer cheek.
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