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Fifty Shades Freed: 3/3 (50 Shades Trilogy) Paperback – 1 Apr 2012
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THE "NEW YORK TIMES "BESTSELLING FIFTY SHADES Trilogy
"In a class by itself."
THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING FIFTY SHADES Trilogy
The long-awaited CD edition of the final novel in the addictive Fifty Shades trilogy. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product description
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These books definitely have their faults: there's far too much sex, to the point where I simply skipped passed them; the writing is a little contradictory and repetitive, and it's in no way suitable for anyone who has experienced an abusive relationship.
However, if you are looking for an enjoyable guilty pleasure ,where you can leave your brain at the door and simply have a fun read, then it's great.
Don't take any notice of the neigh Sayers. This book was never meant to be a literary classic or a serious piece of literature. This book is all about indulgent fun. If that's what you're looking for, have at it and enjoy.
I felt a bit grubby and disturbed buying this for my mum, but I thought what the hell.
So the following is her take on it...
This book is not as good as the other books, it gets a bit boring in places, and the way it is written is very basic, and repetitive. I would never recommend these books to anyone who has been involved in an abusive relationship, and to be honest there is far to much sex in the books.
The book is easy enough to follow, and it's not a difficult read. It's a nice way to finish the trilogy and I am glad I read it.
People may slate this book and yes, it is not as good as I expected, but all in all it's a good book.
So there you have it, my mum reviewing what can only be described as a book about sex.
The book follows Ana, a young lady of virginal innocence as she falls for a classic tall, dark and handsome billionaire - Christian Grey. Ultimately, the twist is that his bedroom fantasies are somewhat on the dark side. If you're not comfortable with BDSM, this book is not for you. (On a side note, I avoided reading this book in public for fear of people catching glimpses over my shoulder and wondering...). Fifty Shades also explores the roles of dominance and submission - both in the bedroom and outside it. I found these paragraphs the most difficult to accept due to Ana's swinging from one extreme to the other, depending on the proximity of Mr Grey.
The basis for a gripping story is there and it was a shame to see such potential wasted. The characters were not developed properly and I often felt that their actions were in direct contrast to the way they were portrayed. I feel that the next two books in the trilogy will merely be rehashed versions of this one and at the end, I'll wonder why it took James three books to tell Ana's tale. So whilst I'd like to know what happens, purely out of curiosity, it's not strong enough to make me willingly suffer through more disjointed, mismatched writing that often left me feeling confused and cringing.
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