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Meet Fifty Shades Continued - Fifty Shades of Grey

4.18 of 5 stars 4.18  ·  rating details  ·  110 ratings  ·  13 reviews
Carrying on where E L James left off at the
end of
‘Fifty Shades Freed’
Recounting the love story between Anastasia
and Christian, as told by Christian himself.

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In Recognition of E L James
G E Griffin, recognizes that written matter published on this
work, with any inference to, Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades
Darker and Fifty Shades Freed, belongs to the true...more
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Published 2013 by Self Published (Blog Published)
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Shurrn
We read the 50 shades trilogy last summer as part of a book club. Upon completion, I remember all of us saying "Wouldn't it be great if E.L James rewrote the books from Christian's perspective?" I mean, let's face it... Christian is a WAY more interesting character than Anastasia. Even through the original series we learn more of Christian's background and motives than we ever learned about Ana. She was rather flat and boring in comparison. So a friend told me about GE Griffin, and how she had c...more
Rebecca
I really enjoyed reading the story from christian's prospective. He is a very confused guy and experiencing his internal struggles was really something. I actually cried. I couldn't help it. At the end when Ana left and he was standing on his balcony and then with Taylor and Gail. I loved it. It had it's flaws where the writing was concerned. But It was o.k with me.:)
Sarah
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it was interesting to read a version of Christian's POV
and it's what i have always wanted, his POV of events
i totally fangirled

but it wasn't "Christian" as in E L James
it was another writer, G. E, Griffin
and it didn't quite work as well.

E L James is a great Christian and this writer kind of missed him a little.

He felt colder where as E L James always made him seem swoon worthy even when he was in his dom role,

you could always feel he that loved Ana

where as this version felt more l...more
Sam
I started reading this Meet Fifty Fanfic when it came out and each chapter reels you in! GE does not disappoint, in may ways I actually enjoyed this MORE than FSoG. I loved getting to see all the tiny tidbits missed from FSoG. This is probably the best fanfic I have ever read and you should read it also!
Regina Tan
I've been always dreaming to know CG's point of view. This wasn't so Christian at first, but eventually, the narration grew to be just like him. ;) I am hoping to see similar work for Edward Cullen in the future. Is there someone who continued Midnight Sun for Stephenie Meyer? that would be as lovable as this. Thumbs up!
Abril Corvalan
ME gustó el libro, pero al comienzo me hizo sentir asco de Christian, lo sé me tendría que ayudar a entenderlo pero no pude. Las cosas que pensaba, entiendo que tuvo un pasado duro, pero igual estuve todo el tiempo pensado lo asqueroso que era y todos sus problemas, llegué a dudar de porque me gustaba tanto él. La cosa es que cuando Ana lo deja, y él espabila reconoce que tiene problemas, y lo que es mejor aún, intenta cambiar, en ese momento me doy cuenta de porque me gusta. Me ayudó a darme cu...more
E.M. Katherine
Lovely this fanfiction. It was amazing!!
Natalie
This was inside the head of Christian and it was written from his pov. Although this wasn't written by EL James, this is totally believable and I thinks if EL James wrote his POV it would not stray too far from these books. I enjoyed them.
Paul Miller
This is one of the worst novels I have ever read. There is much better intrigue, drama, and sex out there than this poorly written trash. I am so disappointed on so many levels that this is such a popular book. I will not be reading the other two.
Ana Graciela Melet Capodacqua
Me parece una buena adaptacion a los personajes pero no se, siento que christian es como mas insensible y pervertido de lo que E. L James lo imagino .. sin embargo es divertida y sexy creo que es capaz de cautivar al lector.
Evey
No.

No.

NO. NO. NO. NO. NO!

Nessa Nguyen
Where do I even find this book?
Alice Black
me gusto el libro y en como llena los vacios y espacios entre la trilogia
Florencia
Nov 09, 2013 Florencia marked it as nuh-uh  ·  review of another edition
Are you kidding me?
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