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Fifty Shades Freed by E.L. James
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Jun 01, 12

bookshelves: erotic-romantic-drama
Read from May 24 to 29, 2012

Finally all the pieces fall into place and so wonderfully, too. These three books have been the best I've read in quite some time. Some people will critique the usage of certain words being repetitive and other things within the context of the story being remedial but, I find the style of E.L. James' writing to be very direct, conversational and more the way people really think. None of us ever speaks perfect diction or are grammatically perfect at all times. So, writing should echo that and this does. I love Ana's "inner goddess" and her "oh mys". Ana is 100% real and has her own 50 shades. There were definitely some twists and turns that were unexpected in the third instalment. I also loved the extra bits at the end so we could see things from within Christian's mind. I'd love it if that were the tone of the next novel(s). I cannot for the life of me think why people would call this porn. This is far from porn in that it has real character development, plot lines and depth of emotion you would never see in porn. I would not even class it as soft porn. It is erotic, dramatic, comedic, passionate and romantic. I cannot wait for this to become a trio of well made films with hopefully Robert Pattinson as Christian Grey and Kristen Stewart as Anastasia Steele(Grey).
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05/27/2012 page 260
47.0% "So far so perfect!"
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