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Fifty Shades Freed (Fifty Shades, Book 3) Kindle Edition
"In a class by itself."
—Entertainment Weekly --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
"In a class by itself." - Entertainment Weekly --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
- ASIN : B007IXWL2C
- Publisher : Bloom Books; Reprint edition (April 17, 2012)
- Publication date : April 17, 2012
- Language : English
- File size : 3721 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 554 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #15,225 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Drama drama drama. Over inane things. Over nothing. Drama and fighting and arguments that make no sense just so something exciting will happen in the story.
Christian Grey is a walking red flag, and fans only tolerate his abusive 'uwu poor tortured soul' personality because he's rich and hot.
Ana says it herself multiple times- how is she supposed to keep up with his mood swings?
And once again, every single problem they have is solved by sex and never mentioned again.
"I want to connect the way we know how."
"After all our arguing today, all the frustration- we still have this. We will always have this."
She's talking about sex. Sex is literally the only way they can actually communicate with one another.
Ana's catchphrase is 'please don't be angry with me." I swear she says it every chapter.
One of the most annoying things while reading this, besides god awful plot, is that the author seems to learn a new word shortly before sitting down to write and then uses it over and over and over...
Chaste. Sardonic. Replete.
It feels like the only resources she uses to write is a thesaurus and celebrity magazines.
I only read this so I could properly debate with fans over why it's trash, and I'm glad it's done. I can't believe this garbage is 1600 pages long.
I am glad we got to see a little more depth with Christian’s character. He was tested in many ways and although his response was not always the best it made me love him even more. I am just glad we finally dealt with that “Mrs. Robinson” problem because she was getting on my nerves! I do not understand how he did not see the problem with her. Between her and Hyde there is enough drama for a lifetime!
I could not put this book down. What was a great ending to a great trilogy. I cannot even tell you how many times I have read these books. No matter what anyone says I would start reading these books because you will enjoy it. One of my favorite series I have read!
I wasn't sure I would read the 2nd book after reading the first, but after watching the movies I wanted to see how they were different then the movies. I was a bit shocked at how some of the scenes in the movie were done compared to the books. And some were done better one that comes to mind is how things ended with Jack I liked the movie better with how it was presented, but the book as it gave more perspective with those involved.
The movies really dropped the ball with how they handled "Mrs. Robinson" she was much more involved then how the move let on. And they never even showed the relationship between the bodyguard and the housekeeper it really could have added more depth to the movies.
It would be nice to have a spin off with Kate and Elliott that could show what is going on with Ana and Christian.
I know there’s a great deal of talk about these books and many didn’t think that the characters were realistic, specifically Grey but it feels organic to me. Here is a man who comes from an abusive childhood and keeps everyone at arms length. He meets a girl that awakens something in him but can’t place it because it’s entirely new… So, yes I believe he couldn’t tell she was a virgin in spite of all of his sexual knowledge because his sexual knowledge was based on not knowing or caring about any of the submissives he had dealt with - barely human to him. Great story line, greatly hashed out character development for EVERY character, great voice, and great plot, in my humble opinion.