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    1. Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James

      Average customer review 4 out of 5 stars159 reviews

      The erotic romance everyone's talking about. Romantic, liberating and totally addictive, this novel will possess you, and stay with you forever. The first in the trilogy, you'll be gripped!

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      The erotic romance everyone's talking about. Romantic, liberating and totally addictive, this novel will possess you, and stay with you forever.

      As literature student Anastasia Steele interviews successful young entrepreneur Christian Grey for the student newspaper, she finds him attractive, enigmatic and intimidating. Convinced their meeting went badly, she tries to put Grey out of her mind - until he happens to turn up at the store where she works part-time.

      Ana, innocent and unworldly, is shocked to find herself desperate to get close to him. Unable to resist Ana's quiet beauty, wit, and independent spirit, Grey admits he wants her, too - but on his own terms.

      Shocked yet thrilled by Grey's erotic tastes, Ana hesitates. For all the trappings of success - his multinational businesses, his vast wealth, his loving family - Grey is a man tormented by demons and consumed by the need to control. When the couple embarks on a daring, passionately physical affair, Ana discovers Christian Grey's secrets and explores her own dark desires.

      The first instalment in the Fifty Shades trilogy by E L James, 50 Shades of Grey is erotic, romantic and totally addictive. The Fifty Shades Trilogy (Part II: Fifty Shades Darker and Part III: Fifty Shades Freed) is a tale of BDSM romance that will obsess you, possess you, and stay with you forever.

      514 pages.

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      • Author: E L James
      • Format: Paperback
      • Publisher: Arrow
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      Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James 159 4 out of 5 stars 4 out of 5

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      2. Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James

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    1. Exotic

      Reviewed: 31 July 2017 by Emilydb, a Straight Engaged Female

      I was such a sex novice before reading this book and even this book turned me on and want to try new things.

      This book will get most people's heart going and sexually aroused.

      Loved every moment of this book and I've read this book at least 9 times.

      I could read this book a few more times hopefully I won't get red while reading it in public, so people won't realise what I'm reading but still get that arousal.

    2. Overall Rating
      10 out of 10 stars
      Got me aroused
      I didn't like was the boat house scene
      Bottom line
      Great book to get some ideas to do in the bedroom
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    1. Naughty read that keeps you hooked

      Reviewed: 21 December 2015 by Xxangxx

      I really enjoyed reading this book. I have read it again and again.

      It definitely keeps you hooked. As I read through each chapter I needed to keep reading on as I came to the end of the book, and it kept you wanting more, to find out where and what was going to happen. That's when I had to buy the next book.

      The characters of Christian Grey and Ana are brilliant, very well portrayed. Two total different expectations in life.

    2. Overall Rating
      10 out of 10 stars
      The storyline kept you hooked.
      Bottom line
      A brilliant read, always keeps you wanting more.
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    1. 50 Shades of story

      Reviewed: 04 September 2015 by PirateQueen, a Bisexual Engaged Female

      I will warn you immediately - I am professionally biased in this review, so read on with trepidation... or not, lol, because that is one of the reasons why I love the 50 Shades books.

      I won't even touch on the controversy... in my experience, controversy can always be found everywhere, and there are very few cases out there where there is a good reason for it.

      So I'll just talk about this book and my own impressions, and not get into a crazy rant of any kind. :)

      Love it or hate it, I will say this for James - she did her homework on psychology. Grey (and Ana) are definitely people who are subject to their environment, their interaction, their own strengths and weaknesses, and for me, for all that there are some pretty dark moments in there, that is the main appeal of the book, because the characters are and remain highly realistic.

      (As I said, I am professionally biased here... :) ).

      To me, this trilogy is about love. About change, maladaptive responses being shifted because of someone you love, and the realisation that everything is ok (bondage included) insofar as both partners enjoy it. Ana does not sway Christian from using BSDM into perceived "normal". They're just a couple figuring out what they want and how far they feel comfortable going, and that under the burden of quite a lot of personal baggage. Neither is the bondage practised too extreme or too vanilla - what people often forget is just how personal this is. Sure - if you like to do very violent things to your partner or vice versa, or use very specific toys, everything else will be vanilla... but don't forget, there are couples who think that going for the girl on top is kinky, so don't waste time laughing at them, simply accept that that's how they feel, and live and let live.

      That's precisely what is so great about this book - the live and let live aspect is strongly there throughout the series.

      The first book, while somewhat dark in places, also doesn't go nearly as dark for me as the third... I'd say my personal fav is the second, because I am very uncomfortable with some aspects of the play for personal reasons (and that means I just skip along, lol).

      Tip - we used the sensory deprivation as in the book (without the fancy sound system, though :) ) and it was fabulous, I can't think of why we never got to that idea before!

      I also like James' style. Sure, it's a bit fanfiction (it was a fanfiction once, remember?), but it grows in time, and it definitely grows on the reader. I'm not a lover of first-person experience style... thus far, there have been only three writers who have made me like their work, and James is one of them.

      Is it slightly awkward? Well, Ana is the person speaking, and she IS awkward, about a lot of things.

      So I find it almost endearing.

      These are good books to read. I haven't read the newest book (Grey) yet, but I do hope she hasn't changed anything or taken him out of character, which can happen all too easily. I will definitely read it in the future, though... :)

      The first book is a book of learning to know each other. And the film just doesn't do it justice. Not for me, anyway, or my partner. What I really love is the ending, with Ana realising she can't try that far, and leaving... just to realise that they need to figure things out a different way (as does Grey). I think everyone can find a bit of something to like in this series, so I ask you to read it, without bias, and make your opinion then. I was sceptical at first too... but then I loved them. :)

    2. Overall Rating
      10 out of 10 stars
      The story
      I skimmed some of the scenes for personal reasons
      Bottom line
      A brilliant read
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