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I don't normally give such negative reviews and I try to say something positive, something that I liked, but I have found it hard for this book. But, I know alot of people, including my friends have loved it and would gleefully takes Ana's place if they could By now, I'm not entirely sure what to say about this book. Aside from now Ana and Christian are now married, travel to fantastic places for their honeymoon and someone is still trying to do both of them harm, not much has changed.
I'm really tired of Christian's over-protectiveness, fast. It's beyond annoying and he's no where near as sexy now as I thought he was in the beginning. I can't understand why anyone would think Christian's behavior is sexy.
He By now, I'm not entirely sure what to say about this book. Hell yes. Not unless you like to be told what to do, when to do it, how to do, even have it done for you - ALL. Nothing gets resolved, Christian is still overbearing, and Ana still takes it. In many different ways, but even that gets really old. I was ready to give up and didn't care what happened to anyone in the story at all.
I guess it's a good thing I didn't. The last quarter of the book was really good, I mean like different book good. Stuff happens, change of pace, even change of characters! It's like Ana and Christian finally become the terrific couple we thought they could become in the first book. I won't give too much away, but Christian becomes likable again, and Ana tolerable.
This really should have been just one book, and only one! But the author, editors and publishers must have gotten greedy or lazy. Or both, I'm gonna go with both. No excuse for it, especially for a first time author. A few words here and there that totally take me out of the story During a sex scene, Ana runs her hands across Christian's clavicles. Because that sounds erotic as hell.
Shoulder blades too common for you? Several times I caught myself trying to figure out the choreography Her back is to him, he's touching her in all the right places and she's admiring his boyish grin, or something along those lines.
No mirror in the room, no mention of her turning around, but she can see his mouth? Bad choreography, bad editing. And I'm not sure what they're called, but those weird boxes that show up in the middle of words, when you know it's a software thing, a comma or apostrophe didn't translate or something - plenty of those here.
And I understand re-using certain words and phrases throughout a book, it can drive a point home, reconnect you with a certain feeling the author wants to convey, even be funny or sweet, reveal something. Once or twice, I'm not going to complain. Hell, I may not even notice! Twenty million times across 3 way too long books, I'm gonna be bored, angry you're wasting so much time and space on inane words, and just plain sick of it.
Fair point well made. Twitching palms. Oh, my Fifty, Fifty, Fifty! My poor lost boy! Laters, baby. Your Mrs. My control freak. You don't eat enough. Don't bite your bottom lip. You're mine. He's really mad. There's tons more, but I think you can get the point. Also, this still feels a lot like fan fiction. This book really reminds me Breaking Dawn , in that like Bella, Ana really and finally comes into her own and takes some control in her life. They both save the day at the ends of their books, rescuing all they love, no longer needing the men in their lives to save them.
Even though the men still want too. If you've read the first two, and are feeling a little tired of all the junk, skim this one until the last quarter. You won't miss too much, but the end brings the series to a better than expected close.
And it won't take you forever and a week to finish it. If you've not read any of the books yet, don't. Or at least borrow them. Really, there is better stuff out there, don't rush. View all 68 comments. I received this to review from the publisher so I'll be spending my night with Fifty! Oh Fifty! What happened to you? You are a changed, changed man and I don't I like it one bit!
What happened to the domineering, authoritative, bossy, I-don't-take-no-for-an-answer man we all fell in love with? The book starts out with Ana and Christian on their honeymoon. They spend three weeks jetting across Europe and wrapped in each others arms every chance they get. It's so beautiful too, the love they have for each other. Christian is determined to give Ana the rainbows and butterflies she wants Christian loves Ana probably more than life itself, yet she doubts it all the time.
It was starting to grate on my nerves how much she doubted it. It's so romantic how much he loves her, truly. Only if all the woman in the world could be loved the way Fifty loves Ana. We left off with someone after Christian and Ana, so there is a slight suspense to this read.
The time will come when we find out who it is and the reasoning behind it. What kind of marriage is that? I understand he wants to protect her and give her the world, but it gets to be a bit of a nuisance when he's withholding from her constantly.
Ana is still struggling with her insecurity. I will say she does better with it in the end. She manages to defy order after order Christian gives her, but I liked that she did. It made it fun and exciting. Ana becomes somewhat stubborn. She wants what she wants and that's it. While the romance is still hot and steamy I wanted more.
It just wasn't enough for me. I can say there are a few hot and erotic parts of this book that will forever be seared into my brain I am definitely ok with that! The problem I have is that I find it hard to believe, Christian, who needs to be so in control, can be ok without playing now. It was all he knew! Some who read this will say there is playing, but I would have to disagree with that.
Having Ana's hands tied up for literally a minute or two and a slap here and there can't possibly satisfy Christian's needs. But maybe that's why this book is called, Fifty Shades Freed. Because he is freed from his past sexual needs? You'll have to read it to find out Ana grows a spine and stands up to Christian. About time woman! It was definitely called for too, especially for what he does. Christian finally reveals to Ana what happened with Mrs.
Robinson when they first met. In the end, surprises and secrets await and they will leave the fans wanting more. Oh, and Ana calls red I was a little afraid to post a review for this book. There are some diehard Fifty fans out there. Please do not get discouraged with this review and rating. We all have different views. While I think it's only a three star read, you may think it's a five star read.
Unfortunately, I felt that this book didn't reach it's peak like the others. Just when I got excited about something new and suspenseful happening, it was taken care of right then and there, over with. There were some parts felt very rushed to me.
My only guess is that the author wasn't ready for all the hype that surrounded the first two books. So in an effort to give readers another story they were asking for, she put this book together in a haste, trying to make it better and over the top Again, my opinion. I believe readers will be very happy with this ending. I know I am. I wanted to give the book more than three stars because of the ending, but I didn't. I can't rate a book based on one certain part.
My rating is based on the whole book itself and that's why for the three stars. You will be ecstatic when you read it! I will always have a special place in my heart for The Fifty Shades Trilogy.
I do love them very much. The second book will always be my favorite and I'm sure I will be rereading them for many years to come. Who knows, I may like the third book even more the second time I read it.
Oh dear Lord I have just finished reading this and I can't stop laughing. At the end of the book there is an Author's Note that states that the author is fully aware that you cannot walk into an American Bank and demand to draw five million dollars. Oh my ever loving hell.
THAT is the part that you're apologizing for? I want to cry scream and throw things! These books make me feel like the world is irreversibly messed up.
And no - not because of the sex. Have all the kinky fun sex you want. But Oh dear Lord I have just finished reading this and I can't stop laughing.
Am I the only person who is not ok with that? You want me to believe that this successful man is "broken" himself because his mother was a "Crack whore" fuck you for constantly calling someone that just by the way - the constant reference to his mother as the crack whore pissed me off just as much as the shoddy workmanship and bullshit pretentious over-use of puffed up vocabulary did but I will NEVER accept that being broken is an acceptable reason to use people like toilet paper - something our supposedly irresistible Mr.
Grey even admits to. I'm sorry. All of this is fucked up. The writing is pathetic, superfluous and almost every second line in this series is redundant. Awesome - so a bunch of people read about kinky sex and now the riding crop and butt plug industry is booming. So happy you guys have all got your kink on. But please do NOT try and tell me that this is a "beautiful story". It just fucking isn't. The dynamic between these two people makes my teeth hurt. The idea that any woman would put up with being treated that way repulses me to no end.
And Ana herself is just a bloody idiot. Take away the good looks and the money and you're left with a creepy fucked up guy who should be in jail. You tell me he is all these wonderful things though give me no reason to believe you. Ana is supposedly this intelligent bookish person - and she narrated THIS load of crap?
You tell me she is strong? I'm sorry but I see no strength. All I see is a bunch of books where sometimes stuff almost happens but nothing ever really does. Oh yeah with a lot of sex in it. Whoopdie friggen doo. Go wild. Erotica is awesome and if nothing else it might help turn you on if your hubby can't get you excited any more.
But spare me the "it's such a touching story and we care about Ana and Christian" crap. I have a newsflash for you: You're not in love with Christian Grey you just seriously need to get laid by someone who knows what they're doing. And let me tell you something else: End of story. On a daily basis. Twice daily even. I don't care how clean that man's penis is you still need to look after your vag!
I have about a million other things to say but I'm actually too exhausted to even start going there View all 39 comments. Profound relief that I've finally finished this book. Dear God it was about pages too long. I swear, I thought it was never going to end. On and on and on and on I just can't describe it. And then, just when I thought it was over Ana and Christian frolicking in a meadow with their son, while she pregnant with their daughter.
But it's not a short epilogue. Oh no. It comes complete with a Flashback. Oh no! Poor Ana had a scary labor and delivery! But i Relief. But it doesn't end there. No, you get re-read the first chapter of Fifty Shades of Grey I hate him! I know everyone else luuuurves this guy, but Does nobody else notice this?!
I get that he's had an awful childhood for the first 4 years of his life , but he is beyond wacky! And Ana's reactions to his idiocy pissed me off even worse. He doesn't want her to drive a jet ski , because it's too dangerous.
Are you serious? A fucking jet ski?! Oh, but defiant Ana does it anyway. You go, girl! Get your ass on that big scary jet ski!
Of course the entire time she's worried that she's made him mad. Then, to add insult to injury, he agrees to let her drive after her initial unapproved ride.
And she wrecks. Well, as much as you can wreck on a jet ski. She basically falls off And yet, you would think she hit a wall at 90 miles an hour, for all of the blubbering and scowling Christian does. So, in other words, Christian was right. Poor little Ana shouldn't have driven the incredibly dangerous jet ski. And, naturally, Ana simpers and rushes to comfort the crazy bastard. It was like that for the entire book!
Ana, you deliberately disobeyed me, by leaving the house to have drinks with your friend. He looks so angry He looks so lost and childlike.
I guess that now would be a terrible time to tell him that I want to keep my maiden name at work! He's just so scared! I shouldn't do things to upset him. My poor, dear, lost, Fifty! In case you were wondering, she doesn't keep her maiden name at her job. Poor Fifty couldn't take the stress. Everyone must know that you are mine, Ana! If the damn animal bites you, stop petting it, Ana! I kept thinking I would reserve judgment of her reactions, because maybe the author was going to have her go into therapy at the end of the book.
But she didn't. No, apparently coddling a possessive stalker is the right way to deal with things. It's one big Happily Ever After for those two! I especially enjoyed the visual of him flogging her while she was pregnant, and commenting on how much he would miss the taste of breast milk.
Fifty Shades of Annoying It was cute on your wedding day. After plus pages It's Christian's favorite word, and he must have said it times. If you haven't read the book, then you probably can't understand how much one word could grate on your nerves.
Ana, we must go. You must eat.
You must be tired. Follow my creepy ass to the bedroom. You cannot think for yourself. I will smirk and grin if you go with me. Nothing happens to her. At the very least Grace should have taken a hit on on her.
Sorry, but if I found out a family friend had screwed one of my teenagers Run, Bitch! I was perversely delighted to find out that her ex-husband had broken a few of her bones when he found out about he affair with Christian.
In fact, my inner goddess did a somersault I can feel him hard against my behind. I can't imagine any guy who still has his nuts spouting that crap. This book sucked. The End View all 48 comments.
The sewer system. Looking at the other reviews here for the continuation of what can only be called the word-like remnants of a loose bowel movement that doesn't even have the decency to be original fiction only further confirms that the world is ready for the zombie apocalypse.
Or an apocalypse of any kind, really. My review for the first "book" is applicable here as well, though as far as I'm aware this "book" picks up past where my summary ended.
I'm still unsure of how it is possible, but the story nose dived Looking at the other reviews here for the continuation of what can only be called the word-like remnants of a loose bowel movement that doesn't even have the decency to be original fiction only further confirms that the world is ready for the zombie apocalypse.
I'm still unsure of how it is possible, but the story nose dived even further and became flat out disturbing and impossible to even skim through — even for the lulz. Placed in the comments.
My God. Thank you ONTD for the nightmare inducing spoiler excerpts from this fic. Yeah, not horrifying or creepy. At all. But you all enjoy. My Fifty Shades of Grey review. My Fifty Shades Darker review.
My review of the Bundle. It includes some important points I didn't include in these reviews. Every adult on the planet: I just absolutely love all 3 books in this trilogy.
I love them so much that not only do I have all 3 books on my Kindle but as soon as I finished reading Fifty Shades Freed earlier today I went online and ordered all 3 in paperback. The kind of books that put you on an emotional rollercoaster ride while transporting you to a different world. I was hooked from the very beginning and totally fell in love with Christian Grey and his fifty shades of fucked-up.
I also love the chemistry between Christian and Ana and the journey they went on together as a couple and by themselves. I loved how their relationship evolved from being based on kinky fuckery mind blowing sex to unconditional, take your breath away, gut wrenching, passionate, soul stirring, true love.
I laughed out loud while reading these books and I also cried. A couple of things that I loved about the books and had me laughing out loud were the emails between Christian and Ana. When the emails first appeared in Shades of Grey I made the mistake of only reading the main body of the email and not the signature line. Once I caught on to what was going on, I had to go back to the first one and re-read them and ended up laughing some more. OMG, she was freaking hysterical.
Talk about your comic relief. I can totally see her having her own line of greeting cards based on her. That one time was when submissive Christian showed up. When I read that I literally gasped out loud. I found myself holding my breath as tears started streaming down my face silently begging Christian to get up, to move, to say something, do something Now for some shameless begging I need more of him. Three books are nowhere near enough to write about him.
Please you have to write some more.
As long as they have Christian and his fifty shades of fucked - upness and kinky fuckery …Then all will be right in universe. View all 19 comments. So bittersweet that it had to end, but Christian and Ana deserve their happily ever after. God knows they worked hard for it! IF you have not read the first two books in this series you really need to, to understand this book. They all go together and should be read in order.
Which was very sweet. We also get a flashback of Christian when he was four and get to see what it was like the days after his mother killed herself until he is found laying next to her dead body , and it broke my heart! Poor lil four year old Fifty! I poke him with my elbow. Grey, you wound me. He slaps my behind, making me yelp. And later I'll show you how wimpy I can be. Which made him feel more human.
He isn't a instant fix and he is still healing. He is still everything that makes him Christian Grey sexy, bossy, kinky, fucked up control freak, who is trying real hard to let go, and better himself. Christian has a very sweet and romantic side too.
He can be very cute and playful and when he is, it just makes the book! You left me once before. I know how that feels. He snorts and shakes his head with mock disgust. Losing Christian. Stop now. This subject is closed, Ana. We're not discussing it any more.
No prenup. Not now - not ever. Ana was great in this book. She was strong and sassy, sweet and bold, but she did have a few moments that I was like Huh?
Moments in which I feel she should have tore into him a little more , fought a little harder , but if she came out the gate kicking ass and taking no prisoners I don't think she would be the real Ana.
I love how she starts to really get some confidence in herself in this book and in her relationship with Christian! But I'm sure we'll be fine as long as you keep your hands off my husband.
I will always be yours, husband of mine. Now, I think you're wearing too many clothes. Between each kiss he murmurs, "I. Grey, you have a dirty, dirty mouth.
James Really started dropping bombs, and I was freaking out , doing a little happy dance, fighting tears, and wanting to shake Christian, then forgiving him, wanting to shake Ana , then fighting tears again, AND the End OMG the epilogue!!!!!
I Freakin loved the epilogue it made the whole damn book for me!!!!! Totally heartwarming. Sorry for everything. Just wake up. I miss you. I love you I know it's not for everyone, but I truly enjoyed all three books. I will end this review with Christian and Ana's wedding vows which are just beautiful! He freezes. His only movement is to open wide his fathomless eyes and gaze at me as I continue my wedding vows.
He watches me, his lips parted, but says nothing. He strokes my face with the back of his knuckles. I will protect you, trust you, and respect you. I will share your joys and sorrows and comfort you in times of need.
I promise to cherish you and uphold your hopes and dreams and keep you safe at my side. All that is mine is now yours. I give you my hand, my heart, and my love from this moment on for as long as we both shall live. View all 36 comments. Books are supposed to make you feel richer, yet I feel as though I have lost things. A good deal of my sanity, a fair number of brain cells, and whatever I had left of my dignity.
All gone. How this trilogy has managed to outsell pretty much everything is beyond me.
This story is ridiculous. There is zero plot apart from the repulsive and repetitive sex. When Elena realizes that Christian sees Ana as a girlfriend and not a submissive, she becomes antagonistic towards Ana, trying to sow discord in the budding relationship.
Meanwhile, Ana is stalked at work by a disturbed Leila Williams, one of Christian's former submissives, a situation made more intense when Ana learns Leila has a gun. Leila's obsession with Christian and Ana began after she left her husband four months before, leading to a mental breakdown. Leila breaks into Ana's apartment and threatens her at gunpoint. Ana confronts Christian about Leila. Fearing Ana is leaving him again, Christian impulsively puts out his marriage proposal.
Ana does not answer, claiming she needs time to consider it. Ana becomes worried on the night before Christian's 28th birthday when he goes missing flying from Portland to Seattle in his helicopter with Ros Bailey. However, he eventually makes it back to Escala safely, explaining that both the helicopter's engines failed; sabotage is suspected.
Ana realizes she never wants to be without him and accepts his marriage proposal. The next day, the Grey family throws Christian a large birthday party at their mansion.
After Christian and Ana announce their engagement, Elena angrily confronts Ana, accusing her of being a gold-digger and claiming that a vanilla relationship will never satisfy Christian. Enraged, Ana throws her drink at Elena and tells her to mind her own business. As they fight, Christian comes in and confronts Elena.
He reminds her that while she taught him how to take control of his own life, Elena never once taught him to love like Ana did. Christian's adoptive mother, Grace, overhears the argument and is furious that Elena preyed on her teenage son.
After slapping her across the face, Grace rails on Elena for her actions and orders her out of her family's life for good. She leaves in disgrace and Grace confronts Christian about it. After telling Grace the whole story, he decides to end his business relationship with Elena and give back the salon to her. Christian takes Ana to the boathouse, which has been decorated with flowers and soft lights. He proposes properly with a ring and Ana accepts.
Outside the Greys' mansion, Jack Hyde secretly watches the party; he is the one who sabotaged Christian's helicopter and he has sworn revenge.
The novel reached No. In March , the producer for the eponymous film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey , Dana Brunetti , had said there were, as of then, no solid plans to make a sequel. Before the first film premiered, there was still high anticipation from fans for the sequel to the film. After the first film premiered at a special fan screening in New York City on 6 February , director Sam Taylor-Johnson confirmed two sequels to be succeeded after the first film, with Fifty Shades Darker to be released in The film is scheduled to be released on 10 February From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This article is about the novel. For the film, see Fifty Shades Darker film. Anastasia "Ana" Rose Steele: Christian Grey: Jason Taylor: Christian's bodyguard and the head of Christian's security team.
Luke Sawyer: Bodyguard in charge of Ana's protection. Elena Lincoln: Christian's longtime friend and business partner.
She is described as a tall, elegant, sexy, regal platinum blonde and appears to be in her late 30s or early 40s. Later, Ana wakes to find herself in Christian's hotel room, where he scolds her for not taking proper care of herself.
Christian then reveals that he would like to have sex with her. He initially says that Ana will first have to fill in paperwork, but later goes back on this statement after making out with her in the elevator.
Ana goes on a date with Christian, on which he takes her in his helicopter, Charlie Tango, to his apartment. Once there, Christian insists that she sign a non-disclosure agreement forbidding her from discussing anything they do together, which Ana agrees to sign. He also mentions other paperwork, but first takes her to his playroom full of BDSM toys and gear. There, Christian informs her that the second contract will be one of dominance and submission , and there will be no romantic relationship, only a sexual one.
The contract even forbids Ana from touching Christian or making eye contact with him. At this point, Christian realises that Ana is a virgin and takes her virginity without making her sign the contract. The following morning, Ana and Christian again have sex. His mother arrives moments after their sexual encounter and is surprised by the meeting, having previously thought Christian was homosexual , because he was never seen with a woman.
Christian and Ana plan to meet again, and he takes Ana home, where she discovers several job offers and admits to Kate that she and Christian had sex. Over the next few days, Ana receives several packages from Christian. She and Christian email each other, with Ana teasing him and refusing to honour parts of the contract, such as only eating foods from a specific list.
Ana later meets with Christian to discuss the contract and becomes overwhelmed by the potential BDSM arrangement and the potential of having a sexual relationship with Christian that is not romantic in nature.
Because of these feelings, Ana runs away from Christian and does not see him again until her college graduation, where he is a guest speaker. Ana and Christian once again meet to further discuss the contract, and they go over Ana's hard and soft limits.
Christian spanks Ana for the first time, and the experience leaves her both enticed and slightly confused. This confusion is exacerbated by Christian's lavish gifts and the fact that he brings her to meet his family. The two continue with the arrangement without Ana's having yet signed the contract.