THE FIFTY SHADES TRILOGY by E.L James

August 26, 2013 Swan Creates 0 Comments

I kept hearing about this Fifty Shades of Grey book and I was intrigued enough to beg someone to borrow their copy of the book (the library doesn’t have a copy).  When my sister brought the first book home and I was so excited everybody was looking at me weirdly at home (LOL), but at last the excitement died when I started to read it, I thought it was a rip off of the Twilight book and I wanted to chuck it in the corner and sulk but I pressed on and I am glad I did.  I was waiting for Christian to get all sparkerly in the sunlight and what I got instead was like WHOAH.

This book is NOT your typical boy meets girl and falls in love, love story.  In my opinion Christian Grey had way more problems than what up-bringing suggested but hey, people develop differently from abusive background and I can’t judge and the good thing is, he got through all of his issues through the trilogy thanks to the help of Anastasia Steele.

When I finished the first book I made a surprised visit to my sister’s workplace to harass, I mean ask her co-worker to allow me to borrow the second book and I am so glad I did because after how the first one finish I was like seriously, it could not end this way and I was going crazy.  The second book had so many drama and “relations” in it that I screamed a dramatic NOOOOOOOOOOOOO when I finished it.

The third book I borrowed from the Librarian (from her own personal collection) and now that I have finished the Trilogy I feel empty, it’s always the journey that is the most exciting.


I don’t want to give too much away because I do not want to spoil the surprises installed in the book but here are some teasers, there are numbers involved with some revealing pictures, something nick named the “Red room of Pain”, Mrs. Robinson (<--BITCH) and when all the books are done the author gave us an inside to Christian side of the story which was way better than the original book, E.L James should have a special where she rewrites the book from Christian’s point of view, it would we way cool, so go out and buy the series, GO AND DO IT. 

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