Fifty Shades of Grey is an erotic romance novel written by a British author named E.L James.
I grab and read these books (bought it as a box set) not because it is erotic (perhaps a little) or used as a sexual manual. NO.NO.NO.
This book was criticized and sued by many Twilight fans because the story was actually based from Stephenie Meyer’s: Twilight saga. In short, Fifty Shades is a just mere fanfiction.
I, myself is a TwiFan and do notice the similarity of the books from Twilight.
I’ve finished the first one which is Fifty Shades of Grey and nearly halfway on Fifty Shades Darker.
Loving the book because of Christian and Anastasia’s love for each other that they felt for such less time. Christian Grey’s past is very intriguing that made me do what-if’s and what-was queries inside my head. Though I don’t really like the bondage and pain thing. It’s kinda traumatic and perhaps unrealistic at the same time.
Have seen blogs and videos regarding how these books influenced women to open their minds and hearts for BDSM. Ugh! Seriously?!
I just really can’t take too much sex scenarios of these books but I can’t even put them down or skip the icky things when I’m reading them. Telling myself to and fro to open my mind to this things even though they really are too lascivious.
I also notice that E.L James do repeat words and expressions on every chapters/ pages of the books like: frown, sardonic, palpable and so on and so forth.
I do recommend Fifty Shades of Grey for 18+ readers and romance/erotic lovers.
I just wished that bookstores will keep this book away to teenage girls.NO TO TOO MUCH CURIOSITY. Government can’t really mend nor help big population