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Fifty Shades Freed: Book Three of the Fifty Shades Trilogy Paperback – Apr 17 2012

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  • Paperback: 592 pages
  • Publisher: Vintage; Reprint edition (April 17 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9780345803504
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345803504
  • ASIN: 0345803507
  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 2.6 x 20.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 408 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (189 customer reviews)
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"In a class by itself." 
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About the Author

E L James is a former TV executive, wife and mother of two based in West London. Since early childhood she dreamed of writing stories that readers would fall in love with, but put those dreams on hold to focus on her family and her career. She finally plucked up the courage to put pen to paper with her first novel, Fifty Shades of Grey.

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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Susan G on July 13 2012
Format: Paperback
The first book was okay, with some interesting aspects (including good sex scenes) that made up for the juvenile writing and even more juvenile characters. I made the mistake of buying the other two books right after finishing the first. The series is essentially based on the old fallacy that messed up guys can be "fixed" by the right woman. It's also chock full of romance cliches: virginal heroine, hot billionaire with dangerous secrets in his past, ridiculous threat to virginal heroine's life, etc. It's also full of Twilight-esque vomit-worthy writing: obsessive hero who violates boundaries and engages in controlling behaviour but it's okay because he does it out of love; constant misunderstandings based on each main characters' belief that they're not good enough for the other; everyone in love with the quiet, nerdy heroine. By the second book, any original aspects have disappeared, and by the third book the writing is so idiotic you'll lose respect for yourself for continuing to read them.

Do yourself a favour and read the Outlander series or a Song of Ice and Fire or anything but this garbage.
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By Mary S. Sentoza on June 27 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the last installment of the series and I am glad. I felt this was an abusive relationship, and Anna always worried Christian will be mad at her. It would be a better book if certain phrases weren't repeated so often. At times I felt annoyed with Anna. She said "oh my," so many times that I lost count. I honestly liked Kate much better than Anna and wished she was the main character. I wished Kate and other characters were mentioned more in the book. I found it quite boring without Kate, she added excitement to the story. Don't let me get started with Anna's jealously of Mrs. Robinson, and found it very tedious. Christian is very controlling, yet Anna does whatever he wants. The only parts in the books I liked was the fact it had excitement and at times wondered what would happen next. There was the wedding (Anna and Christian), Anna's ex-boss after her, Anna pregnant, and saving her sister in law were parts I enjoyed throughout the book. I can't believe they made it into a movie, I don't think it's that good. Yes, it draws you to the story, but I don't believe in that type of story. That's my opinion, anyways. I would not recommend this book, and wouldn't read it again. Very disappointing!
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Format: Kindle Edition
I made the terrible mistake of reading this entire series based on the reviews of some girls at work. This was a puke-worthy read. I felt like I was reading the Twilight series all over again (another crap-tastic series). Honestly, this book is TERRIBLE. I skimmed through the majority of it and still understood it, since really, it was essentially the same story over and over and over again through the ENTIRE book. Boy controls, girl gets angry, girl disregards husbands controlling ways, girl gets in trouble but in the end is the heroine and also magically can repair her abusive controlling husbands ways, they make up, and have some crazy sex - which coincidentally gets so repetitive throughout the book that its not even interesting after a while. It was essentially a bed romance novel. I cannot begin to explain the amount of gag like moments in this book....oh lord it was absolutely terrible. I get suckered into reading the NY times best sellers all the time and I never like them. This one included.
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By Buggy TOP 500 REVIEWER on Feb. 13 2013
Format: Paperback
Well I don't know what all the haters are on about but I loved this final book in the Fifty Shades trilogy. In fact for me each book just got better, with "Freed" becoming my favourite. Granted I had a few issues, like the constant Mr. Grey/Mrs. Grey every single time they addressed each other, which was all cute and newlywedish at first and then just proceeded to drive me crazy. But I still had trouble putting this one down; I am a total sucker when it comes to the tortured hero so I understood my falling for Christian but Ana surprised me and I came to appreciate her as she grew a backbone and learned how to handle her man and his many moods.

Plus there's an actual story here; I mean stuff happens other than in the playroom. We get car chases, assorted stalkers, blips, kidnappings, bar fights, car accidents, drunk Christian, out of control Christian, raging Christian, playful Christian, needy f'd up Christian it was just such an all-out emotional journey and managed to leave me shocked several times. I also found it fascinating to watch Christian lose control and for Ana take it, not what I was expecting but all his shades finally made sense.

Ana's hilarious inner goddess is still with us and I was happy to see the inclusion of more sexy, fun, playful or in this case argumentative e-mails as Ana tries to stand her ground against a very controlling and used to being in charge Christian. These things were part of what separated Fifty from the Twilight universe for me and also why James' writing grew on me since that first book which felt immature, you could really hear her voice here and I now can't wait to see what she writes next.
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