When I first heard about Fifty Shades of Grey,I was instantly intrigued. A book, I heard, that had women in a whirlwind of excitement as they read through pages of erotic fiction that explored extreme sexual fantasies in such a graphic way that it was borderline porn. Naturally I went out [...]Read more ›
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I have recently indulged in some masochism. ‘What?!’ I hear you cry. Yes, it’s true; I’ve just finished reading Fifty Shades of Grey. Aside from awful character names, which I admit were so dreadful that they were fabulous (Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey), the writing was ungainly to say the [...]Read more ›
A very quick search tells me that the Fifty Shades trilogy has sold 31 million copies worldwide and holds the record for being the fastest-selling paperback of all time, even surpassing the iconic Harry Potter series. At least one person in every supermarket queue I’ve waited in recently has been clutching [...]Read more ›
The Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon is refusing to go away and well-read people of the world are still wondering why it ever got popular to begin with. Detailing the relationship of sweet, innocent, virgin Anastasia and dominant Christian Grey, the book has everyone suddenly obsessed with smut. At least, the non-internet [...]Read more ›
Until now, I’m not sure my Facebook news feed has ever exploded over a book. I love to read –L O V E to read. And so, when I first saw everyone chattering about Fifty Shades of Grey, I immediately ordered it off Amazon without doing any research at all – that’s [...]Read more ›
I know what you’re thinking and no, I haven’t read it yet. And I do mean ‘yet’ – the way people are reacting to the new trilogy, you’d have to be insane to pretend you weren’t the least tempted to flick through it. You know the book I’m talking about; [...]Read more ›
Fifty Shades of Grey is the first book in the Fifty Shades trilogy by E L James. It has sold over 20 million copies worldwide, became the New York Times’ #1 Best Erotic Seller and surpassed Harry Potter as the fastest-selling paperback of all time. It is a story surrounding the blossoming of [...]Read more ›