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If you're looking for a book about a borderline abusive relationship with boring and repetitive sex scenes, this is definitely the series for you.
This entire series was a waste of time. The characters in this book suck. They portray BDSM in an unhealthy and unsafe way. The book is poorly written and uses poor grammar. The bursts of action are very short and the characters immediately go back to having sex. I also don't see how the sex scenes turned so many people on, because they were so unlikely and unrealistic.
Fifty Shades Freed finished the story off brilliantly. In this book, you really explore even further into how the relationship between Christian and Ana develops. You are able to see that they are so in love, yet they still have a huge amount to learn and share about one another. I understand that these books might not be everyone's cup of tea, but if you strip everything back, what you have is a wonderful and completely absorbing love story. What could be better than that?
Fifty Shades Freed is the third and final book in the Fifty Shades Trilogy by E.L James. It continues to explore the relationship between Chrisitan and Ana and overall is a good read that ties up the series pretty well. If you read the other two and want to know how it ends, I suggest getting this one. However, if you know that the writing style and Ana's inner goddess are going to drive you crazy, then maybe you should pass on this.
The book, overall, was a roller coaster of emotions - from the relationship and everyday lives of the characters to the problems and decisions they ultimately had to face in the end. There are 2 major conflicts that arise and that are resolved. It was very exciting with a touch of more thrilling sex to a deepness of trust that lead to final decisions. This was certainly worth the time, and there was nothing disappointing about the ending.
I went into this book wondering what all the fuss was about, and discovered that it was not a disappointment. I guarantee that you'll love this book.
All in all, this book is great if you want a quick read about a couple that loves each other and has major obstacles to overcome.
If you've already read the first two, you might as well finish reading the series. 50 Shades Freed is no worse than the first two, and the sex scenes are more realistic. The plot is a "mystery" plot, and it's not very orginal, but it reads quickly. Overall, I was not overly impressed, and don't think I'll ever reread them, but I'm no worse off for reading them.
Overall I think this is a great and perfect ending to a perfect trilogy. Well, at least in my opinion, so please don't eat me alive for liking this book. I'm a sucker for cheesy books as you can see, but what can you expect from a Twilight fein? It's a great book, especially if you don’t have anything else to do. If you’re anything like me, you won’t be able to put it down once you get started. It's worth every penny I spent on all 3 books and I'm hoping they don't ruin the upcoming movie.
From all the reviews I've read , I still wanted to get the book myself. This was one of E. L. James first books, so it wasn't that great but it was a good piece. The scenes aren't something a more advanced person would do on a daily basis, but more of a beginner will like this book and pick up some ideas.
The last book in the 50 Shades of Grey series really depicts at its heart a fundamentally flawed and abusive relationship and refuses to detangle these shortcomings from the sexual practices of the couple. Making for a frustrating and disheartening read.
To me this last book is more about Gray and Ana coming together as one. They test each other and how far they are willing to go for each other. The tug and pull of this relationship is tested to the point you think it is all over. But a family crisis or two can bring anyone back together. Maybe even closer for some. I wonder if their happily ever after will happen or continue on into another book.
If you've already read the first two books, you can expect the same kind of writing in this one. Just be prepared for the skipping of things that are important.
This is a good book. It is part of a trilogy and you really need to read book 1 and 2 in order to understand everything that is going on. I like a book that ends the way I want it too.
Fifty Shades Freed is just a whole lot of fluff and filler with very little climax. It is long and drawn out and is the same ole' same ole'. Christian is a little less screwed up. Ana is a little more screwed up. Everything that we already knew would happen, does. So there aren't any surprises and it was just as repetitive and annoying as the first two books.
Assuming you've read books one and two, if you're interested in this book, my recommendation is, move on. This is the same story and same scenes you've already read just with a different cover. Still hot, but frustratingly repetitive.
If you're into reading about dumb girls, and their abusive boyfriends try this book out. The third book of the Fifty Shades trilogy is by far the worst of the three. It took me ages to finally finish, and I've never been so happy to be done with a book.
I did fall for the "Fifty Shades" craze, reading the books were bittersweet. The sex was interesting at first, but turned boring quickly because of the repetition.
This book was much slower reading than the other two. It had little to encourage me to keep reading. In order to finish the Fifty Shades of Gray story you need to read it.
**possible spoilers** If you have read the first two books of the Fifty Shades Trilogy this book is not only better in comparison to the other two, but it also answers some questions that were left unanswered in the first two books. I wouldn't read the first two books without reading the last one. It makes the first two books better knowing how some things were tied together.
I did not like this book at all. Ok, I did a little just because of the story of the couple. The sex is not what I thought it would be (like I've said in all the reviews) and things kind of just go spiraling out of control in a sense. I would recommend reading though, just so you can see for yourself just how big of mess this last book seems.
If you have read the first two, this is a MUST READ. You get to see more of the first shades of Mr. Grey and the drama of he and Ana's lives. And, it does not lack any smut!
I finished the series of books, but wish I would not have wasted the time. If you are looking for a true erotica or bdsm book keep looking. While this book touches on both topics it does not do them justice.
You have read the first two books now you have to read the amazing third book of the Fifty Shades series! E.L. James has outdone themselves with this gem. I didn't think she could do it but she topped the cheesy goodness that is Fifty Shades of Grey and Fifty Shades Darker with the great conclusion Fifty Shades Freed. This book is the must read of the summer for how amazingly bad it is.
50 Shades Freed was a great ending to the 50 shades trilogy. Other hopeless romantics won't be disappointed. Ana is finally able to make a break through with Christian and he finally comes to terms with his past and his new future. Overall, the books are a great read for vanilla couples and was a good way to introduce new ideas as long as you keep an open mind that this is fiction, just one portrayal of how a BDSM relationship started and how love helped it to become healthy.
For those that have made it to the third book in this trilogy, it is a must read. For someone just picking up the series, I would suggest trying the first two books first because there are elements to the plot and characters that would not be understood without the context of the first two volumes. The sex scenes remain very strong and erotic, though the writing style can grate on you at times. However, if you've made it to the third book you will want to know how it ends.
I just really hate how repetitive this trilogy is. It's like every page has the same thing on it, not even worded different.