Becca's narration was superb.
Becca brings the story to life. She does all the characters voices so well. Great job
Anna. She sounds like a really nice, easy going person. As long as Christian was in another country!
I'm not a great consumer of trashy mags but sometimes it answers some primal needs, just like this trilogy. It has all the ingredients - the dark brooding male who needs some saving, the innocent heroine...throw in some sex and you have the makings of a best selling trilogy
The initial "blase teen" imitation of the heroine was OTT and made me cringe.
All the sulky teen Cinderella parts.
Best enjoyed while slightly tipsy. Not for the sober reader looking for something with substance.
Ladies looking to loose themself in a different life style fantasy and get cheep thrills.
write it better
Maybe a different narrator, but I did not rate the book either.
No, probably just the author
Maybe with two narrators. Male and female
Did not listen to enough of it to answer this question
I tried returning this book but the system would not let me. I then emailed about it and I did not get a reply. I was disapointed in the pour customer service.
It was Funny, Erotic, Captivating and absolutely fantastic! I could not stop listening, It was never predicable...
Implausible characters mixed into a predictable storyline. It really took some effort to get myself to finish this audio book.
Finally I just couldn't get past the ‘violence to women fantasy’ disguised as S&M. It just made me so angry...
“Christian Grey is just a controlling, unpleasant man whom, even 30 years ago, no sane heroine would ever have married, however Holy-hell-sh*t-I-can't-breathe hot he was.” - Zoe William - the Guardian. I TOTALLY AGREE!
So what happens in book two and three? Who cares... (Ok I must admit I went to search for ‘spoilers’/summaries of the next two books on the web just to confirm my suspicions... :-))
This narrator’s portrayal of male voices was just agonizing and I tend to think that some of my issues with the credibility of the characters might have to do with the fact that she gives emphasis to the wrong words. (She has a good voice though.)
Can't answer this as the voice was so irritating I bought the physical book instead
The voice was just too whiney. It hurt my ears
The story is weak at best and contains three adjectives that are repeated over and over again. What is most saddening is that young girls might actually believe all the rot about how unbelievably easy it is for woman to reach such “heights” so to speak, which will leave them feeling as lacking in their own abilities as E L James is lacking in her imagination!
The one and only reason I will get the next book is because I've heard the story gets better. It simply has to get better - it couldn't possibly get any worse!!
Nasal, whining and young.
No. Only peer pressure.
The narrator is really annoying at first with her nasally whining voice, but if you can manage to stick it out past the first few chapters you can tolerate it.
The storyline was predictable and boring as were the characters. Nothing could have made this a 4 star listen.
Nothing. It was the story that was boring
A boring, predicable storyline with steriotypical characters and spiced with kinky sex. Not worth your money or time