Seriously, I have read FanFiction that had more integrity, thought, and plot. The narrator was, without a doubt, the very worst choice ever to have been selected, and left me, for the most part, laughing until I cried. I have never NOT finished a book from audible before this sorry selection, but discovered, by chapter nine, a complete lack of interest in continuing further. My best suggestion is this: If you are looking for erotica, that which is less overtly sophomoric, with a bit more substance, try Anne Rice.
I read it while I drive to and from my campus. Great way to experience a book.
The endings of these books are such cliff hangers! I'm about to purchase the third now
I adore these books and the love between these two love birds!
I did like this book. Maybe a little more than the first. There were only a couple of things that were annoying. The book's literature is still annoying. It repeats many of the expressions Ana has like here "inner goddess" "oh myyyyyy" "how erotic" etc. Ana also gets wayyyyyyyy more annoying. She tries to "stand up for herself" but she does it at the wrong time. She does it when Christian has already given her an explanation on why not to do it but does it anyways. Which steer some consequences or drama into the story. It is like a child defying their parents when the parents know something is wrong or bad might happen.
The good thing about this book is that it does have drama and you do see a coming to age I guess is what you would call it toward Christian. Another great thing about this book is it picks up where the first book left off. So in the beginning of the book you are aware and not distorted. The drama gets pretty interesting but the book is pretty predictable. What you think might happen next is more than likely going to happen.
The performance was okay not the best but not the worst. Her accents are pretty bad but when I was picturing the book at least I altered their voices so it didn't affect me too much.
Other than that I couldn't put the book down. I wanted to know what was happening even though I wanted to slap Ana.
Everything... after the first book i was hooked. couldn't just give up on it, fell in love with the story behind the sex... soo many ups and downs. couldn't have been better
Naughty.. hot.. perfect
Elevator red room who can really say one here
Ca t wait for movie but all should read... I want more Christian grey
Fifty shades trilogy is the first book series i've ever read in audible.com I have no comparison
As far as i know, she only writes these 3 books.
I love Becca's chirstian's tone. It's exactly how i would picture christian's tone.Dislike:THE SEX PART. It gets old really quick! She repeats the same tone in almost every sex. Oh my, kisses my inner thighs, same wheeze and sigh. And honestly, it's too slow, my ear hurts
Seriously, can a novel has too much sex? Too much unimportant description? Regrettably, i have to say my brain burns because of this. I was very excited when I read the first novel. I get crazy very quickly. HOWEVER, the sex gets old! Just in my humble opinion, Erika uses too much description for something that has been repeated a thousand times. For example, when Christian started to kiss her again for the zillion times, she needs to describe how it feels ALL OVER AGAIN, with similar word choices that is burning in my ears.
Okay, i believe some of you would feel the same. Sorry for grammar errors
A new reader
NO! Absolutely NOT!!!!!
The book? or the reader? If it's the book then, I was all over the place good to bad
Please, please, please, N E V E R, E V E R let another good book go to waste with a bored reader!!!!!
Again... it is very hard to say, it was completed all in one go. Could not stop listening.
She is just the best narrator! I will look forward to listen her other performances.
No. This book could've been cut from the series and not been missed much at all. The plot line was weak. The sex scenes were frequent and a bit over the top. I spent most of this book wanting to slap the hell out of the heroine. I realize the character is young, but GAWD, does she have to be so whiney????? The only repreive to this book was the last chapter. Although it really didn't fit into the rest of the book at all. I was left wondering if it had downloaded properly. Had to check the hardback version to be sure. I loved the first book. It was the only reason I was able to get through this one and also the promise from friends that the third book had many more redeeming qualities. My honest yet humble opinion, read the first and last chapter of this one then just move on to book 3, 50 Shades Freed.
Yes, I enjoyed 50 Shades of Grey and 50 Shades Freed quite a bit.
I didn't care for her at first, but she grew on me. Her performance got better with each book.
Not at all. I think the author must've had some serious sexual issues going on while writing this. Not sure if she was over sexed or not getting enough, but either way, it showed in this book.
For all that the writing is a bit childish, it has it's moments of bizarre fascination. Becca Battoe's voice really highlights all that is wrong with the book, so that's a negative. On the positive side, there is something engrossing about watching these two characters come together despite themselves.