only thing, the way the narrator reads the emails is annoying and redundant...wish she found a different way to do so.
I love this book it and met all my expectations and I like the author reading very good with the motions made you feel like you were there in the story
Wow the book is mind blowing. Loved it. Narrator was great. At first having her man up her voice to speak up for male characters was a bit weird, and I wish they actually had. ale narrators foe it, but you get used to it.
Software engineer and avid, lifetime student. I like deep, thoughtful non-fiction, and fiction that compliments and enriches it.
I'm reading the 50 Shades trilogy out of shear morbid curiosity regarding the books' sales and buzz from a not-too-recently-banned subject matter .I'm not prejudiced about the explicit romance genre - I give VERY high praise to Richelle Meade's Succubus line of books - but the worst aspect of E.L. James' 50 shades line is the Stephanie Meyer (Twilight)-like quality of writing - such as the reuse (over and over) of cliché phrases and descriptions, as well as a fundamentally absent plot.
All in all, the only real value in the 50 Shades trilogy merely seems to be an improve ability to chit chat and denigrate the series in social settings...
The 50 shades movie is actually more enjoyable than the book ( even though they mostly track the book plots) simply because the movie can avoid the poor writing.
As much as I recommend the book and series, it is only as an example of bad writing, and at this point I sort of want to get my money back....
very very well read...I give the narrator an excellent review....and of course the book..who can resist reading the last one :)