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Romantic, liberating and totally addictive, the Fifty Shades trilogy will obsess you, possess you and stay with you forever.
When Ana Steele first encountered the driven, damaged entrepreneur Christian Grey, it sparked a sensual affair that changed both their lives irrevocably. Ana always knew that loving her Fifty Shades would not be easy, and being together poses challenges neither of them had anticipated. Ana must learn to share Grey's opulent lifestyle without sacrificing her own integrity or independence; and Grey must overcome his compulsion to control and lay to rest the horrors that still haunt him.
Now, finally together, they have love, passion, intimacy, wealth, and a world of infinite possibilities. But just when it seems that they really do have it all, tragedy and fate combine to make Ana's worst nightmares come true....
©2012 E L James (P)2012 Random House Audiobooks
disappointed, i am not one to stop a book, i just couldn't finish this.............inner goddess or not, it was NOT doing a ma range...........even with music
Knowing that Ana was able to bring her '50 Shades' into the light. I had been told that I would need to read all three books to fully understand the story of Ana and Christian and even though it was hard going sometimes I was really pleased that I persisted and read to the end.
I really enjoyed the last two chapters when we heard Christians first impressions of Ana - she had him from the start. He was so arrogant - but with this coming at the end of the book it was great to know just how Christian ticked.
I have also read the book and I think Becca was able to give the characters more definition.
Strangely enough it was the third last chapter when four year old Christian speaks (in his mind) about what life with his new family means to him. Unfortunately this is fiction imitating life. I felt so sad for this little boy who had endured so much.
It is probably one of those stories you only need to listen to once, although my partner is now listening to it in the car and I admit I am getting a lot more out of it second time round.
Finally Ms James has seemingly got bored with all the sex and started to concentrate on the story and the journey. In this book we now are allowed to let our imaginations work a little as to what happens 'in between' sundown and sun up.
I suspect perhaps her editor may have had a hand in it.
The narrator turn what would otherwise read as a fairly trashy sleazy story into a genuine love story that you do become interested in. She really does an incredible job of letting the listener believe it is Ana and Christian talking to one another.
No that is the appropriate title.
It was good to have a completion and understanding of reasons behind 'Fifty'
finalisation of most issues
She was good but I always prefer different voices for different character
I've listened to this trilogy many times and get something new out of it every time.
The love was uppermost in Christian and Ana then the great sex came second.
She bought the characters alive.
A love story with "more".
Can't wait for the film. Just hope that the film makers keep it true to the books.
I was keen to continue the story but it started to be repetitive
I did enjoy this, the third book of the series . However I found the story a little predictable
& the ending was not satisfying at all. The author seemed to wind up the story out of the blue & left me with many questions. I felt as though there should have been one more book to Finnish the story properly.
After book two I really didn't know where this story could go and I have to say I really didn't expect where this book took me. However once again the interaction between Christian and Anastasia was excellent. The kidnapping scene was resolved a little easily for me however once again an excellent read.
Again Becca Battoe handled the performance very well and made it easy to listen too.
Overall and excellent series of books that I will continue to enjoy listening too in the years to come.
Much better than having to read it
there was never a moment I wanted to turn it of
she is so easy to listen to
it is good the way it is ...nothing to change
I am on the last of it.....I will be sad when it finishes..... Hope there is more to come
I enjoyed listening to Fifty Shades of Grey, Book 3. Fifty Shades Freed. It brought the book to life even more so when you read and listen at the same time.
None of these books were for me. I only managed to get through and listen to part of book 2, never even listened to book 3. So far fetched and stupid and a waste of my time.
I just did not enjoy this at all and should not have listened to all the hype which made me decide to download
"Good Holiday read"
The Charactors and story developed further from 50 shades Darker, the explicit part of the writing became less obvious and the story of the emotional relationship became more important
Christian Grey because his character development was a lot more intense and he became more and more likable as the story developed
She gave each of the charactors a voice of their own, you could tell who she was playing at which points. She also portrayed the explicit parts without any obvious embarrassement and without making it pornographic.
2 areas: during Anna's unconsciousness, hearing the fly on the wall interactions between Christian and his relatives and near the end when he accepted the future he and Anna were to enter into with a family
Enjoyed that the story line evolved and the books didn't remain just about their bedroom antics. Although the book wasn't a master piece - lots of repletion of phrases - it was a good beach holiday read
"I like this narrator..."
Being able to listen to it when I'm driving, cooking, doing the dishes...!
Christian.Because... he's Christian!
I liked Becca's performance. I thought she got all the characters spot on and, although at first, I thought Christian sounded a bit strange, it soon became apparent that that just wasn't the case. The narration flowed and it didn't once affect the telling of the story in a negative way.
That would be telling! ;-)
if there was someone else narrating
the physical version
the narrator is just irritating
i didn't like the narrator but i loved the physical version
can someone please change the damn narrator...i just listen to the first 2 sentences and had to stop, what a turn off.
This book was read lovely becca made everyone sound how i thought they would sound and i love the story
Really enjoyed this conclusion to the trilogy series, especially enjoyed the ending as It was good to get Christian version of the story and I would now like to get a book with his version of the book. The sex scenes are still what you expect but you become more consumed by the plot. And a good happy ending.
"Very well read"
Mills and Boon with a bit more spice... Very well read and great to listen to.
"1st audio book"
Really enjoyed this audio book, wasn't sure what to expect as I had never listened to an audio book, but I really enjoyed it.
"Suspense Action as good as Grisham"
Fifty shades Freed is more action movie than sex book. It has kidnap, sorrow, laughter and suspense culminating in the most amazing happy ending any fast paced thriller can have. Although it still has a bit of erotica (more vanilla than s&M) it focuses on tying all the lose ends of the first two novels together. Very good book would recommend it to any one. The heroine Anastasia Grey, is the strongest female character that ive read about in a long time, Not at all like the meek Anastasia who fell into christians office in book one...
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