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Fifty Shades Trilogy Boxed Set | Paperback

Released on 12 June 2012

Author: E. L. James | Format: Paperback

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When literature student Anastasia Steele interviews successful entrepreneur Christian Grey, she finds him very attractive and deeply intimidating. Unworldly and innocent, Ana is shocked to find she wants this man, and excited when she realises that Christian wants her too.

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 Average rating (7 reviews)

 Brillant Read

| | See all XTheDemonX's reviews (1)

Didn't take me long to get fixated on these wonderful set of books, they may not be for everyone BUT considering this was the writers first set of books and to outsell worldwide that has got to mean something..

Since starting I haven't been able to put it down and for the price no complaints here!

 Awful set of books!

| | See all Shanx3's reviews (6)

These books are definitely the worse books I have ever read in my life. How they were even published I will never know. Honestly, I have read children's books that are written better than these.

The characters are boring and stereotypical, and I don't think many people would have cared if they had both been killed off in a car accident. All three books scream Twilight Rip-off and I'm really surprised the author has not been sued yet.

If you are looking for a trashy romance novel, this is not it. You would be better off spending your money on toilet paper. I am so ashamed I read these books and helped them sell out Harry Potter because they are not even half as good. I really do not understand the hype about these books.

The continued use of phrases such as 'oh my' or 'holy cow', and her ability to climax simply by hearing Mr Grey's oh-so-wonderful voice is just depressing. If you go over to Amazon and read some of the negative reviews, even they are written better than these books and are a lot more enjoyable.

To sum up, the books are repetitive and boring. Do not buy if you enjoy decent, well written books.

Ps. These books are undeserving of a one star.

 Loved them

| | See all Chantal1986's reviews (1)

So sad these books finished!! I truly loved the three books. Such a unique love story and love the way the characters evolve.

 brill!!

| | See all Von123's reviews (1)

fantastic set ov books well done E.L.James, not normally into romance novels but a really enjoyable read, a fantastic story line putting the eroticness aside, would recomend this read to others.

 not so bad......

| | See all Malborkgirl's reviews (4)

This book is not about real life and real people... the people are beautiful - no extra weight around hips and belly, no scars... no bad breaths in the morning... those people are perfect and their love story is as perfect as it can be... perfect 'first time'- a "perfect orgasm" everything so perfect....
The book is not so bad if you put a side the 80% of sex - a perfect one- "of course"- you will find a story about two people who are trying to fight their own daemons and who will do anything to not loose the love and themselves.

AuthorE. L. James
PublisherCornerstone (GB)
Year2012
ISBN9780099580577
FormatPaperback