The Fifty Shades Trilogy…
“Fifty Shades of Grey is a 2011 erotic novel by British author E. L. James. Set largely in Seattle, it is the first instalment in a trilogy that traces the deepening relationship between a college graduate, Anastasia Steele, and a young business magnate, Christian Grey. It is notable for its explicitly erotic scenes featuring elements of sexual practices involving bondage/discipline, dominance/submission, sadism/masochism (BDSM).
The second and third volumes are titled Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed, respectively.“
They say it’s like Twilight, with porn. That actually, it originated as a piece of fanfic based on the Twilight series. I get one point why they relate it to that, because Edward Cullen = Christian Grey, rich, beautiful and got this shady secret.
Fifty Shades mostly is very appealing to women because of the love story that it portrays– not because it somehow fulfills the erotic fantasy, but it sweeps us off our feet. That somehow chivalry is still alive in every guy despite how psychotic he is and that for guys, that even though they try not to get serious in every relationship there would be that girl that would make them face the world in a different perspective. I get it why women of 20 y.o. and above buy the book, but those that are like 14 or something actually do read them as well which is I think very inappropriate. I mean, what kind of 14-y.o. girl would imagine herself cuffed and flogged? err… I don’t want to know.
Wine and music, by the end of these trilogy you’ll be fascinated that you learn a thing or two about these topics for those with little or no knowledge 😉
If your a hopeless romantic and old enough, I suggest to buy the trilogy which is cheaper than buying it separately because it would really get a hang of you if you stop by book. The books have bits of drama, suspense, and the ideal chic lit. It’s not really all senseless porn. It actually has a story in it, but when you get to the final book you may seem get tired of the porn parts and just have to accept that Christian and Ana just loves making love/f*cking hard. By the end of the last book, the first part of Fifty Shades of Grey is somehow retold but in Christian’s perspective which somehow will make you want to follow it up with another book; same story, his point of view.