Critics have slammed the new addition to E. L. James credits, “Grey.” The new novel remains strictly for fans. The psychopath, insecure, obsessive, Christian’s side of story was best left unsaid. On Thursday, June 18, “Fifty Shades of Grey” author E L James released her latest novel,” Grey”, erotica told through BDSM obsessed Christian Grey.
The novel which covers Christian’s perspective over everything has rather negative comments. You will realize as you read through it that the story has Grey as sexual predator and should be ended up in jail and if not, then you yourself will call the police. This novel has everything that the “Fifty Shades of Grey” trilogy had, but it is from Christian’s point of view and is just creepier.
According to a review by The Guardian, “The first book was a rather fun and fairly mild portrait of a woman’s sexual fantasy. Yet it is almost impossible to read Grey and not assume the narrator is going to end up in jail.”
According to the review by The Telegraph, “Creepy doesn’t even begin to cover it.”
The novel not only has Ana’s cheeks flush pink an awful lot of time but also, she has managed to make Christian feel ten feet tall. Word to word narration of Christian Grey isn’t just bad writing but also the way in which the last chapters tries and gain sympathy for Christian Grey is horrible.
The 557-page book has so many lines which will make you feel, ‘Wait, What, Why? Eww!’
1. Her cheeks are coloring their familiar rosy pink, like her ass last night.
2. There’s not a mark on her. The thought is unsettling.
3. I could tease and torture her until she begged for release … the images make my jeans even tighter.
4. My hand glides down her ass to the blue string and I tug out the tampon.
5. People like me like inflicting pain … I am used to making women cry – it’s what I do.
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