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Review: Fifty Shades Freed

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When unworldly student Anastasia Steele first encountered the driven and dazzling young entrepreneur Christian Grey it sparked a sensual affair that changed both of their lives irrevocably. Shocked, intrigued, and, ultimately, repelled by Christian's singular erotic tastes, Ana demands a deeper commitment. Determined to keep her, Christian agrees. Now, Ana and Christian have it all love, passion ... Read full review

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yall should do one more movie about it >

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Love this series but want more!!!!!

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I have a daughter named ana but even I don't have this proper and appropriate book unless disabled gives an identity unlike the previous analagous name affords or affirms.When I need clarity I look at things in a biblical sense.
I have a man named edgwise he gives me a name I cannot replace unless disabled gives an identity unlike the previous analagous name accords or returns in a sense of restoration.When I need clarity I look at things in a biblical sense.
I had a son named jesus.I know not whom he follows only his name.But I have a great book, here;
 

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Amazing ending but makes me want to read more about Anastasia & Christian. When it ended I sat there like come on please let these be a book four because I know that there could be more to their story. Also love the fact that E L James gave a little insight into what Christian was thinking during the first part of book one. Again, really hoping that there will be another book. Even if it is from Christians point of view. Please!!! 

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I admire the author for creating a story that covers a lot of serious issues - drugs, domestic violence, neglect, statutory rape, divorce, early marriage, unplanned pregnancy - without being boring. Also, I don't think the story is in any way offensive or vulgar. The detailed sexual acts serve as a window into the world of a BDSM. Had the author scrimped on the descriptions, specifically for moral and conservative reasons, the book would've lost its charm. Furthermore, I thought a more complex plot would've been wonderful but as I finished reading the book, the author was right in keeping the plot simple and directly connected with the lives of Ana and Christian.
Read and find out. :)
 

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i think it's wonderful , but i think it should be the whole book. my sister told me it's really good i hope to read all of it. samantha kelley 15

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The most amazing book I've ever read. A first for falling in love with a completely fictional character ;) Finished all three books in just about 3 days.

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I fell in love with this book.

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