Meet Fifty Shades Continued Fifty Shades Freed Converted to ebook format Cover UpdatedFifty Shades Freed from Christian s POVGet inside Christian Grey s mind as you read the complete Fifty Shades trilogy retold from his point of view carrying o

  • Title: Meet Fifty Shades Continued - Fifty Shades Freed
  • Author: G.E.Griffin
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  • Page: 153
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  • Converted to ebook format, Cover UpdatedFifty Shades Freed from Christian s POVGet inside Christian Grey s mind, as you read the complete Fifty Shades trilogy retold from his point of view, carrying on where E L James left off at the end of Fifty Shades.

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    1. G.E.Griffin

      There is than one author with this nameGillian Griffin G E Griffin is the author of the renowned Meet Fifty Shades blog, which follows on from where E L James left off at the end of the Fifty Shades Freed, recounting the story from Christian s point of view.

    104 thoughts on “Meet Fifty Shades Continued - Fifty Shades Freed”

    1. I'm pleased overall with the re-write of this trilogy. I enjoy how this author writes Christian, and has become more comfortable injecting her own imaginative scenes. She is still following the originals, but as I mentioned in my review for the second book, the story is far more interesting when the reader is introduced to an entirely unseen moment within the narrative rather than rehashing entire chunks of the story.On the downside, I think the author missed a great opportunity when she glossed [...]




    2. This was just as awful as I remember the original book being. Possibly moreso because rather than just it being kind of second hand Ana's experiences and what she thinks it put us in Christian's mindset and just fucking confirmed how awful of a shit stain excuse for a human he is.Overall did not enjoy it and it just made me want to scream at it even more.I'm probably going to recommend these to everyone who loved the original published fanfiction and thought it was romantic to see if that can he [...]


    3. This was a great finishA happy ending after allwith the two characters enjoying their love, sex, and children. Certainly leaves room for another segment though. I read somewhere in someone's review that such a gentleman would never be transformed in such a miraculous way though. Essentially he was too bent and twistede reviewer was saying. No one can predict someone else's reality. I loved this last Shades book. I am still a romantic but happily I have not lost faith in happy endings!


    4. Christian and Ana's story comes to an endInteresting yet again, but something was missing for me in this book, just can't put my finger on it


    5. Siempre amare a Christian Grey de verdad es hermoso y ver como piensa lo hace mas lindo aun


    6. If you are looking for "Grey," I'm having a FSoG 4 book bundle giveaway that includes "Grey." You'll want to read these fan fic versions as well.To enter to win FSoG trilogy plus "GREY," go here:arethafreakI've read the FSoG trilogy and "Grey."Don't waste money on "Grey." This woman wrote the Christian point of view for all three books a while ago. You won't be getting anything new from EL James. I swear to you that G.E. Griffin has already written the same thing that E.L. James has written in " [...]


    7. I think I have to add an extra half star to this rating!!Well, I had to finish it just so that I can have an ending to the saga I did enjoy hearing Christians thoughts as he often sounded very different to what he was actually feeling. At times I was shaking my head thinking "this guys nearly 30 and he still has the thought patterns of a teenager" which frustrated me, as at times he made sound and mature decisions. Anyway all in all I did enjoy the series. If you have not read the fifty shades b [...]


    8. The second part of Fifty Shades from Christian's POV.I liked how Christian's POV was provided in all those scenarios that took place in this part. It was good to finally understand what was going on in his mind when Hyde tried to get close to Ana, when Leila approached Ana, and the way the entire birthday aspect went down between Elena and Ana.I loved how Grace had a good talk with Christian about all that happened. Yes, I love the Grace character a lot.Good work by the author.


    9. While there are instances when the narrative becomes fast-paced and exciting, those are few and far in between. Christian sometimes overthinks things - which is fine, really. But there has to be a better way to narrate those moments.


    10. This was inside the head of Christian and it was written from his pov. Although this wasn't written by EL James, this is totally believable and I thinks if EL James wrote his POV it would not stray too far from these books. I enjoyed them.



    11. ♥ Ma chronique de "Meet Fifty Shades" Tome 1, 2 et 3 par G E Griffin​ est disponible sur le blog : bookymary/2015/05/ ♥



    12. i want to read these books but when i click on the buy copy button amazon just says it has nothing that matches this description? any ideas where i can get a copy?


    13. I absolutely loved the rewrite of the series and this last book did not fail. I loved the feels that Christian has and his insight on everything





    14. I liked it. So engaging. Christian has a sense of humor who knew. yes he is fifty shades and he knows it. and still holds it together mostly. I really enjoyed this book


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