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

  • Title: Meet Fifty Shades Continued - Fifty Shades Darker
  • Author: G.E.Griffin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 313
  • Format: ebook
  • Converted to ebook format, Cover UpdatedFifty Shades Darker 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

    • Meet Fifty Shades Continued - Fifty Shades Darker By G.E.Griffin
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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.

    161 thoughts on “Meet Fifty Shades Continued - Fifty Shades Darker”

    1. If I'm being honest, this book might have deserved 3.5 stars. I rated three because the novelty is wearing off. They aren't bad, I'm just getting bored with them On the up-side, I was pleased with the section detailing the fall of Charlie Tango. Ros was highly amusing and witty; I adore the author's cheeky little opinion expressed through Christian's right hand lady: “Oh come on! Of course everyone is going to gossip. The great swoon-worthy, ridiculously good looking, sex on legs, multi-millio [...]

    2. A nice read. I like seeing the world through Christian's eyes. He is a very confused person. But, a person who loves with his whole heart. He has a lot of issues. but he's getting there. He just needs a little TLC to get him to see himself the why the world sees him. :)

    3. Christian and Ana continuesAna's version of Darker is one of my favourites and Christian's was just ok for me. I related more to Ana and these books are just about a guy telling a story. There's no excitement and no intrigue. Sure, the Charlie Tango and trucker scene were interesting, but that is about that. Will read the next one only to conclude the series

    4. Este libro me ayuda a no despreciar ese lado sádico de Christian, es agradable sabe lo que piensa y sus temores. la escritora sabe muy bien como llevarlo, en ningún momento se sale de lo que haría Christian no es como si de la nada lo convirtiese en un personaje completamente distinto a lo acostumbrado con tal de lograr la aprobación de los lectores.

    5. 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:arethafreakMeh. I'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 [...]

    6. There were no redeeming parts of this that I could actually go "HEY! I LIKE THIS!" Like the last one. Though, I didn't really expect any either. I mean the original fanfic wasn't great, the published wasn't, and this is just eh.Though I *MIGHT* be yelling mostly internally more at this than I do at the book. I mean I know the "source" material for it was shit. And that this is a dive into the theory of what someone thinks might be going on through his head (and honestly, I wouldn't doubt this ki [...]

    7. This book was vastly better than the first one as it had at least been proofread, and the flow between passages was infinitely more fluid. Ana still drove me nuts with her behavior, but it was good to learn the details about the events that made Christian feel about himself as he did. Bottom line, I guess we have to realize that both characters (for two very different reasons)have never been in a relationship, so both are uncertain how to act and have to go through a learning curve. Not to give [...]

    8. The last part of getting to know Christian's POV.So in this part, the author talks about how Christian goes to talk to Flynn about the whole pregnancy thing, but ends with Elena. NO, I AM STILL NOT IN FAVOUR OF THIS. ELENA IS LIKE A NO-GO AREA !!Both the authors, James and Griffin shouldn't have discussed this crap character at all. I hate this particular character from the core of my heart.Lastly, the way Christian opens up to his mom, Grace - I loved it. Overall, good work.

    9. Whoaa, this book was AMAZING!!!! Just pick it up and be ready to fall in love with the new Christian. Favorite parts:(view spoiler)[the moments when he cried for losing Ana and when he found that he was in love with her (hide spoiler)]

    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. Good but I like the second book of the original series better. As I said before, I related to Anastasia more even though reading the story from Christian's point of view was refreshing.

    13. I love being in Christian's mind! All the missing details from Leila thing and Charlie Tanto were wonderfully filled in! Bravo!.

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