Fifty Shades Freed by EL James
“Fifty Shades Freed” is the concluding book of “The Fifty Shades” trilogy.
When Ana Steele first met Christian Grey, she never imagined her life would change so dramatically. Ana always knew that her life with Christian would never be easy but neither of them thought the challenge would be quite so difficult. It seems that even with love and wealth, there are still misfortunes that they must overcome to make the relationship work. Ana has to learn to share Christian’s luxurious lifestyle without losing her independence, to become the person she wants to be. Meanwhile Christian must learn to overcome his obsession to control and finally lay the ghosts that haunt him to rest.
So “The Fifty Shades” trilogy has come to an end and I am sorry to say that I was disappointed with the concluding story. I don’t know how I wanted the book to end, whether it ended in tragedy or with their happy ever after. But it just seemed too simple and easy an ending and failed to impress me. Also the style of writing in this book differed to the first two, there were flashbacks in this story and that was not the case with the other stories.
Although I felt that “The Fifty Shades” trilogy didn’t impress me as much as I hoped it would. I still enjoyed sharing the last couple of weeks of my life with the passionate yet troubled couple as they embarked on their bittersweet journey of first love.
I also have to tip my hat to EL James for creating such an phenomenal saga, that had sniggering me like an juvenile or gasping in shock with each page I turned. Either way “The Fifty Shades” saga is an entertaining read, that will have you hooked. Admittedly the writing can a bit lengthy at times but the explosive sex scenes will definitely distract you from that.
One thing I am wondering now that the saga has come to end, will there be another story of Christian Grey and Ana Steele in the future or will we just be left to wonder what if?
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