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Since the release of Fifty Shades of Grey, E.L. James’ novel has sparked a semi-cultural revolution about the way women view literature. The books’ vivid portrayal of love and passion between the two protagonists has pushed the creative boundaries of its readers.
Fifty Shades Darker PDF continues the odd yet passionate relationship between Christian and Ana. The star-crossed lovers discovered that they cannot live without each other but still cannot understand one another. The two reunited in this sequel filled with passion, love, and a lot of compromise. Christian is as bossy as ever, his domineering ways have put his and Ana’s relationship in a bind. Ana is thrown into a whirlwind of despair because of her relationship with Christian. But Christian makes amends by saying he will change for her.
Christian is reluctant to open himself up to her because of his dark past. The book reveals Christian’s dark and abusive past. Christian was abused as a child, which later formed his domineering character and need for someone to submit to him all the time. This abusive past has shunned him from any kind of meaningful relationship outside of him being the dominant partner, constantly getting what he wants. But his relationship with Ana and the strong feeling he has for him has slowly opened himself up to vulnerability. “I love you” was spoken but it took a while before the book unfolded to this point. The climax of Fifty Shades Darker was the marriage proposal. But everything that happened in-between and up to that moment, was filled with passion in every possible way, shape, form, and room.
The topsy-turvy yet hot relationship of Ana and Christian are the focal points of this sequel. If you are looking for passion and vivid descriptions, this sequel is what you are looking for. Passion displayed in every room, position, and even on desks is a staple in this romance novel. It seems like the change in Christian is only a backdrop to the passion that Ana and Christian show to each other. The slow and gradual transformation displayed by Christian was a tacky add-on. The characters are unlikeable and their actions have no purpose behind them. The gratuitous display of passion may elicit feelings of excitement, but after the repetition of many scenes, it just gets tiring. The writing was unimpressive because of the repetitive words used. This sequel is well-marketed and targeted to its core readers. Outside of the books’ core readers, this sequel to Fifty Shades of Grey is unimpressive and not worth a read.
Written by: E.L. James
Date Published: 2012-04-17