50 Shades of Grey PDF

 

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50 Shades Of Grey PDF came out approximately in the year of 2011, immediately taking in a lot of fans, primarily in the young female demographic and the “housewife” demographic to some degree. Roughly the tweens, and some college kids. The book was mainly popular due to its graphic representations of bedroom practices depicted in the novel. The book was notoriously criticized for originating as fan fiction, which is a certain sub area of literature that is kept in low regard by many writers. But surprisingly Erika Leonard James or E.L. James was able to turn a rather unremarkable setting into a million dollar enterprise, due to her narrative skills. But in all its essence, narrative and fandom, Fifty Shades Of Grey is basically a movie in word form. Of course it doesn’t even try to hide that fact since it is listed under erotica.

Fifty Shades Of Grey first began with E.L. James foraying into the world of online fan fiction, where she was able to write a significant amount based on the world of Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight. Eventually her works were edited and turned into a manuscript which eventually evolved into Fifty Shades Of Grey, easily earning her millions of dollars and even outselling Harry Potter ON Amazon making Erika Leonard James Amazon UK’s top selling author.

The story is about a young College Senior name Anastasia “Ana” Steele, a student of Washington State University. Who through a set of unfortunate circumstances involving her friend turning sick, she meets 27 year old Entrepreneur Christian Grey. At first Christian Grey comes off as intimidating due to his success as a young business man, this makes Ana react awkwardly and unfortunately embarrasses herself during the interview, but unfortunately she cannot seem to get rid of Christian Grey out of her mind. She meets him again through her part time job at a hardware shop where she spots him buying rope, cables and masking tape. She remarks on needing a photograph for the interview and he gives her his number. After some time she becomes drunk and drunk dials Christian Grey who picks her up. The two eventually strike up a relationship and Grey brings her to his apartment via Helicopter where he reveals that he is into her. Ana also reveals that she is a virgin so instead she and Grey make love. Eventually their relationship degrades as Ana tries out his lifestyle and realizes it isn’t for her, in fact she leaves Grey in tears.

In all its essence the book isn’t that good, reviews from other sources mark it as either negative or mixed. But essentially its popularity is a product of appealing to a demographic that is suited towards interests in the areas of romantic mystery. But as a book, the plot is shallow, the characters are weak and essentially in all its narrative, bestselling status and popularity, it can’t hide the fact that it is essentially a Twilight fan fiction.

Want more? Try the sequel.