Fifty Shades Darker

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Fifty Shades Darker is the final book in the adult erotica trilogy Fifty Shades written by E.L. James. This book is intended for mature audiences.  

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  • Steven Roberts
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "I really don't like writing bad reviews. I admire people who have the courage to put pen to paper and expose themselves to the whole world, especially those writing erotica. Having just finished this book, however, I feel compelled to write a review."
  • Kenneth Coleman
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "I enjoy erotica and heard so much about this book that I had to give it a shot, but I'm five chapters in and just can't take it anymore. This has to be the most appallingly atrocious writing I've ever seen in a major release. The pseudonymous British author sets the action (such as it is) in Washington State... for no reason than that her knowledge of America apparently consists of what she read in "Twilight"... but the entire first-person narrative is filled with Britishisms. How many American college students do you know who talk about "prams," "ringing" someone on the phone, or choosing a "smart rucksack" to take "on holiday"? And the author's geography sounds like she put together a jigsaw puzzle of the Pacific Northwest while drunk and ended up with several pieces in the wrong place. "
  • Harold McDonald
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "It wasn't as dark or dirty as the previous book. There was too much focus on the non sexy scenes, and he beat her up rather than punished her."
  • David Castro
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "This is one of the most popular recent romance novels. It revolves around a young woman falling for the dark and passionate rich man, which is exactly what I'm looking for here. This is one of a series, so I might prefer to see the first book recommended to me instead of a sequel."
  • Lucy Liu
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "This is terribly written erotica. Fifty Shades Darker really feel as if it was written by a teenager and is basically unreadable. I'm not sure why it's so popular. "
  • Jesse Franklin
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "This is a romance book with a very serious tone and story line. It involves adult erotica in a trilogy."
  • Aurora Zepeda
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "Fifty Shades Darker is the last entry in the Fifty Shades trilogy. There are much better options for erotica and romance novels than this, though."
  • Frank Schmidt
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "the so called global phenomenon that is fifty shades, erotic, sensual, and full of suspense. If you have not heard of this series, you have not been paying attention to the mainstream media, and it is worth checking out. If you have, you know what to expect"
  • Willie Gutierrez
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "This is based on the same premise as Fifty Shades. It is will everybody feeling good. It hits the same spots and interests as the predecessor in new fashion."
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  • Beatriz Barragán
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "I honestly don't see what the fuss is about this book series. Terrible writing. You can tell it was written by an antsy 50 year old woman. "
  • Edward Barnes
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "Fifty Shades Darker is a great book I enjoyed very much. The author captures the intensity of a new romance quite skillfully. In this book, the flame between Anastasia and Christian is undeniable - a romance for the ages."
  • Felipe Durán
    Written on May 18, 2018
    "About half way through the book, I looked up the author to see if she was a teenager. I really did because the characters are out of a 16 year old's fantasy. The main male character is a billionaire (not a millionaire but a billionaire) who speaks fluent French, is basically a concert level pianist, is a fully trained pilot, is athletic, drop dead gorgeous, tall, built perfectly with an enormous penis, and the best lover on the planet. In addition, he's not only self made but is using his money to combat world hunger. Oh yeah, and all of this at the ripe old age of 26! And on top of that, he's never working. Every second is spent having sex or texting and emailing the female character. His billions seem to have just come about by magic. It seriously feels like 2 teenage girls got together and decided to create their "dream man" and came up with Christian Grey."
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  • Wei Lai
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "Fifty Shades Darker is not "fine literature" by any stretch of the imagination, but it's a worthy follow-up to the breakout hit. The only problem is that it's not as good as the movie. So maybe read it first!"
  • Maria Aguilar
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "apart from the adult erotic portion from the book it feel good to know about the intent characteristic behaves. "
  • Kenneth Stone
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "This book is not for me. A friend of ours gave it to my wife to read, and being a lover of books I decided to give it a try. It is very poorly written and the situations don't make sense."
  • Brandon Gardner
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "I enjoy erotica and heard so much about this book that I had to give it a shot, but I'm five chapters in and just can't take it anymore. This has to be the most appallingly atrocious writing I've ever seen in a major release. The pseudonymous British author sets the action (such as it is) in Washington State... for no reason than that her knowledge of America apparently consists of what she read in "Twilight"... but the entire first-person narrative is filled with Britishisms. How many American college students do you know who talk about "prams," "ringing" someone on the phone, or choosing a "smart rucksack" to take "on holiday"? And the author's geography sounds like she put together a jigsaw puzzle of the Pacific Northwest while drunk and ended up with several pieces in the wrong place."
  • Cheng Gu
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "About half way through the book, I looked up the author to see if she was a teenager. I really did because the characters are out of a 16 year old's fantasy. The main male character is a billionaire (not a millionaire but a billionaire) who speaks fluent French, is basically a concert level pianist, is a fully trained pilot, is athletic, drop dead gorgeous, tall, built perfectly with an enormous penis, and the best lover on the planet. In addition, he's not only self made but is using his money to combat world hunger. Oh yeah, and all of this at the ripe old age of 26! And on top of that, he's never working. Every second is spent having sex or texting and emailing the female character. His billions seem to have just come about by magic. It seriously feels like 2 teenage girls got together and decided to create their "dream man" and came up with Christian Grey. Then come the sex scenes. The first one is tolerable but as she goes on, they become so unbelievable that it becomes more laughable than erotic. She orgasms at the drop of a hat. He says her name and she orgasms. He simply touches her and she orgasms. It seems that she's climaxing on every page."
  • Jerry Richards
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "Romance and sexual fantasy have always dominated the imagination of many writers throughout the history. Fifty Shades Darker is no exception and a validation of our deep sexual fantasies that every man possess and wishes to try sometime in their life. The eccentric billionaire character Christian Grey developed by E.L. James, to some extent represent the very inner and somewhat dark fantasies of our sexual imagined world. By reading the book, one can get deeply immersed in his aroused feelings and get a sense of what it means to indulge with them and use them to the fullest extent for satisfaction. This book opened me to new aspects of this side of life and reflect on it in a very unique and mesmerizing way"
  • Michael Bishop
    Written on May 17, 2018
    "Sooo...after much trepidation, I finally decided to try the FSOG series. I did watch the first two films, beforehand, and recently, the third, before finishing the first book. I was frankly surprised that there is an actual story there--and a pretty good one, too. I really enjoyed this one, and look forward to finishing the series. My only complaint is how some words get overused. A thesaurus would be a great investment for the author."
    Russell Gutierrez
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "I enjoy books with alpha males who do not share their women as much as the next person (maybe more!), but Fifty Shades Darker, the second book of the Fifty Shades Trilogy, is tough to get through. It's just so ridiculously unrealistic, and I found myself rolling my eyes nearly as much as the characters, who are described performing this action on virtually every third page. I'll look for more believable alpha males elsewhere."
    Paul Porter
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "The third book was never planned at first and it came out after the popularity of the first two books. Therefore, it is considered to be unorganized with a terrible story. Still, the fans of Fifty Shades books will love it but the book did not make the effect like the first book did."
  • Roy Russell
    Written on May 20, 2018
    "This is a good solution because it is popular for women. It is a bestselling book and has a lot of good reviews."
  • Christina Richards
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "Fifty Shades Darker is the final book in the adult erotica trilogy Fifty Shades written by E.L. James intended for mature audiences. "
  • Thomas Perkins
    Written on May 15, 2018
    "Proof positive that good writing and a great story is completely unnecessary to sell literally tons of books. Worse, this "book" casts the actual BDSM community into a very poor light. This book depicts actual abuse, even rape, and attempts poorly to dress it up as BDSM. There really are a whole bunch of bored housewives who like the vague idea of what they think kinky sex would be, but don't want an actual tale of something realistic. I couldn't make it through this book, but I keep it around as sort of a warning sign for any women I date. If they spot it on my shelf and start gushing, I know to move on immediately."
  • Christopher Burton
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "I enjoy erotica and heard so much about this book that I had to give it a shot, but I'm five chapters in and just can't take it anymore. This has to be the most appallingly atrocious writing I've ever seen in a major release. The pseudonymous British author sets the action (such as it is) in Washington State... for no reason than that her knowledge of America apparently consists of what she read in "Twilight"... but the entire first-person narrative is filled with Britishisms. How many American college students do you know who talk about "prams," "ringing" someone on the phone, or choosing a "smart rucksack" to take "on holiday"? And the author's geography sounds like she put together a jigsaw puzzle of the Pacific Northwest while drunk and ended up with several pieces in the wrong place."
    Jeremy Bryant
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "I love this solution. I was really lonely one night and needed to snuggle in with a sexy book. Fifty shades darker had me so turned on I couldn't sleep!"
  • Kathy Gibson
    Written on May 12, 2018
    "Very unoriginal storyline with extremely mediocre writing! Definitely is not the best romance book with dominating alpha heroes. The book just had excessive repetitive sex scenes with our female heroine who has had no previous relationship or sexual history. I expected it to be sexy to the point of scandalous, but the book was not romantic at all! "
  • Diane Soto
    Written on May 21, 2018
    "I read this book after I had read the first because everyone was recommending me to read the series. I have to admit that the first book from Fifty Shades of Grey series was better written and was more interesting. I will say Fifty Shades Darker is good, but not the best."
  • Mildred Bailey
    Written on May 14, 2018
    "it was an interested novel to read"
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