New Fifty Shades Book is unexpectedly ‘creepy’

New Fifty Shades Book is unexpectedly ‘creepy’

Fourth book of Fifty Shades Of Grey series was severely criticized. According to critics, its style of writing is poor, the plot is repetitive and it has ” ‘creepy’ title character.”

Fourth book of Fifty Shades Of Grey series was severely criticized. According to critics, its style of writing is poor, the plot is repetitive and it has ” ‘creepy’ title character.”

On Thursday, fans of famous British writer EL James were able to read new book from the series, called “Grey.” Right after that thousands of reviews poured on the Internet.

Set over within a month, the story was described as “a fresh perspective on the love story that has enthralled millions of readers around the world.” It also the story about the main hero’s battle with “compulsion to control” and “dark sexual desires”.

The story starts with the main character’s nightmare about his childhood before the moment he met Steele.

In the Daily Telegraph, Bryony Gordon gave the book only one star out of five, saying it “is about as sexy as a misery memoir and as arousing as the diary of a sex offender”.

According to Jenny Colgan from The Guardian, the book is “creepy beyond belief”. She also thinks the book is so realistic that she worries about what teenagers will take from it.

One of the nude scenes of the Fifty Shades of Grey

One of the nude scenes of the Fifty Shades of Grey

Instead of lighthearted and repetitive mild S&M, the ‘love affair’ is now the twisted work of an utter psychopath

-she wrote in her review.

The Daily Mirror said “there’s absolutely nothing vanilla about this book”. The Economist said:

Considering such commercial savvy, it is disappointing that the author and her publishers are so bereft of ambition

But fans don’t seem to care about reviews, so the book is expected to be the next best-seller.

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