Why "Fifty Shades Freed" is the best of the trilogy

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Re: Why "Fifty Shades Freed" is the best of the trilogy

Post by Molly Watson » 29 Apr 2018, 17:09

I 100% agree with this. I always used to get backlash from people when I told them I had read the Fifty Shades Trilogy, however those who haven’t read it don’t know just how much of the book is actually about love and finding yourself. The second book is by far my favourite, there is more drama and a deeper form of relationship here that they start to develop from the first book and the beginning of this one. I definitely advise reading this.

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Post by nikkyteewhy » 11 May 2018, 16:12

MissusC2018 wrote:
27 Mar 2018, 18:19
I believe that every book of the trilogy has its pros and cons. I personally found Fifty Shades Darker to be the most enlightening of the trilogy. We know that in the first one Christian tries to fight the issues he has simply because he's starting to have feelings for Anastasia. The second one shows us that even though someone can have deep scarring due to traumatic events in the past, that with the right person they can progress and get past those scars. A lot of people consider only the erotica part of Fifty Shades but I find the story deeper than that to be more exhilarating. Christian went from a broken man who thought he would never find love to a man who was willing to be a husband, father, and Survivor.
I totally agree. I see the story as a message saying anyone can change and that the past, though it scars you, you can move on from it. Christian Grey is indeed a survivor.

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Post by Sh Gl » 23 Oct 2018, 13:57

Hi guys :D
I agree with you.
The third book was the best of the three.
I feel like when you have a strong connection to the characters and you really see the changes they are going through, it makes the book much better.
When a "non-romantic" man become romantic - for me - it's the best part of the book.
when Christian started to change, I was so happy.
We discover more and more about him in the whole series, but in the last book - we got the last parts of the puzzle. BEST FEELING EVER.
without any spoilers, I must say the book is great (and the whole series is in big MUST READ letters for me.)
Thank you for reading,
Books Girl~

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Post by faychem » 21 Nov 2018, 04:35

Fifty shades freed is the best of the trilogy. Ana finally can be her own woman is bolder in her relationship with Christian. It is also the happy ending. Who doesn't love a happy ending..

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Post by Eyeson_me » 05 Dec 2018, 05:08

I love reading every series of the book fifty shades of grey because it shows the other face of a person that someone has. Reading it somehow enlightened me on how to appreciate every essence that it tries to convey. I really enjoy it.

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Post by Samrawit6 » 05 Jan 2019, 17:35

In my opinion the first book is more thrilling than the last. The last gave up the issue that made the book interesting in the first place and it run for the happily ever after.

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Post by nonamer_miss » 13 Jan 2019, 08:39

I like Fifty Shades Darker because it is where Christian truly loved Anastasia. I actually enjoyed the whole trilogy.

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