E L James Fifty Shades Freed: Book Three of the Fifty Shades Trilogy

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    Fifty Shades Freed: Book Three of the Fifty Shades Trilogy
    Pachi10

    Pachi10

    03. August 2016 um 22:59

    Im 3. Teil sind Ana und Christian verheiratet. Hochzeitsreise nach Europa mit Rückblick auf die Hochzeit. Eine total übertriebene Szene ist die Oben-ohne Szene am Strand. Für uns Europäer nicht nachvollziehbar, für Amerika so typisch. Prüde und zugeknöpft was die Öffentlichkeit betrifft. Der Rest der Geschichte plätschert irgendwie dahin und ist gesäumt mit Streitereien und Versöhnungsex. Für mich persönlich der schlechteste Teil, obwohl durch den Krimi um Jack Hyde, Action in die Geschichte kommt. Doch das ewige Hin-und-Herr und die ständigen Selbstzweifel von beiden Hauptdarstellern "Verlass' mich nicht..... Liebst Du mich auch wirklich...... Ich kann es nicht glauben.....Sei nicht böse......" ist echt anstrengend und mühsam, genauso wie die noch immer andauernden innern Dialoge mit Anas innerer Göttin. Ebenso mühsam die Geschichte um Mrs. Robinson bzw. um das Verhalten um und mit dieser Frau. Die Geschichte endet mit einer Episode ca. 2,5 Jahre "danach". Und am Ende des Buches hat man noch eine Vorausschau auf das 4. Buch - welches den 1. Teil der Triologie aus Christians Sicht erzählt. Auch dieser Teil ist was die englische Sprache betrifft sehr einfach zu lesen. Da die Autorin immer wieder auf die selben Vokabeln zurück greift und die Sätze einfach gestrickt sind. Zum Englisch üben, wirklich bestens geeignet.

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    Fifty Shades Freed: Book Three of the Fifty Shades Trilogy
    xpurpledawn

    xpurpledawn

    15. May 2015 um 12:19

    In the 3rd and final book of the controversial bestselling trilogy, Ana and Christian are dealing with conventional problems in their new found marriage and scary threats by some mysterious criminal. After the first two books predominantly dealt with hardcore sexual practices, this book shows way more character with a lot more real story being told. It seems like a typical Cinderella’s tale became true for Anastasia Steele. After meeting Christian Grey, the wealthiest of all wealthy and finding out that his feelings for her are true and from invaluable worth, her life suddenly changes. After the wedding she moves in with Christian and spends a wonderful honeymoon with her husband. But as soon as they’re back home, old problems seem to have been waiting for their return. Anastasia is being threatened by her ex-boss; girls from former “relationships” of Christian try to destroy their peace and last but not least their apartment was broken into. I started reading this series because everyone was talking about it as well as everyone was crucifying it. Let’s say I was curious. I like the fact that you, the reader, get a pretty good insight in Christian’s past and the reason why he has become the man he now is. Even if he still tries to hide his worries from Ana she finds a way to deal with the peculiarities of her husband. Even though he still is dominant and quite frightening Ana falls more and more in love with Christian and dares to defend and fight back. All in all I think this book is a nice mixture of the erotic novel it shall be, a typical romance and part wise almost a criminalistics adventure book. I know that a lot of people couldn’t find much sympathy for this trilogy and the topic it mainly deals with. But for an in between novel I found these books quite readable and entertaining. Even though I didn’t have any problems with the author’s style I still can understand the critics. Sometimes the way those typical scenes are being told seems a bit washed out and stereotypical for those kind of novels. Nevertheless this book deserves 3 stars.

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