Fifty Shades Freed By E L James

Genre: Thriller, Dark Romance, Sex, Fiction
Published: 2012
Date Read: 12th August 2012
Overall Rating: 3.5/5

Fifty Shades Freed is the third book of the trilogy by E L James. The book consists of a story divided in three parts. Previous parts are Fifty Shades of Grey and Fifty Shades Darker. The story is about a rich business tycoon who has a past of sadist sex life and loves the control over everything around him and a young innocent girl who falls in love with this man.
Summary:
 Ana and Christian get married to each other and start living their almost perfect lives together. But Christian’s past does not leave them so easily. They are enjoying a wonderful honeymoon when they come to know that the server room of their home was set on fire. Christian’s concern for his wife’s safety and Ana’s continuous denial to do what she is told makes him very angry but they keep on being together due to their unimaginable love for each other. With lots of ups and down and ravishing sex the story continues until one day Ana comes to know that she is pregnant. Grey is furious and after a serious fight he apparently goes to meet Mrs Robinson. 
Meanwhile Jack, Ana’s previous boss kidnaps Mia and in event of saving her, Ana gets hurt. Seeing his wife hurt, Grey fills with utmost care, love and compassion for her. They start talking to each other. Christian accepts the baby and also confides every detail of his past with Ana.
My Views: 
The novel is an extension of the previous two books and is nothing more in real. Half of the book gets over before anything exciting or worth noticing happens. We have to read this book just because we can’t leave a story incomplete. The thrill part could have been increased. The car chase, the kidnapping, the fire in the house were interesting and could have been extended a bit. Encounter with jack was over in a blink of the eye.
The animated character Ana’s “inner goddess” was also silent in the book. Replacing her role was ‘blip’ which made the end a bit smiling. 
Conclusion:
Overall a decent read, addictive not because of this book but because of the previous parts.
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