Okay so here is my review of the book Grey. If you feel that you are missing out cause you did not read Fifty Shades of Grey, no worries because the book Grey is essentially the same book. The only difference is that you see all the initial encounters from Christian's perspective instead of Ms. Steele's. In addition to that you also get a glimpse into his childhood that he rarely addresses in the trilogy to help you further understand the makings of Christian Grey. I know that most people steer clear of this particular set of books (Fifty Shades Trilogy and Grey) due to the explicit sexual content and the subject of BDSM but in actuality, the series has a very good story line and it doesn't dive deep into the world of BDSM. If you can look past that you will find that Grey is simply a book about a successful, wealthy man who becomes attracted to the "girl next door" and how he struggles with the decision to bring her into his world of things or to step out of his comfort zone into her world of "hearts and flowers".
Yorsheika White, Circulation and Cataloging
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