Fifty Shades of Grey
E. L. James
Anastasia Steele is a college student more apt to reading her favorite British classic literature, than to living the fast paced dating scene. A moment of serendipity later, however, and she is taking her roommate’s place interviewing the young, debonair, and extremely good looking Mr. Christian Grey. This is the doorway to her wonderland swirl into the erotic introduction of the life of a submissive.
Weighed down with decisions on what she wants to do with her life after graduation, she must also decide if she will sign a contract signing herself over as the property of Mr. Grey.
Though many people have raved over the new erotica trilogy, I found it to be mediocre at best. The dialogue is a bit below par and the characters are somewhat flat. However, James does an excellent job with her minute details of the alternative sex life of BDSM.
Review by Stacey Cook