Review - Grey

Grey (Fifty Shades, #4)Grey by E.L. James

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Final Score - 4 Stars

Okay, I've read the ENTIRE Fifty Shades Trilogy and after seeing it from Ana's prospective, its natural that Christian would get a say in how this relationship come to be.

Were there any real changes? Nope, although I there was a nice surprise. Other than that, I found the book ... boring. It was just the same thing from the first three book done over again. No wonder it took me days instead of hours to finish reading. I was procrastinating, and I believe I consciously did so.

The book, to me, was just... alright to me. It was different to see things from his point of view, and getting more insight to what he was thinking during certain parts of the book was nice to read, but challenging to make sense of.

Overall, I can't help but come up with this question - "Was this book really necessary?" Afraid not.

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