SEE THE WORLD OF FIFTY SHADES OF GREY ANEW THROUGH THE EYES OF CHRISTIAN GREY FROM THE 125 MILLION COPY BESTSELLING AUTHOR, E L JAMES.
After twenty-five years working in TV, E L James decided to pursue her childhood dream, and set out to write stories that readers would fall in love with. The result was the sensuous romance Fifty Shades of Grey and its two sequels, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed, a trilogy that went on to sell more than 125 million copies worldwide in 52 languages. In 2012 E L James was named one of Barbara Walters s Ten Most Fascinating People of the Year, one of Time magazine s Most Influential People in the World, and Publishers Weekly s Person of the Year. Fifty Shades of Grey stayed on the New York Times Best Seller List for 133 consecutive weeks, and in 2015 the film adaptation on which James worked as producer - broke box-office records all over the world for Universal Pictures. E L James lives in West London with her husband, the novelist and screenwriter Niall Leonard, and their two sons. She continues to write novels while acting as producer on the upcoming movie versions of Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed.
"Christian Grey's candid narrative gives the familiar story a raw,
passionate and much sexier context ... the Ana that Christian Grey
sees: sexy, seductive, witty and in his own words "a siren". She
displays a compelling blend of vulnerability and backbone and
finally feels like a character women can get behind ... Best of all
the book allows readers direct access to Christian Grey's deepest,
darkest thoughts ... It is fascinating to read the story with fresh
eyes too, having glimpsed Christian's traumatic childhood and
gained an understanding of his motivations. More realistic and far
racier than anything EL James has written before, Grey was
definitely worth the wait. Frankly it gives the first three books a
much-deserved spanking." * Daily Express *
"I love, love, loved it!" -- Liz Jones * The Mail on Sunday *
"This new book, as with the trilogy and the movie, puts women's sexual desires out into the open, which can only be a good thing." -- Liz Jones * The Mail on Sunday *