Fifty Shades Of Grey Written by E L James To Download You copy please click here www.5x.co.nz/fifty.php
When literature student Anastasia Steele is drafted to interview the successful young entrepreneur Christian Grey for her campus magazine, she finds him attractive, enigmatic and intimidating. Convinced their meeting went badly, she tries to put Grey out of her mind - until he happens to turn up at the out-of-town hardware store where she works part-time. Erotic, amusing, and deeply moving, the Fifty Shades Trilogy is a tale that will obsess you, possess you, and stay with you forever. I only bought this on Kindle because I was curious to see whether a professional edit made it any better than the original fanfic (which was mediocre at best, and which I abandoned once I realized the plot wasn't original enough for me to suffer through the author's cut-rate writing). Paging through this "published" version makes me more embarrassed for the author than I was when it was in the fanfic domain, and it DEFINITELY made me lose respect for The Writer's Coffee Shop. Most distracting is the schizophrenic voice of the main character, Ana. In one paragraph, Ana's words are so juvenile as to sound like they're coming from a quasi-literate teenager; in the next paragraph she uses uber-literate words like "gamine". Are we supposed to believe that she's naive or sophisticated? Un-selfaware or articulate? Yet, the worst literary crime is the outright misuse of language. Says Ana at one point: "The elevator whisks me with terminal velocity to the twentieth floor." Um...terminal velocity occurs when the downward force of gravity equals the upward force of drag, and it can't be reached by a controlled-speed mechanism that draws an object upward (such as an elevator). Even if the author didn't know this, the editor should have caught it. The problems don't end there. From cliches (without a lick of irony or humor, Ana is described as putting the "pedal to the metal" as she drives), to awkward sentences, to nonsensical metaphors, this work is amateurish at best. There's nothing wrong with being an amateur, but there IS something wrong with trying to take the fast track to the top in the absence of any real mastery. If this author wants to be taken seriously, she should take the time to learn about writing craft and align herself with real editors.
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