I was searching random book reviews on Google of the Hunger Games, Divergent and the Percy Jackson Series when I stumbled upon the book review on The Fifty Shades of Grey....
"Fifty Shades of Grey is poorly written, and that too to a surprising degree." says The Great Tribune which I totally agree with. The book is completely a waste of writing to the point most literates would have burnt it and scattered its ashes. But I had the curiosity to read the book again when I saw this comment from The Great Tribune as well:
"What Fifty Shades of Grey has taught me is that I would have to be incredibly handsome, in peak physical condition, a billionaire, a philanthropist, able to fluently speak foreign languages, be trained at flying air-crafts, be the world’s best lover and, on top of all that, be impressively endowed, to attract Ana. Yes, I’d essentially have to be Batman."
I was surprised that I wasn't the only one who had noticed. I tried reading the book, skipping every damn erotic, sex and whatever part that related to thrusting one's erection into someone's behind. And focusing the real idea behind Grey and Steele's relationship. I found it cute. In fact, I was blushing at the thought a very rich, sophisticated and emotionally distant man could give anything or try to change for a girl he loves, even though Grey did not actually show his affection her with love. Somehow this book is not all nonsense, its badly written yes, and the poor characterization of all. But it does have that tinge of romance in there somewhere. And I actually liked it.I await what Hollywood has in store for us in the movie and I hope that they do not disappoint us just like the book. Beyond relief, I'm glad that I came across a very different book of my comfort zone.