|Lighter Shades of Grey: A (very) Critical Reader’s Guide to "Fifty Shades of Grey"|
eBook by Cassandra Parkin
"You invest in manufacturing. Why, specifically?”
“I like to build things.”
As of the time of writing, more than ten million copies of E L James’ “Fifty Shades of Grey” have been sold worldwide. Whether you find this notion inspiring or terrifying, there’s no escaping the fact that, as literary events go, “Fifty Shades of Grey” is at least...significant. And books that are...significant...deserve to be subjected to thorough critical and textual analysis. By taking it apart into teeny tiny small pieces and put those pieces under a spiteful and mean-spirited microscope, we may all just learn something about the elusive nature of the bestseller,
"Lighter Shades of Grey is a hoot! Was banned from reading it in bed - too noisy!" — quote from reader and author Avis Hickman-Gibb.
“Lighter Shades of Grey” is a chapter-by-chapter dissection of “Fifty Shades of Grey”, cataloguing unusual leaps of logic, surprising deductions, exciting exchanges of dialogue, recurrent motifs and stand-out moments, that will allow you to better appreciate / enjoyably ruin for others the “Fifty Shades” experience. It also provides definitive answers to questions such as “How often does Ana say ’oh my’?”, “How often do people’s mouths fall open in surprise?” and “Is Christian Grey a diagnosable psychopath?”
"Got Lighter Shades of Grey last night. I was laughing so hard I nearly woke up my children. Brilliant!" — Lucretia Murphy (@lucretiamurphy) on Twitter.
Building on the viral hit blog-entry, “Fifty Things That Annoy Me About Fifty Shades Of Grey”, “Lighter Shades of Grey” is the perfect snarky companion to this year’s most inexplicable blockbuster.
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