So I just finished reading the book Fifty Shades (fifty shades of grey, fifty shades darker and fifty shades freed) and I must say I love the book!. I purchased it long time ago (iBooks) because I wanted to know what the fuss is all about (most of my friends have the book and it is number 1 on iBooks), even though I already have the book I didn’t start reading until recently (I’m a very fast reader by the way). When I started reading I can’t stop I wanted to know what will happen next. I’m thinking because I have never read anything like it the story is soooo different. Even though most of my friends have the book I actually didn’t ask anybody how’s the book, what’s it all about and I also didn’t read any reviews so I don’t have any expectation whatsoever about it (ohw wait I know something I heard Christian Grey is portrayed as a super hot guy). I’m surprised with the sexual content (as I’ve said i didnt ask anybody how’s the book). I will categorized the book as an erotic novel not a sappy romantic book, I’m thinking if I will remove the sexual content it will be half of the book maybe more hahaha now I’m surprised with someone I know who in my opinion is too young to read such book (and to dwell on it more it is her mother who bought her the books I’m 100% percent sure the mom have no clue about its content). Until now I can’t get over the book I’m really into it (if you haven’t read it and you’re 18 or maybe 20 years old hahaha please read it). I’m a very visual reader whenever I read something I try to play the scene on my mind using my imagination and I don’t know why but I picture Christian Grey as Ryan Gosling if those people in hollywood will make this a movie I hope he’ll play the part. With the sexual content of the book sometimes I have no idea what the heck they’re talking about with all the kinky fu**ery (as the book describes it haha). I really regret that I didn’t start the book when I purchased it initially I’ve wasted some precious time reading other books (you know the usual storyline). Fifty shades is really interesting, amusing, surprising and in some ways educational hahaha I like that the twist and turns are not that heavy still very realistic. I really feel the characters pain and confusion at some parts. I’m writing about it because I can’t really get over the book I’m like re-reading my favorite parts, right now I’m not so sure if I’m happy that I’m a fast reader because I miss my fifty shades already.