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Please note: This audiobook contains graphic adult content.

Random House Audio’s recording of Fifty Shades of Grey has been remastered in a new edition. If you've already purchased the audiobook, you can re-download the file from My Library to get the new audio.

Erotic, amusing, and deeply moving, the Fifty Shades Trilogy is a tale that will obsess you, possess you, and stay with you forever.

When literature student Anastasia Steele goes to interview young entrepreneur Christian Grey, she encounters a man who is beautiful, brilliant, and intimidating. The unworldly, innocent Ana is startled to realize she wants this man and, despite his enigmatic reserve, finds she is desperate to get close to him. Unable to resist Ana’s quiet beauty, wit, and independent spirit, Grey admits he wants her, too—but on his own terms.

Shocked yet thrilled by Grey’s singular erotic tastes, Ana hesitates. For all the trappings of his success—multinational businesses, vast wealth, a loving family—Grey is a man tormented by demons and consumed by the need to control. When the couple embarks on a daring, passionately physical affair, Ana discovers Christian Grey’s secrets and explores her own dark desires.

©2011 E L James (P)2012 Random House

Critiques

  • Finalist, GoodReads Choice Awards, Best Romance

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Null! Tout simplement!

Un roman "érotique" pour des desperates housewives... L'histoire presque non-existante, personnages irrealistes et les fameuses scenes erotiques deviennent apres un certain moment repetitives et lassantes... Vraiment, BOF!

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  • Susan
  • 04/05/2012

Fifty Shades of Bad Writing

What would have made Fifty Shades of Grey better?

First, get a better narrator. I never read the book in print. However, listening to Ana and Christian's endless emails, (including dates and times) made me want to pass out from bordom. Further, the constant bickering between Ana's subconsious and her "inner goddes" was annoying, and the writer's overly-generous use the terms "holy cow", "holy s--t", and "oh my" became predictable. I'm no prude, and have read many books with erotic components. However, with the writer's use of the same descriptions over and over again (e.g. "exquisit orgasm"), even the sex scenes became boring. I truely don't understand why this book has received so much hype.

What could E L James have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Take a writing class

Would you be willing to try another one of Becca Battoe’s performances?

No

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    2 out of 5 stars
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  • Private.
  • 02/08/2012

Laughed so hard, I nearly coughed up a lung!!

Is there anything you would change about this book?

I would have Gilbert Gottfried narrate the entire thing. That would really take this craptacular audiobook to the next level - definitely. Seriously folks...I'm not even kidding - watch the clip of him reading selections of this on You Tube. Classic. Absolute claaaaassssssiiiiiicccc.

Would you recommend Fifty Shades of Grey to your friends? Why or why not?

Only to people that can laugh at truly bad work that was meant to be taken seriously. In fact, get them all in a room together with copious amounts of alcohol and blast this audiobook. Make it a drinking game - take a shot every time Anastasia refers to her "inner goddess" or sputters "oh, my!" Take another shot every time creepy Grey "levels his intense (serial killer-like) gaze upon Anastasia". On second thought, don't - everyone will wind up dead from alcohol poisoning.

What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

Let's see, was it Ms. Battoe's mind-numbingly dull and droning Valley Girl-esque delivery? Check. Could it be her even worse leaden vocal rendition of the rich-yet-menacingly-sexy sociopath that is Mr. Grey? Check that too. HIGH-LAR-I-OUS. Best yet, I love the fact that it's told in first person through Anastasia's character. In no time you'll be screaming to be let out of her brain. Help! Hellllppp! Someone get me out of here!!

Was Fifty Shades of Grey worth the listening time?

Only to a very small percentage of the population that enjoys books and films meant to be taken seriously but can be enjoyed for all the wrong reasons. Just when you think Anastasia couldn't possibly be more knuckle-draggingly stupid...she manages to reach a new low. Every single time. Guaranteed! In fact, Anastasia Steel is such a cretin that I often wonder how this character could function in daily society. Oh yeah. She can't. It would all make more sense if her character suffered some kind of brain injury that would preclude her being this naive or possessing such a painful lack of cognitive skills with zero tolerance for self awareness.

Any additional comments?

Folks, this is just a symptom of a much, much bigger problem with the state of extremely successful books and films. Why do we support work that depicts all female leads in today's big hits (I'm looking at YOU, Hunger Games Automaton Catniss and Twilight Boneheaded Bella!) as completely blank maidens in distress that have absolutely no sense of self awareness or willingness to own their own sexuality, much less be completely unable to understand if and why a man finds them attractive, preferring to remain asexual robots until they're felt up or kissed unexpectedly?? Such is the sad state of female leads in books and films. If I didn't laugh, I'd have to give up books and films altogether. If this is considered the only socially acceptable form of porn for mommies, they should have higher standards. We should too.

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  • Global
    1 out of 5 stars
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    1 out of 5 stars
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    1 out of 5 stars
  • Diane
  • 26/05/2012

There's hours of my life I will never get back!

Would you try another book from E L James and/or Becca Battoe?

No. I am all done with this author and narrator. I understand the author wrote fanfiction. It's too bad some publisher picked her over the hundreds of others I have read. This book was not erotic, well written or even interesting. The plot was missing, these characters had no spart and I did not buy the attraction for one minute. The overuse of 'holy', 'inner goddess', 'oh my', 'hot' and 'Christain Grey" made this book more annoying than anything else. Once you sleep with a man, he loses his last name forever. When the main character spends so much time wondering why he picked her, we start to feel the same way because she comes off as boring and unreal. We are supposed to believe that she has never had a relationship by the time she is 22? She lives with the editor of the school newspaper who comes from a wealthy urban family and has remained 'naive'? EL spend some time watching American television and you will realize there is no way thsi person exists.

Would you ever listen to anything by E L James again?

No.

Would you be willing to try another one of Becca Battoe’s performances?

Absolutely NOT. She is horrible and should stand aside to let better performers obtain the job.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Fifty Shades of Grey?

The emails, and the endless talks with her subconvious and inner goddess.

Any additional comments?

I wish I could get my cedit back!

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  • Global
    1 out of 5 stars
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    1 out of 5 stars
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  • Rick
  • 27/06/2012

Should've read the reviews first.

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Nothing.

Would you ever listen to anything by E. L. James again?

Her announcement that she is retiring from writing?

How could the performance have been better?

Stop whining and dropping off on the end of her words like a lazy Valley-girl.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

it taught me to always read reviews first and I enjoyed reading some of the other regretful reviews.

Any additional comments?

I'm sad for all of us.

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  • Global
    1 out of 5 stars
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    2 out of 5 stars
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  • Penny
  • 21/05/2012

Holy Crap minus the Holy

The only emotions this book stirs in me is anger. I can't believe I wasted my credit on this. I am angry that this so called piece of literature was even published. I would have left minus stars if I could have. I feel duped by all the hype surrounding this book. I have seen it on the cover of magazines and on news programs, all with good things to say. Why??? I don't blame the author, I blame the editor and the publisher. Sadly there are more talented authors out there that take literature seriously that can't even get there foot in the door. But this dollar store throw away gets on the New York Times Best Seller list??? You've got to be kidding me. How??

This book is definitely thought provoking. My thoughts aren't what the author had in mind I am sure. First of all you want your readers to believe this is a romance, but in truth its an abusive relationship. Do a little research. Your hero, Christian Grey, 26 year old billionaire, flys a helicopter, is a pretty boy creep and the guy you teach your daughters to stay away from. How many red flags do you have to have? The difference is in real life the flags are much harder to see. This one comes with a contract, that is painfully read word for word. Your heroine, Anastasia Steele is 22 an idiot, with a college education, a virgin, no computer, no email address, naive, an American and no vocabulary. Even the names are ridiculous. Steele/Grey. Ridiculous and non believable. My intelligence has been insulted.

I am not even offended by the erotica. I am not a prude. But even that was lacking. Kinda turned me off, not on. Perhaps it was Anastasia's begging.

The narrator wasn't all that bad either. I could tolerate it. She didn't really have great material did she? There is no way to turn a bologna sandwich into a steak. And this is exactly what the author, editor and publisher want you to believe. I wonder how much money they have spent promoting this. Hope it hurts a little, like losing my credit hurt me. Did that sound sadistic? Well Holy Cow, I'm sorry.

I think I will sit down write murmur a thousand times, Oh my! a couple of hundred times. Throw in a couple of long fingers, Call a Vagina, "down there" . add a couple explicit sex scenes and call this publisher. Obviously anyone can write a book, get it published and make a million. Story? Who needs a story?



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  • Thomas
  • 03/06/2012

I can't believe I bought ths

What would have made Fifty Shades of Grey better?

As a long-time (over a decade) Audible listener, I was intrigued when a friend chastised me when I told her that I knew nothing about the “Fifty Shades of Grey” trilogy. Out of curiosity I downloaded and listened. I was sincerely shocked that this is a best seller, that women don’t find this insulting and offensive, that the insertion of soft porn into every 10 pages could make a sophomoric storyline into a best seller (ok, I guess that one is no big surprise). Maybe I’m just annoyed that I didn't think to write this and reap the profits? Who knew?? I obviously think way to much. I have listened to over a thousand books in my travels. Some fantastic, some awful; however, even the awful weren't in the same intellectually shallow category. They might have not been my cup of tea for whatever reason, but I could say I learned something. I guess I could say what I learned here is how far such a large portion of our society has slipped intellectually. Terrorists should be laughing hysterically! They should be doubled over saying "that's hot" and "oh my." They don’t have to plot to destroy our country. We have apparently dumbed down our educational system and expectations to the point of diminishing or possibly no return.

What could E L James have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

No comment

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Makes no difference when there are lines continually repeated like "Oh my" and "that's so hot"

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Anger, sadness, disappointment AND disgust.

Any additional comments?

I am not a prude. If you are going to write something erotic, do it well. This was CRAP.

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  • Global
    3 out of 5 stars
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    3 out of 5 stars
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    3 out of 5 stars
  • Kd
  • 16/05/2012

Really 2.5

Disappointed! Disappointed! It may just be me, but I'm clueless as to why there's so much fuss about this book. I fell for all of the hype and purchased this book. But I could barely finish it, was so happy when it was over, and quickly removed the two sequels from my wish list b/c I don't care what happens next. The only reason I finished it was to find out more about the history of the main male character, the reason for the book title--which I do with all books--and my unflinching hope and belief that the book had to get better. Apparently it didn't. The author repeatedly and without fail refers to female sexual parts as "down there" while also repeatedly referring to sex using the f word; this makes no sense. It felt and sounded like the only dialogue that the main female character included "oh my," hot," "my inner goddes," and "so bossy." She sounded like a very young, immature child doing very adult things and, supposedly, engaged in an adult relationship. That pseudo adult relationship was a one-sided adult experience. I don't know if the immaturity was just the writtend dialogue or the narrator's take on the dialogue or both. I'm leaning towards the latter. But the dialogue is where I put most of the blame when I think of how disappointed I was in the book. It was hard to understand the main male character's attraction to the main female one other than seeing her as a submissive. Considering she sounded like she was 11, his assessment might be understandable. But he confused immaturity with submissiveness. If I never hear another girl refer to anything sexual as "hot" or a female say "oh my" it'll be too soon! To refer to a male sexual dominant as "bossy" seemed dumb and too obvious. Duh! And the same female main character seemed to be unconvincing in her fear and concern about BDSM. The book was too long and not worth all of the hype. The sex scenes are explicit but the language didn't always coincide, so it's difficult to really call it erotica. Though it's certainly past the general romance genre. I don't know. Overall, if I had any idea, if I knew before what I know now, I certainly wouldn't have purchased it. If you can get it free, from a library or something, save your dime, IMO.

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  • Global
    1 out of 5 stars
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    1 out of 5 stars
  • colleen
  • 10/06/2012

one star is too many

I don't know why I bought it. I guess I was compelled by the hype and the promise of over the top tales of .... whatever. I hated it. The characters were STUPID and unconvincing. It was awful. Like awful on top of awful, handcuffed to more awful. I'm not sure who the target audience for this book. I'm going to go sanitize my ear buds. In the future I plan to deny I ever listened to it.

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  • Global
    2 out of 5 stars
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    2 out of 5 stars
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    1 out of 5 stars
  • Teresa Gregory
  • 10/05/2012

Please buy this author a thesaurus (for starters)!

Spoiler Alert! I don't usually read "romances" but I was suckered in by all the hype. I hope they are generally better written.

First point: the vocabulary.

If I had known, I would have kept track of how many times Ana said, "Ooooh, myyyyy!" That seemed to be the only reaction the author could think of.

I told my daughter (who is a book editor) that if they make a movie of this, the audience will miss half the dialog since there was so much of it that was "murmured." There were entire conversations that were murmured.

In my entire life, I had never heard the word "clambered" used that much.

Second point: the attraction.

Ana is attracted to this man, but the only thing she keeps repeating is how stunningly beautiful he is. She's not a gold-digger, but she is so taken by his looks. I can understand a naive young woman (are there really women this naive and innocent?) being flattered by the attentions of a 27-year-old self-made billionaire (is there one of these besides Mark Zuckerberg?), but there doesn't seem to be a lot beyond infatuation.

Third point: the precedent.

I'm not a prude and I'm not a stranger to erotic fiction. I've written some myself. When I finished this book, I thought back over it. This naive young girl was lured into a world that she knew nothing about by a dashingly handsome man. He flattered her and cajoled her. The book romanticizes a jealous possessive stalker who abused her physically and mentally, and who convinced her that she wanted it. He never told her he loved her because he didn't.

I thought about all the young women who would read this book, and fall in love with Christian Grey. Domestic violence is on the rise in this country. I have known a few victims of it, and I know how difficult it is for them to leave the abuser because "he loves me." I worry that naive young women who find themselves in abusive relationships will be more tolerant because they will think it's okay after reading this book.

Fourth point: the narrator.

She was equal to the quality of the writing.

I will not be downloading the sequels.

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  • Global
    1 out of 5 stars
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    2 out of 5 stars
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    1 out of 5 stars
  • Amazon Customer
  • 05/05/2012

I regret downloading this book!!!

Any additional comments?

This has to be one of the worst books I've ever listened to. I couldn't even listen to the whole thing. A lot of the reviewers complained about the narrator, but I couldn't stomach the story itself. I didn't realize it was basically a porno and not even well written porn at that. The author needs to come up with some other lines instead of repeatedly using the same ones such as "I peeked at him through my lashes". Is that even possible?! I wish I hadn't wasted my time or money!

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    1 out of 5 stars
  • henrietta2204
  • 08/07/2012

50 shades of Holy Shit!

This must be one of the worst books I have ever listened to read by the most annoying narrator. Her whinging whiny voice drove me up the wall. The story itself is so unbelievable (21 year old virgin meets 27 (!!) year old multi-millionaire who introduces her to the room of pain where he can have his wicked way with her), the language so bad (every second word seems to be "Holy Shit", "Holy F***", "Holy Crap") that it was a real endurance to finish the book. I am not sure why there is such a hype about it. On the bright side: if you want to know what this book is all about, you can fast forward every second half of a chapter - and you still get the story.

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  • Global
    2 out of 5 stars
  • Dr. Nold
  • 07/07/2012

Leider überhaupt kein Hörgenuss

Einmal ganz abgesehen von den tatsächlich unglaubwürdigen Protagonisten und dem höchst flachen Inhalt frage ich mich, wie man diese Art des Vortrages ertragen kann. Becca Bettoe's Stimme nervt von der ersten Minute an, sie macht Pausen an den unmöglichsten Stellen, betont sinnlos und nach dem 3 "oh my" musste ich leider aufhören, meine Zeit weiter damit zu vertun. Das lenkt nicht einmal vom Bügeln ab und im Gegensatz zu manchen andern Kritikern möchte ich mich gar nicht erst daran gewöhnen.
Schade eigentlich. Es gibt RICHTIG gute Bücher, und hervorragende Sprecherinnen wie z.B. Juliet Stevenson, da ist das Zuhören der reine Genuss.

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  • Global
    3 out of 5 stars
  • C007
  • 10/07/2012

Trivialroman

Als ich in die Pubertät kam habe ich solche Bücher gelesen und davon war wahrlich keiner ein Bestseller! Seit meiner Pubertät habe ich auch nie wieder solche Trivialromane angefasst, denn man möchte ja beim Lesen auch ein wenig gefordert werden. Insofern war ich zunächst überrascht, dass dieser so großartig angekündigte Roman eben auch nichts anderes ist, aber aus Sentimentalitätsgründen habe ich mir das Buch dann doch fertig angehört...naja und auch ein wenig fürs Kopfkino ;-) Schade, dass sich wirklich kein Autor/keine Autorin einmal weg traut von den üblichen Romance-Klischees… das ist wie Werbung nur mit schönen schlanken Menschen…man bekommt ja den Eindruck als hätten nur Menschen in den 20ern geilen Sex!
Die Sprecherin ist allerdings wirklich eine Katastrophe und kaum zum Aushalten. Fazit: nicht zu viel erwarten, ist reinste Entspannung fürs Gehirn.

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  • Global
    5 out of 5 stars
  • Rebekkah Rausch
  • 27/06/2012

nichts für's Hirn, aber für "Bauch" und Herz

Diese erotische Liebesgeschichte mit BDSM Elementen hat wenig "Story": Das Motiv ist ein bekanntes (dunkler geheimnisvoller Mann + naives Mädchen), leicht gewürzt durch die SM Szenen. Dafür werden alle Arten von Gefühlen minutiös beschrieben. Letztendlich habe ich dadurch sehr mitgefiebert, obwohl eigentlich gar nicht so viel passiert.

Die Sätze sind kurz und flapsig formuliert, eben wie man spricht, weshalb sich das Buch meiner Meinung nach sehr gut zur Hörbuchumsetzung eignet. Gerade am Anfang übertreibt es Sprecherin Becca Battoe etwas, so dass die Heldin Ana sehr übertrieben und begriffsstutzig rüberkommt ("Oh my"). Gegen Ende lässt das entweder nach - oder ich habe mich daran gewöhnt.
Ich habe das Buch an zwei Tagen durchgehört - und das, obwohl "Romance" nicht zu meinen Interessensgebieten gehört.

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  • Global
    3 out of 5 stars
  • karani-n
  • 19/09/2012

vielleicht zum Englischlernen - für Männer??

Lesen auf Deutsch - das käme mir wohl nur in ganz schlimmen Zeiten in den Sinn. Deutsch Hören? Wohl auch eine Katastrophe. Lesen auf Englisch - nein, da gäbe es wirklich besseres. Und die allseits genannten Wiederholungen fielen auf. Aber hören auf Englisch vor dem Einschlafen (nicht allzu lang) ist erträglich und ab und zu auch bei niedrigem Hormonspiegel noch leicht herzschlagerhöhend. (Man(n) kann trotzdem schlafen....)

Fazit: ich habe es geladen, weil ich's kostenlos bekommen habe und neugierig war. Bezahlen würde ich wohl nicht dafür, und ab und zu frage ich mich, wann es endlich zu Ende ist. Sonderlich herausfordernd ist das Englisch nicht. Die Sprecherstimme eine Katastrophe, an die man sich erst gewöhnen muss und sich anfangs fragt, ob für das prüde Amerika absichtlich eine derart abtörnende Stimme gewählt wurde. Aber, ein bischen passt es auch zum Character der Darstellerin. Wenn Sie einen Mann spricht und versucht, eine tiefe Stimme zu vermitteln, ist das aber auch nach Stunden noch mehr als schräg. Man braucht eine Weile um zu merken, wann sie, und wann jemand anders sprechen soll...

Also: zum Verschenken des nicht ganz abzustreitenden erotischen Inhalts wegen in der englischsprachigen Version ganz nett, aber definitiv laaaangwierig.

Ach ja, hätte ich fast vergessen: Der Inhalt: hier versucht jemand für den Normalbürger eine irre verboten heiße weissichwas Story zu bringen. Wie das herüber gebracht wird, ist aber typisch amerikanisch - soft, mit ständigen Entschuldigungen. Selbst der prüdeste Leser könnte sich wohl entschuldigen. Vor allem aber die Autorin. Ach, die ist aus England und gar nicht aus den USA? Oje ...

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    1 out of 5 stars
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    1 out of 5 stars
  • Cornelia
  • 05/08/2016

Sprecherin nicht zu ertragen...

Nach 12 Minuten Hören habe ich aufgegeben... Die Sprecherin liest affektiert und unglaublich anstrengend. Für den männlichen Charakter senkt sie die Stimme unrealistisch. Aufgrund des kurzen Hörerlebnisses kann ich die Geschichte kaum bewerten, bisher wirkte sie recht klischeebeladen. Schade.

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  • Global
    3 out of 5 stars
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    1 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
  • Lilly
  • 10/09/2015

Leider schlechte Sprecherin

Was hat Ihnen am meisten an Fifty Shades of Grey gefallen? Was am wenigsten?

Leider kann ich der englischen Sprecherin nicht länger als 10 min zuhören. Vor allem wenn Sie versucht durch ihre Stimme verschiedene Personen zu verkörpern. Entweder die deutsche Version anhören oder die englische selbst lesen. Wenn man es unbedingt auf englisch hören will kann man die Sicht von Christen auf englisch hören. Dieses Buch ist doch viel Besser geschrieben und der Leser macht seine Sache richtig gut.

Was mochten Sie nicht am Vortrag von Becca Battoe?

Ihre Stimme, ist für mich nicht ansprechend meiner Meinung nach tut sie sich schwer mehre Personen zu verkörpern.

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  • Global
    1 out of 5 stars
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    1 out of 5 stars
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    1 out of 5 stars
  • Emily
  • 10/02/2015

Worst narrator ever!

Würden Sie es noch mal mit einem anderen Hörbuch mit Becca Battoe versuchen?

Never ever ever ever.

Was wäre für andere Hörer sonst noch hilfreich zu wissen, um das Hörbuch richtig einschätzen zu können?

I have only listened to 5 minutes so far, so please ignore my rating for the story part. I was just so appalled by Becca Battoe's insanely annoying narration that I had to share it. How on earth did she get that job? She's absolutely ruining this for me unfortunately!

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  • Global
    1 out of 5 stars
  • Annika
  • 09/10/2012

Keine Richtige Story

Als ich das Hörbuch gekauft habe war mir klar, dass es versaut ist, aber ich habe trotzdem mit einer vernünftigen Geschichte gerechnet. Diese fehlt allerdings fast komplett und auch die Hauptcharaktere sind... unglaubhaft gewählt. Es geht nur um Sex und mir persönlich ist das für ein Buch zuwenig. Meine Freundinnen lieben dieses Buch, ich nicht. Es stört auch leicht, dass Bacca Battoe die Stimme von Christian sehr seltsam klingen lässt, aber gut sie ist eine Frau mit einer dementsprechenden Frauenstimme.

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  • Global
    5 out of 5 stars
  • Rolf
  • 10/08/2012

BDSM mal etwas tiefgründiger!!

Es war einmal...
Nun so fangen meistens Märchen an, aber das mit BDSM zu verbinden?
Kommt erst mal etwas leicht daher - aber für mich als DOM aus der Sicht einer Frau zu hören und auch zu lesen sehr interessant! Mann! muss eben zwischen den Zeilen lesen und hören! Ich kann nur sagen: Es geht nicht um den Sex oder BDSM sondern um die Beziehung zwischen zwei Menschen...
Sehr tiefgründig und im Hörbuch in deutscher Sprache einfach genial gelesen!
Warte sehnsüchtig auf die anderen Teile ... Habe alles Anderere schon im Original gelesen! Super!!

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