EL James announces 'Darker,' 'Fifty Shades Darker' from Christian's perspective

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Once again, EL James is letting Christian Grey speak for himself. I do hope you enjoy it.

Arrow publisher and James" UK editor Selina Walker said Christian Grey is "one of the most conflicted and charismatic heroes of modern fiction, and this new book is full of surprises.

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Darker is a retelling of the Fifty Shades Darker story from Christian Grey's perspective - something Fifty Shades fans have been wanting for a long time!

She then added a statement, which reads: "The inside of Christian's head is a pretty daunting place to be. Finally, it's always a joy to work with the great team at Vintage". Now, Grey is getting a sequel. "Writing Darker offered me new insights into his character and motivations, and I hope readers find those insights as compelling as I did". The excerpt detailed Christian's thoughts as he sat in the auto and waited for Ana to get off work.

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In an analysis of the first book (and subsequent film), researchers said the relationship was based on intimate partner violence, meaning emotional abuse and coercion were present in every single interaction between Ana and Christian. "Fans of the series will have much to discover and even more to discuss".

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