50 shades of grey (Page 2)
XOSWEETPINKRAPTUREXO: Oh, it's ok.Thanks, for the offer though.I spoke to my mother earlier today about the book.I can tell she's coming around in lending me the novel soon.Idk, she couldn't put the first one down.She just has no desire to read the second one. it seems like it dosen't interest her at all.
tkathyjdl: np i was anxious to see what happens too. still loved the story and remember sylvia day she is similar
josh_12: actually kids started flocking to d stores and were seen flippin pages of such type books..supreme court is to decide on fate of book .... anywz....as if ppl are dumb that that de dpnt know its available on internet just a click away....lol
XOSWEETPINKRAPTUREXO: i don't think young kids should get into reading these type of novels are for a 18+
XOSWEETPINKRAPTUREXO: it's too sexual for kids.I wouldn't want my tween to read it.If i had a kid that is lol
josh_12: well one cant resist the temptation.....the more u stop..more one would want.....talking to kids will help sure....and they r very sensible guided well....hope the mickey mouse nd looney toons innocence returns back ...lol
XOSWEETPINKRAPTUREXO: I will have to admit i read it because of all the hype.Xunt I found the first six chapters boring After like the seventh chapter and on is when i couldn't put the novel down.
LivingDeadGirl xx: Ya i wanted to see how it was, i just borrowed it from a friend. You're right, not a lot happened during the first few chapters, but i wasn't interested enough to finish the book. I'm not into romance type novels though, i love thrillers- with a lil romance.
josh_12: well....yes.......market creates a hype......after all content matters and the sales too.......lol........they know a major chunk of population does prefer such genre in subconsious.............i prefer short stories....adventure fiction.........fiction does stimulate our thought process and enables to think in a broad dimension
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